Theresa takes her chosen two -- Lenny and Tarek, of course, and not Charmaine -- out into the foyer, after telling Trump that Lenny is a liability to them all, and Carolyn and Bryce and Bill are all so unimpressed by all this that it kind of takes the fun out of things. Bill tells Trump that Theresa fumbled badly, but that he witnessed Lenny being "a work horse," which I can believe, I just didn't see it personally. Bill -- determined to get his name on my shit list, in ballpoint -- is wearing a fucking Burberry tie. Paris calls Posh and is like, "Tacky much?" Maybe he and Tarek have switched bodies like Judge Reinhold and Kevin Arnold, and that's why I'm so confused. Carolyn is still shaking with the silent rage of how deeply offensive she finds that putting green. It offends her on, like, every level. The important thing is that they both are okay with Lenny this week, and that Carolyn's hair has been dealt with and she looks pretty again.
They come back in and Lenny goes nuts about how he did everything he was told, and that he did his job. Which -- no matter what happened -- I would yell at him for, but whatever. Tarek takes the brave and pretty brilliant step of saying that he doesn't think Lenny should be fired, because he wants to focus the entire room on Theresa's many failings. He describes the event, thanks to the lack of a unifying theme, as a bunch of "disjointed ideas," and points out again how horribly mismanaged the entertainment was. Trump tells her straight up that Charmaine should be there, and Tarek and Theresa get into a fight about how she gave him all the "responsibility" for the creative parts of the task, and immediately took the reins and started acting nuts, putting him in a horrible position. Theresa's edging into the red. She tries to go off on how Tarek is the worst thing ever, but Carolyn stops her dead. "Charmaine picked a bad comedian, Tarek created a horrific golf event. Leadership. Let's be accountable." Theresa's eyes are totally bugging out and she looks like the Runaway Bride as she yells about Lenny and the electricity, but Trump notes that the generator issue is not why they lost. Snakes crawl out of Theresa's hair and brightly-colored twittering birds begin to whirl hypnotically around her face, singing old Beefheart tunes in four-part harmony.