When we return, white letters on a black screen tell us that, apparently, the theme of the next segment is, "Location, location, location." Donald interviews that while location is important, "the people behind the deal are much more important." Should be a horse race, then, because if it's going to be about quality of personnel, I think both teams will be lucky to successfully make lemonade, let alone sell it. Donald says that he would rather have a smart guy in a bad location than a dumb guy in a great location. Troy, however, is telling the VersaCorp guys at 9:40 AM that the key to success is, indeed, "location, location, location." He delegates the task of location scouting to Kwame. Troy interviews that when Trump said on the podium that they were going back to basics, he didn't know the guy meant sixth grade. I love how some of them are consumed with disparaging this task in case they suck at it. Troy sends some guys off for cups and supplies, while Kwame returns to the group with news that they're heading for the seaport.
Over at Protégé, Ereka is having a hard time being the leader, because she is hesitant to have it involve any actual leading. She complains that the rest of the team tends to throw responsibility in her court. Isn't that what "manager" kind of means? I thought so. There is some bickering going on about whether they need a table to sell from. Tammy dismisses a table as "old-fashioned" -- and it's true, flat surfaces are so 1998. They also have issues about Ereka's role, because she feels like they told her she should lead, and now they won't listen to her, but she's not saying she wants to lead, and blah blah blah. This is a really awesome Deborah-Tannen-esque experiment, because Ereka's passive-aggressive way of denying that she wants to lead, and yet being angry that they won't let her lead, and denying that she's angry that they won't let her lead when she obviously is...it's sort of textbook pitfalls-of-women-communicating stuff, if you believe in that sort of thing. Omarosa lectures in an interview that Ereka is getting emotional, and in business, you always stay focused and never get emotional. "She's totally irrational right now!" Omarosa complains. That's true. She's not hooking into Omarosa's incredibly sensible vibe at all.