Trump asks Holly how she did, and she thought she did well, but Trump and Don want to know why she didn't use any of her celebrities, which could have helped her. She says she was more focused on integrating her charity and less focused on celebrity. Trump asks how much she focused on the drink, and she says she was lucky to have Curtis's palate, and Trump and Ivanka agree that was an advantage. Moving on to Bret's tea name, Trop-A-Rocka. He says they knew it was summer, and he's a rockstar. Bret loves the name, but Trump and Holly both think Compassion Berry is much better. Bret says he thought that's where Holly would go, and agrees it's very strong. Ivanka says Bret integrated himself as a very effective celebrity spokesperson, which helped him a lot. Ivanka loved the description on the side of the drink, which sounded like Bret but also sounded like Snapple. Trump says the executives thought Bret's label was too dark and they loved Holly's. Trump calls it a draw on the three-page ads, because Holly has a better cover but Bret has a better inside spread. (Isn't that two pages versus one? So... not a draw?) Trump asks Curtis and Maria about Holly, and they both love her. Ivanka says the executives loved how she asked questions and said she could be on their board, but that Bret was Snapple. Or Snapple-licious, or whatever. Trump asks Summer if Bret was good, and she says he was. Ivanka and Trump asks Summer who she wants to win, and she won't really answer the question. The live audience heckles her as we go to commercial.
When we're back, Trump repeats his question, and she says she'd choose Bret in this situation because she worked hard for him. Trump asks if Bret was actually a good project manager, and she says she doesn't think it comes down to that in the final. She won't say he was good, and finally says he was decent. Bret says he knows that Summer's heart is with Holly, and her mind and work are with this task. Trump asks what Darryl thinks of Summer's tepid endorsement of Bret. He says he understands her relationship with Holly is real, but he says that Bret was a great project manager. Trump says he expected Summer to say that and, if he were Bret, he would like Darryl. Darryl sticks up for Summer, saying it was her first time with Bret. Trump tells both Summer and Darryl they did a good job, and then brings Curtis and Maria into it, too. He lays it on thick and then tells them to leave, because he's going to be firing someone. Bret holds Summer's chair, and Trump says he wouldn't do that. Trump adds, "Summer, you were great. For Holly!" Hey, when did he get so intentionally funny. Trump does his serious forward stare and "This is tough."