Meanwhile, we get the obligatory "not so fast!" segment in which we are told that things are beginning to go better for Amy's team. They're signing people up, doing much better -- Nick claims that they're running on all cylinders now. Amy bitches about how bad the strategy was of bringing in the tiger. As opposed, I suppose, to all of her wonderful ideas, of which there have been...oh, right. None. "It's guerrilla marketing at its best," Nick says of his team's efforts, "and I think we're gonna win."
After the commercial, we return for the portion of the episode that was apparently directed by David Lean. The music swells grandly. "Dum dum dum dah!" it proclaims. The Trumpicopter lands near the Taj Mahal, and to the blare of trumpets, Trump emerges. He is next seen -- complete with pink tie -- descending the giant escalator in the middle of the casino. They shoot him from below in order to make him look huge. Oh, sorry -- "yooge." Fascinated people in the casino stare. He works a row of people sitting at the tables, just shaking their hands without even looking at them, really. Somehow, having Trump sort of diss you is almost more of an honor than having him pretend to like you, because if he respects you enough to admit he doesn't give a crap about you, you're really getting somewhere. Kwame is in the middle of greeting a woman when Trump arrives, and Kwame turns and comfortably announces him. Trump brings Troy and Bill over, and he reminds everyone that the drawing will be at 10:00 to win the money. Trump next approaches Amy, who bubbles over with excitement -- as usual. He tells her that he's heard that the other team is doing well, and she makes a disparaging remark about the tigers. Trump high-fives her and leaves. I kind of started really hating Amy somewhere around this point. She's just so full of herself. I've never seen anything really resembling a sense of humor or self-awareness...she's not as offensive as some of the other idiot women, but she's certainly not scoring any points with me.
And now, it is time to pull the winners of both drawings. Kwame spins the drum and pulls out the winning number for the $1,000 prize. She's there, and she looks very happy. A guy whose number is not picked does not look happy. Nick pulls the winner of the $300 giveaway (yippee), and that person is not present. How exciting. After all of this, it is time to retire to the blackjack area to announce who won the task.