Trump reads the team out for not getting along once they lose, which is kind of ridiculous considering that he basically drags people in and forces them to insult each other personally with comments like "Who's smarter?" Sandy says that all she wants is credit where credit is due. Trump affirms that the team is giving her absolutely no credit for anything. She's like, "Yeah, I noticed." Andy jumps in, saying that he has a reputation for always sharing the glory. "Who gave you that reputation, Andy?" Sandy asks incredulously. And...exactly. You can't really talk about your own good reputation for anything without looking a little silly. Trump says that all this just shows that "losing's a bitch." Guess what? Jen repeats it right after him, almost like she's an accomplished sycophant when it comes to Trump. Go figure that.
Trump forces the issue by asking whether Sandy did anything, surprised to hear Andy basically claiming that Jen did everything. Andy gives Sandy credit for the label only, in spite of the fact that -- as we saw -- she developed the specifics of the game, which was just about the only thing I liked about their entire campaign.
When did I start wanting to defend Sandy? Cripes.
Trump tells Andy everybody's coming back to the final table, so everybody should shut up and wait outside. As they all pace, Trump asks George what he thought, and George says he "liked the way Sandy defended herself." George says Andy has to be considered, since he "wasn't strong enough to have a winning concept." Carolyn says she's very curious about the fact that every PM they get in here winds up defending Jen, whether or not it's in their own interests to do so. "Maybe she's smart," Trump says. "Maybe she's smart," Carolyn agrees, "but let's try to figure that one out."