The girls leave and it's firing time. Back at the penthouse, Cyndi thanks the other girls and apologizes for tarnishing Maria's image of her. But, she tells her to never meet a person she admires, they will only let her down.
In the boardroom, Goldberg says that he just thought it was his time to step up as project manager. Bret says that he would fire himself, because he took on so much responsibility. Curtis agrees, though he doesn't want to. Donald reminds them that Goldberg was the project manager. Curtis says that he worked to keep everyone on schedule, because Bret can get, shall we say, tangential. Cyndi hates hearing this on the closed circuit. Holly says that this is a hard game for creative people. Greasy Trump asks why Goldberg didn't volunteer to be project manager earlier. Goldberg revises and says that Bret did 70% of the work, which Donald still points out is a lot for the project manager to delegate. Donald asks Goldberg who should be fired. He doesn't really answer, but he's fired. Bret says that he feels sick to his stomach and Donald tells him to get out of the room, because he survived. Outside, it's all good vibes. Inside, Trace says that he would have fired Bret instead. [Someone had the nerve to disagree with Trump! Awesome. Of course that meant that Donald basically had to browbeat him into seeing his reasoning, but whatever. -- AC]
On his sedan drive to oblivion, Goldberg says that he accepts responsibility for his team losing.
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