Back from ads, Stephen gives his support to Vinnie. So does Trace. But Lennox wants to keep Piers, since he's winning, after all. Vinnie is still pissed about Piers hanging him out to dry with the women. He accuses Piers of having set him up. Piers claims that he was doing exactly that all along. Stephen suggests sending Vinnie over to Empresario, but Trump shoots that down, and the women don't think it's a good idea either. Trump asks Vinnie why he changed sides, and Vinnie says he wanted the women to win because they needed a victory, and that Piers was kicking them when they were down. He also has trouble picking a course and sticking to it, but he leaves that part out.
So now it's time to find out who won. I would say it was time for that an hour ago, but nobody asked what I thought. Trump says the Crocs guys liked Hydra's presentation, although they need to lay off of Lennox already, before he gets as overexposed as Trump himself. But the Crocs guys loved Empresario's display, and picked the women as the winner. They're thrilled at this, their first victory, and now Crocs is going to give 10,000 of their hideous recycled shoes to impoverished countries in Carol's name. How nice. Where I come from, that's called "dumping." Fortunately, they're also donating $20,000 to her brother's charity: "The Tony Alt Memorial Fund," Carol barely chokes out through tears. "It helps children." Well, that's a great charity! Who doesn't want to help children?
Vinnie tries to claim some of the credit for Empresario. But when nobody agrees with him, Vinnie says he's had a good run and made some money for his charity, but this isn't a "healthy environment" for him and he offers to resign. Trump thinks about it, but sends Empresario off to celebrate their victory first. "You don't have to quit," Omarosa says softly to Vinnie on her way out, probably unaware that her mic is still live. And Empresario heads back to enjoy their champagne and the live feed of the rest of tonight's board room.