Joan takes a different tactic by going to Gods Love We Deliver, and asking them who they use. They have an events team, who they'll get over to help. She calls her charity events team down, because they're fantastic and gay, to help her. Then someone named Anita calls and she asks her to come help. She says she has nothing, and is desperate. Brande and Annie so far only have three celebrities coming, because all of their celebrity friends are in Los Angeles, and can't drop things and fly to New York at the last minute. Tom and Dennis come back and Tom says he has some calls out for celebrities to show up. He says they didn't sell all of their tickets, so they'll go break it to Annie. Tom and Dennis are kidding; they sold all the tickets. Annie hugs them and is totally relieved.
Gods Love We Deliver volunteers, and the board comes down to help Joan. She calls herself the Jewish Martha Stewart. She's "Joan RosenStewart." Joan says this way of planning is so grassroots and exciting, and they're back in the ballgame. Joan sits down with her team to see where they are on a lot of things: The celebrities are all backing out, so they have no one. Herschel's working on getting Usher, and says maybe he could get someone who looks just like him. Joan thinks Herschel's smart to get impersonators. She gets Bette, Cher, Barbra. She would also like a Donald Trump. Annie's meeting with her planner or someone and telling her how much she hates Joan. Apparently this is Sarah, an amazing designer with her own warehouse. She also got her friend Tony, and another friend who's a designer. Annie feels like they can get everything done now. She says people are coming in and rescuing her. She tells them all how amazing they are when you put out a cry for help. Emotional music as Annie hugs them. I just can't bring myself to get choked up about it, though. Maybe something's wrong with me. Or not.
Annie's friends are playing poker and discussing Annie, and why she'll win. There's no way she's losing to Joan, since she can beat the world's best poker players. They love everything about her. We're back with Trump, who says that group loves Annie, but Joan doesn't. Back to the task. It's morning in New York. Annie is telling Tom that she has respect for someone who's been in the business for as long as Joan, but she's not nice. Tom thinks Joan's just joking, but Annie says he hasn't been here since the third week. He sort of blows Annie off, and just keeps saying, "Yeah, yeah, yeah," and "Anyway," and "Really," and "That's a joke." I love Tom. He tells Annie's it's a badge of honor to get pissed off by a legend of comedy like Joan. He says Joan really got under Annie's skin, because all she does is talk about Joan.