Ivanka asks Joan if there's truth in what Clint's saying. She says it wasn't a team, and she felt more like a kindergarten teacher. Trump asks Jesse if Joan's a team player, and he jokes that she's an asshole. Trump think she's been amazing so far. Jesse says he knew he'd be friends with her, that there's this crazy sexual electricity between them. Hee. Joan says she didn't agree with Clint's ideas, but as soon as he decided on them, she did everything she could to help him. She says Clint has come a long way since they met, but he's still difficult. She says he's changed as much as he possibly can without deep therapy. Trump doesn't think anyone changes. Trump asks if Clint ever takes his hat off, and he says he doesn't. Trump thinks he should maybe wear a hat, so everyone compliments his hair. Melissa says it's iconic. Clint says he wears it because black hats make your hair look thinner.
Brande thinks they won, and she explains their concept to Trump. Because there is too much time to fill. She then tells him how much she liked David Lee. They talk about his stats. Annie says he's a friend of hers. Trump see Joan roll her eyes, and he says Joan doesn't like Annie. Joan snits, "Everybody loves Annie." She says Annie must have some Christmas card list. Melissa tries to quiet her mom, but Joan says, "Quiet, Melissa. Mr. Trump asked me a question. I answered it." Family feud! Can I make it through 30 more minutes of this? I'm actually not sure that I can.
Annie tells Trump her team was good, and if they lose, she shouldn't lose because everything was put on her. Trump asks Melissa if that's true, and Melissa says Brande made those decisions. Trump asks Brande if Annie was tasked with a lot, and she says she did because Annie's the queen of stuff. Trump asks if Annie is the smartest person on their team. Ivanka says that knowing how to delegate is important, but Brande's undermining herself with this, because she gave up the opportunity to do the important tasks by forgoing them. Brande: "I don't think I foregooed" those. Melissa actually winces, thankfully, and Trump sort of does too. Trump asks if Annie took over the team. Brande says she didn't, but Melissa says that Brande allowed that to happen. Melissa felt she was being boxed out in game play, and it felt very much like game play. Trump asks if Melissa likes Annie, and Joan pipes in that she plays everyone like a deck of cards. Trump asks if that's true. She says she hasn't lied, and she's never made a personal attack on anyone in the boardroom. Joan says Brande's a follower, not a leader. Jim thinks Brande's queen analogy is problematic, because they're supposed to be three queens, but she just made them a queen and two pawns. Melissa thinks Annie's shutting her out because she thinks she can beat Brande more easily, but Annie says that's not true because Brande's such a good fundraiser and she doesn't want to go against that in the final.