RockSolid. Bret and Blago frustrate everyone by nitpicking when they're trying to focus on the bigger picture and complete the project. Bret thinks the aesthetics are off, while Blago takes issue with some of the facts in the copy. Michael zones out their chatter and takes the lead to get everything finished. He and Curtis both VO that this is his baby, and he's got full accountability for it. Could go either way come boardroom time.
Presentations. Goldberg introduces Curtis "Truly a Wonderful Guy" Stone to the execs. Curtis explains he's the spokesperson because of his everyman allure in comparison to the other celebrities. He adds that he's been a victim of identity theft twice. The execs seem drawn in. Then Michael presents the word-heavy advertorial pages. Bret says he took on too much trying to read the pages and it didn't seem "real." Michael eventually wraps up his presentation, which seems to have taken longer than expected if you go by Darryl's sniggering point toward his watch.
The ladies present next. Summer focuses on the fact that many things can be replaced, but identity can't. The execs smile approvingly. Things take a turn for the worst when the presentation won't show up on the screen. Summer rolls with the punches like a pro, pushing the message until the screen finally does light up. Summer turns it over to Sharon "The Protector" Osbourne, who manages to screw up the world "advertarial," say shit, and cough her lungs out within five seconds of taking the stage. So much for the good karma accrued during Summer's save. Maria worries this may have irretrievably lost the presentation for them.
After the presentations, Trump meets with the execs. They acknowledge that neither advertorial can run as-is. Tenacity didn't include enough education (a.k.a. words) with their emotional ad. On the other hand, RockSolid had too many words and some of their copy seems legally inaccurate. The execs say Tenacity had technical problems with their presentation and didn't put forward a "call to action." They enjoyed Curtis but think Goldberg would have been a better representation of security. Trump looks over both presentations and like them both. He asks who won, but we won't find that out yet.