Trump asks Niki what Dionne did, and Niki says that she made a beautiful kitchen, but picked bad timing to come up to her and ask about Hope being on the wrong trailer. Dionne says she doesn't know how it was bad timing. Niki calmly explains that she was about to go get more clients, and Dionne was being "very excited and emotional." Not exactly the truth, but she was a little angry, so okay. Don says that he definitely saw and people commented that Dionne's good when you give her something to do, but she never takes that extra step. Marlee says that Dionne works very well when given a task, and has very good money management skills, but she's not necessarily a multi-tasker. She says she does what they ask her to do, which is what they expect from her. Trump asks if that's a compliment, and Marlee says it depends what Trump's looking for.
Trump moves on to Backbone, and asks Busey about his leadership. Busey thinks he was a very good leader, because he pays attention and listens to his team. Trump asks Hatch what kind of leader Busey was, and he says he believes that Busey believes what he's saying, but Hatch doesn't believe he was a good leader. Ivanka asks John, who says Busey is an inspirational person and has potential to be a great leader, but he's disappointed in his inability to bring leadership to this team. Meat Loaf says Busey was good in situations. Trump says Gary's different, and is a genius, which a lot of people can't understand. Meat Loaf says Busey got hearing aids, which helped, and Busey says that Marlee brought him a miracle by sending him to her doctor, where he got hearing aids. He says he was only able to use forty percent of his hearing, so he's been legally deaf. He says Marlee came to him and sent him down there. He says he now has all five senses working compatibly and evenly. He feels his life is changed. Trump says he thinks he's a great guy, but he may be fired tonight. Busey: "I may be what?" Trump tells him that's convenient.