Trump tells the men he has another surprise for them. He tells Amanda to "bring her in," and La Toya walks back in. She sits down next to Meat Loaf, and Trump explains that La Toya came to him and made a strong case for why she should come back. He says that La Toya could have gone back to California, where she has a lot of money and an easy life. He welcomes her to the guys' team, and she thinks this will be great. Trump reminds them that the men lost Jose through no one's fault, so this is a great chance to get back a strong player to replace him. He says he's never done this before in eleven seasons and he'll never do it again. Trump asks La Toya how she feels about Star versus NeNe, and she says she definitely likes NeNe, who will tell you the way it is, upfront, to your face. She says that Star is backstabbing and manipulative. NeNe agrees. Trump asks how La Toya feels about Hope, and La Toya says she's fine; she "follows Star." Trump says, to be fair, this is exactly what NeNe was saying. NeNe says it's the truth, but you have to be playing on this side to see it. She says these other ladies know it too, and she doesn't know why they won't say it.
Ivanka says that Hope's not saying anything. Trump: "Hope never says anything." Ivanka says if someone called her a follower, she'd say something. Hope says she doesn't see it as being a follower; she sees it as going for whoever's saying what she agrees with at the moment. Ivanka asks her what about saying something for herself and having other people agree with that. Trump interrupts to send the men and La Toya back to the suite. They welcome La Toya on the way out. Trump tells the other ladies to stay here, because someone will be fired.
In the suite, the men toast to their win and to La Toya. They think she's going to mesh well with their team, and that they're going to keep winning. Lil Jon says it feels good to win a task like this where the women are favored, and to get another $40,000 for his charity. Then they tune back in to the boardroom drama. Trump tells NeNe he finds her very nice and he thinks he understands her: She's very emotional. He also says he's known Star for a long time, and he also knows she's nice. He says it's too bad what's going on between the two of them. He asks what NeNe felt happened. She says she felt alone for the first day on her team, and she felt everyone should be able to put things aside and work, like she did. Trump says she does seem to be good at putting things aside. She says she does do that, but she knows she's guilty of just sitting there until she explodes like she did with Star. She explains Star telling her she should be project manager and Hope looking up like, "Yes! It's time." She says she knew it was a setup, so when Trump asked them who was going to be project manager, she told him the truth: that Star thought she should do it.