Jennifer's now grasping at straws and gets kind of hysterical, all, "I think that it shows more her poor leadership that she's letting her friendship cloud her judgment and how can seven other brilliant intelligent women be so wrong?" Jen M. is like, "Yeah, true enough." And it is a good point, but just like Markus, you try explaining that to Toral and here's what you'll get: "Seven random women with poor education and no work experience think I'm unpleasant and can't cash the checks my ego is writing? Simple: Get better women and they'll totally love me." Narcissism is a question without an answer, because the only answer is, "That question is stupid."
Trump bottom-lines it in a way that his impending firing of Jen W. makes even more sense: "Look, this was about creating an inviting environment. There was no decoration, nothing special. The place wasn't inviting, and that was your charge." Jen W. shrugs, because Trump's been talking sense all season and that can really throw you off if you're not expecting it. He continues, addressing Rebecca again: "Toral should have been here. She would've been fired. But I think you have a tremendous potential." She smiles that sharky, heated smile. "Therefore, Jen W., you're fired." The women stand, and again Jen W. pulls out Rebecca's chair for her. Now I feel like she's milking it. At that point, why not trip her? You're already on The Apprentice, okay, and have just been outed as a crappy imposter event planner. I say have some fun.
We see one of the lift operators with the white gloves that you never see, and in the boardroom, the Viceroys and Trump are just kind of breathing and doing a cooldown after the whole intensity of Rebecca. They just look at each other and shake their heads. "This girl's either going to be great, or a disaster." WORD! I love her!
So the whole slo-mo to the suite is way less intimidating and amazing when the person's on crutches, I'll say that right now. Meanwhile, Jen W. is again getting vague with her bad self: "I'd just like to say that I am a good event planner and I'm very disappointed. I thought it should be Toral going home." She says more in the following categories: Toral is the weakest link (So?), Rebecca's judgment is clouded ( So?), and that the team is a huge mess (So?). Her torturous grammar makes it seem like her vanishing is going to send the entire team into shock and that morale is never going to improve after this blow, but I don't know how much of that she meant to imply. It's funny, though, because, like, come on, Jen W. I've already forgotten who you are, and I'm looking right at you.