Trump moves on to Tyana, and asks if her team won. She thinks it's "a really good possibility." She says that everyone, at the end of the task, completed their portion of the task. Trump asks if there was any weakness in people being afraid of dogs, which of course leads to Mahsa, who raises her hand and says she was terrified, but not anymore, and "in the end, I came out victorious." Trump asks if it was obvious Mahsa was afraid of dogs, and why would Tyana put Mahsa with dogs. Tyana lies that she didn't know the extend of Mahsa's fear, and that she didn't want her at the front desk. Mahsa says she would have put herself at the front desk, and that she thinks Tyana's a terrible project manager. Tyana says that if the Mahsa that exists in Mahsa's head were the real Mahsa, Trump should just give her the job, but she's not.
Trump turns to the guys and tells them they're like pussycats. Trump asks Stephanie what she thinks of Mahsa, and she thinks she's strong, but hates Liza, who overreacts and makes everything emotional. They bring up Liza calling Poppy a bitch, and Liza says that wasn't during the task, but was when she was feeling emotional after the last boardroom. Don says she sounds like she's on the verge of tears now, to which Liza says it's hard to be by herself when they're supposed to be a team.
Trump wonders if everyone's ready to hear Cesar and the dog spa owner's strong opinions. He says they absolutely loved what the women did, and the men lost. Tyana finds out she gets to meet with Russell Simmons, and he asks Liza if this isn't nice. She says it is, and Trump says what she's thinking: "But you still have to live with these bitches." When did I start loving Trump? I think someone should probably punch me for this.
The guys are lined up in the boardroom, and Trump asks James what went wrong. James doesn't know, but it's tough to hear this criticism. James says it's hard because he told them he wanted to hear from them at the beginning of the task. David says that's not true since he tried to do that and "it was handled in ... a shut-downing way." Yes, that is actually what one of the geniuses Trump is choosing among said. David and James once again hash out everything that happened. Steuart says that, as offended as he was with what happened with James ignoring Naresh, he's equally as offended with what happened with David and Naresh: He apparently muttered a profanity under his breath when he couldn't ask his stupid question. Trump points out that the problem here is really with a lack of leadership, since David didn't respect James. Oh, give me a break, Trump. Can you not see that David is insubordinate, period, and doesn't respect anyone? I mean, I'm not fan of James or anything, but David is a psycho. Can't he please just fire them both?