In the suite, candidates from both teams gathered around to discuss what had just happened down in the boardroom. Chris and John recounted how they had each told Trump that Audrey was the weakest person on their team. John believed that Net Worth (Street Smarts) would be better off without her. But just then, the front door of the suite opened and Audrey entered, along with Craig. Audrey walked right past the group without saying a word. Kendra said that Audrey looked as if she felt abandoned by her team. In a whispered interview, Audrey said that it really hurt when the others call her a "weak link." She said that being treated as incompetent made her sick to her stomach. Angie declared her team "completely dysfunctional," "completely crippled" and "out of control."
Later that night, Angie talked with Audrey out on the balcony. When Chris came out, Audrey laid into him and said defiantly that she did not come to New York to be treated as a child. Then, with emotion building, Audrey revealed painful memories as she told Chris that her parents both went to prison and her childhood was taken from her. As she held back tears, she said that everything was taken from her. Audrey revealed that when she was seventeen she was homeless and lived out of a car. She declared that she could have taken the easy way out and married rich, but she wanted to earn her way to success through work. She said that she may be beautiful, but even that tormented her as a child. She said that other girls hated her because of her beauty. And she admitted that she had wanted to scar herself so the other girls would stop hating her. John came out and things only got more heated. Audrey accused John of claiming that he was better than her. She told John that she couldn't care less what he had to say and told him to shut up. John's attempt to butter Audrey up with a complement backfired. He said that Audrey would make more money than anyone else in the suite because she was "gorgeous" and a "sweetheart." Audrey took that as an insult to her intellect. She cursed John out and stormed off. In an interview, John claimed that Audrey was too immature to work with. He suggested that she come back in ten years when she might be ready.
The next day, the candidates met with Donald, Carolyn and Ashley Cooper, the chairman of Trump's golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, who would be filling in for George for the week. Trump told the candidates that he loves golf and building golf courses - and now the teams would get the chance to build their own golf courses too… miniature golf courses to be exact. They would each build a course on the Chelsea Piers and manage the business for one day. The team that made the most money would win. The losing team would return to the boardroom where someone would be fired.
When Net Worth sat down to discuss who would be their Project Manager, Audrey volunteered. But with Carolyn observing, John spoke up and said that he wanted the person with the least personal problems to lead… and he said that was Chris. John laid his cards on the table and said that he didn't feel comfortable with Audrey leading the task - especially after she cursed at him and walked away the other day. But Audrey didn't back down. She said that she wasn't going to address personal issues and wanted to focus on business. Audrey said she was willing to step up and take responsibility and become Project Manager. She said that she would bring the best out of each person on her team. After her impassioned speech, the team voted. Craig and Angie got behind Audrey -- and even John came around. "You sold me," he told her. The rest of the team voted "yes" and Audrey became Project Manager by unanimous decision. For her first act as leader of her team, Audrey assigned each candidate an area of responsibility and said that each person would be in charge of managing their own work. Craig was assigned marketing. Chris headed up golf course design. And John was in charge of promotions.
Magna (Book Smarts) arrived at the Chelsea Piers with Stephanie at the helm as Project Manager. Stephanie pitched a Safari theme for their miniature golf course and the rest of the group was on board. Next, Stephanie turned her attention to the course itself. She sent a group to buy as many plants as they could to transform their empty space into a jungle. In an interview, Kendra wondered if Stephanie understood the "extreme importance" of the marketing aspect of the task. Kendra felt the task would be won or lost on marketing. She came up with the idea to target all of the kids who had lessons around the pier. So Magna offered discounts to patrons of local businesses that catered to kids, like the nearby ice skating rink. Kendra also made sure the cross-promotional marketing was exclusive. She happily reported that they were effectively "cutting off Net Worth at the knees" because they couldn't market with those same businesses.