"Absolutely! That's what I'm saying! If you're going to be a leader, if you're going to be the next Apprentice, you have to step up and make a decision!" Unless, of course, you've been very honest and rational about not caring. "It was not being indecisive, Carey, it was being smart," Michelle says, and he hisses, "It was being safe." She reminds him of how she didn't have any of the research and hadn't been involved in that part of the task at any point, just like she said at the time right before he started bitching. Heidi agrees with her. "You have a group delegated to choose pricing, that's what they do. The entire group is not responsible for that." Michelle nods: "I would never do that on the fly like that." Heidi shakes her head. "You find out who's good at that, and make them responsible." She tells Trump straight-up that Michelle shouldn't even be there. I agree, and I like the way Heidi said those things, because it wasn't obnoxious and it was smart, and was I think more like regular Heidi: find the problem, fix the problem, remember what you did for next time. On to the next thing. I hope that's the deal there.
Michelle says she would fire Carey, because... Trump finishes for her, because this boardroom is so over: "He just did a bad job." She agrees. Carey again starts to whine about how, "ultimately," they approved his bad job, which is not doing yourself a favor, and Trump takes out a desk pen. "I do this because this suit is really gross, okay," he says, and produces the suit. Which gives me pause for several reasons. Number one being, "the suit" is gross? Because it's pink, or because it's unlined -- which is valid, even though it's not like he wore it jogging, still I wouldn't be in love with touching it -- or what? Because later on Trump touches the suit, so he is able at some point to reconcile himself with the "grossness" of the suit, but at the same time everybody in that room is on the same page as far as how the suit is Carey, in this boardroom. Not wanting to touch the suit is not wanting to touch Carey's "gross" business. Again, this is not overt and it's not hateful, but it's weird, and it's off, and really inappropriate, and could be coming from a million different places, but all of them are places we've visited with Trump before. All of them are about the hologram, in some way.