Perez has some sort of jingly ringtone. He's sitting in a room with a picture of himself and a dog on the wall behind him. He tells Trump that he just saw the videos, and he has a lot of opinions. He was very disappointed in the KOTU one. He feels they were shortsighted. He thinks they were going for humor, but it wasn't funny. Perez thought Jesse's video was excellent, and started laughing immediately. He wouldn't have watched the KOTU video all the way through if he didn't have to. The executives ask what demographic Athena's video will appeal to. He says he is a gay man, so he found it appealing. Trump had no idea Perez was gay. I can't tell if he's serious, but I think he is. Perez also thinks it will appeal to straight men. The executive says Perez left out women with children, which is where there's a disconnect, since that's their target. Perez doesn't think either video appeals to women with children. They thank him and hang up. [Waitwaitwait -- this is how All does their market research? They ask a gay man if a woman with kids would like a video? Why not make a woman witha kid your frickin' judge? Morons! - Z]
The executives thought the brand message of Athena's video was great. They didn't like "midgets" in the title. And the little people cursing at the end was a poor choice, and not using the actors in the right way. They liked KOTU's video's relaxing music and thought bubbles. They don't know if All wants to be the brand for cheating men. They aren't about a closed-door activity. Um, oh my god. Masturbating is now cheating? I seriously hate these people so much. They say the cheating factor will alienate their consumers, who are used to an open laundry room door. Gah. Gross. HATE. Trump asks who the winner is, but of course they leave us hanging.
Boardroom. The teams join Ivanka and Don. Then Trump comes in. He asks Clint how he did. He says he did okay under the circumstances, which weren't great. Trump asks if Clint's wife will be upset about the video, but he says she has a sense of humor. Trump says she better. Trump asks what Joan thinks of it, and she says she's ashamed to have any part of it. She thought it was dirty and stupid, and didn't handle the project in any way. Ivanka says Joan was very verbal about this from the beginning. She says she let him know she didn't like it, but still said she was there to help. Clint says that Joan did have several ideas, but were incomplete. Joan says she's a writer, so she starts everything with brainstorming. Trump asks if Joan likes Clint. She says she liked him, but never wants to see him again. She says she'd turn her back on him on the red carpet, would never see him perform, and is throwing out every CD of his. Trump laughs. She says she's taking this very personally. Trump asks what Natalie thinks. She says they liked the idea, but after meeting the executives, she felt it was way off. She was hoping they'd start over after that. Trump asks Herschel's opinion, and he says it was silly and he thought Clint just missed his wife. He wouldn't send it to anyone. Ivanka asks if it was too late to choose another direction. Clint says there were no other ideas that he thought were better. He says it would be easier to do his job if there weren't dissent. Joan says she helped. He says it's not true. He won't engage in personal attacks, but she makes it totally personal. She even tries to use that to her benefit, even though Claudia got fired after doing the same thing to her daughter. She might want to remember that.