That night, Audrey ran into her first big conflict as Project Manager. Chris called and asked if he, Craig and John should hand out fliers promoting their miniature golf course or start assembling the course. Audrey responded that John needed to make that decision based on what he had to accomplish with promotions. This drew a chuckle from John. In an interview, John claimed that Audrey had made one decision as Project Manager: to make no decisions, thus shielding herself from blame if the team were to lose. Craig took the phone and repeated the question. He asked Audrey what she wanted them to do. Audrey ordered everyone back to their main location - it was time for a meeting. In an interview, Craig didn't seem happy about having to return for the meeting. He said that the three men were getting things done and a meeting would just bring a halt to all of their progress. Once the full team was back together, Audrey asked everyone for a list of what they'd accomplished and a timeline for their day. John challenged Audrey, calling the assignment a waste of time. He said they should focus on what they needed to do, not what they'd already done. Then John accused Audrey of trying to set him up like some sort of scapegoat to build a case that he hadn't handled promotions properly. Audrey said that she was doing no such thing. Angie took Audrey's side telling John that he was not being set up, but John didn't seem so sure.
Early the next morning, Magna assembled their Safari-themed course. Stephanie said that everyone on the team was in "full hustle mode." Net Worth had their own kid-friendly theme: the circus. Everyone dressed up as clowns, but not all were happy clowns. Chris wasn't thrilled with the costume. John refused to wear his and when Audrey asked him to, he called her an "idiot." He said the team would win whether or not he wore a costume. In an interview, Audrey promised that John would wear his outfit, and ultimately John did - right down to the makeup and big red nose. Chris however, had an addition that most clowns didn't: a wad of chewing tobacco in his mouth. Several people noticed, including Carolyn.
After a full day of manning the course, the candidates, sans clown outfits, arrived at the boardroom. Ashley announced that Net Worth made $304 during the task. But Carolyn said that Magna brought in $508 - making Magna the winner! Carolyn attributed the large total to the flyers and coupons the team had distributed. For their reward the team would accompany Donald to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey and play golf with one of the game's top athletes, Cristie Kerr.
At the suite, Stephanie and Angie whispered secretly in the bathroom. Angie focused on promotions as the team's downfall and Audrey said that the area was John's responsibility. In an interview, John predicted that Audrey would bring him into the boardroom - but he called that a "huge mistake" and promised to "bury her." He said that even if both Angie and Audrey ganged up on him, he would survive.
At Trump National Golf Club, the candidates of Magna arrived by limo while Trump took another form of transportation: his helicopter. Erin, who said she didn't play golf, wasn't able to hit the ball terribly far. Trump diplomatically said she had "a delicate swing." Later, The Donald almost had to pay up $1,000 on a bet when Bren nearly made a difficult shot. Regardless of their golfing abilities, everyone had a great time.
The next day, Net Worth arrived at the boardroom and Trump asked Audrey why the team had lost. Audrey said it was the result of poor marketing and promotions, making Craig and John responsible. Next, Trump called Chris out on his tobacco-chewing clown routine. Carolyn said she saw Chris chewing and thought that it was inappropriate given his interaction with kids. Audrey defended her leadership style and said that she delegated areas of work to each person and it was then their responsibility to complete their tasks. But Trump interjected that as Project Manager Audrey needed to follow up on everyone's progress. Audrey called John's performance on his promotional work "embarrassing." John jumped in and accused Audrey of being content to fail so that she could bring him into the boardroom and get him fired. Trump wondered if John wasn't being "a little paranoid" with that line of thinking. John then said that Audrey is what she is… "a twenty-two year-old girl," a comment which surprised even Audrey. Tana said she would fire Audrey for her lack of control over the group. Craig said he would fire Audrey too. But Angie said she would fire John. Audrey said she wanted to bring John and Craig into the boardroom. That wasn't much of a surprise, but then Audrey added that she also wanted to bring her confidante, Angie, back into the boardroom as well. This twist put a smile on Trump's face and he allowed Audrey to bring in all three.
In the boardroom with his advisors, Trump asked for input. Carolyn said that Audrey was a terrible leader. Ashley was bothered by John's comment that Audrey was just a "twenty-two year-old girl." Ashley admitted he was not a John fan. The four candidates returned to the boardroom as Trump declared the situation a mess. Trump wanted to know why Audrey decided to bring Angie into the boardroom - something Angie wanted to know too. Audrey said that Angie was part of the failed marketing team. When Trump gave Angie the chance to rethink who she would fire, Angie said she would now fire Audrey. Audrey claimed that John, Angie and Craig all failed in their individual responsibilities. But Carolyn asked, if almost every team member failed, where was the leadership? Trump said that all Audrey did was blame everyone else while never taking any responsibility herself. Plus, he said, no one respected her. Trump told Audrey that she may be beautiful, but beauty isn't always enough. Finally Trump said, "Audrey, you're fired."