Capital Edge chooses "Sex at Work" for their lesson, while Excel picks "Stand Out: Making Your Mark" for theirs. The audience members give Excel the advantage, slightly, with a 7.07 compared to Capital Edge's rating of 6.98.
Trump finds out that Clay is gay in this episode. In addition, it is revealed that Adam is Jewish.
This is the first time that the viewers find out what time the boardroom occurred since season one, when there was a clock in the boardroom waiting area.
Carolyn: Markus, I think you believe in the "cover your ass" theory.
Trump: I've never heard of classy sex in the workplace.
Felisha: Clay was the King of Awkward Moments during this presentation.
Randal: I would rather have us speaking confidently about a safe subject matter than risk the opportunity of looking ignorant on a subject we thought would have a zest.
Adam: When Markus is talking, it's like jamming a lot of random words together and calling them a sentence.
Clay: I don't think Adam wanted to use the word 'sex' because, frankly, I don't think he's ever had sex.
Trump: (About Kelly) He's been learning a lot, and having fun too. I hope.
Kelly: I've been learning a lot.
Trump: Does that mean you haven't been having fun?
Trump: Let's see if we can find some other good people. I don't know if they're Kellys, but we'll find out.
Alla: (About the four fired in last episode) You guys, at 12:00 I'm declaring them done.
Markus: None of us have enough time. It's easy to say, "Gee, time is what it is, and-and let's not think about it." But it's really is, it is, what meaning you give it. And then start talking about how, how that, how those two things can...can...can end up in results.
Randal's exemption is the final exemption of the season, seeing as how Clay is not awarded one by his teammates in the next episode and the exemptions stop in the final six.
Excel's majority votes to give Randal exemption for next week. This is the fifth unanimous vote in a row, and the second time it was for Randal to be exempt.
Project Manager Adam chooses to bring Clay and Markus into the boardroom. Markus, although not responsible for Capital Edge's loss, is fired for his problem of repeatedly talking too much.
Randal is transferred back to Excel to make up for the 6-3 deficit obtained from the quadruple firing in the previous episode.
The Project Managers in this episode are Randal for Excel and Adam for Capital Edge. Randal's team wins. Randal is now the leading Project Manager, with a win-loss record of 2-0. Adam is the last person to be Project Manager.
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