Star tells us she has the ability to highlight her team's strengths and minimize the weaknesses. She decides to put Nene and La Toya together to run errands, which Nene says she knows was strategic on Star's part. So Nene brings it up in front of everyone, and says that she can't really work with La Toya after La Toya's been throwing her under the table [sic] in the boardroom. La Toya says she only said those things because she really thought Nene didn't like her, which Nene says isn't true. Star says they have time to work this out right now, but then she wants it be done.
Backbone. Eric Trump shows up to check in on them, which Rich says is more stressful than usual since it's a Trump business. Eric asks where they are on the creative, and Lil Jon reads him their concept, which Eric thinks is interesting but longwinded. Then they tell him that they'll have a picture of a man dressed like Trump, but you won't see his head to get the concept that everyone's treated like Trump at the Trump hotels. Eric asks if they think the girls have an advantage on this one, and they absolutely do, but they're not threatened and are "going right at it," says John Rich.
ASAP is using their advantage to wait for Nene and La Toya to sort out their issues. La Toya says she really felt that if she called Nene, Nene would hang up on her. She says that she felt Nene didn't like her, because she rolls her eyes, and she doesn't know how to take that. La Toya tells Nene she loves her and knows she has a big heart, and would like to give her a hug. Nene interviews that maybe she shouldn't be so rough with La Toya. Star tells them all how much she loves working with them, and asks La Toya and Nene if they are okay going together now. They are. Nene says she's still not sure if she trusts La Toya, but she's trying. Star says the boys are really in trouble now, because if you can get five women to work together, you can do anything.