Star sends La Toya away at 1 p.m. and tells them she'd like them back by 3. That's when the photographer shows up to work on photographing the ads. Star starts making calls to order stuff (including Ivanka jewelry, which has to be a wise decision). They're going to wear the jewelry when they're ladies who lunch, and Nene calls and suggests they get manicures since their hands will be in the ads. Star loves the idea, so they all get manicures. Star looks around with their diamonds in the background and manicures happening and guesses the guys aren't doing the same thing.
Clowny music as we cut to the guys, sitting around staring into space. Rich wants them to be quick with the photos. Meat Loaf is going to get "the globe" (whatever that means) while the Jo(h)ns stay behind to continue working on their words. Rich tells Lil Jon he has a sentence here he's not smart enough to write, but he thinks he wrote it: "The Trump Hotel Collection is a group of distinctly designed, architecturally superior luxury icons." They both love it. Rich says that it's a completely different vibe when Meat Loaf is out of the mix, because they're both focused and they work well together. Rich says Lil Jon is a lot more than diamonds in his teeth, dreadlocks, and his persona. He's a smart person with a powerful mind.
Don shows up at ASAP and says his wife wouldn't love that he's sitting on a couch in the penthouse with a view like this with a Playmate. Star agrees. But she can probably comfort herself with some money. Star explains her concept to Don, and he asks when they're filming the bathtub scene with Hope, because he'll be back for that one. Oh man, is he ever his father's son. Star interviews that she feels very confident in the concept, but it's a lot of pressure because it's the Trump family name. HAS SHE MENTIONED THAT?! Don says the women seem pretty organized, but they might be missing the big picture by sticking to older men and ladies who lunch, instead of targeting a younger demographic.