This week, we see the first return from the Boardroom, as the dismissed Nick comes into the bedroom and lets his suitcase drop to the floor. Have you ever noticed that there are knickknack shelves on the wall of this bedroom that have no knickknacks on them? I'm sorry, you can have murals, expensive appliances, and a big-ass computer monitor, but it just isn't home without bric-a-brac. As he takes off his jacket, we see Nick interview that he doesn't expect Amy to be fired, because it's her first loss, and he thinks that if she holds it together, she should be fine. Before long, we see the glamorous high-heeled feet of Amy come in the door, and she calls out, "Nobody here to greet me? I can't believe this!" For she is Amy, and she has arrived, and all conversation and activity unrelated to her shall cease. I like how when she walks in, you can see halfway up her thighs and it still looks like she's naked except for her shoes. It's really goofy that Amy, who looked like the least sexed-up of the women during the early tasks, has by far the shortest skirts. Should I learn something from that? Nah, probably not.
Nick, noting Amy's return, smiles cryptically over his Sam Adams. As Boyfriend Bill and Troy stir in their beds, Kwame gives Amy a big hug and congratulates her. Amy interviews that Katrina "was ready to go home," so she actually felt fairly confident heading into the Boardroom that she wasn't going to be fired. I'm not sure if that means "ready" like a person who's lost her will to compete or "ready" like a Thanksgiving turkey, but there you go. Back in S4, Kwame asks for the rundown. Amy says there's not a lot to tell, and notes that everyone had been to the Boardroom at least once except for her. As she says this, there's a big shot of Bill yawning, which is punctuated with a big music cue like he's terribly bored. Which, in fairness, I'm sure he is, but he also just woke up, so as soporific as Amy is, that's probably not why he's yawning. (This time.) She goes on to talk about how Trump acknowledged the strength of her "track record." Bill interviews that Amy's ego is growing by the day, and to that I can only say, "Amen, brother." He says she has a bit of a "god complex." I think he means something more like "homecoming queen complex," but that might have come off as patronizing.