The celebrities enter the boardroom, where George and Ivanka sit. Enter Trump. He asks Natalie if she thinks she won. She says she doesn't know, so he asks if she didn't like the job her team did. She thinks her team was incredible, actually. He asks who was incredible, and she says everybody, despite the issues. He asks why she's not sure they won, then, and she says she doesn't want to jinx her team. George laughs! He laughs! Natalie says that Clint and Joan worked together and got along great, so Trump asks Joan what she thinks. She says Clint's stubborn as hell, but terrific. She says she'd go see him in concert now, but only if he gave her the tickets. Clint says he got along great with Joan. Trump asks what Clint thought of Natalie as project manager, and he compliments her. Joan ranks her a high 7 or 8 out of 10. Natalie's happy, but Trump points out 7 or 8 isn't the best. She's happy, though.
Trump asks Brian about his team, and Brian says they did a good job -- that everyone did what they were supposed to do. Trump asks Brande, who thinks that's true. She says she and Jesse were kind of off on their own, though. Trump asks Melissa who was the weak member of the team, and she repeats they were separated, and says Jesse was very sick. They all commend him for being there, despite being sick. He tells Trump he got a stomach virus from his daughter, but he's feeling better.
Trump asks Ivanka to tell us how KOTU did. The executives thought their idea was very original, with great use of celebrity. They didn't like that the display units didn't house the packaging -- that they'd have to call a number to get the packaging. Trump points out that's a huge negative. Trump wants to see the project, which Ivanka pulls out, saying it's incredibly well-fabricated. It's a little safe that you open up to reveal all of the stuff about LifeLock. Athena thinks it's good, too.
George tells us what the executives thought of Athena: They loved the presentation, and that the display nailed brand messaging. But they felt that what the team did was a spin on what they already do. There wasn't much creativity. They did love that the product was for sale on the display, though. Trump asks Brian who he thinks won. Brian doesn't know. Trump says it wasn't Brian. It was KOTU. He congratulates Natalie for winning $20,000 for her charity: Boys & Girls Club. Another LifeLock commercial, which has CEO Todd showing his Social Security number, which is what Athena had. So, they didn't win, but they did have their idea stolen. At least there's that. (Or had LifeLock already done that? If so, they were really not creative.)