1) This is a mockup, not a sales product. It's regrettable but not cobra-worthy to have a random number on there. Frankly, they both should have had (800) 555-0000 on there for this precise reason.
2) Neither number is wrong, as discussed previously.
3) We just saw a very shitty presentation and no attempt at a marketing plan. Their presentation, from what we saw, didn't even focus on this "event" to any great extent.
4) Team Hollywood Chicken Bowl ALREADY WON.
But no, because Trump shows up for these things and then goes away again, they gotta deal with the footage they have, which is him having a massive pants-pissing brain attack about the two numbers, because he's happiest when he thinks he's got something to bitch about. Instead of checking into 1-4 above, he sends James (James) out to check the numbers, then sends Nicole after him so he can ask Kristine to stoolie out on her. Kristine obliges. This is not disloyalty, this is a soul crying out for retribution: Nicole literally slept through the "working" portion of the task, with the excuse that prep work was beneath her! Beneath her ART! Are you KIDDING me? Trump says he likes the brochure, but the presentation -- the magic -- was crappy. He asks what Nicole did wrong, and Kristine answers honestly -- and pretty value-neutrally -- that Nicole "takes for granted" that she's a great salesperson. Which I have no doubt about. The Sales gene and the gene for Shame are mutually exclusive, as we've discussed many times before.
Outside, Nicole's assuming, as we all did, that one (877) is the main number and the other (702) is a local number. They call the first one, and it's the Sales office (the first number available on the website). They call the second one, and a most amusing form of wool is pulled over our eyes: "Thank you for calling [slight pause] public relations... " Nicole and James look at each other, and hang up. Except it was not the wrong number, and if they knew the company at all they'd know that The Firm was representing the thing they're selling, and we're not allowed to hear the company name for either normal (legal) reasons or nefarious ones, but either way we're seeing a vastly different reality represented than what happened. Which is how reality TV goes, I acknowledge that, and we've gotta pull a story together around these disparate events to the best of our abilities (especially if we wanna be denied basic rights!), but the problem I've had with the editing all season presents itself again: there are a million ways to play this out. You're going for maximum damage (Heidi The Liar, Kristine The Incompetent) in order to shore up the firings. Which were CORRECT. I want to be very clear that everybody but James and Stefani deserve to be fired here. I've not got illusions about that: two impressively shitty presentations, you're all four out of there. My problem is the needless nastiness and total fantasyland bullshit way in which it was related. You're being shady when no shadiness was required.