In the ASAP van the next morning, Meat Loaf is sobbing because his primary donors were giving money specifically to his charity, Painted Turtle. He says he can't gamble this money, so Star tells him to rely on her. She says she'll fight for them to keep their winnings even if they lose, like they did with the art show. Backbone arrives at their war room trailer the next morning and starts collecting donations with their credit card machines. In the ASAP trailer, Star calls Trump and asks if they can keep the money for Meat Loaf's charity even if they lose. Trump tells them that takes away the incentive to win, which is what this show's about. He tells Meat Loaf to think about it this way: If his team wins, he gets even more money for his charity; and he needs to look at his money going to someone else's charity as a good thing too. But Meat Loaf cries some more and says he just won't gamble this money. Does this mean he's going to quit, too? Or at least not include those donations in his winnings?
Backbone's trailer. The Jo(h)ns are hitting up their donors again to make sure their money comes in. La Toya's very disappointed with her donors, because she thought she'd bring in a million-dollar donor. Rich has another friend show up and give him $20,000 cash. Then Jimmy Fallon shows up to help out with the comedy show, but he also donates another $10,000. Then he picks up Rich's guitar and starts singing a song about Celebrity Apprentice. It's called, You're Fiyered, [sic] and is actually pretty cute. In ASAP's trailer, Meat Loaf is still crying and Marlee's trying to talk him through it. She tells him he has to change his attitude and try to win. Star tells him to start focusing on the comedy show. Meat Loaf credits Star and Marlee with keeping him going, and now he's starting to feel like he might win.
At the comedy club, Meat Loaf's trying to rehearse introducing the comedians, and it's not great. Marlee interviews that Meat Loaf really showed his weakness today, and there's just no time for that. Backbone's rehearsing their show, too. La Toya's super excited and thinks her team is going to do a fabulous job. People start showing up at the comedy club, including, weirdly, Kevin Kline and Phoebe Cates. Meat Loaf stops crying long enough to come out and introduce the show. Star says she's never seen anyone go from crying and worrying to taking command of the stage. He even throws around some f-bombs, so you know he's commanding it.