Boardroom time. Trumplets are waiting when the teams file in. Then Trump joins them. He asks Brandy how she was as project manager. She thinks their ad is great, and he asks if she thinks she looks beautiful in the ad. She says it was uncomfortable, but they thought that putting the Trump shirt on a woman would capture the sexuality of the Trump brand. Trump asks Liza what she thinks of Brandy, and she says Brandy did an amazing job and she had no doubt she'd be a great leader. Trump asks Clint if he missed David. Clint: "I think we've got a great team now, sir." Trump asks if the team's better with or without David, and Clint says the ladies have helped their team immensely. Trump asks if Steuart was a good model, and Clint says he embodied the Trump attributes of wealth, power, and sexual prowess. Trump says that last one is the most important because, without that, it all doesn't matter. Dude, your kids are in the room!
Trump moves on to David and asks what he likes about what they did. David likes everything they did. Trump then notices they're all wearing Trump suits (which is why Stephanie was wearing a man's suit). Trump asks what Stephanie thinks of David, and she says she was unsure coming in, but he's a definite personality and eccentric, but she enjoyed meshing with the men. Trump asks who was the weakest player, and David says that's tough, because he did 95 percent of this task himself, but if he had to, he'd say Poppy had the least involvement. Trump asks if that's because of David or Poppy. David says there was some miscommunication when he delegated a job to Anand and Poppy. Then he calls her Puppy and says she just followed Anand around on whatever tasks they were given. Poppy says David talked to her and spoke to her in a very demeaning way. She tells Trump about him telling her to entertain the models, though she also makes sure that Trump knows the last page of the ad was her creation. Trump asks David what he means by "entertain the models." He asks who gives a crap about them, since they're getting paid and don't need to be entertained. David says that he picked the models himself, blah, blah, blah. Trump cuts him off to talk to Anand and ask him what's true. Anand says that David picked one model, and it was very homoerotic. David thinks that's very surprising to hear, so Trump asks what it means. Anand talks about David's mancrush, and Trump asks him if he's gay. To his credit, he does add, "Who cares?" And says he knows guys who were married for twenty years who left with a guy. "I mean, they liked a guy, so, you know." Trump asks if David's sure he doesn't want to come out. Which is our suspenseful moment to go to commercial. AS IF ANYONE CARES IF DAVID'S GAY. We know all we need to about him: He's a douchebag. Gay or straight, that doesn't change.