Trump asks Busey what he thinks of the women's team. He admires them, he says. Trump says the women started out negative in the beginning and the men were solid, and as the weeks have gone by, that's shifted. Trump asks La Toya if she has a unified team, and she says this week they really came together. He asks if she's made some friends for life, and she says yes. He asks her who, and she says Star, Hope and Marlee would say "Hello" if she called. Don asks, "Nene, not so much, huh?" And Trump says that's interesting.
Trump asks Don for the pros and cons about the women's team. He says it was a great presentation, and they loved the logo on the label, Star's healthy meal, and the poker night theme. They didn't like being referred to as "Omaha" instead of "Omaha Steaks," and they would have liked meals to be cooked in front of them instead of pre-prepared.Ivanka speaks about the men: They thought Meat Loaf did a great job, and could even be a spokesperson for them. They also liked that they cooked the meals in front of them, and they liked the themes of the meals. They didn't like that Busey's presentation went on so long, and they thought the variety pack tried to be too much and would be tough to sell. They also thought having audience members come up on stage was a little awkward.
Trump says the execs liked both teams and had a really good time, but they thought the women were far better. Hope's charity, Best Buddies, will get $20,000, and Omaha Steaks will sell the meals and variety pack, giving another portion to the charity. Trump says he's surprised, because he thought they'd eat Hope alive, particularly Nene. Nene says she's very nice, actually, and that the quiet ones sometimes aren't. They go back to the suite, and the men stick around to get fired.
Back in the suite, Nene's not feeling like celebrating because she doesn't like having a label in the boardroom. She leaves the room, and Star says Nene doesn't like the perception that she's negative, because she's not. Hope agrees, so Star goes to talk to her and tell her she loves her. Back in the boardroom, Meat Loaf isn't surprised they lost because they were totally disorganized. He says it was the project manager's fault, because there should have been a rehearsal. He's really upset about this, because he's a professional entertainer. And, as a human being, he likes to be prepared for everything he does.
Trump points out that Lil Jon wasn't doing much, and was sort of sitting on his hands; he asks if that was the project manager's fault. Lil Jon says yes, it's Busey's fault, because he didn't even ask if they know how to cook, and he didn't make a schedule. The only thing he delegated was making Meat Loaf the chef. Trump asks Busey why he didn't utilize the talents of John Rich, who's been a big star on this show. Busey says he did. Trump asks Rich about it, and Rich says he had to exercise his patience all day, especially when he was called "boy." Trump can't believe that, and says the only way that could be a bigger problem is if he called Lil Jon that. Lil Jon agrees with a "Hell yeah." Busey says he said "C'boy," like you call a Dallas Cowboy. No one's ever heard of "c'boy," and Rich says he's lying, but even if he weren't lying, "c'boy" isn't okay either, because his name is John.