Don Jr. shows up, and Dayana enthuses about Clay and all his great ideas for the jingle. Lisa sticks up for her own contributions to the concept and song. Don pokes a stick, asking Dayana if she feels her ideas have been fully heard. "Not really," she says. "[Clay] knows what he's doing, and [Lisa] is as loud as possible." Lisa's like "Not cool" and starts crying and then she fucking LOSES it, saying Dayana is lying and she's a fucking bitch. For her part, Dayana seems really pleased with herself that she prodded Lisa into looking like a total lunatic in front of Don.
Lisa stomps out, and after Don leaves, she returns, but it's a cold war. Dayana pulls the "not here to make friends" card, so the season can truly begin. She takes on signage and brand messaging for the task and refuses to apologize to Lisa, at least not an unqualified apology. Lisa continues to yell at her about being terrible. Dayana thinks a Celeb Apprentice needs class and dignity and HAHAHA I'M SORRY I CAN'T EVEN. Lisa resolves to put her head down and bury Dayana in the boardroom.
At rehearsal, Forte hones their fake radio show concept, and Dayana continues to micromanage Clay, which he resents. He flips on her and yells at her for condescending to him, so she backs off and gives a crying interview about how nobody respects her.
The next day, Clay and Dayana overhear Aubrey rehearsing her team's song (complete with finger-to-ear posing), but they don't think they're in very much trouble. The Forte performance goes well, with Dayana creeping offstage like an angry Disney villain in a cardigan. At the end, Dayana takes the stage, sans mic, and thanks everybody for watching, even though nobody can really hear her. It's pretty sad.
The Good Sam exec liked the energy of the performance, Clay's singing, and Lisa's writing. He thought it was maybe a little too conservative and that Dayana was not dressed for the stage when she took it.
Arsenio kisses Aubrey's ass to start, saying he'd put her voice up against Clay's today. Even Clay has to laugh that one off. Arsenio acknowledges that he and Aubrey butt heads, but he'll take a leader like her over ... Trump: "A stiff. Like Teresa." WHOA. I think Trump is finally fed up that Teresa hasn't flipped a table on anyone this season. He's just kidding, of course, but Teresa proceeds to give a series of stiff, one-word answers, so, you know.
Switching gears, Trump wonders aloud if this is the night we [finally] get rid of Dayana. Lisa says if they lose, Dayana should definitely go, calling her both a know-nothing AND a do-nothing. Dayana thinks Lisa should be fired, for being a big meanie. They bicker about Lisa shooing Dayana away from the lyric-writing, and it's all just the same argument, over and over again. Don asks Dayana to defend her comment about Lisa in front of him, and Dayana tries to put it off on Lisa's temper. Lisa rips off a tirade -- one that traverses the commercial break -- that really impresses Trump with its viciousness. They rehash and rehash the fight. Dayana basically keeps saying she was not respected and they pushed her away. Ivanka sees this as a failure of leadership, to which Aubrey starts bobbleheading from her side of the table. The Trumps are finally like, what? Aubrey basically says to be a leader means letting people do what they do best, and she rips off the soundbite-worthy "This is not Celebrity Miss Universe, this is Celebrity Apprentice." Trump notes Dayana's stoicism in the face of Lisa and interprets it as "cool," which is your typical Trump myopia.