Trump returns to Danny, saying that he's looking safer and safer by the minute. Todd jumps in to say that Danny was "uncontrollable," and Trump tries to be all, "Well, you didn't control him," but I'm really not that sure how much more Todd could have done. ["From what we saw, he did nothing. Didn't give Danny a deadline or boundaries of any kind, didn't require status reports not that any of that would have worked, but it was never attempted. There's a difference between delegating and abdicating." -- Sars] "Todd, you couldn't manage him," Trump says. Trump then returns to Alex, berating him for doing "a lousy job." Trump is warming up for the boot, and he goes after Todd for not training enough people, and Danny for being "a total disaster," but in the end, he returns to Todd. No leadership, no controlling Danny or helping Alex. "You're fired." He sends them out.
As Todd makes his sad exit, Trump and the Viceroys talk about Todd being "a bad leader," and Carolyn says that "Danny was a convenient scapegoat for everybody." Todd gets in the cab and leaves. Farewell, Todd. I am sad that you never answered the phone shirtless, I think.
In his taxi interview, Todd says that this wasn't exactly the outcome he was looking for. "Really, really bummed" is his description. He says he overdelegated, and he was "hung out to dry" by Danny, who didn't do well. But he wishes everyone luck, except for Danny, of course. And then he begs for a job, if anyone happens to be hiring. Ow.
Next week: Fighting! Yelling! Motel renovations! Someone walking off the job! Trump being in a new position! I just can't wait. I mean, I can, but they chose not to give me more than five damn minutes between seasons, so there's no waiting, I suppose.