Boardroom. George and Carolyn are already there, and Trump soon arrives. When he is seated, he gives a little wrap-up speech about how it's essentially a tie between college and high school at this point, so it just goes to show you that both education and experience are important. So no one is better than anyone else, and it didn't really matter! Wow. There's a theme that really paid off, drama-wise. Next time, let's do East Coast/West Coast. Or maybe Tall/Short. How about Drivers/Pedestrians? Sigh.
Fortunately, Trump announces a "corporate restructuring" so they can all work together and we can all stop pretending to care about this educational divide they've been trying to sell, and then he asks who the project manager is for Magna. When Kendra identifies herself, he asks her to pick two people she would rather not have on her team. Kendra rids herself of Erin and Stephanie, who walk over and stand with Net Worth. Trump then shifts over to Chris, who is asked who he would like to get rid of. Chris first sends over Tana, and then Craig. When they get over to the Magna side, Tana and Craig share a hug. Net Worth power! Trump announces that these are the new teams, and Kendra's team is still Magna, and Chris's is still Net Worth. Because we don't come up with new dorky names, and we don't have phony merges, and do you GET IT?
Trump then announces that the task is to produce an 11-minute live auction for Fuse TV to benefit (you guessed it) the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, the official charity of reality shows everywhere. (That's actually kind of true.) I knew ahead of time that Fuse was involved in this task, because of a goofy email they sent me the day of the episode wanting TWoP to pimp them or something. Because that was likely to happen. Anyway, Trump says that each team will be assigned five "artists" from the world of music -- which Trump points out adds up to a total of ten, in case your math muscles are sore -- and they'll have to come up with an "experience" they can auction off. Very similar to our old friend Isaac Miz-a-har-ee. Whoever makes more money at the auction segment (which they will produce, and which will rely on online bidding) will be the winner, and Stephanie is still exempt, should her team wind up in the Boardroom. Trump sends them out to "raise a lot of money."