Joan comes in and sees all of the picture frames of Clint and thinks it looks like they're pushing him too much. She thinks it looks like a line-up, and it is actually pretty hilarious to see so many frames of Clint. She says it became the Clint Black show. She orders every third one to be taken away, because it can't be about him. She says if Clint went to a bar, he'd pick up himself. Then she realizes she should have had Gods Love We Deliver people describing the product. She smacks herself on the head and says she's stupid. Uh, is it too late to do that? The impersonators show up: Two Lizas, Carol Channing, Cher, Joan Rivers. Melissa says no one can put on a better event than her mother. Annie's trying, though, bossing Tom around. She wants him to take care of the Celebrity Apprentice frame, and she and Brande will do the rest. Joan thinks they're in good shape. She says losing the planner made it an insane challenge, but the room had come together wonderfully. When you enter Joan's party, by the way, you walk through a Kodak picture frame, which is a really cool idea. Joan thanks everybody for killing themselves. Everyone claps. Joan thinks this is an incredible display of God's Love.
Annie's freaking out, so Tom asks if they can dust off chairs or something. Brande tells them just to look pretty. Annie was trying to accomplish something really classy, like silent auctions should be. Tom makes a "stool sample" joke. Annie yells, "I need..." followed by anything that you can possibly think of, over and over. "I need help." "I need power." She thinks it looks amazing, and then she asks everyone who isn't part of the party to leave because they're opening the doors. It's showtime. And we're back with live Trump. He says this is why he picked these two for the final. And that this should be the biggest night in Apprentice history. Commercial.
Joan's drag queen friends get ready in a dressing room and talk about how much they love Joan. They think she better beat Annie. They think Joan has it all, and wears as much makeup as them. Trump has no response to that, so sends us back to the task. Dramatic music plays as the Kodak buses pull up filled with people. Lots of cameras. The Joan impersonator interviews people on Joan's red carpet. Dennis and Tom come in, and Dennis is dressed in drag. So there's drag on both sides. Everyone wants their picture taken with Dennis. Annie's people are bidding. She thinks the room looked very sophisticated, and high-end. She introduces celebrities: Bernard Hopkins, Oksana Baiul, Joe Frazier, and a bunch of poker players. Brande talks about how great Annie did, and how this was her moment to shine. Dennis thinks the party could have been a lot more extravagant, but Annie wanted everything her way. He says it was just networking. Cirque du Soleil characters show up to interact.