Evening. Boardroom. Ding! The three little members of Net Worth file in. They are seated. Trump comes in and sits. He opens by asking Alex as the PM what went wrong. He says he heard the presentation wasn't good, and Angie admits it was her worst performance. She attributes the disaster in part to how late they were getting to the presentation in the first place, which of course stressed her out to no end. She says that then, the model didn't have his item, so that made it worse. Alex is asked who was responsible for the lost item, and Alex says it was Angie, because she was in charge of the presentation. She jumps in to rattle off the list of things she was in charge of on this task, which seems to be lengthy indeed. "So whose fault was it that the items were left behind?" asks a surprisingly flat-haired Carolyn. The humidity is killing our Carolyn! Angie says she thinks it was Alex's responsibility as the PM to have the clothes at the presentation.
Trump starts in on Angie about how she keeps "escaping," but how he's "getting a little tired of it," as far as her being in the Boardroom. You know who was in the Boardroom a lot? Boyfriend Bill. Boyfriend Bill was on a lot of losing teams. Not as many as Kwame, but a lot. Carolyn asks what exactly Chris was doing, since it seems like Angie was responsible for so much. Chris says that the first day, he went out and bought the items, and Carolyn points out that he lost the credit card, right? He admits that he did. Chris admits to Trump that losing the credit card was entirely his responsibility. "You failed in so many areas," Carolyn says with some surprise. "The presentation was...horrendous." Trump asks who chose Angie for the presentation, and Alex admits that he did. Angie says that when the model announced that he didn't have the jacket, it sent her into a spin, because they had to change the order. Trump tells Angie that it was her fault that she lost the jacket, and Angie basically admits that it was, although I don't know why. You can't literally say "Angie is in charge of the presentation" and have that mean that anything that goes wrong at the presentation is no one else's responsibility. That's just an absurd over-absolution of the PM and everybody else on the team. It's baffling, because...what did either of these guys do right all day? Seriously.
Asked why they lost, Angie points out that Chris was stuck at Best Buy for two and a half to three hours, waiting for the card. Trump asks if Angie would blame Chris for the loss, and Angie says she would. Chris, predictably, flips out instantly, Hard-Rock-Casino-style. "She was in charge of the presentation, and that's how we lost! How am I responsible for that?" And then, even though he just admitted being gone for almost three hours, it somehow becomes 45 minutes...or something...as he babbles about how it wasn't his fault. When it totally was. Chris should be quiet. ["Well, he's right on the merits. If anyone has an airtight alibi for non-involvement in the presentation, it's Lost Card Man." -- Sars]