The Kodak execs come to visit the Hydra site, and Gene again goes off about "Kodak World" while Omarosa goes off (skeptically) in an interview about "the magic that is Gene Simmons." They even get the Kodak execs to pose with the life-sized cutouts of the Empresario team that they printed as a demo.
Hydra, despite the rinky-dink vibe they're putting off, is actually moving some printers. And who should show up but Alec Baldwin. "My brother's a celebrity," Stephen Johnny Dramas. We then see Stephen giving big bro a sidewalk pitch, and Alec returns the compliment: "Well, there's no one more full of crap than Stephen." But he ends up buying some printers for a thousand each. "It showed everyone what a real Baldwin is," Piers interviews. Yeeouch! I felt that all the way over here.
The Kodak execs visit, and Piers gives them the hard sell on their concept. Even Piers thinks they've made the best of things.
After it's all over, the Kodak execs meet with Trump and talk about Hydra's sloppy presentation versus the slick look of Empresario. But which team won?
So it's off to the board room, where Trump's first question is to Gene: "How did you feel leading the women?" "Exhilarated," Gene slimes, and claims an instant connection. Omarosa brings up the "benevolent dictator" thing, as the guys of Hydra chuckle knowingly. Trump again calls Gene on skipping the meeting with the client. Gene blathers about his strengths, and says that any Kodak exec should say to him, "I give up; you're the cream of the crop." Trump chuckles a bit; he's still getting used to not always being the most arrogant person in the room. Trump then turns to Tito to ask him about the sloppiness of Hydra's presentation. Did you recall that Tito was the PM on this one? Me either, since we saw him doing almost no actual M-ing. Tito explains about the coffee vs. laptop incident and says they did their best dealing with the setback. Trump turns it over to Cramer, who says that Empresario had the better presentation, but Hydra wins because they had the stronger message and also raised more money. So that's a $20,000 prize for Tito's charity, St. Jude's Children's Hospital. Congratulations, Cancer Boy!