Trump tries to tell the women that they could have looked good without selling in a way that was trashy. And then he gives a little lecture about how he takes criticism about how there should be no sex in the Boardroom, blah dee blah, and how there is anyway, blah dee blah. But enough about you, Trump, because no one cares about the squabbles between you and the business school professors. Ivana says she didn't want to sell ice cream by selling themselves, and Carolyn points out that they could have done something else to attract interest -- balloons, a clown, something. "You did nothing," she says. Of course, her two points are kind of running counter to each other. On one hand, she's saying, "Just scoop ice cream," and on the other, she's saying, "Do something other than scoop ice cream." I just think she doesn't like them, and I doubt anything they did would have made her happy. Me, neither.
Trump asks Baldford how Ivana did as PM. Trump asks if she was "average," and Baldford will buy that. Trump points out that Baldford can be a little tough, because he's exempt. Baldford laughs, and then Trump says, "He's the only one in the room not nervous, is that right?" Baldford says, "I'll be honest with you -- I think I performed up to my abilities on this task. I'd be willing to waive my exemption." Carolyn makes a face like, "You have got to be fucking kidding me." "Okay. I'm going to accept that," Trump says, seizing the moment. "That means you may lose. Are you willing to do that?" "That's fine," Baldford says. "[Baldford], I think it's stupid what you're saying. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to accept it, and you may get fired tonight." They move on. Now there was a bonehead maneuver if ever there was one.
Trump asks Jennifer M. how she felt about how Ivana did as PM. She says that Ivana "could have been more decisive." "So, not great," Trump says. "Not great," she agrees. Asked what she thought, Sandy says that the carts were out of communication for three hours. "I would have known where my people were at all times." "It was Stacie's fault," Ivana says in a very unbusinesslike and bitchy manner. "She gave us incorrect information." She goes on to explain about 42nd and 7th versus 42nd and Broadway, and Maria's nodding all, "Damn, and I walked ten blocks, too." They all start talking over each other, and George breaks in with, "Hold it, hold it. You're saying 42nd and Broadway, 42nd and 7th -- it's half a block apart! You couldn't see them?" Carolyn shakes her head, apologizing in her head to suffragettes past.