Upstairs at Donald's, he's asking the execs who was best on the task: Chris liked Derek and Muna, though he found the kiosk staff "underwhelming"; Bret thought Arrow was "aggressive" (word) and that Frank stood out in particular, and then he asks for my phone number, and then we totally make out on a pile of Trump's money, and he has a heart attack from seeing this but he doesn't die, but the experience finally teaches him to love, and he hugs Donald Junior, and DJ never ever makes that face he always makes again, in his whole life. And all of this, the Trump family saved, so many crises averted, because Bret from that travel website finally gave in. What a guy.
Surya manages to be annoying simply when applying Chapstick, Trump and DJ come in, and they're both making that face, because the fact is that Bret never called me and we never made out on a pile of money. It was all merely a fantasy. Trump's wearing his pink tie again, which is kind of a victory I guess, because I think he looks nice in that pink tie. I also like how he only brought four ties with him to LA, even though you'd think he'd have a separate jet built for his neckties, considering...you know what, what's with neckties? What's the semiotics of neckties? Why do we wear them? I know from fashion, like, what they do to your body and your face and how the colors work, but I'm thinking more like how they happened. Whatever, anyway, Trump asks Surya how Arrow did: "In a word? Amazing." You think so? "Absolutely." Everything he says pisses me off now, I don't know. That word amazing, looking at it right now it's like the most annoying word in the whole world, next to absurd. Shut the hell up, Surya. Trump notes, apropos of nothing -- but for the eighteenth week running -- that if they lose this week, they're all going to say Surya is a horrible leader. I think he thinks it's last week. Like how last week he thought it was the week before, and fired Aaron, and now he's thinking it's Surya's first week again, but he's been on the team for like two or three tasks, and I think we have to face up to the fact that someday soon we're going to have to put Uncle Donald in a home, because if you're going to become demented, wouldn't you want to live and remember fondly some other time period than fucking Season Six of The Apprentice? Seriously?
Trump asks Kinetic how Aimee was as leader, and Jenn and Derek are both sad about how bad she sucks.