When Holly says her biggest donation was $50,000, Sharon looks a little nervous, and tells Holly she didn't lose with that big of a donation. Trump says the $24,000 will play a part, and asks Holly if she thinks she won. She says her crew looked like they were ready to make a workout video, but that the executive came during the first class, so she isn't sure what they're going to say. Ivanka tells them about RockSolid's concept, and they give them the backstage pass with their workout moves on it. Trump wonders what "praying to the porcelain god" is, and Sharon explains the porcelain god is the toilet. Trump: "Oh, is that what that is?" At this point, Donald Jr. is literally stifling laughter. Once they explain it, Trump says, "That's very interesting. I've seen plenty of that, actually." Trump asks what Bret think of Tenacity's materials, and he says it seems kind of boring. Both teams think the other team won the $24,000. Which is a perfect time for a dramatic commercial break.
When we're back, we get a repeat of what we just saw, because so many people turn on a show during commercial breaks. Anyway, the $24,000 winner is RockSolid. They thought it was extraordinary, original, dynamic and amazing. They're probably going to use it at 24 Hour Fitness. Maria gets all excited that she might be on a video. I'm so confused about if she thinks she's doing all this time. Trump asks how Holly feels about this, if this puts them over the top, and Holly thinks it might. Trump asks Summer if she was responsible for Tenacity's workout class. She says she was partially responsible, but she shouldn't be fired. Trump asks Curtis what he did, and he says he had a big part in the concept, too, but he also doesn't think he should be fired. Donald Jr. tells Curtis that being responsible for the workout is a bad thing, and might mean they're fired. Curtis doesn't think they did lose.
Trump asks how Ivanka did. She says they did a terrific job, with spirit and a great theme. He asks Don about Tenacity. He says they got along great, but it was all work, much more of a business environment, which is probably why they lost on some of the fun of RockSolid. He says it's more what he's used to from a business standpoint, but he'd rather have fun with RockSolid. Ivanka says RockSolid raised $131,803, including the $24,000. Tenacity raised $206,090. Sharon curses, in shock, I think. Trump tells Holly she won. Trump says with the $10,000 from the free-throw contest, her team has $347,893. Trump says it's the largest they've ever raised for one task outside of the finales. She tells them about her charity, which raises money for families affected by autism. They're going to earmark this money to raise a facility for autism treatment. She says her oldest son has autism. Before they leave, Trump asks Cyndi who he should fire on RockSolid. She doesn't want to say, so he asks why not Maria. She says, "Because I feel bad. She's happy now." Trump: "Badly. You feel badly." That's right, folks. He just incorrectly corrected her grammar, and then she's like, "Badly." What a condescending dick. Cyndi says she does like Maria. He asks Curtis who he'd fire, and he says it's hard to know. Curtis would definitely not fire Bret, who's been very loyal, which is an important factor when you work in teams. Curtis says Maria hasn't always been loyal to her teammates, but maybe Sharon, who's project manager.