Octane. Brandy and Steuart are shooting their ad. Brandy swears she's really conservative -- she didn't even shave her legs! And is wearing granny panties! -- so it's hard for her to try to make sultry faces at Steuart. Fortitude. Anand and Poppy went to Trump bar to shoot photos that can integrate the Trump brand into their shoot. When they come back without food, David is clearly annoyed. He swears this is the only thing he asked them to do. Don shows up, and can't believe it's past 5 p.m. and the models haven't had lunch yet. David yells at Poppy and Anand about the food while Don's there, and then the food shows up. Anand asks David what they should do now, and he says, "I want you to entertain the models." Don watches as David treats Poppy and Anand like children, telling them where to stand, who to talk to, when to jump, and how high.
Octane's looking through their photos, which Liza thinks went too far, but no one else seems to. Fortitude's choosing theirs too. They're making the fourth page in the shape of a T, to get more Trump branding in there. As they're looking at the bar scene, Anand offers input and advice, so David tells him to go away. He interviews later that he was "enjoying the pictures for the first time." He is such a baby. He swears to the lady helping them with photos that he hates that fucking sack of shit. She looks very uncomfortable. Anand thinks it's time for David to go. He says Trump's not in the habit of rehabbing lost causes, which is what David is.
Octane prepares their presentation in a conference room. Clint explains how important this presentation is, since it's Trump's baby. Now it's presentation time. Brandy speaks, since she had been singled out by Trump as a good speaker in the first. But she says she was nervous this time, and could hear her voice shaking. She does stumble a few times as she shows them their sexy ad, which includes the bedroom scene and another scene or two of sexiness. Brandy knows she's the one to blame if they lose, and she's really not ready to leave.
Fortitude presents next. David does the speaking, and he says a lot of "you know" and just makes it up as he goes along, giving far too much detail about the black and white and color, as if they can't see what they're looking at. In closing, he sincerely thanks them for letting them work with a great product and a great company like Macy's. Terry and another judge from Macy's discuss the presentations: He thinks Octane's ads demonstrated the points they tried to make about the brand. She thinks the first page with Brandy on the bed goes too far for a family store like Macy's, and she felt Brandy flubbed a few lines, referring to the clothing line as the "Trump Signature Collection" instead of the "Donald J. Trump Signature Collection." As for Fortitude: They loved David's presentation. And they loved their concept, with the black and white, but were unhappy that the clothing didn't fit the models. They liked the T design, but didn't like having such small clothing shots there with no detail. Now they have to make a tough decision.