George wants to know who was their interior decorator, Stevie Wonder?! They say they were going minimal, blah, blah. Trump says he heard the ladies' store was great. The women give Melissa credit, and say she also sold a lot of dresses. Trump says the bad news for the women is that the men also sold a lot of dresses. The women groan. Trump knows for a fact that the men raised a lot of money. He asks Brande if she's scared and she says she is. He reminds her that, as the team leader, generally speaking, she would get fired. He thinks it's time to find out. Ivanka says the men sold 21 dresses for $63,450. George says the women sold 22 dresses for $103,000. Unbelievable that women would be better at selling wedding dresses than men, right? Trump says the women are really kicking ass, three weeks now. Right. There's no unfair advantage or anything. I mean, cupcakes, Zappos.com, and wedding dresses aren't at all geared toward one gender or the other, right?
Trump tells Brande she won a lot of money for her charity, which she says is California Police Youth Charities, for at-risk children in low-income neighborhoods. They give out scholarships, and ... Trump interrupts and says they're going to like her a lot. Trump asks the guys what's going on with them, and then says, "Sadly, someone's going to be fired." Commercials.
We're back with an all-male (and Ivanka) boardroom. Trump says he's embarrassed for the men, and Tom agrees he's embarrassed. Trump asks what happened, and Tom says he had a difficult thing to deal with here, with people arguing (big, big arguments) over the first two weeks. He says he was working with a real deficit (the constant bickering), and just trying to keep it positive. Ivanka points out that his team is at a deficit, with fewer people, so losing an additional person is bad. Tom says he was disappointed Dennis didn't show up, but Dennis said it was a medical thing. Brian pipes up that Tom wasn't even there. Tom keeps talking, but Trump wants to know what Brian is saying. Tom says they called his room and thought he overslept and started talking about him. Trump tells Tom that, as the team leader, there can't even be a perception that he overslept. Trump tells Tom he doesn't think he's a great team leader.
Trump asks Herschel how he thinks Dennis did, and Herschel says he doesn't drink, and Dennis does. He says he thinks Dennis was hung-over, not allergic. Trump asks who was knocking on Dennis's door, and Tom says he knocked on it for about half an hour. Trump says that if you have an eye infection and someone knocks, you answer the door. Tom says he knocked on Dennis' door for a half-hour, which is why he was late. Herschel says, "Tom, I'm not throwing you under the bus..." Trump: "And then watch," as he laughs. Herschel says that when Tom got there, he told them he didn't get Dennis up. Trump asks why he didn't, and Tom says he tried. He banged on the door for about 20 minutes. Trump asks Dennis if he was in the room. Dennis says, "Yep." Trump asks why he didn't answer the door. Dennis says he didn't want to be bothered. He says it didn't matter who was knocking. Tom says he didn't know until now that Dennis was in the room when he was knocking. Dennis says he didn't want anyone to see his eyes looking like that. Trump says that no one would be able to because he wears sunglasses. Dennis takes them off and says, "See my eyes?" Trump says, soothingly, "They look good, Dennis." Trump is so much nicer to celebrities than real contestants on this show, don't you think?