For Trump's side, it was Carolyn and Bill checking out the tasks as George was observing the Jewish holiday. (Clue 1 to Gold Rush: Don't trash someone for observing the holiday!) At Gold Rush, they encountered chaos - the models who supposedly learned about the car and were to teach the GM folks knew nothing, horses (horses?), a golf course set in what looked like a dog park run, a comedian (Cory Kahaney from Last Comic Standing) who was lewd and inappropriate for the event and just a total disaster. The team was fighting amongst itself and it was horrid all the way around.
As for Synergy, at the last minute they found out that skeet shooting wasn't allowed in the park. Andrea substituted golf cart racing, which ended up being a big hit with the GM people. Andrea even managed Brent. She gave him important tasks such as strategically setting out the trash cans. Brent had spent a good chunk of the War Room time chowing down and not being helpful, but at least he didn't really hinder the team.
When the teams were brought into the Boardroom after the tasks, there really weren't any surprises. Synergy won the task, while Gold Rush couldn't have done any worse. So, it would be reward for Synergy and the Boardroom, where one person would be fired, for Gold Rush. Synergy's reward was a trip to Atlantis Marine World where they swam with sharks, bonded, and had a grand ol' time.
Dan and Lee returned to join their team in the Boardroom. Blame got tossed at everyone except perhaps to the one who really made bad choices, Charmaine. Lenny blamed Dan and Lee because they left and Theresa for being a bad leader. Bryce blamed Lenny as he didn't get a generator (which Bryce secured without incident). Theresa's dislike of Lenny made him the scapegoat for all going wrong. It was just as much a mess as the task was. I noticed that Charmaine wasn't mentioned at all when it was she who secured and paid the comedian who so turned off the crowd. Oh ... Tarek was also blamed.
Theresa chose Tarek and Lenny to go to the Boardroom. Trump did the right thing — "Theresa, you're fired." She led the task and, inevitably, she was responsible for its failure. Trump said he should have brought Charmaine in. I disagree. In my opinion, Theresa was the one to fire. What do you think?
Dollar bills, y'all...