Lil Jon's excited for the heavyweight fight coming up! Except Trump tells them to turn their TV off. Lil Jon's like, "No. Bullshit." Hatch almost does a spit-take. While the women are in the lobby, Trump asks Eric what he thinks. He says Lisa's going to be in for a rude awakening. Trump says Lisa's got to get tougher. Don agrees, but he says the other two took ownership of a component that they lost on, so it's still three-way. I usually hate Trump's favoritism for the ladies he thinks are hot, but in this case, I might like that he's loving how Lisa looks. Because someone needs to split up the clique of Dionne and Star or every week is going to be like this. Trump tells Amanda to send the ladies back in.
In the boardroom, Trump tells Lisa he's not seeing much fight from her as the project manager. He asks why, and she says she's a fighter, but she will only fight to a point. "I won't fight dirty. I won't fight real dirty." He asks if they're fighting dirty, and she says she's never come across this kind of negative energy in her life. She says this is pretty intense, and Trump asks if it's tougher than she thought. She says it's tough. Trump asks if Dionne's surprised she's not fighting harder, and would she be fighting harder if she were project manager. She says she'd take her stand, and she doesn't know why Lisa, who's always been feisty, is crumbling now. Lisa says she's not crumbling, but they all thought they'd won. Trump says that then they lost and are now in a different mode. Trump says that winning is easy, but you have to pick up the chips when you lose, which she hasn't done. Lisa says she did everything she possibly could in this task, and she owns that. She says she was not the best project manager, but she is a fighter.
Don asks Star if she'd ever say what Lisa's saying, even if it were true. Star says this show is both a charitable endeavor and a business show. She says they're supposed to come to the table with their skill-set in place, and this isn't the kind of show that Lisa should be learning on. Lisa says that's a tough statement and completely judgmental. Dude, seriously, Lisa, why not fight? What is there to lose? She tells Star that she doesn't know her, and that she begged her to be project manager so they could throw her under the bus. She says that she's a threat to her even though she doesn't think she was very strong. Star mocks: "You're a threat to me even though you relied completely on me?" Lisa asks if she wasn't smart to use her in that way, but Star says no, she was scared. She says Lisa led in fear rather than in a position of knowledge. Lisa says they all begged her to take this on, and she did the best she could. Trump tells Lisa she didn't have to take the position on, and Lisa says she felt the pressure and crumbled. Trump says that Lisa shouldn't be admitting things like that to him, as a judge, and she says she's too honest sometimes. He tells her that Star's playing her like a child, and Dionne is too. Star jumps in and says that Lisa's not fighting because she knows Star and Dionne are telling the truth. Trump asks Lisa who she'd fire: Star or Dionne. Lisa says Dionne, because she's not a team player; she's here for herself. Trump and Don tell Lisa she needed to say for the theme, or Star for the book. Don tells her it's so obvious to say that in her position. Which is true. Trump says he and Don are both giving her points, because they like her and respect her, but she's really having a hard time. She clearly wants to go home. And Trump's happy to oblige, so he fires her. She leaves without saying goodbye to the other women. Trump tells the Trumplets he felt fine about it, and the Trumplets agree she had no fight.