Trump tells Stephanie she can bring two people. Who is she going to let go back up to the Love Palace? The safe person will be Angie. Trump says he's "a little surprised at that," but he sends Angie up and sends the others into the lobby. "They're giving you a hard time, Stephanie," Trump says as she leaves, and he cautions her to fight harder when she gets back in.
In the Boardroom, George expresses surprise that Angie was allowed to go when Angie didn't seem to do a whole lot. Trump asks that Angie was also negative about Stephanie, and he'd think you'd bring her for that reason. Carolyn, on the other hand, isn't that surprised, because she thinks the boys are being brought in for fighting. Carolyn says Chris "definitely has a temper," and then Trump buzzes Robin to let everybody back in.
The candidates re-enter. When they're seated, Trump asks Alex what's up. Alex says that Chris is "excitable," and has a "short fuse," and Stephanie had trouble managing it. Stephanie says that Chris's swearing and yelling makes him "very difficult to work with." She returns to the popular theme of threatening, which Alex isn't even making all that big a deal out of at this point. Trump asks again whether Chris threatened Alex, and Alex reiterates that that was his interpretation. Chris insists that he didn't get up in Alex's face all puffed-up the way Alex is suggesting. Alex insists he can only share what his perception was, and he perceived a threat. Chris says that to be physically threatening, you have to put your hands on someone. Which what? No, Chris. That's going to get you a lesson someday from, like, a district attorney.
Trump returns to Stephanie, asking her whether, assuming Chris really is hard to manage, she's got the leadership skills to handle such a person. Contrary to all available evidence, she insists that she does. Chris is asked if Stephanie is tough enough, and Chris, of course, says she isn't. Stephanie makes a yooge mistake by saying, "I am not used to working in a volatile environment!" Hee. Unsurprisingly, Trump tells her that "life is volatile," and Stephanie tries to say she's talking about all the swearing and such, and that's really something she shouldn't be doing, because opinions on that vary way too much for that to be your argument. Chris says that he may have gotten a little wound up, and as to his temper, he says it's "another thing in [his] life that [he's] working on." Trump, moving from poking the crazy to poking The Crazy, is like, "Oh, so do you have a psychological problem?" Chris says he doesn't; it's just that some people who aren't used to hanging around with the very intense, so they perceive (wrongly, of course) his enthusiasm to be something negative. I hate people who think it's negative when I tell them to get the fuck out of my face and spit at them that they don't speak facts. Some people are so sensitive. Trump tells everyone that Chris isn't "refined," but he made a pantload of money, and you know that Trump respects that. Well, to the degree he respects anything besides gold trim.