RockSolid presentation. Bret comes in first, claiming he's a lifelong user of Right Guard. He says no one sweats like he does, which is when Michael comes in, all, "Yeah right, golden boy." He gives his "I sweat a lot" speech, all about training as an athlete. That's when Curtis comes in and says he gets that Michael's fast, but it only takes him 20 seconds to get his sweating out, whereas he's in the kitchen for 16 or 17 hours a day, sweating up a storm. That's when Goldberg comes in and calls all the others "ladies." The guys rip off their shirts to reveal Right Guard jerseys, since they all have Right Guard underneath. The execs appear to be mostly humorless. They don't show any reaction at all to the commercial, and Bret says if their reaction meant anything, they totally lost. He calls it "a look of confusion and stoic-ness. Stofusion." They're expressionless through the 10-second spot, too. Bret tells them, "Our acting may stink; our armpits do not" on the way out. He's actually pretty good under pressure.
Tenacity's presentation. The women are all in Right Guard shirts. Holly reads from cards about her own son's first moments of funk. Which he surely loves her sharing on TV. Then Cyndi shares hers, but she mostly fumbles and can't remember what to say. She does compare Scottie Pippen to puberty. The execs seem to love the ad, though, which I don't get. The other one seemed to be a lot better. They sing their jingle on the way out, and the execs say they appreciate their hard work. Trump meets with the execs, who tell him that both teams did exceptionally well. They say the men's team seemed to get what the company was going after (they're all about high performance, and the focus on ages 13 to 18 instead of a mom), but the women were entertaining. They didn't like that the women just cut down the 30-second ad to 10 seconds. Trump asks them who won, which is our cue for a commercial break of course.