Trump moves on to Selita, and she says she was constantly texting. He asks if she's good at the new technology, and she says she is. She says she was working on the dossier and storyline, and then giggles about Rod napping. Trump sort of sticks up with him, and says it wasn't so bad. Holly tells Trump she was impressed with Selita's communication, so Trump says they're sort of opposites. Trump asks the women for weak links, and no one will say anything, so he tells Selita she has to choose two people to bring back to the boardroom if they lose. She says she'll make the decision if she has to, but she can't right now. He tells her that's smart, but he knows they'll be fighting if they lose.
Erin fills RockSolid in on how the kids and executives thought they did. They loved the tree, but also hated it, basically, and didn't like the inaccuracies. George fills Tenacity in and says the kids loved the display, but the executives wished they'd focused on the theme park more. Trump says the executives thought the men did well, but not well enough, so the women win again. Selita's charity, Shine on Sierra Leone, will get $20,000. He sends them away and asks the men what's going on with them. Someone will be fired. After some commercials.
The women are so happy to be back in the champagne-and-viewing room. Selita explains that her charity is for a hospital in Sierra Leone, where one in eight women die in childbirth. Back in the boardroom, Trump asks Michael if he's surprised. He's not, because he says they didn't get to do all the things they wanted to do, since they didn't know the concept soon enough. He blames Rod, saying you could blame Bret, but that he thinks Bret could have done better if he had had better direction from Rod. Trump talks about how much courage Rod has to be here, since he can't really talk shit because he has to worry about jurors. Rod asks if he can now say why he should stay, and Trump says he thinks that's great, too, that Rod wants to just go on and try to win. Rod says he's trying to make adjustments in the team and then says "Wizardry World of Harry Potter." Trump says "Wizarding" three times to correct him. Rod's happy that he put Bret in charge while he was away. Trump asks Curtis how Bret did, and Curtis says he was great, but it wasn't great of the project manager to put Bret in charge. Trump asks Goldberg if Bret was good, and Bret says Goldberg was great because he almost passed out. Trump makes fun of a big tough guy almost passing out, punctuating it with, "What's with you, Goldberg?" Goldberg glares. Trump asks Rod if he'll be bringing Bret back to the boardroom, since he relied so heavily on him. And that's supposed to be our commercial cliffhanger moment.