After commercial, David says he's 100 percent sure he's not coming out. Anand says, not that there's anything wrong with it, but he's not saying David's gay. Trump agrees. David laughs and says he's not gay, dammit, but the model was fantastic. "I mean, you look at his picture ... he's the man." Don: "That sounds pretty gay." Hee. Everyone laughs. Wow. The boardroom is almost lighthearted without Mahsa. I like this. But now it's time to look at the ads, so the teams exchange them. Liza doesn't think the people in David's ad look like up-and-coming professionals. David does not like the sexual ad at all, and Stephanie says they discussed doing that but said no.
Trump asks Poppy which ad she likes better. She says she likes the product placement in the other ad, but their last page sets their ad apart because they show everything. Trump asks Clint how he feels about the other ad. Clint likes theirs better. Trump asks if he minds that the shirt is about nine sizes too big for the model David's so in love with. Trump says they make shirts in all different sizes, so why would they pick one that's too big. Poppy says that if she and Anand were permitted more jurisdiction they wouldn't have chosen models with such small necks (and, do remember that David said Poppy and Anand would be in charge of models). Don asks if Poppy ever protested the model to David, and she and Anand say that she did. David starts to glower into his Hulk face.