They make their way to RockSolid and also approve of the branding (and the balloons! Blago FTW!). They think the guys did a great job trading on their celebrity to create Moments. Even though Michael and Darryl explain the website push, the execs take issue with the fact that customers can't take any tangible product home with them. As the day wraps up, Curtis flips some pizza dough with fans, Goldberg holds up three women at a time, and Bret corrupts yet another generation of Americans. Curtis sums up that there are pros and cons to Sinbad's style. He's loose and relaxed, which can either be fun or hectic. He would have done everything different, he says, then hedges that that doesn't necessarily mean things would have gone better.
That evening, Trump meets the execs for feedback. RockSolid pros: Celebrity brings customers; cons: poor product placement and haphazard distribution of the cards that gave people access to Kodak's online gallery. Tenacity pros: Summer was a great brand ambassador; cons: none, apparently. So who won? Commercials.
Board room. Maria says her team worked well together and executed their vision (key words). Trump turns to Sharon, who agrees with Maria and admits that she was the weak link because illness forced her to miss a day of the task. Cyndi doesn't agree, but Trump cuts her off when he gets distracted by her colorfully dyed hair. Then she tells some story about one time when she was a hooker at Studio 54. Now I know that she's talking about playing a hooker in Roundabout's production of Threepenny Opera at Studio 54, but I'm not so sure how clear that might be to others in the boardroom. Or so the befuddled looks would suggest. [Actually, I thought she was comparing herself to the people who selected the folks who got to come in to Studio 54. -- AC]
Trump moves to the men. Sinbad singles out Goldberg and Darryl as the MVPs. Trump talks baseball with Darryl for a while before asking Michael if he thinks the team won again. Michael admits to the confusion at the start but says there's a chance they could win. Trump asks Blago what role he played, and Blago gives a typically non-specific answer. Trump asks Sinbad what Blago contributed, so Sinbad takes the opportunity to make fun of Blago's balloon fetish a little more. Trump asks Blago about Sinbad's leadership. Blago points to Sinbad's creativity. Ivanka segues that the creativity may have been an impediment to organization, witness the SS's difficulty figuring out how to access their Moments pictures. Sinbad claims everyone was told how to access the website, but Trump says that's not the impression the executives got.