Backbone. Meat Loaf says they're dead; he's never been so unprepared for anything in his life, so they won't have time to rehearse. He doesn't like to go unprepared. Meat Loaf realizes the menu's wrong, because it says crab legs as an appetizer, but they're the side. Plus, there's no lobster, but it's on the menu. Busey says John Rich did it, and Rich gets angry, saying Busey's not going to pin that on him. Busey says he's not, so Rich brings up that he has been rude to him for two days, plus he called him "boy." Busey asks him if he will accept his apology, and Rich says no, because he should have apologized when he did it, but instead he was totally unaware. Is there a chance in hell Busey's going to pull off a win here? He did last time, after all.
Presentation time. ASAP is up first. Hope says she has to win, to show Trump that her age doesn't matter. Hope and Marlee introduce their presentations, then Hope talks to La Toya about her food, which is already sitting out plated. La Toya projects her voice well, but I do wonder how standing there and talking is a "cooking demonstration," which was the given task, wasn't it? Although Meat Loaf's could be a total disaster. Hope thinks it was great that La Toya gave Omaha such a ringing endorsement, but she thinks she wasn't loud enough. They move on to Star, who projects great and presents her light, 4-ounce petite filet.
Then Marlee and Nene present the red-carpet meal: lobster tails from Omaha. The execs wish that the teams would say "Omaha Steaks" instead of just "Omaha." Nene thinks they did great, and if there was a failure, it was that Star and La Toya didn't cook, whereas Nene turned on her oven and cooked (plus, she cut her lobster tail). Their variety pack is pretty awesome, with shrimp, burgers, and even cheesecake. Hope thinks they did great, but is sure Busey will be tough to beat.