Trump asks Blago who he would fire. He names Michael. Trump puts the same question to Bret, who agrees Michael should go but only because he was the PM. Trump asks Darryl, and Darryl turns the table to say that Trump should fire him (Darryl). This does not sit well with anyone, not even the girls upstairs, and even Michael says Darryl's not the reason RockSolid lost. Trump asks Darryl if he wants to be fired. Darryl says yes. He's tired and wants to go home. The girls express their annoyance that he's punking out on his charity. Trump says he's going to regret it and shouldn't be a quitter. Darryl tries to draw a fine distinction between allowing himself to be fired and actually quitting. He adds that he's trying to be a team player. Moreover, no one else wants to go.
The conversation spirals out of control because Darryl is even too lazy to admit that he's quitting. Michael inexplicably gets his nuts in a twist, saying he doesn't want to not get fired just because Darryl quit. Oh, put it back in your pants. Darryl reasserts that he wants to take one for the team. Despite his reservations that Darryl mainly wants to go home, Trump grants his wish. He warns Michael that he's not out of the woods yet. Michael is so twisted up in the (supposed) dishonor of getting to stay this way that he's practically trying to fire him, too. Trump finally tells him he got lucky and to shut up already. As Darryl leaves with a smile on his face, Holly sniffs that he's abandoned his charity (autism), for which she's also playing. So that base is still covered? Then quit your grousin'.
Back in the boardroom, Trump and his minions are still pretty shocked. In the cab, Darryl stands firm on his position. And good on him, I guess. If you're going to quit, quit that bitch right. Darryl Strawberry: Quittin' that bitch right since 2010.