T-Square smells the meat. "So she screwed up with Marc Bouwer? And you didn't say that because?" Allie points at Roxanne, how maybe she would sit back and not say anything, but Allie doesn't roll that way. Roxanne explains the way about going, which is that you don't start slap fights with people, you approach from a position of diplomacy and cooperation. Allie's not hearing it, Mr. Trump, and goes off about how everybody in the world hates Roxanne because she fights her Project Managers and she couldn't get along with Tammy -- back to the lie from the beginning of the episode -- and Roxanne's like, "Tammy was attacking my character." Correctly, but I see your point. Roxanne says that Allie can be very demanding, and Allie says that she's demanding with herself. Roxanne explains that her personal way about going is to be a hard worker, and work until the end. Allie cleverly points out that this can be a weakness, citing the cruise line and tailgater tasks as examples, and ones in which she was instrumental in the win. The first, I don't know about, but the second one she was golden. Roxanne's like, "Ellis Island? I saved her ass."
Bringing up each other's task records? Smart. Citing past interpersonal issues that Trump has seen firsthand? Smart. Talking over each other and being all "that is outrageous" and "I don't recall that"? Irritating, but everybody has done it, and usually with a lot more drama and eye-rolling and fake-sighs than here. The loudness? A double-edged beast, because there's a feedback issue. Keeping the focus on proven ability instead of just talking unadulterated smack? Classy and smart. Here's some stuff they didn't do: Imply that the other person smelled like feces. Explain in small words the purpose of money and the exchange of currency for good sand services to a captain of industry. Float the idea that the other one should already be working for her. Explain in small words the cracks in Trump's belief system, while begging to be fired. Refer to the other as a great idea for the next star of a clown movie, make any death threats, or actually lose their entire set of marbles. They just did what they were supposed to do, and did it more civilly than any Boardroom this season, and in the top three of class-act Boardrooms I've ever seen.