Trump and the mom shake hands and he interviews how "the greatest thing you can do is give," and he kisses Dasheaira and makes her laugh and it's very sweet and lovely to watch. I like also how they make sure to edit in Dasheaira saying certain toys and things are for her relatives for Christmas. She seems a lot younger than eight, but that just makes this train of thought even cooler. I was thinking "generic Make-A-Wish shopping spree," but that little moment made me want to buy her a bunch of shit myself. What a neat kid. The team puts on a bunch of boas and get really into it. Off to the side, Dasheaira's mom is talking to Michael, and she says, by way of talking about how happy her daughter is, that it's like she's "died and gone to heaven." Michael is sort of thrown by this particular colloquialism, but covers well, and I feel bad that he's like the only one who has to remember that the kid has cancer, while everybody else gets to giggle and play with her. I like that her mom can say something like that without even thinking about it, because it means she's dealing with her daughter's illness in a way that I would hope to. New topic. Michael and the mom are very cool together. Later, she interviews that it's like English would have to come up with a new word for how happy Dasheaira is, because the ones we've got don't cover it. Dasheaira says goodbye to the team, and Roxanne kisses her cheek and hugs her close, and Allie kisses her hand, like a little lady. Dasheaira voices over her thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and, of course, Donald Trump -- I'm sure completely unscripted, you know -- and tells us in the limo that this is "one of the best days in [her] life." He mother smiles down at her lovingly, and Team Synergy and the Toy King or whatever wave goodbye to her limo. I don't believe that I am strong enough to work for that particular Foundation. Despite what those assholes (Family? I have no family! No friends! Only persecutors!) at my intervention said, I'm not an alcoholic, and I'd like to stay that way.
Lenny tells his team that, first of all, he "didn't do anything wrong," which is a good way to start this shit, and says he really doesn't want to "bring anybody into the Boardroom." The funny thing about Russian is how the "except fucking Charmaine" is actually silent in his native tongue. Little-known fact. He interviews that the only bad thing about the entire task was Charmaine, "complaining all the time," and he's willing to bet that she's "probably the reason" that they lost. The brain math on that is so easy, we don't need to do it. Charmaine applies her face and tells Tarek she has no idea who Lenny's bringing, and she might be telling the truth, but I doubt it, because she's a smart girl. Tarek says that things only went wrong when Lenny and Lee checked out, but says it in a way where you can tell he's practicing for the BR, and he interviews in the same vein: "I can't believe he left us!" He talks about the "thin ice" some more, and wonders if (trans.: "hopes that") this will put Trump over the edge, and then, "that's the end for Lenny."