Carolyn has the Mosaic reviews. They're "off to a good start," and can thank the "delicious contemporary American food," the "creative, stylish décor," and not so much the "itchy, fur-covered chairs." Heh. This makes Andy guffaw. There is also praise for the "hot, eye-candy waiters." Chris makes a "Thanks, gay guys!" face. Fans of the place say that the Mosaic restaurant is potentially a "star restaurant." Food score is 22, décor is 18, and service is 21. Mosaic has a total of 61, and the victory. And one thing I really liked is that the team immediately starts to congratulate Raj. In victory, they're willing to give the back-patting to the PM, and that's nice. Jenn C. sort of rolls her eyes, and Stacy looks at the boys enviously. Trump congratulates the team, and Raj says that they're "now moving up to higher-octane fuel." Trump turns back to Apex and asks them how they feel about it, and Jenn C. pronounces herself "very surprised." She says it was "the tightest [their] team has ever been," and she's "shocked." Trump next informs Mosaic that as their reward for the victory, they'll be going to meet "one of the greatest leaders in the country, Rudy Giuliani." Eh. Trump promises that Rudy will talk to them about leadership. And, undoubtedly, why they should pull that lever and vote Republican in the fall. Apex, Trump will see back in the Boardroom.
Mosaic goes to meet Rudy. Oh, and Mrs. Rudy, also. John explains all of Rudy's great accomplishments, and Rudy shows them in the office his plaque that says, "I'M RESPONSIBLE." Not exactly a witticism, but...all right. ["I actually have a picture of that plaque on my bulletin board." -- Sars] A discussion of leadership follows, in which Rudy tells them that real leaders know what they believe, blah dee blah. John finds Rudy inspirational. No compromising on moral issues and so forth. I find the reward the most boring part of the show, as usual. Unless it's going to be incredibly tacky like the Trumpartment so that I can relish the hideousness, it's just killing time.