Unanimous. Penn continues scream and growl at random passersby, proudly proclaiming himself to be "carny trash." He heads inside with a friend of his to tell Clay to ring up a sandwich and a $500 tip. Clay takes one look at guy and says, "This is a platinum card, you can make it a thousand!" The guy reluctantly agrees, and Clay calls Penn a wimp. Ha! Perhaps this will be the beginning of a beautiful and unlikely friendship? And speaking of unlikely things, a roller derby-looking dancer has a $5,000 donation and asks Penn, "Can I make it rain on Clay Aiken?" Nice. Clay gladly obliges, and she just became my hero. While her money caresses his cheeks, Clay wonders where all of Paul's supposed donors are.
Uptown, the ladies of Forte are rolling in the money themselves. Andy Cohen, Katie Ford, and Russell Simmons all visit, though Simmons does present difficulties because he's a vegan. Cheryl and Victoria puzzle over what to prepare for him and run into the back to slap something together. Before he hands over his $10,000, he wants to taste the tofu-and-cranberry-spread creation. Cheryl blanches, fearing the sandwich might be awful, but the hip-hop impresario seems to like it. Don stops by, and Patricia gives him the rundown of their day so far. He worries that offering up a grilled cheese will slow them down, but thinks otherwise the ladies are doing well.
Unanimous. Dee and George worry that all the hullabaloo outside is distracting people from coming inside, and it really does look pretty dead in there. Adam is less concerned because there will be no way Paul can avoid the ax if his delivers don't come through and they lose.
Trump calls the two PMs to tell them he's arranged for an appearance on the Rachael Ray Show. Each team will send its best sandwich, and whichever one Rachael deems most delicious will win a bonus for that team. Paul sends Adam and Arsenio with The Chopper (with a box that features Paul's tatted bicep). Patricia sends Lisa and Victoria with The Celebrity Club International. Rachel tastes both sammies, though we won't find out the winner until tonight's boardroom.