Back at Team Marlee, they wait for Geoffrey Holder, who ... shows up. Of course. La Toya tells him he looks fabulous, and he agrees. Marlee's happy and relieved. Geoffrey uses his best voice and delivers his 7Up lines. The ladies are totally smitten. It's sort of funny, though, that Marlee's obsessed with the guy who's all about voice when she can't hear. She must just like the look of his persona.
Team Rich. Star and Rich head to the Hudson Hotel to start working on the live performance for the next night. Rich is going to meet with Def Leppard. He says they're giving him a bit of a headache, but he's their colleague and is more than prepared to do the show instead of them if they try to B.S. him.
Live boardroom. Trump takes the opportunity to congratulate Ivanka, who's expecting her first child and Don and his wife, Vanessa, who are expecting their third. (Ivanka's husband doesn't warrant a congratulations, I guess.) Then he sends us back to Rich, waiting for Def Leppard. He's still hoping they don't mess with him. They come in and it's all hugs and kisses and warm greetings. Rich fills Def Leppard in about St. Jude, which he hopes will connect them to what's going on here. He hopes they won't fight him on anything when they realize what they're doing this for. They all come to agreement that Rich will come out and sing "7Up is rockin' the country" while he stomps his foot, then Def Leppard will come out and tear it up. He thinks Def Leppard and their manager, Malvin, are all great now.
Team Marlee. It's the morning of the event, and Marlee's feeling a lot of pressure to make sure everything's in place. Hatch tells her what's up about designing the event space. He interviews that nothing's been planned so he has no idea if their space is going to look like a "barn ... or something that reflected our goals." It's all chaos as they wonder what to do with the balloons and the tables and other crap everywhere. La Toya says if they don't get this done, "John Rich is going to win this. Definitely. Without a doubt."
Back in the live audience, Trump welcomes back the few, the outspoken, the fired: David, Lisa, Niki, Mark, Hope, Lil Jon, La Toya, Star, Meat Loaf, Busey, and Nene. They saved the craziest for last, y'all. Trump starts with David Cassidy, since he fought with Hatch, who is now in prison. Again. Cassidy thinks Hatch "is in the right place at the right time. ... When you take the low road, where else would you end up?" Cassidy tells Trump he tried telling him to fire Hatch, but then he backtracks and says Trump did the right thing. Um, okay? Trump asks Lisa why she was gone so soon, and Lisa says to ask the audience. A couple people yell "Star," and Trump asks Star how she responds. She says that you need to bring your A game. He goes back to Lisa for a response, but she says she doesn't like to respond to that person. Trump informs her that someday they'll get along great. Again: Um, okay? We get a crazy Busey montage of sound effects (hissing, barking, whatever) to lead us into commercial.