I don't have much to add to the comments here.
I enjoyed this show and would have liked to see more of the improv skits. Clay was very impressive and outshone Lisa. Teresa was clearly way out of her element and Arsenio was good, but not notably so. Aubrey was her usual self-centered, narcissistic self, but just not as openly so. I thought that Paul was definitely ready to leave and his post-show interviews confirmed that. I thought that he left with his dignity intact (no small feat in a show like this) and I have a good impression of him.
I join others in believing that Lisa really is a disgusting person in real life (not just in her act), but one who is also suffering from bona fide mental/emotional issues. Maybe, she will seek help if she finally realizes her problems, but considering that on twitter she was blocking anyone, no matter how rational, who objected to her racist comments against Latinos, I have my doubts. For her, the only thing that will make her reconsider her actions is if her career fails badly (she made a comment on twitter about "crying on her bags of money"). IMO, especially with the issue of bullying and its tragic consequences so prominent in today's social climate, there really is no place for Lisa's kind of humor that validates the idea that racial and homophobic slurs and ridicule are funny. It just needs to stop.
In regards to this and other posts about boardroom, we really do not know what is said in the boardroom. A lot is cut out and edited so sometimes when I am yelling at my t.v. saying "TELL TRUMP WHAT HAPPENED!!! WTF!!!!" or whatever, I have to remind myself that maybe they did and they just did not show it. The same goes for some of the weird things that happen and we wonder why someone got fired or whatever. Well, its probably because we don't get to see everything and they want certain people to appear a certain way.
I wish we could see the footage uncut.
Not only is editing out footage used to create perception, but editing in footage that is out of context is another way to shape the story that the producers want to tell. The confessionals are normally shot after the task, but before the boardroom, but that's not always the case. Seeing all of the footage would be more informative, but still not tell the entire story, since incidents not captured on camera would not be included. That would include the off camera strategizing and discussion that contestants engaged in that Aubrey talked about in her AfterBuzz interview
At this point, of the remaining contestants, Penn isn't really cooperating with the "rules" of the game and giving the producers anything "interesting" to work with, so I'm betting that he's the next one to leave. Or perhaps Teresa is next, as I don't really know what she's still around.