Trump asks the always-potentially-explosive Chris whom he would fire, and he says he'd fire Audrey, for being generally the weakest person on the team. And he says it without yelling. Good show, Chris! Asked for his thoughts, John basically says the same thing, that for the sake of the team, they'd be better off with Tara and without Audrey than the other way around. Audrey looks a little stunned. Trump asks Audrey how she feels about this turn of events, and Audrey says that she is "so furious" that her team perceives her that way. But when Craig is asked whom he would fire, he says that the concept was all about Tara from top to bottom. Tara then gives a speech in which she claims that she can't think of everything, and that's why the rest of the team is there. "Well, but you are the leader," Trump says dubiously. Trump now tells her to pick two people to come to the final table, and Tara picks Audrey and Craig. John, Angie, Chris, and Tana head up to the suite, while Tara, Audrey, and Craig go into the lobby to wait. Trump, George, and NotCarolyn stare after them with hatred.
While the candidates cool their heels, Trump and the Viceroys talk. NotCarolyn says that she was surprised that Tara pulled in Craig, but it looked personal -- presumably since Craig had just advocated Tara's firing. "He sold her out," NotCarolyn says. And...what? George says that, to him, it's between Craig and Tara, and they need to know why she brought Craig with her. Trump calls for the candidates.
As he is wont to do, Trump makes a great fuss over Craig pulling out Tara's chair, and for how many seasons do you suppose he can do that same "joke" without figuring out that no one finds it charming but him? Trump asks Tara why she brought Craig in with her. She says that Craig was her right hand, and also that he had "skirmishes with Audrey," which were distracting. Asked if she did fight with Craig, Audrey acknowledges that she did. She says that Craig has a way of behaving like you're a child, and that's not really her thing, so much.
Craig jumps in here for one of the...weirdest Boardroom speeches ever, in which he says that he's talked to Audrey, and she's newly married (two months, as Trump confirms). And then there's something about how Audrey told Craig her husband doesn't do anything? (Which Audrey vehemently denies ever having said.) And then there's something about...how Audrey "loves the fact that she makes more money" than her husband, and the whole thing gets really, really weird at this point, because I can't for the life of me figure out what he's getting at, or how he justifies bringing in the reputations of outside people who have absolutely nothing to do with this stupid show. That's really low, honestly. Audrey protests that she doesn't take charge at home. Asked to confirm whether he would still fire Tara, Craig confirms that he would, and adds that if they're still wondering, Tara certainly did come up with their concept before they met with Sony. Craig points out that Tara owned the idea right up until the point where it flopped.