Back in the boardroom, Rich and Marlee celebrate and hug. Trump congratulates them and says this was a rough one. Marlee says she's stunned but is eager to jump in and roll up her sleeves. Rich says he's admired Marlee's tenacity. Trump says they've opposed each other twice as project managers, and each has won once, so the finale will be their final task. He tells them to go home and celebrate and they'll get the final task the next day. On their way out, they tell each other they're so happy it's with each other. Rich says that he's going to give Marlee everything he has now, because it's no-hold-barred for the win. Marlee says she'll do whatever it takes to win, and he shouldn't ever underestimate her.
Next morning, Trump Tower. Trump, Ivanka, Don, and some random guy come in to greet Rich and Marlee. Trump asks them again how they feel about this, but they already said it, so we'll skip that. He tells them that the final task is coming up, and the winner will get $250,000 for their charity and become the next Celebrity Apprentice. He tells them that there's this company called 7Up, and asks if they've heard of it. I hope he's kidding. He says the random guy is Jim, the chief marketing officer for 7Up. Jim tells them that 7Up, the Uncola, is asking them to help launch 7Up Retro, which celebrates the heritage. Their three tasks will be to design the 7Up Retro packaging and in-store display; write, create, and produce a 7Up Retro commercial; and launch 7Up Retro at an event that they create. He says one of them is going to be celebrating the 1970s, working with the Harlem Globetrotters. The other band will work with Def Leppard to celebrate the 1980s. They're going to be judged (by Jim and 7Up's CEO) on four criteria: creativity of the design package and in-store display; the commercial; the launch event; and the inclusion of their charity into all of it. He says they're both winners, so 7Up is going to give each of their charities $50,000 to get started. Marlee interviews about how happy she was that it wasn't a fundraising task. Trump tells them they're going to need some help, so he brings in Hatch, Mark, La Toya, Star, Lil Jon, and Meat Loaf.