Regis consults with Trump about the guidebooks. He likes the women's team cover (the guys' cover looks hideous, all overexposed and blurry and gross). He also likes that the women personalized their destinations. But he also likes that the men went region-by-region around the city.
Inside the boardroom, Dayana is really settling into this aggrieved, defensive posture in front of Trump, and Trump is more than willing to take up for her. Aubrey says Dayana derailed the team, basically blaming her for the fight with Lisa. Lisa says she took the whole task upon herself (also with Aubrey and Debbie), and basically sells the "vanity" narrative re: Dayana and Teresa's photos. Debbie puts the blame on Teresa, and Teresa continues to rely on the "we have signs every week" argument. The bickering gets severe enough that Aubrey and Teresa volunteer to jump teams (the men want neither one of them). Teresa says Debbie is unprofessional for having her tits hanging out of her dress, which is at least a new complaint. Trump LIVES for this shit. Turns out, Regis liked the women's book better, so they get the $35k added to their sales.
Trump immediately asks the guys about the Blue Man balloon, and Penn explains that "They will not, because of their characters, deal with money." Um, WHAT? Did everybody know the Blue Man Group were that pretentious? No wonder Penn loves them. Clay says once again that it was a terrible idea and thinks they didn't get half of that money, which Dee vehemently denies. The Trumps are on Clay's side here, though. Penn says they were never going to get all that they were promised -- that essentially the $8,000 was a spectacle figure and that, I guess, whatever the team ended up with was the intended donation? It's an insane notion and I'm shocked the Trumps weren't all over him. Clay at least manages to call that notion out as "stupid." Trump then touches on the issue of Arsenio's missing check, but not nearly as much as you'd think. Which makes me think the men won. And indeed, even though the margin was a mere $14, the men win the challenge. So good for the March of Dimes.