Later, Apex converges on the Trumpartment. Ivana says, as they get on the elevator, "We're going to have dinner with Trumpy!" Trumpy? TRUMPY? And yes, there was a monster in a Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode who was named Trumpy, and unless she thinks that Donald looks a little bit like a biped furry anteater, Ivana is barking up the wrong tree. The Trumpartment is still really, really gilded and really, really tacky. I sort of have nothing to add. Ivana says, "I feel like I can't touch anything." That's probably because there are still little tags attached to everything of value in the apartment that say, "Not To Be Touched By Ivana, By Order of the Trump Guard." Melania emerges, showing off her boobs in a blue halter number, and Baldford talks about how Melania is "a fantastic hostess," and "how a royal person would act." By which he means, "Nice ya-yas." Well, he might mean, "Wow, nice ya-yas for a classy chick," but that's as much as I'm giving him. He talks about how "gracious" she was, and then Donald appears to join them for dinner. "So far, so good, right?" Donald asks, and they're all like, "Um, yeah!" Because what choice do they have? "Good, except that your fiancée is too shiny." Trump makes a lame joke about how Baldford did a good job in spite of being a man, like, ha ha ha. Baldford's all happy about being king of the chicks.
Saxophone music carries us from dinner at the Trumpartment to Mosaic cooling its heels in S5. Raj finds all of this "humiliating." I secretly suspect he finds it especially humiliating losing to girls, which is why I'm extra-happy it happened. John complainterviews that the girls are getting to know Trump "on a more personal level" (as if Trump has a more personal level), which he thinks is really important. He would give up all the other rewards for time with Trump. I don't know, dude. It didn't do much for Nick. Raj serves the boys something disgusting for dinner. I don't even know what that is, but it doesn't look good.