Coming back, they replay Trump's advice to bring back Nely. But Gene names Jennie. Cramer: [Facepalm.] Empresario leaves, as Hydra giggles that Gene has just committed suicide. Back in the Boardroom, Trump and his viceroys agree. "Frankly, it's insolence to you, Mr. Trump," Cramer toadies. And there went all the goodwill I ever had towards him for appearing on Arrested Development.
Out in the lobby, Omarosa is telling Gene and Jennie how much this pisses her off. "You're hardly the victim," Gene scoffs at her. Trump calls them back in, and Gene has Omarosa loop her arm through his as they walk in. Trump's impressed by this for some reason. Once the three are all seated again, Trump asks Omarosa what she thinks of Gene's choices. Naturally Omarosa thinks bringing Omarosa in was totally inappropriate, but Gene's choice of Jennie isn't so bad. Trump literally asks Gene, "What am I gonna do?" He bemoans Gene's independence and asks, "Why did you bring back two people that I can't fire?" Well, I suspect it's because Gene would rather go down in flames than admit defeat. And indeed, that's what happens. Gene is fired. "I respect your decision," Gene says. He's all courtly and chivalrous as he accompanies the ladies out of the Boardroom, and wishes them all the best as he boards the elevator. "Down, Jeeves," he tells the operator.
Back in the Boardroom, Trump says that Gene's a tough guy. Cramer and Ivanka are both still blown away. "We had no choice," Trump sighs, already bemoaning the lost viewers who were only tuning in every week to watch The Demon make a vainglorious ass of himself.
As Omarosa and Jennie return to the suite, Omarosa realizes, "God, he wants to fire Nely." That's the kind of laser-sharp analysis that's made Omarosa what she is today.
In the limo, Gene still maintains that he's more qualified, and he still thinks he won. As for which team will be the final winner? "In their present form, the women don't have a popcorn fart chance of even shining the guys' shoes." See? What a gentleman.