In a truly, truly great line, Assorama says, "Well, Heidi speaks her mind, but what's on her mind isn't always that appealing." HA HA HA! Brilliant. Thank you, Assorama, for rather succinctly explaining to this particular kind of personality -- the "you can't criticize me for anything I say as long as it's what I really think" kind -- that you are not interesting just because you are sincere. Assorama goes on to say that Heidi "was not demonstrating CEO-quality performance." We see Heidi in the bathroom, joyfully singing Meredith Brooks's "Bitch," because she is severely irony-impaired. Yes, I know she thinks she's doing it ironically. I'm saying she missed the second level of irony.
In the VersaCorp Van of Victory, Bill brings up the issue of today's Boardroom session. The girls all talk about how dirty it's going to be, and Ereka says that she had to pull Heidi aside this morning and tell her to chill out. Bill wonders if Kristi could get fired if she brings the wrong people into the room. Nick says no way -- Kristi's going to get the same thing Kwame got last week, which is the "you did badly, but you have potential, and I'm keeping you" speech. Which I think is how Donald stays married, also. (Cheap Ivana joke! One point!) They all agree that Trump has clearly been impressed with Kristi in the past, and they can't imagine he'll just dump her for this one event. Ereka thinks Kristi did a good job in the initial Boardroom meeting. Eh. "It's definitely going to be bloody," says...someone. Amy? Someone prescient, at any rate.
The members of VersaCorp arrive at Yankee Stadium. Nick says that he's excited about going to the stadium and meeting Steinbrenner. Donald arrives to take them into the meeting. The Hair is quite disturbed by the breeze, and attempts to hold itself in place using its buttress and stake system. Trump chats with Nick on the way up in the elevator, all, "Nick, you did it, huh?" The "finally" is implied.
Trump takes VersaCorp into the Yankees offices, and the first thing we see is Trump and Steinbrenner exchanging "I love you"s. No, really. Like, "I love you." "I love you, too." Eh? ["What? They love each other! Don't be so narrow-minded!" -- Wing Chun] "I knew there'd be pretty girls!" says Steinbrenner. So he knows a little something about how you get in good with Donald. He invites all the apprentices to sit down.