"Lenny, what do I do?" Lenny tells Trump to fire both Tarek and Theresa. Bill mentions how the models were stupid girls and didn't know anything, and Theresa responds that the education of the models was up to Bryce, and is told that she should have brought him in, then. Carolyn asks who hired the models, and it was Charmaine, and Carolyn reiterates that the models and the comedian were also a huge problem for the DOs, and that Charmaine should be here. Trump says that you need "great concepts," and that there was not really a concept here at all, just several kinds of stuff, and Tarek nods, because that was his whole thing. Trump gets really intense about the horse and buggy some more, and Theresa stupidly/crazily/proudly says that was her idea. "I HATE IT," says Trump. He tells her that she has poor leadership abilities, bad concepts, and that "so many things went wrong" that he has to fire her. She starts bleeding from her eyes and is bathed in an unearthly glow. The water glasses buzz and clink on the table and everybody realizes they have to get out of there before she blows.
She chokes out her thanks to Trump for the opportunity, and then levitates out of the room, scattering rose petals and Cheerios (and marbles) as she goes. Tarek promises to "step it up, Mr. Trump," but Trump hasn't received the memo that Tarek might actually be cool all of a sudden, so he snits really meanly, "You'd better step it up. If you can." It's not because I'm suddenly sold on Tarek that this came off weird, either. I'm still ambivalent about him. It was actually just really mean, the way it was said was unnecessarily rude and very out of character for Trump. It was a room full of really strange energy. Maybe Bill's crazy hair was acting as some kind of lightning rod. Tarek shakes Theresa's hand outside, so Lenny does too, but of course does not apologize like Tarek. Back inside, Trump goes, "She shoulda brought Charmaine. So...that's what happens." Like a six-year-old he says this, like "if you don't give me five dollars, you can't play hopscotch," and she didn't come up with five bucks, and he's like, "Well, that's what happens." Over in the Crazy Taxi, she's mostly calmed down, and her hair is not as bushy or angry, as she explains once again that her leadership was great -- it was the people that she was leading that sucked. Which is always, always the wrong answer, because that disputes the concept of "leadership" on its most fundamental level, like disagreeing with the word itself, or having a showdown with the way it's spelled. She informs us that Trump has "truly lost a potential asset," and then makes a tasty word salad having to do with "I don't think that this is the last that he sees of me." Cool. Bye, crazy.