ASAP's shooting the ladies who lunch photo now, which La Toya's in charge of. It's the last shot of the day, and Star's appalled when she shows up, because there are no flowers and the food isn't in place. It doesn't look like luxury to her. The ladies who lunch in the photo are Star, La Toya, Marlee, and Nene. They all smile and pose, and then ooh and ahh about how cute and happy they look. Working in La Toya's favor here is that Star has such a giant ego that she's obviously going to be in love with this photo that she's in.
Backbone. John Rich tells Meat Loaf the top priority to him right now is that there are no misspelled words. Meat Loaf agrees to go word by word, and then hilariously says, "The. ... I need a dictionary." I'm sure he wasn't actually looking up "the," but still. Rich says he's trying not to do something stupid like misspell a word, which is all Trump will notice. They wonder about minute, conceivable, unparalleled. Lil Jon says they're using words like "Meticulous. M-e-t-i-c-l-l-o-u-s-n-m-e. Meticulous." Buzzer sound. Rich notices they've spelled "guest's" as "guset's." He finds "sophistication" spelled as "sophostication." He says supersede is actually correct with an "s." They print out one page of their spread, and Rich says it's not bad for a three-man team.
ASAP. The ladies are looking at their ad. Everyone's in love with it, but La Toya thinks there is nothing about it that's thinking outside the box. She says they've seen it all before: a lady by a bathtub. A guy giving her jewelry. Their ad is done, so Star's going to work on perfecting the presentation.
Next day. Backbone's getting pumped up, preparing their speeches. Rich says the plan is to be conversational with a professional edge to it. Rich says their strength is presentation. He says it dawned on him that they're staying at a Trump hotel for this show, which gives them personal experience, which is pretty big. The men arrive for their pitch. Judges Jim and James are there. Rich starts the pitch. He introduces Lil Jon first, who starts reading from his paper. Rich goes next, and tells a story about arriving at the hotel with his wife and son. He says it felt incredible as a father to arrive and find a crib with a stuffed teddy bear for his son. Meat Loaf asks Rich if he's ever wondered what it would feel like to be Donald Trump, and then he tells a story about how when he arrived they knew when the last time he was there was, so he felt like Donald Trump. "I live the life." Jim and James tell them "nicely done" and shake their hands. Rich says there are disadvantages to being a three-man team versus a five-woman team, but he feels like the playing field is pretty even after that pitch. The guys leave the room and agree they killed it.