Trump turns to Curtis, who says Sinbad was an average leader because he didn't give clear direction. Michael agrees. Blago begins a long-winded oration about Sinbad's strengths and weaknesses, which is interrupted by Sharon wondering out loud if Blago's eyes are too close together. She says he looks like "a bit half-baked" and needs to be put back in the oven. Man, I hope this guy sticks around, just to see how the editors make him look bad week after week. Kick ass. We return to some more Blago rambling. Trump eventually curtails it by telling Blago to stop being so political and just say what he really thinks. Blago fudges that Sinbad could have been stronger in delegation.
Then to Goldberg, who says he's flabbergasted they lost. He thinks they underestimated the women, which diluted their message. Upstairs, the women continue to take offended that the men wouldn't expect them to win (even though they were short a team member and got their asses whooped last week) and retaliate with catty comments about penis size.
Trump tells Sinbad to pick two teammates to bring back into the boardroom. He brings back Bret, obviously, and Blago because he likes him a little less than everyone else. Trump picks up that Bret is the obvious target. Everyone heads out so Trump and his spawn can caucus. Trump tells the women to turn off their televisions, prompting them to speculate who will be fired. They think it'll probably be Bret, which Cyndi finds crazy. Out in the lobby, Bret and Sinbad calmly discuss that it'll definitely be one of them that goes. Blago sways back and forth, undoubtedly thinking about balloons. Ahhhhh, goldenrod.
Inside, Don says Sinbad didn't listen to the executives. Ivanka notes Sinbad's disorganization but thinks Bret's walkout was worse. Trump calls the fellows back. Bret immediately admits he's not surprised but hopes he gets another chance. He says Sinbad ended up doing a great job, but the first day was very "discombuberated." Quizzical looks from the Trumps. Blago, too, argues he (Blago) should stay then babbles for a bit about delegating and freelancing and what-not. Dizzied by locution, Trump asks Sinbad once again why he's put Blago on the chopping block. Sinbad repeats that everyone else was better. Don wonders why Blago didn't step up to be PM. Blago says he thought Sinbad was better suited to a creative task.