Time to visit the Boardroom and get the results. This actually appears to take place on the same night the task ended, because Amy is still in that fugly sweater wrap. When they're all seated, Trump strolls in. He asks them how it was, and Troy says he thinks his team "did really fantastic." And how about Nick? He, too, thinks his team "did real well." Trump asks Nick whether he and Amy might someday live in a place like that "as husband and wife." Oh, come on, Trump. That's low, even for you. Amy, however, takes the focus off the tacky comment with her even tackier answer: "I told him he better start sellin' lots of copiers." Ew. What a brat. They compliment the Trumpenthouse, of course, because they think they have to. "Oh, you're just saying that," Trump says dismissively. Oh, how I do sometimes love Donald.
Now, it's time for the results. Bernie announces that Protégé completed a lease in the amount of $35,001. Troy smiles. Carolyn announces, however, that VersaCorp's lease agreement is for $40,000. "Good job, guys," Bill says to Nick and Amy. Nick corrects Carolyn that the lease is actually for $40,800. She graciously agrees and corrects herself. Heh. Trump asks Troy if he's disappointed. He says he is. Asked whether he's surprised, Bill "Gas Up The Jet" Rancic insists that he would never underestimate Nick and Amy, and knew they were "tough competitors." Trump announces that as the winners, Nick and Amy will be taking a trip on the Trump jet for lunch tomorrow at Mar-a-Lago. Interestingly, with regard to Nick and Amy, he also makes the comment, "If this match doesn't work out, I'd be amazed," which I'm not sure is a compliment to either one of them. Protégé, meanwhile, will have to come to the Boardroom. We go to commercials over shots of Troy, Kwame, and Bill, and I suddenly realize that this is the first Boardroom where I've liked everybody, and where I didn't want to see anybody get fired.
That night, after the results are announced, everyone relaxes in S4. Boyfriend Bill interviews that he's feeling like a bit of an idiot about the "gas up the jet" comment, and would like to retract that. Heh. He and Troy talk about what a tough loss it was, and Troy interviews that he honestly doesn't know what they could have done better. He and Kwame chat while Troy polishes his shoes and Kwame reads a magazine. Troy mutters about how all isn't yet lost, and Kwame just calmly reassures him that he's not giving up at all, it's just the way things go sometimes.