Trump asks Sandy who did the worst job, and Sandy says it was Jen, for "going under the radar." "You know I've worked hard with you, Sandy," Jen says in her disapproving tone. Sandy's like, "Yeah, bitch, that's why I'm not crazy about you getting here and saying I don't do anything." Only it takes her longer than that to say it. Jen cranks up her routine a few more notches, ultimately saying, "I didn't see any contribution out of you." As Jen and Andy scowl, Sandy points out that she was in charge of the label, which Pepsi liked, and the game, which Pepsi liked. What Pepsi didn't like was the bottle, and who was in charge of the bottle? Oh, that's right. That was Jen. Jen asks the totally irrelevant and weird question of why Sandy has never said anything before about Jen flying under the radar. Uh, because...why would she? Sandy responds by asking Jen why she thinks her team made the decision to get rid of her (Sandy, that is). Jen comes back by saying that Andy tattled to her that Ivana wanted her (Jen, that is) gone, which...why would that shed light on what Sandy asked? Putting Jen on the other team wouldn't be a good way of getting her fired. It would be far better to keep her on the team and gang up on her, so Ivana trying to get Jen fired doesn't seem to be the reason she was kicked off her own team. What Sandy takes away from this, entirely correctly, is that Jen and Andy coordinated their attack on her ahead of time, which Andy falsely states is "not true." Sandy asks why Andy, if he just intended to tell the truth in the Boardroom and had nothing to hide, didn't tell her what his plan was. "Because I wanted to tell Jen that she was stronger!" Andy says, looking perhaps as stupid as he has at any time in the entire show. "So she can come in here and back you up, Andy?" Sandy says, and she's...right again.
Trump jumps in. "You know what, Andy? For the United States debating champion, you're being beaten pretty badly by Sandy." Which is exactly the case. George asks Andy why he didn't tell Sandy he had concluded she was weaker, if he was just kind of letting everybody know where they stood. Sandy, having some fun now, is like, "Yeah, why?" Heh. I have no idea how it happened, but the second time I watched this, I totally started enjoying her. "Because I didn't feel it was relevant," Andy says preposterously. Not relevant? Oh, Andy. You can do better than that. You must be able to do better than that.