Presentation time. Marlee speaks about 7Up, tying it to the Starkey Hearing Foundation. Hatch, saying something nice for a change, says he was impressed with how flawless her presentation was. He thinks she's incredibly bright and competent. She presents their 7Up Retro commercial. Marlee dances around in disco, as Geoffrey Holder says some things from the '70s should stay in the '70s. Then Hatch is a disco guy, Meat Loaf is a trucker, and La Toya is a superhero. Then Meat Loaf is himself with a wig, and Geoffrey Holder shows up. The executives are clearly impressed by that bit. Marlee leads them all next door to the gym for the Harlem Globetrotters. Meat Loaf says the only thing that can top the Globetrotters is a Beatles reunion. But they didn't do that because it would be too '60s, duh. Meat Loaf interviews that Trump made the right choice putting Marlee in the final, and his opinion is that she won, because he doesn't see how anyone could do better. When it's over, Marlee says that's it and she did great. She still feels like she's dreaming. She wants to be able to give her charity a check for $250,000 to tell them she worked her butt off for them, but it was worth it. She tells John Rich to watch out, because she is the Celebrity Apprentice.
Back at Team John Rich, everyone peps Rich up for his event. Then someone comes in and gives Rich $250,000 for St. Jude. He says he'll easily surge past $1 million now, since he intends to be the winner tonight. Mark and Lil Jon greet everyone with scarves to wave but then head backstage before Trump and the executives get there. No one heads up to greet them, which Trump and the 7Up exec find to be "interesting." Rich gives a much shorter intro speech, then shows their commercial. Terrible Axl Rose impersonator. Terrible Madonna impersonator. Dee Snider doing a terrible Twisted Sister impersonation, so John Rich gives him a 7Up Retro and he becomes Twisted Sister. It's a very awesome commercial. Then Rich asks everyone if they're ready for the main event. He starts singing and stomping his foot to introduce Def Leppard. He screams "Def Leppard!" But no one shows up. Backstage, Rich wonders where Def Leppard is. Apparently, it's only 6:45, and they won't go on until 7. Trump, in the audience: "Unbelievable."