Regis, apropos of nothing, explains that Genworth raised $21,000 for the Alzheimer's Association and donated $250,000 more during Kelly's polo match. And then he promises us that, after the commercials, we will discuss sex.
And when we come back, Regis does indeed introduce us to the clip segment about using sex to sell. Chris sells to the gay guys! Jen and Sandy sell M&Ms! Ivana drops her skirt for $20! I have to say, that is still so horrifying. And the next time I hear her claim it was a bikini, I'm going to pop her in the jaw, because...really, really not. When the clip montage is over, Regis asks Trump if he would ever use sex to sell. Trump claims he "would never ever stoop so low." But he says it like he's kidding. And then Regis turns to Ivana, pointing out that at one time, she said she would never use sex to sell a product, and by the end of the season, she was selling peeks. Regis asks her what she was thinking. "What can I say? I'm a spontaneous person!" Ivana says, contradicting other interviews in which she has claimed that she planned the entire thing and it wasn't spontaneous at all. I wonder which one is true. It's so hard when there are a bunch of different stories. Trump asks Ivana whether she regrets doing it. She stammers. "I mean -- to be fair -- you know, I just can't change that about me, I'm going to be a spontaneous person...blah blah blah, big successes, big failures...to be fair, I was wearing a swimsuit [pop!]..." Trump, trying again to bail her out, jumps in: "Would you have done it again?" "Um, in that situation..." Trump decides that enough is enough. "You know what?" he says. "Say no. We're trying to help you. Say no." Ivana laughs and finally says, "No!" Because being known as the girl who dropped her skirt on TV is going to be hilarious in ten years, isn't it?
As Trump continues to tease Ivana about being remembered for being "very smart" and also "having a very good figure," Kevin jumps in. He points out that, as Ivana's teammate on that task, he appreciated her being prepared to "go the extra mile." "Kevin," Trump says cluelessly, "who's asking you about sex?" "Well, I did answer the phone shirtless, Mr. Trump," Kevin says. SHOUT-OUT! Hee hee. Yes, I am claiming that. Having uttered the sentence, "I have to say, after shirtless Kevin, everything else is a real letdown," I am claiming it. Come on, I'm not crazy! Okay, I probably am. I'm still taking it. And then things get kinda weird when Trump tells Kevin he has "a hell of a body." Don't harass Kevin, Trumpy.