Later, Trump arrives at the studio to give out the results. The teams cantaloupe up. Along with George and Carolyn, Trump walks in to address them. He says that lots of money was raised, and both teams did great. George gives the Net Worth results, saying that all five experiences got very good bids. Their total was $11,325. Carolyn says that Magna had three bids that only came to between $400 and $700, so that is weak, indeed. But they offered those two week-long experiences with Moby and Lil Kim, and as it turned out, those two prizes alone generated over $19,000, for a total of $21,654. Almost doubled up the other guys. Magna celebrates. Chris and his tight black t-shirt look at the floor. Trump congratulates both teams on raising lots of good and happy money for sick people, and then tells them that of course, there is no reward, because self-righteousness is its own reward. Oh, and Kendra will be exempt next week. And somebody on Net Worth will be fired, and it won't be Stephanie. Cue the tense music!
Net Worth stands around on the balcony later having a big yakfest, and John says that up until this point, all the people on his team who went home needed to go home. John goes on to say that he's sure he'll take heat over the fact that the ideas they put up for auction were his ideas. Sounds fair, right? He tries to look casual as he says that this is the way it goes and such, which I'm sure is news to the "girls," who never understand anything like that, because they're girls. Erin then interviews that John has a lot of experience working with musicians, and if he's got the kind of expertise he claimed, she doesn't see why he didn't do a better job of wringing worthwhile donations out of them. "He failed completely," she says. "In my opinion, John should get fired."
Night. John and Chris are lying on their beds next to each other. (Not like that. Twin beds! Of course, the same could be said for most married couples in the 1950s on television, so maybe this is just Chris's version of traditional values.) Anyway, Chris insightfully (?) opines that "in this specific scenario, [Trump] is going to get rid of whoever he's going to get rid of." That'll be a hard one to prove wrong. John snarls that "those girls" will be ganging up on him to blame the bad negotiations on him. Probably because of the way he monopolized the whole thing. I mean, that would be my guess. John interviews that this will come down to him and Chris, and that it will be between firing "the guy who had the only ideas on the team" and firing "Chris, who didn't contribute anything." He says he thinks Trump wants a guy who will -- you know it -- step up. Step up, everyone!
Angie says in an interview that she thinks it's stressing Chris out that he might have to go up against John in the Boardroom. "He needs to just relax," she says. She says that she thinks it's possible Chris will "throw himself under the bus" to save John's ass. Chris, in turn, interviews that this isn't the case -- that in fact, he and John have agreed that if it gets bad in the Boardroom, they will rip each other limb from limb like the mangy dogs they are. You know, roughly. "Mano y mano." Meaning "hand and hand." See? Freudian. THEY'RE IN LOVE! I only say that to bother Chris. Anyway, Chris says that this will be very difficult for him. The team leaves.