In the middle of the task, Randal attends his grandmother's funeral in Philadelphia.
Rona's call to the candidates was skipped in this episode. The last time this happened was in season three's "Seams Stress."
Rebecca is injured during Capital Edge's reward when she falls on the ice and badly sprains her ankle.
Marshawn is the first African-American woman to win as Project Manager, seeing as how Omarosa and Tara each lost as Project Manager, Stacie J. was fired before she even got to be Project Manager, and Verna quit before she got the chance to be Project Manager.
Trump: (To Chris) . . . Unfortunately, I have to be honest with you, Chris. I asked you to make a smart business decison and you made an emotional one. Markus was not the reason you lost this task. And I'm telling you, don't bring him in because he was the only one who was right. And I'm telling you, don't bring him back in! Bring in Mark! Get Mark back in the room! (Slams his hand on the table and points at Chris) You're fired, Chris!
Trump: (To Chris) You're fired. You have great potential. Now get out of here. (To Markus) Markus, I don't see you lasting long.
Markus: I'll prove you wrong. (Trump rolls his eyes).
George: (About Markus) I think we may have to get a muzzle for him. He talks too much.
Trump: Pardon the tuxedo. I don't like wearing tuxedoes in boardrooms. I like wearing tuxedoes to ballrooms, which is where I'm going next.
Kristi: I didn't know anything about hockey. All I knew was that they threw people up against the wall, which is cool.
Kristi: (About Marshawn) She never got her feet wet!
Trump: (In response to the lowercase "Italian," to Excel) What, do you not respect Italians?
Linda: That's the difference between men and women. Men say it, women feel it.
Mark: I've never been so sure of a victory in my life. I am guaranteeing this team a victory,
Chris: I've always wanted to say this! It's a wrap!
Chris: If you can't have the responsibility and the wherewithal to direct traffic, how in the world can you run one of Mr. Trump's companies?
Josh: (About Markus) You might even think he's part of the women's team.
Trump: Trump Park Avenue is luxury, and so is the word "Lamborghini."
Trump: In fact, a year ago, Omarosa got hit on the head with a piece of plaster, but if you were listening to her, it was a brick.
Like Kristi in the previous episode, Project Manager Chris chooses to bring back only one person, Markus, into the boardroom. But Chris is fired for trying to scapegoat Markus and for not bringing the only other person responsible for Excel's loss, Mark, into the boardroom.
Capital Edge's majority votes to give Marshawn exemption for next week because of her good leadership. One candidate on Capital Edge, however, Kristi, votes not to give Marshawn the exemption because she feels she was too hands-off.
The Project Managers in this episode are Chris for Excel and Marshawn for Capital Edge. Marshawn's team wins.
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