Trump now asks Kevin how Chris did as a leader after all of his complaining last week. Kevin says that Chris works hard, but he tends to think writing down your plans is boring, so he doesn't like to come up with plans in advance. It doesn't sound like Kevin found this sense of whimsy refreshing. Trump asks how Chris did delegating, and Kevin says there was no delegating -- everyone did everything. Jen is asked whether she was disappointed in Chris, and she says Chris "lacked energy and focus." Trump says he loves Chris's accent, sort of apropos of nothing. Trump asks Chris whether he'll bring two or three -- in other words, bring the whole team, or release someone. Chris says he wants to bring Kevin and Ivana, releasing Jen. Why? I have no idea. Before he lets her go, Trump asks Jen who should be fired. Unsurprisingly, she names Chris. And this is where you know Jen is full of shit, because if Ivana deserved to go last week for generally not being worth anything -- even though Raj had egregiously screwed up that task -- then Ivana would still deserve to go this week as well. Jen picked on Ivana last week because she saw Raj as an ally in a way she doesn't see Chris as an ally, or else she sees Chris as more of a threat. Because Ivana didn't do much on this task either, so it's not like Ivana could have redeemed herself. Jen goes up to the suite, and Chris, Ivana, and Kevin go out in the lobby to wait.
Out in the lobby, Chris tries to tell Kevin and Ivana that the whole thing is business, not personal. "You know that I like you guys better than her," he tells them. They don't understand, then, why Jen was allowed to skate. He argues that Jen did the best, and they ask him why he thinks so. Remarkably, he basically says it's because that's the impression he got from talking to Jen about the work she did. Kevin laughs bitterly, because...what else is there to do?