But then, after the ads, Piers marches into the board room, saying, "I just want to do one thing." Stomping up behind Omarosa with apparent intent, he instead plants one on Trace's cheek and calls him a "beautiful cowboy." And leaves. Okay, that was awesome.
Carol and Lennox love it back in the suite, and even Omarosa laughs. Trace just sits there like his career has just ended. "Never kiss a cowboy," Piers says from the suite, realizing that Trace is actually upset. Oh, suck it up, tough guy.
Trump asks Stephen what he thinks, and he reminds everyone that Omarosa said at the beginning that she lost this task in the first season, and he thinks the PM is responsible for the loss. Oops, excuse me, the "catastrophe of Biblical proportions." Trace says that the people who showed up for him didn't ever have any intention of buying art, and admits that he thought he could do better than the two he sold. Trump asks for Don, Jr.'s opinion, and he's pretty disappointed with Stephen, and the fact that this is Omarosa's third loss as PM. As for Ivanka, she thinks Omarosa was already defeated when she walked in. Trump agrees, and fires her. Stephen and Trace escape unscathed. "That one was obvious," Trump post-mortems.
Limo interview, in which Omarosa recites, "No man is your friend, no man is your foe, but every man is your teacher." And then she throws a gang sign.
By the way, the preview for next week features the Hallelujah Chorus and touts an "Omarosa-Free" episode next week. Ten episodes too late, if you ask me.