Trump has the last three women brought back in. Stacy, by the way, is carrying a sheaf of notes, which I wish Trump would make her drop. That's what he did with Troy last season, and I wish he would do it again. This is also probably as good a time as any to address the issue of the bizarre outfit Maria's wearing. She's wearing some sort of a black suit with silver rivets on it. Decorative rivets are really a very risky maneuver. I think Broadway musicals about the garment industry are probably the only context in which that's a good approach.
Trump asks Pamela why she brought Stacy into the Boardroom. Pamela tells Trump that the reason Stacy is there is that she "doesn't add one ounce of value." Ouch. As Stacy begins to protest, Pamela says that as a matter of fact, Stacy talks so much that she's actively a distraction. Stacy insists that this is "incorrect," which I don't think you really can, because you're not the person who says whether you add value or don't. You're especially not the person who says whether you talk so much that you're distracting. And I should know, because I talk so much that I'm distracting. When Trump asks her whether she's insulted by Pamela's comments, Stacy says she isn't insulted because Pamela is wrong. Nice try, but that is not a reason not to be insulted. That's actually a reason to be insulted. If the person is right about you, it's not that insulting. (See above, re: the fact that I talk so much that I'm distracting. That's not insulting, because it's kind of true.)