Taxicab confession: David even admits that Trump had no other option than to fire him, since he took ownership of it. He says it's all woulda, coulda, shoulda and he did it his way and is fired. Then we get his "Next step," where he talks about nothing, actually. No, really, I don't know. He talks about Trump being awesome and how he's started a company and controls his own destiny. But there's no clarity or explanation about what he's doing. Which means: still unemployed.
Next week: They're all called back to the boardroom to hear some disturbing news from Trump. Before their task even starts, someone's cheating by sending texts to people to ask them to show up and give money, pretending they don't know said person. Everyone looks shocked and a little guilty. Announcer guy asks us who the cheater is. Trump turns far to his left to say, "You're fired," which is where Clint is sitting, so it looks like it's him. Liza's next to him, so it could also be her, but my money's on Clint.
DeAnn, a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon, is excited at the prospect of two firings next week. You can contact her at email@example.com.