Trump asks Don what the executives thought of the women's team: They liked the messaging and the dual-sport (winter/summer) theme that La Toya came up with. They liked the inclusion of Sydney the mascot, and they liked the motto. They didn't like the public interaction, which wasn't as engaging, and they didn't like that they underutilized the team's talents by not putting Hope in a bathing suit and by covering Nene up with a koala suit. Ivanka says the executives loved the men's interaction with the crowd, and thought they did a great job with the product and educating consumers about it. They also liked the pirate chant. They didn't like the pirate theme, though it was well-executed, since it wasn't consistent with their brand messaging, and they didn't like that Sydney the koala wasn't included. They also didn't like that Busey offered himself as a potential representative for their brand messaging during the presentation, since it wasn't an appropriate time. Trump says the executives really liked both teams. They thought the men did a wonderful job, but the ladies win. La Toya's charity is getting $40,000. Trump tells Nene she can go apologize, but Nene shakes her head no. Trump sends the ladies to safety in the suite and tells the men to stay put; someone will be fired.
In the suite, Nene tells La Toya she doesn't appreciate her trying to use her name in a negative way, since she's never said she doesn't like La Toya. She says this isn't personal; it's business. She wants La Toya to say that she's real, because that's what she is. If La Toya doesn't like it, she can go run in the bathroom and hide. "Go and hide! Go and hide!" La Toya tells her she doesn't need to yell, then she interviews that Nene's a big bully, who is all mouth and height. Nene keeps yelling at her, calling her Casper the ghost and telling her to "Be gone!" The other women's mouths are literally agape. La Toya interviews that she and Nene are cut from two different cloths and she refuses to stoop to her level. Nene tells La Toya her last name is the only reason she's gotten anything, and she needs to act her age, not 12. "You are an old lady!" Star says she'd like to watch the men self-destruct, please. They quiet down, but it's obviously awkward.