The sun sets and rises, and it is the next day. Funny how that works. The phone wakes up a lot of sleeping candidates, and when Kwame finally gets off his ass and answers it, he's told that everybody has to head for Times Square at 8:00 AM, with no further details available. The next thing you know, they're all pumped up on caffeine and standing around waiting in Times Square, where Donald's limo finally pulls up. Donald explains that they are just outside Planet Hollywood, which was "started by some movie star friends of [his]." He forgets to add, "Most of whom are now frantically trying to run from it like Indiana Jones from that giant rolling boulder." Planet Hollywood, it turns out, is a huge restaurant with more than 250 employees. I'm pretty sure that's almost always more people than visit it in a given week. Donald reveals that, tonight, the women will manage the restaurant, and tomorrow night, the men will do the same. Whoever improves the overall income of the restaurant by the greatest percentage over the same night last year will win. George and Carolyn, as always, will be watching over the proceedings. The reward this week? Golfing at Donald's golf course. Feh, whatever. The rewards on this show suck, I have to say. If they were doing it again, that would be my biggest suggestion -- different rewards. I realize they're obviously all supposed to be Trumpocentric in some way, but there are only so many Trumpocentric rewards before it starts to look stupid. Send them out for massages or something, even if Donald doesn't own a massage parlor (though I find that hard to believe). I really don't want to see the reward where you get to root through Donald's underwear drawer. Anyway, Donald "I'll Take One Of Each" Trump wishes them luck, gets in his limo, and takes off.
Now, it's time for the teams to speak in general terms about how things are going to go, as they do so that you can try to take your mind off how wretchedly they will probably perform the actual task. Katrina calls the men "a lethal weapon...because they don't have Sam." Boyfriend Bill, in turn, interviews that the guys just cannot stand the thought of losing again, because it would mean being sent in "100\% complete embarrassment" back to the Boardroom. Every time the guys think they've reached 100\% embarrassment, though, they seem to be able to cram in a little more, so Boyfriend Bill shouldn't give up hope. The limping remnants of what was once the virile, vital VersaCorp gather in S4 for a meeting about the always-interesting project-manager issue. Nick nominates Kwame, claiming that it's because of the great leadership qualities Kwame has displayed thus far. Kwame interviews that Nick in fact told the guys that Nick would rather not be leader. Kwame thinks this shows a "lack of confidence," though I think it could just as easily show a "lack of wanting to be sent home, considering the events of the last two weeks." The men agree on Kwame. Nick interviews that, indeed, he made that nomination figuring Kwame will get the boot in the event of a loss, given the firings of recent team leaders.