The executives get seated for RockSolid's presentation. RockSolid's still practicing their very cool "Ben, Ben, Ben!" and "Mister Sparky," then they say they're ready and their sound people make sure everything's working, and they begin. Bret explains they're performing three spots for executives in another room, and "I feel like I'm in the movie Seabiscuit. You know what I mean?" Why, no, Bret, no one knows what you mean. He goes on to make sound effects and add, "Like we're making walking sounds while we're singing. It's so old-school, but it's also kind of fun." Still not sure what he means with the Seabiscuit thing, but it's charming, so who cares? Bret wishes them a good morning and introduces the spots. They start with Mister Sparky, which is quite good. Next up is One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning, which is not nearly so sexy and risqué as Sharon thought. She even tells Bret it was perfect after all. Last is Ben Franklin, which is probably their most catchy jingle. At the end, the executives say they like the originality and need to hire Bret as a salesperson, but they're disappointed in the humor and wish Bret had come back a step further with that.
Tenacity's presentation time. Summer's nervous because it's a live performance. Cyndi's still trying to tell Summer her voice has more character and she should do it. Ultimately, Summer says she decided it's Cyndi Lauper, and she's going to let her sing it. The editorial part is long and WAY too fast, but Cyndi singing the jingle is great. However, it's hard to even know what they're advertising. That's how bad their copy part was. I think it was One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. Next up is Benjamin Franklin, which is also boring on the copy, and the song part isn't great either. Finally, Mister Sparky. It's a lot of copy again, and the executives seem to love it. They were all extremely generic, but I have a feeling the executives are going to choose these. Because they're boring. Summer's happy with the job they did. The executives discuss it, and they think it went a little too fast, but they realize thirty seconds is short. They liked their use of humor (which I must have missed). The executives head to talk to Trump, which all happens off-screen, which is fine by me. They never say anything anyway, other than to say they like both and then cut off right when they're about to say who they chose.