Trump shows the ads to both teams. Everyone chuckles at each other's and their own ads. When they're done, Trump asks Bret which ad was better. Bret thinks the women did a good job, but theirs was funnier. Goldberg loved Scottie picking the kid up in the air, but thinks theirs was better. Trump asks Cyndi if she can separate from her team, and she says she didn't think the men's was funny. Trump says he did, and he's not even a person who laughs a lot. He asks Maria, who thinks their ad was definitely better. Ivanka says they didn't really create two separate ads, though; they just shortened one. Maria agrees, and says she wishes they had two separate ads. Maria says they did have another ad, but didn't use it, and Trump asks whose decision that was. Holly says it was hers, and Trump says that's trouble if they lose. Then he asks who sang on the ad, and Holly says it was her, with Cyndi underneath. Trump says that's a lot of money, and Holly says Cyndi came in and helped her layer it. Trump asks Cyndi to sing it, and she does. Holly looks annoyed as everyone else loves it and claps.
Trump asks Ivanka what the execs thought of the men's team. Pros: "Phenomenal" presentation. They thought the commercial did a great job articulating the brand. They didn't love the 10-second video, and didn't think it would go viral. George has their take on the women: They thought the "first moment of funk" was creative and original and that the use of Pippen was creative. They liked the physical comedy. But they didn't think the ten-second internet spot stands alone. The focus was also on the mom, instead of the target market of teen boys. Trump says the executives liked both teams, but they loved the men's commercial. He says they're going to be using it all over the place. Yeah, we'll see. Trump says that he agrees with the executives, and he congratulates Curtis on his $20,000 for Feeding America. The men are so happy, and Bret's explaining in the lobby that the women never resolved the funk in their commercial, and needed to get back to the brand. Dude, maybe Curtis is right, and Bret is brilliant? My world is totally upside-down if that's true.