Alone with Trump, all Janice can say is that both teams worked very hard. Over and over. The teams come back in, and for once Reb stays on the crutches, I guess because there aren't any hands in the room she hasn't shaken in the last hour, and the execs start to talk about the two teams, and my TiFaux gives out. I knew I forgot to make proper bloody tribute to MSOLM this week! So frustrating, but I'm able to come up with a copy through sheer force of will and legality. "How do you think you did," asks Trump, and Randal says that Excel did a great job and Rebecca was a ginchy PM. Felisha burbles about the awesomeness of Capital Edge, and Alla, with the morose appearance of someone who's just simultaneously contracted walking pneumonia, Epstein-Barr, mononucleosis, and spontaneous serotonin depletion a few seconds ago, mutters almost silently, "I think we...did really well, Mr. Trump." Seriously, you want to ask which of her dogs it is that just died, and how long it took. Cut to Felisha just now realizing there's something afoot. Lord.
Janice: Excel did a good job, she thinks, and she especially liked the storyline approach. "You showed how people's lives would change if they incorporated this product." Ouch. Dustin does his best for Cap Edge, saying they gave a good, strong "call to action," but their (nonexistent) storyline was more difficult to follow. Janice spits that there was too much going on, it was impossible to understand, relied too heavily on visuals, and didn't have the power of characters, like Excel's video. This is inter-cut with the expected orgy of disappointment and self-hatred from Felisha, and Alla's flat and flinty-eyed refusal to be associated with this failure in any way. Janice names the "clear winner," Excel, and Alla looks deadly, and Felisha looks punched, because she's now going home. Rebecca and Randal, however, are going to be sailing around Manhattan on the Shearwater, an awesome schooner from the '20s. He tells them that, as they go on to bigger and better things, they will each get their own yacht, if that's what they choose. It's weird.