On Net Worth, Angie said that Erin had not been involved on the creative side and that she didn't know how to use a hammer, so Angie put Erin in charge of promotions - which meant Erin tried to gather Home Depot shoppers to attend the clinic. Angie, Stephanie and Chris presented the project to the patrons as they built a mobile kitchen cabinet. Stephanie told the Home Depot shoppers that one of the great things about the project was that they could have it done in fifteen minutes. Unfortunately, it was taking the team much more than fifteen minutes to build the cabinet - especially after factoring in the problems, like when Chris put the base shelf on upside down. Jose noticed how long it was taking the team to build the project and a customer commented that it looked too complicated.
At Magna's clinic, Craig and the others set out trunks in various stages of completion. Kids decorated a few of the painted trunks on display while the adults learned how to build them from scratch. The clinic was hands on, literally, as Tana helped children put their painted handprints on one of the trunks. In an interview, Kendra admitted that Craig was right on the mark with the box - it was simple, engaging and involved the whole family. She admitted that they hadn't given the idea the respect it deserved. Bren said that while Craig was brilliant, he had a hard time getting ideas across.
Finally, with both clinics over, everyone met to learn who had won the task. Jose criticized Net Worth for not involving the customer enough. He said that the team missed the do-it-yourself aspect of the clinic. On the other hand, Christine showered Magna with praise. She said that she had never seen a clinic that involved parents along with children. Plus, she said, the clinic inspired customers to buy products. The clear winner was Magna! For its reward, Magna, whose members were walking on air, would literally walk on air. They would board a 727 and experience weightlessness during a special flight offered by a company called Zero-G. Net Worth would stay planted firmly on the ground and return to the boardroom where someone would be fired.
In the suite, Angie planned her boardroom strategy. Even though she was convinced that Erin would survive because she "created some kind of electricity with Trump" and because she was "flirtatious and pretty," Angie was determined to bring her in to face the firing. But Erin wasn't worried. She said that every time she enters the boardroom, she's "poignant" and "accurate," while her teammates "talk themselves into the grave."
Decked out in flight suits and shades, the members of Magna Corp strutted onto the tarmac and into the G-Force One, a specially-modified Boeing 727-200 cargo aircraft approved by the FAA to conduct weightless flight. And soon, the candidates were floating around onboard as if they were in outer space. Everyone had a great time and Kendra called it the "coolest reward." But Kendra also admitted that no one besides Craig really deserved to be enjoying it.
The members of Net Worth in their business suits entered the boardroom, ready to face the G-Forces offered by Donald Trump. Donald was all business and asked Angie why the team lost. Angie said that they were outnumbered. She said that the team had one less physical body, plus Erin had checked out before the task began - so really, they were down by two team members. Trump turned to Erin and said he heard that she was "terrible." Erin defended herself but admitted that she wasn't familiar with Home Depot. Angie shot back that she had never run a do-it-yourself clinic before but rolled up her sleeves and gave it a shot. Erin claimed that Angie was the reason the team lost. Trump then focused on Angie and said that she made many terrible decisions - including the key decision of the clinic project. Erin then took a shot at Chris, saying that he lacked professionalism and chewed tobacco all day long. Chris admitted he had "a dip in" during the task and Trump said that he would not hire a person who chews tobacco. Trump asked Stephanie who was at fault. Stephanie said that the Project Manager was, but before she could continue, Trump cut her off. Finally, Trump asked Angie who would be going up to the safety of the suite. Angie said that Stephanie would. Trump seemed surprised and asked, "Even though she just killed you?" Angie said yes, the two people who performed the worst were Erin and Chris.
After all of the candidates left the boardroom, Trump asked his advisors for their thoughts. George said that Angie was a good leader. Carolyn said that Angie was the only person on the team who made decisions. Trump countered that she may have made decisions but they were bad decisions. After the three candidates returned, Trump told Angie that, on the advice of George and Carolyn, he would not be firing her - unless she said something really stupid. Wisely, Angie was quiet as Erin and Chris began to battle it out. Chris said that he worked to the best of his ability during the task and Erin did not. Erin admitted that she was out of her element in Home Depot, but said that Chris had a hot temper and needed adult supervision. Trump asked Chris if he had an anger problem and Chris said that he did not. Then Trump came back to something that he just couldn't get past - he repeated that he could not hire someone who chewed tobacco. So, Chris declared that he would quit chewing, right then and there. Chris told Trump that if he chewed again, Trump could fire him. Then, George brought up the fact that Erin did not make the presentation and all of a sudden, Angie was vulnerable again. Trump asked Angie why Erin, the strongest presenter, did not present during the clinic. Trump reiterated that he was not thrilled with keeping Angie around, but he said that he had to listen to his advisors. With a wink, Erin chimed in with, "Do you have to?" Carolyn called that "a dumb statement" - and Trump told Erin, "You are a wise guy." Then, he said, "You know what? Erin, you're fired."