The next morning, Kelly answers the Rhonaphone in his black boxers. I do believe I could do without the shiny panties, Kelly. She tells him to meet Trump at the new Trump Place property, which is apparently a new project, because Trump found some money in the pocket of last year's winter coat, and he used it for a big shiny building. Kevin takes a shower. Ivana employs her electric toothbrush. Ew, for brushing her teeth! Man, you people. Andy gels his hair as he tells us that it's going to be him against Kelly. "He's 37, or 70...he's old." Hee hee. Andy goes on to say that he's going to try to make the case for "youth and creativity." It's ironic that in the close-ups of the gelled hair, I think I got a glimpse of Andy thinning on top.
We arrive at Trump Place, where my least favorite part of the show -- the "Trump hangs out before they arrive" segment -- follows. Trump is yammering about the great success of the building and chatting with the head of Pepsi, who would like you to know that his company is launching something called Pepsi Edge. You might hear a few more mentions of it in the next 45 minutes or so, but he thought he'd tell you now, in case you miss it. Trump promises that Pepsi Edge will be "very successful," because he personally will have anyone who refuses to drink it bankrupted and driven out of decent society. Or at least the part where Trump lives, so...no more beauty pageants. Trump, the Viceroys, and Captain Pepsi go to meet the candidates, who are just arriving. Trump tells Apex that they have one too many people, and they need to send somebody over to Mosaic. Hey, just like Kelly wanted! Apparently without discussion, PM Kelly says that they'll be sending over Jen. Trump asks why, and Kelly says, "Because, ew." Not really. He actually says that they want to keep the strongest possible team together. So, Trump infers, Kelly thinks Jen isn't the strongest. "I do not think Jen is the strongest," he says. Trump reminds Kevin of his exemption, and then it's time to explain the task.