Howard asks Kendra what would be her ideal job with Trump. "Selling real estate or being involved in one of the buildings that he's going to be constructing," she says. A decent answer, for once. Howard points out that she doesn't have experience in construction, as we look at what I think we are meant to notice are Kendra's hands shaking. He says her experience seems to be in marketing, and she says that's true, but "you have to start somewhere, and my goal is to become a developer, so Donald Trump can either hire me, or I'm going to be his competition soon." Howard smiles, but she really didn't carry that off all that well. You can say that, but you have to be able to back it up with something more convincing than a statement that you're going to enter a field in which you have zero experience, and by gum, you're going to cause some trouble for its current titans.
My favorite interviewer, the Domino's guy, asks Craig about the fact that he's done a bunch of different stuff. Does he have "a short attention span"? "N-- n-- I've -- uh ," says Craig. Going great!
Darlene asks Kendra when it's okay to bend the rules. Kendra says she bends the rules every day, which is a total lie. She says that there are a lot of legal loopholes and tax loopholes in real estate. She's the tricky one!
Howard says to Craig, "So you want Donald Trump to do low-cost housing or subsidized housing?" "If that was something he's interested in, I would be one of his front men," Craig offers. "Doesn't make any sense to me," Howard comes back. Whoops.
Domino's Guy asks Kendra to choose the better of the other two finalists, if she were picking someone to be her business partner. Unsurprisingly, she picks Tana. As the screen begins to break into the montage section that always drives me nutty during the interview segment, we see that Tana picks Craig and Craig picks Tana, unsurprisingly. And then it all sort of breaks down into this mishmash of talking that deprives us of getting almost anything out of this segment, which they always do, and which I always hate. I don't think these interviews should be boring, but they're always treated like a pill we have to swallow as quickly as possible, and it just baffles me.