Trump sends us back to Team John Rich, where Rich is putting the event space together. They've got lots of 7Up Retro signs and designs, including a giant can. Mark McGrath: "It's the most glorious display I've ever seen. Honestly, it was breathtaking. It really was. It was like staring at the Mona Lisa, but 7Up Retro cans." So ... not at all like staring at the Mona Lisa then? Rich points out that they've surrounded everyone in the room with 7Up, and now the balloons are coming. Star tells people where to put balloons, then tells us how great of an event planner she was. For example, she says, her marriage didn't go so well but the wedding sure was fabulous. Someone from the Melting Pot restaurant shows up and donates $25,000 to St. Jude. Rich knows it's not even a fundraising task, but he's trying to get to $1 million for St. Jude's. This brings him to about $725,000, so if he wins the $250,000, he gets awfully close.
Team Marlee. Hatch wonders what he's supposed to be doing; he really has no idea. The Globetrotters are coming soon, so Marlee's helping get the locker room ready and then is getting the event space ready. Hatch says she's actually stepping up and trying to be project manager, which is nice. They get their 7Up stuff put up around the room. It doesn't look as peppered with 7Up as Rich's space, though. It just looks very green and yellow. The Globetrotters show up, then, and Marlee tells them they have to win. The Globetrotters agree. Then Marlee, standing under a disco ball, fills La Toya in on how nervous she is as the event's about to start. Folks start showing up, and Meat Loaf -- who Marlee thinks is "Mr. '70s" -- greets everyone. Trump arrives with the executives from 7Up, and Marlee makes sure they are greeted properly and get their picture taken on the green carpet.
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.