Breakfast is served. Tana says, "Mangia," and everyone acts like it's cool. It's a callback! It's an inside joke! They all are socially connected in a positive way through networking!
Back in the L-Pal, Stephanie says to Alex that if the team is to survive, they know that Chris has to go, and Alex agrees. Stephanie hints that if she brings Angie to the final table, Angie won't "gun for Chris." Stephanie proposes to take Alex in with her and Chris, so that the two of them, I guess, can "gun for Chris." She thinks that would definitely get Chris gone, but Alex doesn't agree at all. Alex interviews that "Chris is a giant unhewn stone, under which I believe there's a great sculpture." Wow. Twee! Alex says that if they could get him to chill out, the team would actually be better off with Chris and without Stephanie. ["He's not nearly the wordsmith he gives himself credit for, but I agree with Alex." -- Sars] Chris has more potential, while "Stephanie has used up everything she has." Alex tells Stephanie she shouldn't think he'll be going out to "solely go after Chris." Ahem. I don't think Stephanie's reading the writing on the wall, even though it's in really big letters.
Ding! Net Worth gets off the elevator and files into the Boardroom. Trump enters. He asks them about the fact that they lost. He asks Alex about going from winner to loser. Alex says he was surprised that they lost, and knew they sold a ton of pizzas. He says that Magna got more early traffic than they did. Asked about Chris, Stephanie says that he's "very difficult to manage," and tells Trump about finding out later that Chris threatened Alex while she wasn't there. Asked whether Chris really threatened him, Alex says that he did feel that Chris was being threatening. Chris smiles sarcastically. Trump asks why Chris would have wanted to fight him, and Alex says it was because Chris thought he was flirting with the models. Alex describes the confrontation, and he says that he's had people throw punches at him, which I believe, because...Federalist Society. Anyway, Chris insists that he certainly was never intending to punch Alex. Chris says that Alex got in his face and he admits that he did respond all, "Get the fuck out of my face." Trump asks Stephanie whether she was around, and she says she wasn't, because she was delivering pizzas in Brooklyn. She does know, however, that Chris was swearing.