The next day, they show up to get ready for their presentation. Lisa says that, despite all the conflict, she knows they have a really great book so she just wants to get the team excited to go out there and give a really great performance. She stands up in the dressing room and tells them they can win, so to please not let any pettiness get in the way. Star: "Ladies and gentlemen, Emmy-nominated actress Lisa Rinna." Dionne cackles. Lisa says that's not nice, and Star says it was accurate, though. They're professionals, and they'll get it done. Star interviews she was a little shocked Lisa felt like she needed to give an inspirational speech to this team. She mocks her behind her back and then calls Lisa condescending. Hi, Pot? Meet the Kettle. Jesus. Dionne also starts in at Lisa, who says she feels like no matter what she does, these women are out to get her.
At Backbone, they're all getting into their fun costumes. Hatch and Jose are dressed as women, and the three "boys" are in overalls and striped shirts. Busey: "I play a kid that likes to study in trees. He likes to think he's a flying squirrel. He gets up in the trees, jumps from limb to limb. He's fallen a few times, has some bumps and batters. That's me. What the hell am I talking about? I'm playing me." Busey Wisdom. Love it. (Also, how is it possible that this team is the less crazy one on this show?) Parents and little kids start showing up for the presentation. Don comes in with a little girl, who must be a little tiny Trump. Holly Robinson Peete and Margery Cuyler show up to judge the teams.