Kathy Bates is really overdoing it in these poignant Harry's Law commercials. It's almost as bad as another look at this inspirational Minute to Win It one.
ASAP celebrates up in their suite. Star cuddles with Pinky, then talks about how amazing the American Heart Association is. She says they saved lives today, which is why she's doing this. They shush up to watch the TV screen.
Hatch tells Trump they did consider the possibility that the ladies would have the big donors, and he doesn't have the connections they do. Trump says he knows, but most of these other guys do, with stars and agents. Hatch says there could be strategy to it, but Jose didn't bring in any, David brought in very little, and Busey brought in none. Don asks if that was Hatch's leadership that caused them not to make calls for him. Hatch says he thought he was respectful so is disappointed he didn't hear any of this during the game. So Don asks the team instead if that's why. Mark says he respected Hatch's leadership, which was direct and effective. He says he reached out to his guys, and they came through.
Trump asks who raised the most money, and Mark says he thinks it was John Rich. Ivanka says she's a little surprised, because it seemed like there was great harmony when she came to observe them. Jose says that was a façade because they were concentrating on the task so they didn't take time to bring it up. Ivanka asks if he blames himself for not having articulated this. She says David's the only one who said anything. David says he didn't want to show up in the boardroom and say it; he wanted to say it then, and he says that Hatch did apologize for it. Trump asks David if he was a little embarrassed about it, and about saying that he touched him but won't touch Jose. Trump says that if he were David he probably wouldn't say it. Hatch says he doesn't recall ever pushing him, nor would he. Trump says he's just watching Jose, who he thinks would like to beat the shit out of Hatch. Jose says that's correct.
Trump asks Busey if Hatch was a bad leader, and Busey says he did the best he could. Trump asks what Busey did as the Pepperoni Profit, and he explains his suit and his hair looking like he got hit by lightning. He says he had the menus in his hand and then he performs his preacher yelling here in the boardroom for the Trumps. Back in the suite, the ladies laugh and clap and Star says, "Ladies and gentlemen, Academy Award nominated actor, Gary Busey!" Trump asks Hatch what they're going to do with him, since there are people who don't like him at all. Plus, the case can be made that, as project manager, he should get fired. Hatch agrees, but he says he'll fight to stay because he believes he managed the team well. Trump asks if his team was trying to get rid of him, that they lost on purpose. Hatch says he'd say that, but he doesn't think Jose's doing it for strategy; he takes him at his word. Trump asks why? Does Hatch not think Jose's that smart? Hatch confirms that, and Trump asks Jose how he responds. Jose says Hatch won't be here long anyway. Hatch says that if others had come to him and expressed that he was too gruff or mean, picking on little people... David cuts in and says he's not a little person. The women are freaking out that he called David a little person.