Trump's ready to get down to business with Joan and Annie, so he darkens the room. He asks Joan why he should pick her. She says she thinks she represents winning and business in the new way that this country is taking on, which is being honorable. She also is proud that she's represented getting money for charity. She says she didn't raise as much money as Annie, but she raised money and awareness. I have to say Joan's been a lot better about selling her charity than Annie has. You can tell it means the world to her, where it sort of feels like Annie just chose a charity that she thinks is good, not like it's something she's been part of and worked with for years. Trump asks Annie why he should pick her. She asks what the game's about. She says if it's about raising the most money, winning challenges or winning tasks. She says on all counts, she did better. He points out she lost the last task, which was a biggie. She says Joan caused the designer to go away. The audience starts booing. Annie says Joan lied in the boardroom about it, too, and Trump asks isn't that what Annie's done the whole time. Joan interrupts and Annie calls her out on doing that every time. Joan: "You're damn right!" Annie asks if Trump's going to let Joan tell him when Annie can speak. She says her friends came through and Joan's didn't, which says a lot about her. Trump says to Joan that she really dislikes Annie. She says that's right, she doesn't like her. Thanks for pointing out the obvious, Trump.
Trump asks Annie if she dislikes Joan, and Joan says she does. Trump asks to let Annie answer, so Joan throws her hands up. Annie says she can't believe that Joan would be allowed to say the things she has said in the boardroom. She says that in a real boardroom, Joan would have to be fired or that would be actionable. Joan says she's run a business for 20 years, honorably, and has never fired anybody. She also says she says to people's faces how she feels about them, just like Trump, which she thinks is honorable. She says Annie's two-faced. She said she hopes Joan will die and called her a cancer, but would never say it to her face. Trump says that is true, and asks what the difference is. Joan asks Annie to say it to her face. Annie says she only said that after Joan caused the designer to quit. Because, you know, that warrants death. Annie says that she sat here for six boardrooms and "acted professional." Joan awesomely says, "Professional-LY." She totally just corrected Annie's grammar. Okay, it's official. I love Joan. Annie says there's only so much a girl can take. Joan says, "You're not a girl anymore, darling. You're a woman." Trump sends us to another commercial saying it's not going to be an easy decision.