Backbone's turn. Meat Loaf is completely stressed and nervous. Rich says this is all about time management, and Lil Jon pep-talks Meat Loaf. Rich says Busey's put this team in a terrible position, but not to count him out because he can sometimes be brilliant. Meat Loaf introduces himself, and says he's named appropriately for Omaha Steaks. He does a great job talking, and he keeps saying "Omaha Steaks," which has to make the execs happy. He also actually demonstrates cooking. Busey's up next, talking about the anniversary meal. It's indecipherable, all about telling your anniversary partner how much you love them, and it's all because of Omaha Steaks. He sends it back to chef Meat Loaf, who talks about the Father's Day meal and demonstrates how he cooks it. He sends it back to Busey, who talks about Father's Day and how nervous the kids are for their dad to try their meal. It's a heartwarming story about the dad crying and thanking his children. Then the kids present the dad with an Omaha Steaks kite, so everyone in the neighborhood can see it. Rich says he looked around at the puzzled faces and was like, "That's how I felt all day."
Meat Loaf cooks the next steak, and the execs actually say, "The guy knows how to cook a steak." And "Yeah, Meat Loaf is really good." Busey presents their Celebration Pack and then gets the audience to chant, "Omaha Steaks!" Everyone's very excited to hear that three audience members get to come down and eat a meal. One of the drawn numbers was exec Bruce, who tells Meat Loaf the meal was perfect. Rich says he's seen Busey connect with people, so he'd never count the guy out.
Trump meets with the execs, and asks how the men's team did. They said they were enthusiastic, and Meat Loaf was awesome. They said the women's team was terrific and organized. They didn't like that the women didn't do live cooking, and that they didn't say "Steaks." On the men's team, they wondered why the Jo(h)ns didn't participate much. They thought Busey tended to drag out his narratives a bit. Trump asks who the winner is, and they say... Commercial, of course.
Boardroom. Trump sits down and asks Busey if he was a good project manager, and a real leader. Busey says he was, in a subtle way, because he gave Meat Loaf the task of being chef. Trump asks Meat Loaf how Busey was as project manager. Meat Loaf sighs and says he likes Busey, but he was frustrated with the entire project. He says taking on the task of being chef was an extraordinary feat for one person. Trump asks John Rich what he thought of Busey, and Rich says it was a catastrophic collapse of time management. Busey says time management does matter to him, so Trump asks why he's saying that. Busey says it's a point of view, so Meat Loaf and Lil Jon interrupt to say it's actually a fact.