John Rich is mad at himself for making his mistake, so he asks if he can plug in an acoustic guitar and play as an opener for Def Leppard. "I got myself a lemon. What do you do with lemons? You make lemonade! Pour everybody a big glass of it." He borrows someone's guitar pick and heads out to sing. He says he wrote a song for Trump that he doesn't have to sing for real since he made it to the finale. So he sings it now. It's begging Trump not to fire him. Then he sings another sing. Star swoons about what an impressive leader he is. Then Rich introduces Def Leppard again. "The only thing more exciting than introducing Def Leppard is introducing them twice." They come out and sing "Pour Some Sugar on Me." Backstage, Lil Jon tells Rich how proud he is of him "for real," for raising more than $1 million for those kids. "I love you brother." Jo(h)ns hug. Lil Jon interviews that they've been through thick and thin together, so for him to help him win this would mean everything to him. "And we are going to win." Def Leppard sings "Rock of Ages." Which makes Dee Snider's involvement (since he's in the Broadway show, Rock of Ages, seem a little bit too coincidental, don't you think? Rich says he can't know for sure if he won, but he knows there's no more money coming from donors. He says he did all he can for St. Jude's. Now all he can do is hope Trump and the executives think he did the best job and should win.
Trump meets with the executives. They say both teams exceeded expectations. They love Rich and Marlee. They loved both events. They liked that the campaign integrated perfectly with Marlee's charity. The negatives: Rich didn't greet them at the door, and there was a slip-up in terms of the time the concert was to start. As for the cans, they think one was good and one was phenomenal. They thought both commercials were great. Well, that was vague. Back in the live audience, the executives are holding up both cans. Trump says both cans are now available nationally.
Trump says that, like 7Up, Nene is a true original. Let's take a look. Nene calls La Toya Casper the Ghost. Then she yells at Star a bunch: "I will take you down. Now where's Barbara Walters?" "Shut the fuck up." The audience eats it up. Nene rolls her eyes a little bit at seeing herself being such a crazy woman. Trump asks Nene why she left them. She says she doesn't regret leaving, because it was what was best for her at the time. He asks if Star got under her skin. Nene: "Oh, she bothered me a lot." Trump says they've said some nasty thing about each other, but has she come to grips with it. Nene says she doesn't hold grudges, but she's honest and stands by everything she's said. Trump asks what Star thinks of Nene. Star says she appreciated being on the show, but she hated seeing Nene use it as a platform to attack all of the black women on the show. Nene starts to interrupt her as she talks, saying it wasn't a racial thing. Trump's like, "Here we go again." Trump turns to La Toya and says he'd like to ask her a question. She giggles. He says that Nene really went after her, but she seems to like her more than Star. Why? She says she truly believed that Star was using Nene as a mouthpiece, and manipulating everything that was going on. La Toya says that Nene has a really good heart deep down, and she forgave her. Trump agrees, and says Star's terrific, too. He thinks they'll someday go out to lunch and be best friends. Both ladies roll their eyes, and Star says, "When pigs fly." When did Trump get all soft? I guess it's having two more grandkids on the way. He's all happy and sappy.