At RockSolid, Bret needs a soda because he hasn't taken care of his diabetes all day. Sinbad gets him a soda, and Goldberg takes over as the waiter while he drinks up. The women try to fill up their tables as time's running out. Cyndi says she's very proud of this wonderful team of ass-kicking women. Holly says some of the big donors that promised to show up for her got left in the line, and she wasn't able to get out there and bring them in. She says if they lose, she'll wonder how that would have factored in. At RockSolid, Goldberg thanks everyone for coming. Curtis isn't underestimating the girls, but they did raise a lot of money. We'll see about that, won't we?
Boardroom. Don and Ivanka wait. The contestants shuffle in, and then Trump joins. I can't decide who's more of a mess: Cyndi or Bret. Cyndi's hair is ratted all over her head, looking messy and weird. Trump comes in and compliments her hairdo, which ... well, that's all you need to know, really. They bond over their hair. She tells him she thinks their team raised a lot of money, and she thinks they raised more than the men. Sharon says the team is unbelievable, working, working, working all day long. Cyndi and Sharon both say there wasn't a weak player. Trump tries to get them to say there was a weak player, but Cyndi won't say anyone was weak. She says there's nothing they could have done more, even though Trump says she's putting herself on the line. They ask if anyone didn't have any friends come in and donate, and ask specifically about Carol. Cyndi thought Joan came for her, but Don explains she was there for the task, and was at both places. Cyndi, totally loopy, is confused by this. Trump says he'll tell them later who Joan liked better, then moves on to the men.
Trump asks Bret who the weak link is, and Bret says it's very early and he can't choose one. Trump says that's bad for him, although on a restaurant task, things wouldn't be good for Curtis if they lost. Then he says Curtis is beloved by women all over, which he uses as an excuse to say, "Though I bet I've done better than he has." Don, along with America, shakes his head. Donald admits he has certain "advantages." God, I hope he's talking about money. Cyndi tells Trump her friend Edith thinks he's sexy, and Don pipes up, "How old is Edith?" Trump jokingly tells Don to shut up, and calls him a wise guy. Kind of a sweet family moment, actually. Rod talks about how good everyone else was, and then says he couldn't raise money, really. Then he praises Bret, specifically, for being such a good team leader. Trump asks Darryl if he thinks he won, then got distracted by how amazing Darryl Strawberry was. Darryl says he doesn't know if they won, but he thinks they did great as a team. He gives a long speech about being a team.