Trump interviews Marlee's interpreter, Jack. He says he's truly a breakout star, and asks how Celebrity Apprentice has changed his life. Jack says people have even stopped him in the grocery store. Trump says he's going to be very famous, and Trump would like twenty-five percent. Of his fame? How does that work, exactly? Trump sends us back to the show.
Boardroom past. Rich and Marlee, plus their teams, line up back before Hatch went off to prison. Trump asks Rich how he did. He says he's very proud of his team, and he thinks he built a campaign that could sell $1 billion of 7Up Retro. He says he's sure both teams came with exciting ideas, but he thinks that it all comes down to one simple thought put forward, and he thinks theirs will sell immense product. Trump asks Marlee, who thinks she won because they completed their task, went all out, had class with everything. Trump says he thinks both teams did a great job, and the executives agreed. But, ultimately, he says, it's going to be his decision. He shares the cans and the packaging with the other teams. Trump asks Rich what he thinks. Rich says that, if these were album covers, theirs would win. Because it's all about walking into a store and seeing something that jumps off the shelf at you. He says theirs is nice, but it doesn't explode at you like theirs. Marlee says she likes their can, but she doesn't like that there's no phrase relating to the charity or words like "Refreshing." She says it's a little plain, but she likes it. La Toya says she's sorry to say it, but she loves Rich's can. Trump agrees. He says Rich's can was preferred, but that is just part of it.