Hatch says that David's a little sensitive and a little delicate, and Ivanka points out that he did call him little, sensitive, and delicate -- things most men don't like to be called -- and he did it over the course of ten seconds. Hatch, totally tone deaf, says he meant no disrespect; he meant delicate emotionally. David just laughs and puts his head in his hand. Because, really, how can you not? Hatch says personalities matter when you're managing people, and he tried. Trump asks Lil Jon who he would fire. Lil Jon says everyone busted their asses, and Trump asks who didn't. Hatch says he doesn't think David did. Both Jose and David ask Hatch if he's kidding. Hatch says that David took eight or ten breaks in a four-hour period, when no one else took breaks. Hatch says Jose didn't bring in ten cents. Trump asks Busey who he'd fire, and he says, without hesitation, "Richard." Then adds, for effect, "Hatch." Trump: "Yeah, I figured you meant him." Rich and Meat Loaf also say Hatch. Hatch says he thought he did a great job managing people, and he's sorry if he offended people. It was the risk he took being first project manager.
Trump says that he's very early into Celebrity Apprentice, but asks him which one is harder, this or Survivor. Hatch says they're very different games, because he was literally in control of who left on Survivor, and here it's all in Trump's hands. He says he did the best he could to show Trump how he can be effective. Trump asks him to bring two people back into the boardroom, and one of the three will be fired. Hatch chooses David and Jose, and Trump's not surprised. All the other guys get to go back to the suite. The ladies have to turn off their TV now, but they all know Hatch is leaving. They think Jose's going to punch him out, though, and Lisa kind of wants to see it. In the boardroom waiting room, Jose tells Hatch not to ever underestimate his intelligence. Ever. Hatch calmly says his perception is that it's not where Jose thinks it is because of the way he called him out for lying, which Hatch says he doesn't do. Jose says he's glad Hatch and others underestimate him. "That's perfect."