Trump asks Marlee who she'd fire. She says she'd fire Meat Loaf, because his working style threw them a bit off-kilter. Trump says that she could have stopped the off-kilter. She agrees, and says they tried. Trump asks Star, who would also fire Meat Loaf, because the executives didn't like the vignettes. The Jo(h)ns cheer for Meat Loaf to start fighting. Trump asks Meat Loaf who he'd fire. Meat Loaf says he sort of took over, but he always deferred to Marlee. Meat Loaf says that he knows Trump likes Star, but she is the one who was supposed to do product placement and branding. She says it was her job to do that, but not to select the shots. She says she's absolutely shocked at that, but George says she was in charge of the script. And Don says she was in charge of branding. She says the only reason they had the scene at the end of the video was because she insisted on it. Marlee agrees. Meat Loaf says he's not arguing that point, but there should have been a shot of the box. Star tells him to tell the truth: that he actually had a shot of the box and chose not to include it. He says he's not going to say that because it's not what happened. She asks why he didn't use that shot. George asks why they didn't use the shot of the box early on. Meat Loaf says the ladies chose to open with Star. Trump sends them out.
In the lobby, Star keeps pushing on the shot. Meat Loaf calls her "sweetie," which pisses her off. Then he says that she's the one who insisted the shot of the box was on the disc. She tries to shut Meat Loaf up by saying "Case closed." He says it's not, but she says it is to her. She treats him like a child, telling him to bring his voice down or she won't talk to him. She walks away and pretends to ignore him as he tells the truth and she lies. He says he thought she was a lawyer and willing to debate with any person, but she says you have to come to her with her credentials to get to debate with her. Then she says "Enough!" twice, and he calls her "young woman" and says she can't cut him off. It's 'bout to get ugly, y'all. After a commercial, they're still arguing. She says she doesn't owe him an argument and declines to give him one. In the boardroom, Trump asks who he should fire. Don says he could find cause to fire each of them. George says he'd fire Star because she should have had the OnStar branding right at the beginning.
Trump calls them back in and glares at them. He asks Meat Loaf what was going on in the lobby. Meat Loaf says he was arguing with Star, and she says he was arguing but not with her because she wouldn't do it. Meat Loaf says that she did the logo at the end instead of the box, and Trump asks who did the script. She says there wasn't one, so George points out the voiceovers she did. Meat Loaf says Star did that, which is when Star says she must tell them something to make sure "we're all clear on the sequence of events." She says there was never a script, even though she begged Meat Loaf to lay down his ideas with her. Marlee says that Meat Loaf wanted to work improvisationally. Trump says she's the project manager. She says he didn't want a script, and Don says that's the creative process and Meat Loaf's creative. Plus, if she wanted to stop it, she could have. She says he told her to trust him.