Anyway, it's time for Elizabeth to bring people to the Boardroom. And whom will she bring? Maria, for justifiable reasons, and Stacie, for social and depressing ones. Trump sends the rest of the women up to the suite. When they're all gone, Trump asks Carolyn for thoughts. What you saw on Saturday night but not on Thursday night was that Carolyn opened this speech by saying she thinks they're all horrible, which I loved. But anyway, she tells Trump that she thinks Elizabeth is an awful leader and that Maria blew the task. George is concerned that he couldn't trust Maria with money. Trump brings them back.
Trump opens by asking Elizabeth why Stacie is here. The truth, which is, "Because I believed that she's the only person Maria might gang up on with me" won't do, so Elizabeth claims that Stacie is the other person who performed worst on the task. But Elizabeth returns quickly to Maria, who is the one she genuinely thinks is responsible. "Doesn't anything fall on you? You're the leader," Trump says. "Nothing has fallen on her so far," Maria says in her clipped, pinchy little way. Elizabeth allows that some of the disorganization in the task is her responsibility. Trump asks Elizabeth whether it isn't true that Ivana really belongs in the room instead of Stacie. Elizabeth says no, and Trump turns to Stacie to point out how she's being picked on.