Trump moves on to Brandy. He says she has seemed pretty prudish until now, so how did she feel about that ad, which was pretty risquÃ©. She says that their models didn't show up, so if she hadn't made the decision for them to be in the ad, they wouldn't have made their deadlines. Trump asks if she's having an affair with Steuart. Brandy laughs, and says no. Trump asks if she'd like to, and she astutely says, "No, I would not, sir. I like older men, sir." Trump says that was a smart answer, and Don laughs, "You're hired." Trump jokes: "Brandy, you go ahead back to the suite." But the laughter's about to end, because it's time to find out who won. Trump asks David if he thinks they won, and David says he still does. Trump says he didn't win, and Terry liked Brandy's ad, and is going to use it in a Macy's campaign. Trump tells Brandy she'll get to meet with Terry as her reward. He sends them back to the suite to watch the fighting on television. The new Octane walks out arm in arm. Trump tells Fortitude that someone will be fired. In case they've forgotten what show they're on.
When they're alone, Trump tells David he was disappointed in his ad, and thought the worst thing was the shirt not fitting. David says that when you create something "and run it cradle to grave" (as if he's worked on this for longer than a day), you take ownership and stand by it. He says he has to absorb all of the criticism, which is all his. Trump asks why Poppy didn't choose a different model since she wanted to do that. She says David was extremely firm, and it was more like a dictatorship than a leadership. Trump says that's okay since he's project manager, but sometimes he has to listen to other people. Way to contradict yourself there, Trump Signature. David says there was never a suggestion of a different model, and Stephanie fully supported him, in fact. Back in the suite, Steuart mutters about David to the amusement of a flirtatious Liza.