Melissa asks why she brought Brande and Tionne back in. Melissa says she had nothing to fault anyone on, but she felt like it was such a collaborative effort. She says she needed volunteers, but she knows she was going. Trump asks what Tionne thought of Melissa. She liked her. So did Brande. There was harmony, and no arguing. Trump says this is very hard, because she's the project manager, so she'd normally be fired but everyone thought she did amazing. He also says some people loved the video, but unfortunately the people who counted didn't like it. Melissa understands that, but she is thrilled that Perez liked it. Trump points out that Brande didn't volunteer to come back, but Tionne did. Trump asks if Tionne has heard of Bradford. She doesn't know who he's talking about (and I'm honestly a little surprised Trump remembers him), so he explains that Baldford volunteered to come back despite having exemption, and Trump fired him for that. He says somewhere Baldford's watching, and he knows what Trump's going to do, so he fires Tionne. Melissa gasps. Brande looks sad. Melissa tries to stick up for Tionne, but Trump sends them all out.
Tionne interviews that she was surprised he fired her, but she doesn't mind taking chances. She thinks that speaks for itself. Back in the viewing room, where they aren't getting to watch anything, they are all saying how this isn't right. Apparently they think Melissa's team should have won. Joan says she's on the show for two reasons: to raise money for charity, and to work with Melissa. She would be very upset if Melissa were fired. In come Melissa and Brande. She explains she would have been fired if Tionne hadn't volunteered. Everyone feels sorry for Tionne.
Trump asks the three KOTU team members if they're surprised. Clint is. Trump says one of them is next. Commercials, including Melissa and Joan in an actual All commercial, where they ask us to go to their website to watch the viral video and put more money in the tills for their charities. But, because I hate All's uptight executives, I'm not even going to link to it, or watch it. Sorry, charities. I'm petty like that. And All should hire some people with a sense of humor.
Back in the boardroom, Trump asks Natalie what she thinks. She thinks it's weird that Clint brought Khloe and Natalie in instead of Joan, who he fought with all day for two days. Trump says it was smart, because he thought Clint would bring Joan in, but Trump wouldn't have fired her, because she was right about what she was saying. Clint says he does take responsibility for his actions. Trump says he respects that. He says he respects everyone on the show, which is why they're here. Right. It's not just because these are the yahoos he could get to do the show. Trump asks if Clint's sold about as many country music albums as anyone. Clint says it's roughly 20 million. Trump says that's amazing, but Clint says it's satisfying. Trump says there's always a reason for success, and then asks if Clint would like to be fired so he can go home and do concerts since he's a busy guy. Clint would like to continue with the game. Trump asks Natalie about a big golf tournament she has coming up soon in Asia. He asks if she would be happy to be fired. She would rather go on, even if she misses the golf tournament. She says there are a lot of golf tournaments, but this is once-in-a-lifetime. She says she'll fight to the end, and miss the appearance fee and prize money.