Boardroom. Trump asks Omarosa how they did, and she's confident, since they executed a good plan. She says. Stephen is even more confident, and gives credit to his guys, of course remembering to smirk toolishly about Tito's porn-star girlfriend showing up. Trump ribs Tito about getting a pre-nup. Not sure which one of them would benefit more from that. Here are the results: Don says that Empresario sold $17,038.79 worth of hot dogs. Hydra has already begun gloating, but Trump makes them wait until Ivanka announces that they raised $52,286. More than triple Empresario's total, in other words. "That's a drubbing," Trump pronounces, and gives the men credit both for using their celebrity and picking a better location. Stephen credits Gene and says he wouldn't have done anything differently. Trump for some reason asks Piers who Empresario's weak link is, and he says, "Amorosa." She corrects him, and Piers responds, "I know you're a celebrity, I just never heard of you." And then he says Omarosa blew on the first season, which is an odd thing to say for someone who claims never to have heard of her. Omarosa busts on Piers's own celebrity in turn, calling him famous for being "the English asshole." That's beneath Omarosa. She should have called him "The other English asshole." Don reminds Omarosa of her first-season triumph with the lemonade stand, in which she learned that sex sells. Why not do that this time, with the Playboy centerfold and the supermodel and the hot softball player and all? Omarosa says she got criticized for doing that back then, and learned her lesson. Trump points out that she got killed. The real lesson? Chicks can't win.
He moves on. They earned a total of $69,324, an all-time record for the show. And it's all going to go to Stephen's charity, as he's the winning Project Manager. It's the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, in honor of Stephen's mom. And now Hydra is dismissed, and they will get to watch the impending boardroom carnage from their own suite.
Which they do, on a huge flat-screen. On the hot seat, Omarosa says that some of her team let her down, and some stepped up. Marilu obviously belongs to the latter group. In fact, she raised eleven of the team's seventeen grand, all told. Nely also gets credit for being focused and on-task. Tiffany gets thrown under the bus for being a poor salesperson, especially for someone who has gotten famous, as Omarosa classily put it earlier, "selling ass in a magazine." Don calls Omarosa on her hypocrisy about selling sex, and Omarosa says that's Tiffany's "brand." Watching with Hydra, Gene compares Omarosa's survival skills to those of a "cock-a-roach." Back in the boardroom, Omarosa and Tiffany talk over each other as Tiffany says she's saving her contacts for later in the game. She also makes the point that they weren't really "allowed to use" their celebrity in the game, which Omarosa has the nerve to take exception to. Ivanka chimes in to say that the uniforms were a mistake. Trump puts Omarosa on the spot for missing the celebrity angle, since he thinks that's what it should have been about. Nely admits that Omarosa made a mistake, but she executed and led like a motherfucker. Trump asks who among the women isn't ready to be a leader, and we're back around to Tiffany. She says that if she were a leader, she wouldn't be as condescending to people. Omarosa condescendingly explains to Tiffany why she's so condescending. "Tiffany is toast," Gene pronounces from the Hydra suite. Trump asks who's fault the poor location was, and Omarosa and Carol snipe at each other about that for a while. Trump dismisses the team, and Omarosa announces that she will be returning with Tiffany and Carol.