Trump: "You're very hard-headed." Rebecca: "I am very hard-headed." George, because the secondary Wisdom of this episode is about demonstrating flexibility, brings that up. Trump casually admits that Rebecca has no flexibility, and I think if she weren't so keyed up, she'd realize he's not really seeing that as a problem, for the moment. So instead she goes off on George and Trump both at once, and it's incredible. "It's ironic that you say I have no flexibility, when I stepped up to this task with a broken ankle -- the first time I've ever had a broken bone in my body -- walking on crutches, I stepped up to this task, and was flexible enough to take on Project Leader. To call me inflexible..."
Trump's like, "You are inflexible." He's right. "You're very inflexible and you're very tough." And it's this. This is the point where, walking the line like she's been doing, she has the option of screwing the pooch to the wall, like they always do. I mean, she's bitched out George two or three times, called Trump a chump, and didn't blink doing it, so I was expecting her to do something idiotic and push it that nanometer over the line. Instead, she smiles that Rebecca smile, and simply agrees: "I'm very tough, Mr. Trump." And she's totally safe. I love that so much. Trump switches over to Conversational English, all, "Except you totally lost, though," but it's just an object lesson at this point, and she responds appropriately, which is by hanging her head sheepishly, because as keyed up as she is, somewhere in there she knows she's fine, and the rest of this is just for TV.
Carolyn attacks Jen W., like she's been waiting to do the whole time: "There was nothing to this presentation. Very dry, very drab, the food was...horrible, and there was nothing that drew you in. There was nothing. It was boring." And Jen W.'s response? So awesome. "My grandmother loved cake. I had cookies because not everybody likes cake. And also there were sugar-free cookies, due to diabetes." That's her whole response. Trump's like, Rebecca buddy, why did you lose? "Because we didn't put on a good enough presentation." So was that Rebecca's fault? Or Jen W.? And Rebecca gets a little testy, all, "Well, like I said previously " He cuts her off. "Is it your fault?" "It was Jen W.'s fault."