Upstairs, the guys have a grand old time giving voice to James Lipton's inner monologue. It may be the best part of the episode. I could watch several minutes of this -- especially if it meant I didn't have to endure more cat-scratching, hen-pecking, and various other misogynist caricatures to which the women are relenting.
Back the boardroom, where Lisa admits her leadership style isn't for everyone. Case in point, she continues to burn all her bridges by insulting Patricia's control over the group and basically calling all her teammates squealing incompetents in regard to the costume fitting. Aubrey is the only person who sticks up for Lisa, but she inadvertently uses the phrase "lack of organization," which Trump immediately links back to Lisa. Patricia defends her own (failing) leadership style last week, and essentially says Lisa didn't give the teammates sufficient tasks. Don Jr. insists that everyone seemed to have pretty clear tasks when he visited, but Patricia says that wasn't the case. When Trump asks, though, Patricia actually says she would fire Victoria. Trump actually shakes his head because he was expecting her to say Lisa. Patricia explains that Victoria was inconsistent and should have been more of a team player from day one.
Trump asks Aubrey next, who foolishly doesn't jump on the obvious bandwagon and name-checks Dayana. In the Winners Suite, Clay blames Aubrey's misstep on her insecurity. Arsenio asks, "Are you saying Dayana's prettier than Aubrey." Clay: "I'm saying Victoria is prettier than Aubrey." Men: "Ohhhhhhh!"
Back in the boardroom, who would Dayana fire? Lisa, obvs. With that, Lisa has to pick two people to bring back. Clearly it's Victoria and Dayana. The ladies head out to the waiting area for a passive-aggressive-off between Lisa and Victoria. Well, it's passive for a little while. Eventually Lisa gets tired of Victoria's third-person yammering and tells her she should have checked her ego at the door and tells her, "Enjoy the delusion of your life." Inside, Don Jr. acknowledges he doesn't appreciate that Victoria effectively quit because she didn't like the job Lisa gave her but also questions Dayana being up for firing at all. Trump calls the ladies in.