Trump asks Nene how she feels about this mess, and Nene's like, "I feel that it's a mess." He asks whose fault it is, and she says she'd say Lisa because Star put her in charge of delivery. Trump asks Marlee who's at fault, and she says it was a fault of time. Then Busey's cell phone rings, and Trump tells him to turn it off, then jokes that he's fired. Marlee's like, "Mr. Trump, I didn't hear that," and Trump calls her cute. Not at all condescending to call a woman "cute" in a professional setting, is it? All the women laugh.
Trump moves on to the men. Hatch, even after hearing about Star's $40,000 donation, is sure they won. He says all the men rocked it. When Trump asks who his star was, Hatch says everyone, but Jose was a workhorse and John Rich brought in money like you wouldn't believe. Trump asks David who the star was, and David chooses Jose for taking almost no breaks. Trump asks Busey who's the best team member and Busey says all of them. He's lost his voice from yelling as the Pepperoni Profit for so long. Trump asks Busey what his team could have done better, and Busey clears his throat then says they could have done everything they did better on the day of the task. Trump asks what that means, and Busey says that means they did better. Everyone looks puzzled. Because it's Busey Logic! Don laughs that he has no idea what that means, but he's going with it. Trump asks Jose what he thinks of Hatch. Jose says Hatch is very lucky he's gotten this all-star team. Trump asks if Jose's not a big fan of Hatch's, and Jose says he's not. Which is a perfect time for a commercial. So suspenseful. If only we knew why Jose doesn't like Hatch. Oh, right. We already saw that part, so we do.
After the break, it picks right back up with Jose saying there's no smoke and mirrors with him. Trump knows that, because he told the truth about baseball. Everyone agrees. By the way, WHAT IS WRONG WITH JOSE'S EYES? Have they always been blue, or is he wearing colored contacts? I can hardly look at him. It's trippy. Anyway, Jose says he doesn't like the way Hatch treated members of the team, and says he was physical with David. Trump doesn't think Hatch will be physical with Jose, and Jose agrees that wouldn't go over well. Jose says he's a bully, and delegated aggressively. Jose explains that Hatch pushed David away when he was trying to give his opinion once, and David agrees, saying Hatch was ignoring him and being disrespectful. Hatch says he did say "No, not now, later," but his intention wasn't to be physical. Hatch says he's not sure why Jose dislikes him and he thought he was a great worker on the task. Jose says he stands for the truth and that's it, and he defends the underdog.