Trump asks Herschel how he thinks Dennis did, and Herschel says he doesn't drink, and Dennis does. He says he thinks Dennis was hung-over, not allergic. Trump asks who was knocking on Dennis's door, and Tom says he knocked on it for about half an hour. Trump says that if you have an eye infection and someone knocks, you answer the door. Tom says he knocked on Dennis' door for a half-hour, which is why he was late. Herschel says, "Tom, I'm not throwing you under the bus..." Trump: "And then watch," as he laughs. Herschel says that when Tom got there, he told them he didn't get Dennis up. Trump asks why he didn't, and Tom says he tried. He banged on the door for about 20 minutes. Trump asks Dennis if he was in the room. Dennis says, "Yep." Trump asks why he didn't answer the door. Dennis says he didn't want to be bothered. He says it didn't matter who was knocking. Tom says he didn't know until now that Dennis was in the room when he was knocking. Dennis says he didn't want anyone to see his eyes looking like that. Trump says that no one would be able to because he wears sunglasses. Dennis takes them off and says, "See my eyes?" Trump says, soothingly, "They look good, Dennis." Trump is so much nicer to celebrities than real contestants on this show, don't you think?
Athena discusses whether Dennis had a reaction to a cat or a dog. Melissa hilariously says, "It wasn't any ... It was a girl named Kitty." Hee. Okay, I might like her a little bit for that. Back in the boardroom, Dennis says he refused to see a doctor, just like he did when he was in the NBA. Trump asks if he didn't think it was disrespectful not to say anything to Tom, even without opening the door, to say "Tom, I'm not feeling good." He says he wouldn't do that to Phil Jackson or Michael Jordan. Trump asks if Phil Jackson's knocking on that door, he opens it, right? Dennis says, honestly, no. Trump calls him a piece of work, as Dennis says that he'd do the same thing to Michael Jordan. Trump asks if that's a mood thing. Dennis says it's not a mood thing, it's just that if he's not feeling good, he asks the team to help him out. He says that's what a team is all about. He rambles on about being sick and stopping Donald Trump International Enterprises. Ivanka thankfully interrupts him to tell him if he doesn't communicate that he's sick, how does the team know to help him out. It just seems like he's not showing up. Trump asks Clint if he'd fire Dennis or Tom. Clint says that if he were Donald Trump, he'd make Dennis produce at least three doctors to tell him the same thing. Dennis just sits there chewing gum, acting sullen.