Marshawn thinks that Kristi should go home, quote, "for the same reason as Melissa." WHOA! Kristi's eyes go wide and her skin goes white, because she just figured out that her behavior is comparable to Melissa's. "Negativity is Kryptonite," Marshawn finishes. Kristi's shocked by the comparison to Melissa, then quotes her almost fucking verbatim: "All I ever get is positive --" And Jenthura's like, I totally talked to you about it, and Kristi suddenly can't remember that. Things rapidly descend into chaos and ugliness as the naked appeals and begging start: "I admit I made mistakes, but I have the potential to be your next Apprentice, Mr. Trump. Kristi does not," goes one side, and the other goes, "I'm a hard player, and I can sell anything," and the other side goes, "Nobody likes to work with you!" and Bill almost laughs but somehow they've just become virtually indistinguishable from each other. They'd both be better served by shutting up and letting the other woman write her ticket home, but they can't, so they turn it up to Factor 11: "Maybe you're intimidated," one or the other of them says, and Jenthura goes, "You're intimidated by me!" and aspersions are thrown about how maybe it's Kristi's insecurity that causes her to constantly talk over everybody, and Kristi says she's not at all intimidated by Jenthura and...I'm kind of over both of them, at this point, because it's all a show for Trump, and like, have we learned nothing? And apparently, we have not, because Jenthura only wants to bring Kristi back to the Boardroom, and Trump's okay with that and sends everybody else back to (I'm not kidding) "this magnificent suite in the sky on 57th and 5th...the famous Trump Tower." You know it's not actually your penis, right? It's just a building?
They leave, and Bill looks freaked. I don't know him well enough to know what he's thinking, but I'm guessing he's just amazed by the behavior here. Carolyn says that Kristi is headstrong, but not the reason that they lost this week, and that cumulatively, Jenthura has made way too many mistakes. Bill concurs, saying that Jenthura wasn't even around for the final prep before the presentation.
Kristi comes in looking hella pissed, and they sit, and Trump's like, "You guys don't really like each other," in a weird way like maybe they'll fight right there. Kristi straight up says that she wouldn't ever hire Jenthura -- she's not a straight shooter, she can't lead well, and her problems with time management should be obvious with this task. Jenthura responds that Kristi is "very outspoken," which I think she means positively, "but...in a bossy way," and that she cannot be managed. Bill, who totally thinks Jenthura's going home, is like, "Then why didn't you bench her?" Jenthura admits that she was pressed for time, and that Kristi got a lot done. Carolyn's like, "How do you manage one of his companies, if you can't manage one individual?" Kristi has the total lack of class and self-awareness to actually nod at this. Jenthura says that she managed Kristi as well as she could, and talks about how much her sales reps back home love her as a manager. Kristi answers that with the fact that she was hired to turn a company around for sale in three years, and got it done in one year, and that she did it with a team that "highly respected" her and her high standards. Jenthura's all, "This team doesn't respect you, though." It's pretty funny. Trump agrees that the team hates her all of a sudden, and Kristi agrees that she's "outspoken" and has "an edge."