Trump explains to them that Levi's has grown from "humble beginnings" to become a four-billion-dollar company. "I remember from the time I'm two years old, I've been wearing Levi's," Trump claims. "I'm still wearing them on occasion." Well, of course. He wears them when he's, like, painting the bathroom or something. Cleaning the gutters, you know. The team members chuckle at this, which they hope doesn't mean Trump will seek to have them killed. Trump explains that because of all the competitors in the jeans market, Levi's has a constant battle to "get the message out" that they're about more than just 501s. To that end, the teams will be developing an in-store catalog to promote the various styles of jeans that Levi's has to offer. They'll have the services of photographers and graphics folks, and tomorrow night, they'll present their stuff to Bald Levi's Guy, who's actually the Levi's president, as it turns out. BLG will choose the winners, and the losers will go to the Boardroom. And in case anyone didn't notice Boyfriend Bill, Trump points him out, claiming that George is away on another one of his business trips. And by "business trip," we mean "salary negotiation." Heh. Don't let them cheat you out of a penny, George. Trump asks the teams to "do a good job for Levi's," and he takes off. You can tell it's his favorite thing when he gets to wash his hands of an entire enterprise.
Kelly tells us in an interview that Wes sent him over to Mosaic because he was afraid to face Kelly in the Boardroom. "Because I'm stronger than he is," Kelly adds, because he doesn't have a merit badge in subtlety. Kelly also uses the expression that Wes "pushed [him] away," which makes me feel like I'm watching a Dawson's Creek rerun all of a sudden. Don't push him away, Wes! He just wants to love you and design women's coats with you! As Apex gathers -- including its new military member -- the upbeat strummy acoustic guitars would like you to think that it has a new chance at life. Kelly hugs people. Very convincing. I can really feel the love. Kevin interviews that with Kelly on board, he felt positive about being the PM. It turns out that Kevin had a very easy time becoming PM, and accomplished it by asking for the job. The women thought that was fine, because Ivana finds that leading makes it much more difficult to frivolously blame others, while Jen finds that when you're the PM, people expect you to do stuff, which she just hates. Just remember, Kevin, when you're the PM? Never let them see you sweat.