Trump asks Meat Loaf to help them. Meat Loaf says he likes Hatch, but he was very short with everyone. Trump agrees Hatch is an arrogant guy. Hatch has a response: He says he took a risk in taking on project manager, because they don't know each other very well yet. He says this was a high-pressure task and things had to be done and organized quickly. He says he never pushed David intentionally, which I actually believe as much as I can't stand the guy. David says he wants to be clear, and explains what he thinks happened: Hatch pushed him twice. Don asks Hatch if he'd push David and not others, because he's a little smaller. Hatch says he would act the same to everyone, and Jose 'roid rages about how Hatch is a liar. Hatch says he's not denying it, and Jose keeps on about how he speaks the truth. HULK ROAR! Jose calls him a damn liar, and Hatch says Jose's lack of intelligence is showing.
Trump stops them, and says Curtis tried both pizzas and liked the women's pizza more. He says Famous Famiglia Pizza was going to donate a substantial amount of money, and do they want to know how much? He tells them it was $35,000, which is a lot of money to blow for not having it delivered on time. The women are all sick to their stomachs about it. Trump asks Ivanka how much money the men's team raised. $54,104. Don says the women raised $115,868. The women cheer and scream. Lisa and Star kiss and make up. The $170,00 is all going to American Heart Association. Trump says he's not giving this $35,000 to Star or her charity, and wants to know who her team's star was. She and Dionne both say Niki. Her charity is the American Red Cross, so Trump gives them $35,000 from Famous Famiglia.
He tells the ladies to go back to their suite and watch, and the men should stay put because one of them will be fired. It seems like it has to be Hatch, doesn't it? I mean, did anyone else do anything wrong, really? I guess if they go by big-money donors brought in, maybe he wasn't the worst one. We'll see after commercials.