Boardroom. The teams are seated, when Trump walks in and wastes no time in letting them know this is difficult because he didn't like either space much. Which is when it's time for a commercial, so they all have plenty of time to think about their actions before he gets to the spanking. After the break, he repeats the same line, but says he does like one slightly more than the other. He tells Gene they almost lost a crewmember because the carpet wasn't attached, which is dangerous stuff, worthy of litigation. He asks who was responsible, and Anand says it was him. Trump asks if he didn't have the brainpower to handle that, and says twice that he almost lost a crewmember. Uh, melodramatic much there, Mr. Trump?
Anyway, he asks David what he thought of Gene. He was proud of him by the end, but he says the beginning was tough because there are eight different personalities coming together at first. He says Gene's orders were barked and sporadic at first, but by Day 2, he was great. Steuart agrees they pulled together as a team on the second day. Trump asks who Gene's weakest link is, and Gene says there was conflict on the first day. Trump asks again who was the weakest, meaning "no imagination, no brain, no nothing." Gene says it's tough, and it's between David and James. He says David added discord to the team, but James was more subversive and negative. James is shocked about that, because he didn't know Gene felt that way. Ivanka says she's surprised to hear Gene say that since James was the leader when she showed up and Gene was away. Then Trump asks about conflict, and Gene says there was some between Clint and David. Trump asks David, who says Gene just threw himself under the bus because it was his fault. What I love about this is that Trump is obviously making them do this because they won and there needs to be drama for both teams, but they're totally buying in and fighting with each other now, so they won't even be able to celebrate the win they're about to have.