"And you guys, as usual, I'll see you tomorrow at the Boardroom," Donald says to the men. They're all dismissed. In an interview, Nick says, "I am sick and tired of getting our asses handed to us." Up in S4, the men discuss what a bunch of sad cases they are. Sam tries to put a positive spin on it: "We may have lost the war, but won some battles." Okay, first of all, dear, when you have to flip the cliché so that it means the opposite of what it's supposed to mean, you have a problem. Second of all...well, Boyfriend Bill puts it better than I ever could: "We haven't won shit, dude. We're going to be another man down as of tomorrow." Bowie interviews that he finds their repeated defeats "degrading." Probably a little melodramatic, but I feel for him. I think it's because so many of the women are so patently absurd as human beings that this hurts especially badly. If they were all like Amy, it would be easier to take, but they're...they're, like, losing to Heidi. Never mind, it's not melodramatic -- that is degrading.
The women all prepare for their evening out. There are many slinky dresses involved. "You guys enjoy, even though you won't have a good time without us," Kwame says. Heh. At the club, they all settle in for dinner, and Kristi oohs and aahs about how Trump used to come here himself. "How many deals have been made at this table?" she coos. Ereka is still excited about Trump's comment about never hiring men anymore. Yeah, he was totally sincere about that, Ereka. You've completely altered his reality. Congratulations. I also hate how she calls him "Mr. Trump" even when no one is around. There is no one I call "Mr. So-and-So" around my friends, that I can think of. Jessie interviews that the rewards do give you "a taste" of the rich lifestyle. The women all toast, and I notice that one of them appears to have a margarita. Ah, margarita.
After a round of commercials, we return, to shots of -- oh, yeah -- the Manhattan skyline. Did you miss it? Boyfriend Bill interviews that the mood in S4 among the men is not so hot. We see Nick sitting pensively on a balcony or some such, looking out at the city and thinking about strangling Sam. At least that's my guess. Sam chats with the women, telling them that he has to figure out what he's going to do when they get to the Boardroom. The oh-so-perceptive Heidi interviews that she's confident Sam isn't going home. Other people may think he is, but she knows he isn't. No matter how many times he goes up, Sam will return to the suite. "I would be shocked [if he were fired]," she says. You know, now that we've heard from the Oracle of Heidi, I hardly feel like I need to watch anymore. In the bedroom, Nick is obviously sucking up to Sam pre-Boardroom, because he reminds Sam that Sam knows Trump better than the rest of them. "You've shaken his hand," Nick points out, bringing up Sam's favorite thing that has ever happened, ever. In an interview, Sam says that he doesn't think he'll be fired, either. "It's just not my time," he says. How very Zen. Troy says he knows it's always possible that he could go, and that he makes no assumptions. Kwame theorizes that it might be Nick on the block, and that if Sam can convince Trump not to boot him, Nick might take the hit as a result of having been part of the gold-pricing fiasco. The guys get hugs from the undoubtedly hung-over women as they prepare to head for the Boardroom. "I'm gettin' sick of wheeling this suitcase," one of them remarks. Heh.