Trump asks Nene what she thinks of La Toya. Nene says she's not a strong player, which is what it is. La Toya begs to differ and her voice cracks. Trump says life is unfair, because La Toya's fighting with no voice. La Toya says their first win was a fundraiser, not creativity. She says they lost the second task, because Star wrote the script and wanted everything her way. The next task, they lost because Star controlled that. Star asks if La Toya could write a script, and La Toya says, "Who could write anything when you're there?" Star cuts in, "Excuse me?!" But Trump tells her to let La Toya talk. La Toya says this last task was exactly as Star wanted it, and she says Star thought it was a homerun and they'd win no matter what. La Toya says she didn't think the campaign was professional and she thought it was amateur.
Star interrupts to say they had a "Come to Jesus" meeting because of La Toya after she and Nene were assigned to go pick up props and Nene expressed some concern about whether they could do it effectively. Star says she stopped the team's progress so they could work it out, and she tried to defend La Toya. Trump asks La Toya why she didn't criticize Star's ideas during the task, and La Toya says you cannot say anything to Star when she's working on a task. "Star runs the show. Bottom line." Don asks if that isn't the point, and then wonders if La Toya can compete with Star in that way. Nene says Star is a strong player. Trump asks who should be fired, and Nene thinks about it, then says La Toya again. Nene says La Toya's not strong enough to move forward with the team. Trump says that the men's team is very strong, because of how this show works, where the strongest players move forward. He says the men's team is going to be very formidable, but the women's team is more formidable if they get along. He says he's gained more respect for La Toya than anyone here, because he thought she'd be weak and he doesn't think she has been. But he realizes the team doesn't want her here, and they know the problems they'll have beating these three guys. So he fires La Toya. Um, what? That made no sense. He tells her he respects her and thanks her.