Trump moves on to Clint, asking if he thought Liza Minnelli did a great job. Clint: "Gosh. Gol-ly. Wow." (That's Texan for "yes.") Trump says everyone loved her, and they should be very proud. Trump asks Clint why he chose the dinner and concert over the golf tournament, when most people would have thought that was a harder task. He says that he wanted to show Trump that he could do the task that would be the bigger challenge for him. Ivanka asks Clint what his impression of his oratory skills is; she says he really milked the y'all thing, and found it to be a little unpolished. Trump agrees it was too much, and he got the impression that he was trying to come across as a country boy. He asks Clint if it was on purpose, but Clint says it wasn't; it's just what he uses in his everyday speech. Trump says okay, and tells them they are both outstanding.
Then he moves on to the teams. He asks Poppy who she'd pick, having worked with both, and he wants her to forget she's on Clint's team; he won't say she's disloyal or anything. She says she was very impressed by Clint on this task, who instructed them very well and had a clear idea of what he wanted. She says she also thinks Brandy's phenomenal, and she'd ultimately choose Brandy. Trump says that's all right for Clint, because he's sure Anand would pick Clint, but Anand and Clint are both like, "No way!" Anand chooses Brandy. Trump asks Stephanie, who says she won't be as nice, because Clint kept showing up on their task, on the golf course, which she felt was very disrespectful of Brandy. Trump asks Brandy and says he didn't even notice Clint on the golf course, because his team was so focused on golfing. Brandy says she noticed, and thought it was desperate. Stephanie says it's a no-brainer, because you need an excellent businesswoman in the business world, which is all Brandy, who's well-spoken, intelligent, and eloquent.