Trump moves on to Hope and asks why she wasn't used in a swimsuit since she is the Playmate of the Year. La Toya says they were so rushed to get everything done and needed Hope to help with that. Hope says she only needed to be a model for one day. Star says that they had some good models, but they didn't hold a candle to Hope. La Toya says she would have loved to see Hope that way, and Trump reminds her she's the project manager and got to make that decision. Hope says it was cold, but she was willing to get in a bathing suit and be painted gold for the task, because that's what you do.
Trump asks Mark if he would have used Hope if he'd had her on his team. He says that would have a been a slam-dunk and is already imagining the flier he'd have made. All the guys are shaking their heads, baffled. Trump asks Mark what's on his wrist, and Mark looks all nervous and says, "You got me. That is a tattoo." Everyone laughs. Trump asks if Mark likes it, and Mark says that in the same way a Brooks Brothers suit is common in Trump's job, tattoos are in the rock genre. Trump: "It's too bad. It's too bad." Where is he from? 1930? Trump asks Busey if he thinks they won. Busey says he has a feeling they did a good job, and they took a risk. Trump asks what the theme was, and Busey says it was pirates. When Trump asks why, Mark says that they were going with Australian Gold being the treasure or booty. He says the beach theme is very common, so they went for an original take. Meat Loaf says he has no idea how they did, but he says part of the criteria was outside of the box, and they were packed with people when the executives came.