Trump hits the WORST FAILURE EVER button a hundred times and says that Brian, Rebecca, and Marshawn can leave, but the rest of them -- Josh, James, Jenthura, and Mark -- will be returning to the Boardroom. Everybody leaves, and Bill says that the PM is to blame for this one. Trump thinks that Josh "choked when it came down to crunch time," and Carolyn, still hating Jenthura from last week's undeserved (some might say) survival last week, says that "By their own admission they had three sales people, and that was the whole point of this task! To sell!" Her delivery this whole shot is awesome, just so deeply incensed and insulted. "I can't pick one of them!"
Back inside, Trump incites a total riot between Josh and Jenthura, which takes a million years but basically resolves down to Jenthura saying over and over, "We were fucked from the beginning!" and Josh saying, "You were in charge of sales and sold nothing! You failed!" over and over until even Carolyn has to say, "But Josh, you totally failed too, loser." He doesn't have an answer. It goes on for one calendar year and Josh is a total pissant, at one point openly making monkey faces at Jenthura. Trump -- no matter how right she is here, which she is, at a decimal point just over 50\% -- tells Jenthura that she's disappointed him. There is more incomprehensible, reiterative screaming from all quarters, and Trump finally says, "Josh, your decision-making was absolutely terrible. James, you took up all the space with your stupid batting cage, edging the product out. Mark, you didn't sell anything. And, again, we've never had a loss this bad ever. So...you're all fired. All four are fired."
Josh looks disappointed, then mostly disbelieving, then a little suicidal; Jen looks at Trump pleadingly and shakes her head; James looks like he's given up completely on life, and can't even make eye contact; and Mark stares freakily while he takes a while to process this. Finally Trump yells, "Go home. Go home!" They leave silently, and Bill swallows nervously. Mark is like, "I'm sorry we disappointed you. I'm better than that." For me personally, he does not say this in an annoying Markus way, even though he's doing a totally Markus, graceless thing, but I so love that it gives Trump the opportunity to say something pretty cool, that hands everybody in the room a little dignity: "I know you are. You're all better than that." They are!