"What about Bill?" Trump asks, turning to Bill's team. "How did he do?" Nick says he did well -- "He got it done." Katrina and Amy both offer that Bill did a "great job." He then turns to Carolyn for her take. She says that she thinks that overall, given the limitations under which he was operating, Bill's work was "exceptional." Katrina nods enthusiastically. Trump now asks George about Kwame, and George says that in his opinion, Kwame's work was "exceptional." Heh. Copycat. George sort of disses Carolyn's job somewhat by saying that celebrity golf tournaments are easy, because all you have to do is tell people where to be and they'll be there. Huh? I mean, that would be true if all you had to do was make people stand where they're supposed to stand, but Bill had a much bigger job than that. Carolyn says, "I disagree." George goes on to argue that with celebrities, if the celebrity changes the timing, you have to react and compensate and everything. Carolyn says she completely disagrees with that assessment.
George and Carolyn bicker back and forth a little bit until Trump calls a halt. "Enough of this," he says. "Let's talk about our golf tournament." He asks Team Bill whether Bill did anything wrong. Amy says that Bill has been totally awesome over all the previous tasks, and she felt that he was slightly less awesome in this one. She thinks he didn't "perform at his typical Bill performance." Her reason for this is, unsurprisingly, that she thinks Bill became too frazzled at the tournament. Trump counters that Bill actually looked "pretty cool" to him. "I think that he was not as calm, cool, and collected as he usually is," Amy repeats. Asked for his opinion, Nick cites "some areas of opportunity where he could have improved." Again, he cites remaining calm as something to work on. "He seemed a little ruffled at times," Nick says. He adds that once you've delegated something, you need to trust the people you've asked to take care of it. "You think he's got great potential?" Trump asks, and while Katrina nods emphatically, Nick says, "Oh, he's outstanding. He's a sharp, sharp guy. And I believe if I were you, I'd select him." I thought that was interesting, because I was momentarily thinking that Ex-Boyfriend Nick was going to try to sandbag Boyfriend Bill at the last minute. (Isn't Nick everyone's ex-boyfriend? Isn't that really the Nick issue, that every ex-boyfriend is exactly like Nick?)
George asks what exactly ruffled Bill. Nick says that it was the multitude of things coming at him all at once. George wants more detail. Nick cites the lost signs. Katrina cites Bill's "unbelievable potential," and talks about what a great candidate he is. She says he just needs "more confidence." Carolyn actually nods a little while Katrina is talking. That's a new pair of people to find in agreement.