Stephanie agrees she liked that model, who she thought would fit in the shirts since he was so tall. Trump tells Poppy that Terry didn't like the last page, which she was so proud of, so why shouldn't he fire her? She says what she was proud about is that they discussed the product and what it's about. She says the photos she and Anand took had more product in them, but David chose these photos. David says he chose no photos for that page, and Stephanie agrees that was Poppy and Anand. Trump asks if Stephanie could see him firing Poppy, but she says not in this case, "unfortunately." She says David had a great vision, but he made the decisions here. Trump asks what she means by unfortunately, and she says she meant it was unfortunate for David. Trump asks Anand who he should fire, and Anand says David. He explains how they brought the photos back from the bar shoot and David wouldn't let him sit down with him and give input on the photos. Anand's unhappy with the bar photo they chose, which doesn't have vodka and has only two models and two ties. Don criticizes Poppy's last page. Then Trump asks David who gets to go back to the suite. David chooses Anand. Trump's surprised, but David says that Stephanie was his wingman and supporter through the whole thing, telling him how great it was, so her saying Trump should fire David not Poppy, who he says did nothing, is ridiculous. Anand leaves.
Trump asks if the case can be made that he should fire Stephanie. Stephanie doesn't think so, and Poppy honestly believes David is the person to be fired. Trump tells David that he's taking a big risk as project manager, because they so often get fired when they lose. David says that if his first three pages were good and the last one was the killer, which was Poppy's and he had no creative input on-- Trump cuts him off and reminds him that he could do away with the last page if he didn't like it, as project manager. Trump spares us much more drama, and fires David. David gets teary and tells Trump and the Trumplets that he appreciates the time here and had the time of his life. Stephanie tells him it was a pleasure working with him. Trump tells him he's done himself proud. Uh, do they remember David?! Then Trump adds, "Now get the hell out of here." Okay, that's more like it. Don looks weirdly sad as David leaves. Hugs all around in the lobby, then David acts jovial with the elevator operator. Trump tells the Trumplets they had no choice.