Back inside, Bill's all over getting rid of Stacy. Trump's bemused. "She didn't take any responsibility for her actions!" I think Bill's a good guy, a smart guy, and a competent man. So I concede that he may well be right. But I have no idea what he's talking about. He is also very, very upset, and not in his usual agoraphobic way. He's pissed at Stacy and I don't know why. Is he saying the location thing was her fault? Because she chose the same location as the winning team. It was Pepi's and the team's responsibility to reevaluate once they got there where they should actually stake their claim. Including Stacy, sure. Maybe we didn't see the footage where Stacy said, "This corner, where nobody is: this is where we should be standing." Or maybe Bill thinks she should have held up her hand and said, "I take responsibility for Times Square. Call Giuliani." I have no idea. Is he talking about the Brent thing? Because she did the best she could, with the rest of the team trying to warp it out of her hands. What's he so mad about? Wasn't he...not there? Wouldn't Ivanka be the one to mention whether or not the location was on Stacy's shoulders? I don't know. It's unpleasant to watch, I'll tell you that much. I like my Bill vacant and shivering and emotionless, not weirdly rageful. ["I think he thinks Stacy is trying to get all Title IX about the situation, when in fact she's the only one in the room who isn't doing that. He's not the only one who missed this point but it's a bit surprising coming from Bill." -- Sars] Ivanka says that while Brent is a liability, and won't be around much longer, this one falls on Pepi. "At any point he could have controlled any of these things that were out of control." Which I would agree with, on the condition that Brent just leave now anyway, but because of the way she and Bill have split the double-firing between them, it seems like it will be Pepi and Stacy. I don't believe it. I also don't believe nobody has mentioned the fact that Brent did a thousand times the damage to the "brand" that the bathrobes did. I'm scared of Gillette now, and I wasn't even there.
Into the Boardroom. Trump asks Pepi how he's feeling, and Pepi is feeling that "Brent was a negative force that we couldn't contain," or in other words: Pepi is feeling like going home, because you never, ever say that. "He's imposing, doesn't listen, doesn't provide insight," says Brent, all true and not bullshit like the rest of what just happened, and Brent's screaming and screaming -- and looking over at Trump between every word in the shiftiest, wormiest possible way -- the whole time. Stacy rolls her eyes as Brent screams at Pepi (and names the recap): "You are chaos! And disorganization!" All of a sudden it's Pepi who is the only problem in the world, first birthday parties and five-blade razor "systems" falling and crumbling due to the waves of entropy shooting out of Pepi's person in every direction. Pepi's just like, "See?" And Brent's off again. "Pepi! If you're going to say things that aren't true..." He's getting shriller and weirder. Trump tells him to chill, and he looks to Bill for some reason, I'm guessing because he picked up at some point on Bill's rage-on for Stacy. Ivanka: "How did you guide the team?" Pepi bites the bullet: "I was a consistent leader and a good manager," he says, which I guess he has to believe, or at least say. "You were a disaster," says Trump. Word. Brent interrupts, of course: "When I was out in New York City! I created the buzz! And was a star!" Trump asks Stacy if she would characterize Brent as "a star." She says that "in a clown role," sure he was. Which is diplomatic, if backhanded, because the answer is: "Of his own movie, entitled I Am Surrounded By Meanies And May Have Just Crapped Myself." Brent shrieks about how "disrespectful!" of her teammates Stacy constantly is, and how she didn't show him "respect!" Stacy's like, "Finger in the face much, dick?"