Adam is staring into space when Trump calls on him. After a pause he talks about how being funny helped him not at all on this show. He does acknowledge that there are two games here, the actual "Celebrity Apprentice" task of winning some made up "job" with Trump, and the popularity game of appealing to viewers. He hopes that he did better in the latter. True. Though in that case George is probably the real winner of the season. Followed closely by Lisa. Teresa is asked to respond to Adam's comment about being naïve (Adam says she thinks it is a brand of douche) by saying she's just trusting. Dee shows his funky broken finger and plugs his book and CD. Paul says that he's gruff on American Chopper, but he is the nice dude he was on this show here. Trump wants to know why Clay chose Penn, and he thinks it is because he wanted to win. Penn thinks they just had clashing personalities, but they respected each other. He even says he thinks that Clay should win. He skips talking to Debbie and goes straight to commercial.
Back at the now-combo party, Clay and Arsenio are on stage talking about their charities and introducing their commercials. Clay's for the Natural Inclusion Project has the benefit of having cute little kids playing. Arsenio's ad gets a lot of laughs, and people love when he passes the ball to Magic Johnson. Arsenio says he would be happy if Clay won because he started a great charity, but he still wants to win for Magic.
Time for the stand up. Adam walks up and roasts Donald. Paul gives the pre-written speech but goes off book and calls Adam a dick. Adam momentarily looks flustered, and Paul's pretty proud that he was able to fluster him. Teresa's speech is unseen, which must mean it is just awful. Lisa has some off-color jokes about Clay and Trump, which are actually kind of racy for this show. Arsenio does a NASA joke that falls flat. But the crowd seems to have enough booze not to mind.