The good feelings are over when Trump asks Curtis who's the weakest player, and Curtis says Maria, who made some unfounded comments in the boardroom. She says she called him arrogant because he took a crap in their bathroom and stunk it up. Don asks how that's arrogant, and Curtis says this is a good depiction of her character, because it's below the belt. Trump agrees, and then asks Maria if she regrets having said that. She starts blabbering about how he said it was unfounded, but it wasn't because there was a reason. AS IF SHE DOESN'T POOP! Trump asks her if it isn't sort of gross to bring that up. He says this is his boardroom, not a locker room, and then fires her. Of course. She thanks him for the opportunity, and leaves awkwardly. Like we all knew she would. She's crying in her post-interview that the experience was amazing until those last ten minutes when she was fired for Trump not liking her comment. Right. Because she wouldn't been fired anyway. Trump sends the others off to wait for their interviews with Joan and Bill. He, Don, and Ivanka talk about how it's a great group. Don's glad to finally see the emotion come out in all of them.
The four congratulate each other in the waiting room. Holly's excited to sell herself, but Bret's totally nervous. Curtis is the first one called in; he says he plans to be honest, like he's been through the whole game. Commercials. Afterward, Trump greets Joan and Bill, and he asks Joan what she thinks of Bill. He tells her regular Apprentice was the "number one show on television." At Trump's house only. He asks what Joan thinks of the ensemble.