Into the Boardroom! Clay's wearing a lovely bone suit and peachy tie and looks almost the best he's going to look this episode, but it's especially fun because, thanks to the tie, he's the only Cap Edge guy flying Cap Edge colors. Josh is not wearing his glasses, and is still easy-breezy-Josh-beautiful, and Carolyn's hair looks...better, but still weird, like fakely soft or something. She conferences Trump in on the phone, where he's fakely standing on the L.A. golf course and fakely talking on a fake cell phone, and screaming his stupid ass off. Carolyn's proud to announce that Capital Edge chose golf, and were smart about it, and boosted Golf Stuff sales by 74% -- Trump finds this yooge!, of course -- and then Bill sadly tells him what fuck-ups Excel were, and how they totally caused sales to drop 34% below average. Rebecca and Josh look bummed, while every single one of Alla's teeth go crazy. Trump asks about Alla's exemption, and it's unanimous, although Randal and Clay are both vocal about their support for her. The reward -- such as it is, which is the next in a mighty big heap of stuff I wouldn't do if you paid my ass -- is taking a private jet to Montauk in East Hampton for a lobster bake and sport fishing. Trump points out that Montauk is the sport fishing capital of the world, like it's not awesome enough on its own, because it's Trump and everything is the best or the capital or the yoogest of something if you look at it right.
Jenthura, James, and Josh all make identical faces of how sad it will be when someone from their team goes home, although to be honest Jenthura seems to have a clue about how it's her ass on the line. Josh of course would never even think it, and James -- well, he hit all those balls, right? So he's safe, right? Because that was the point of the task, right? Hitting balls super-hard while a billion bored children watched and thought they'd die before they got their chance?
Capital Edge takes off in their private jet with crazy, like, Carmina Burana screaming, and raise weird mugs of champagne, and Felisha interviews with more of those awesome, crazy Amy Sedaris faces about how glad she was to be in on this victory and this reward, and when they exit Alla's carrying a Burberry blanket, which tells you everything you need to know. The guy on the boat tells them not to get sick, and Randal wobbles on the deck, then interviews that he does not fish, does not know how to fish, and hates fishing, in that order, and laughs pretty strikingly beautifully all of a sudden. Adam tells Montauk guy that he knows how to fish, and interviews that this task finally taught him something -- and that something was that deep sea fishing a reward unto itself.
Clay fishes and says that the reward was awesome and they kicked ass, and he looks really damn good in a baseball cap, and Markus yaks about something, and Alla agrees, and she looks super-cute in her fishing outfit, which is workout gear, and again I'm struck by the weirdness of seeing a team act like a team instead of a sitcom's idea about the Greek system, and then Clay slightly weirds me out about how this victory was great in many ways, but mostly because it's a big "In Your Face" to Josh, who was so "rude" for picking him as one of the three weakest players. Hey, could you share that abused victim perspective with fucking Marshawn? Because I'm sure she'd be sympathetic.