Trump asks Joan what it means to be in the final two, and she says it means they might be able to get some vans for Gods Love We Deliver. Trump says she's done a great job for that. He asks Jesse what it would mean for him, and he says it would mean a lot. He says these are both professional women, and he has a blue-collar background and still works a blue-collar job. Trump asks why he should keep Jesse over Joan or Annie. Jesse says he loves Joan, but this competition is a lot bigger than her, with a lot of aspects that she doesn't know. She says she can do anything and has done everything that's ever been put in front of her. She says she's 75, and has never failed. Trump says Piers wasn't a fan of Jesse, and asks what he was not seeing in him. Jesse thinks it comes down to the politicking, and asks why he would raise all of the money on the first task. Trump asks if Jesse's saving his big knockout punch for the finals. He asks if Jesse will bring Sandra to the final. Jesse says he doesn't know, but it's a possibility. Trump asks if it bothers Annie that Jesse hasn't raised any money, and she says it does. Ivanka says saving all of your ammunition might put you in a situation where you never get to use it. Trump says Piers didn't get Jesse, and it might take awhile to figure him out. Trump says in one way he respects that Jesse hasn't used his wife, but he's also disappointed. He has a feeling that even in the final, he wouldn't use her, so he fires him. He tells him great job, and Jesse thanks everyone and leaves. Annie gets up to hug him, and he comes over and kisses Joan. Everyone loves Jesse. He interviews that he wanted to do a good job and show what he could do, which he feels he accomplished. He calls himself just "a welder from Long Beach." I love that he sees himself like that.
Trump congratulates Joan and Annie on making the final. Joan says it's fabulous, but interviews how unhappy she is about who she's playing against. Ivanka tells Joan that Melissa will be very proud. Joan's going to put on blinders and do everything she can to win. Annie tries to say she respects Joan, but Joan doesn't want to discuss it. Trump thinks Annie should just get on with her task, because she's not going to break Joan. He says complimenting her isn't going to work. Joan says fake compliments never work, and Annie says they're not fake, but then she interviews to the camera later that Joan's not a nice person and can't be a nice person and say the things she has about her. Okay, so ... fake compliments, then, right? Annie's just going to play really hard. She's now taking this personally. Trump tells them tomorrow (or, for us, next week) will be tough, and one of them will be the new Celebrity Apprentice.