This Show Is Going To Be Cracked-Out Shark-Jumping Awesome: Exhibit D
Ivanka points out that Team Heidi and the creatures of the forest were washing the cars themselves, while in Martin's case, he was wearing his tie. Also, I should mention this, he had a pink shirt on inside out over another shirt, and looked like an idiot. Martin agrees that this was lazy and stupid, and reminds her also about how he complained first thing about how tired he was, even though he had obviously done nothing at any point. Stupid. Ivanka's like, "Right, and remember how I told you not to say shit like that? Why are you like this? You're horrible!" Martin asks everybody to agree, however, that he was a really hard worker. The people in the room are reluctant to sign on for that, for some reason. Tim agrees that Martin was a piss-poor salesman and should stay away from sales; Aaron admits that he heard through the grapevine that Martin was the weak link. I don't know where Aaron was for the latter two-thirds of the task, because he's so boring he's barely alive, but I do know the first hour was spent playing at Kinko's, instead of using that God-given face to sell some fucking stuff. Martin is like, "But I was really great, right?" Nobody can even hear him, anymore. That's how over him we are. Trump asks once more for Frank to cough up his strategy, again Frank cannot.
Trump: "Listen, Frank. Listen. Listen, list -- listen. What was it?"
Frank: "Blah blah blah blah blah."
Ivanka asks Frank to confirm that during the first hour he was "making photocopies," and he does, stupidly. He congratulates himself on this "tactic" and how it worked so "excellent." Martin starts yelling and calling him "sir" about how they lost 45 minutes of critical time sir and made executive decisions on his behalf, sir. He's like this close to busting out a polka-dotted handkerchief or fanning himself or something. I just got gayer by watching him do this, is what I'm saying. Frank tries to split a hair about how they didn't lose by very much, maybe like one car, and Trump points out that somehow this is both irrelevant and also relevant. Frank's response: "I am a New Yorker!" You know what? Fuck you. This is gross. I'm going to wrap it up with some choice quotes and paraphrases, because everybody likes a good round of Death Is Not An Option, but that game is fun because there's humor and whatever involved, whereas this is like, "Cancer or AIDS?" How fun is that? How fun was it to watch?