ASAP. La Toya's making a New Era cap that has a sparkly Michael Jackson glove on it. Star, meanwhile, is working on their printed materials, but can't get the printer to work. Nene would like her to shut the hell up. All the ladies have to put their painty handprint on a piece of paper, and Star doesn't want to get dirty. She does it, then asks how the hell she gets the paint off her hand. Nene: "You just go over to the sink, girl, and get some water." Then cut to Nene interviewing: "Now, how you think you get it off your hand? You think Pinky gonna lick it off? Or me?" Star says she doesn't need to be patronized, and Nene says, "I'm not patronizing your ass." She's ready to throw Star on the printer. Then Nene works on her art, which is a snake.
Backbone. Rich says the Meat Loaf and Busey fight actually cleared some tension from the room, and now everyone is working hard. Meat Loaf's crazy painting actually looks kind of cool and Jackson Pollocky (or third-gradery). Mark would love to have a psychiatrist examine it. Busey, meanwhile is "painting an American bison standing in the green grass of the prairies of North and South Dakota, where the Sioux Indians live." Why does even that sound crazy coming from him? He says his grandmother was a half-blood Cherokee, so it's a family painting. He's related to a bison, I guess. It looks very much like a child did it. Lil Jon's making some bottles and a painting that says "VICIOUS." He feels like they're in kindergarten. Rich is making some painted cowboy boots. Hatch has made a hat with roses and purple dots on it, as he interviews that he's going to try to bring in some money even though Rich won't need it. Lil Jon tells us that Hatch's hat had roses on it, and "I was like, 'Damn, Richard, that's a really gay-ass hat. But... that's you.' " I never thought I'd enjoy Lil Jon this much, but he's awesome (and, somehow, the most normal guy on this team). The guys are done and load their stuff up to head across town. They're sure they're going to win this thing.
ASAP. Marlee (who's apparently being paid by P90X to wear a T-shirt with their logo) is worried they're going too slow with the art and the fundraising. And it's all on her, as project manager. Nene says she's called some people, but she's not going to pretend she can bring in much money. Don stops by and talks to them about art and fundraising. He asks if they think they have an advantage with fundraising, but they don't because this time it's John Rich leading the fundraiser, not Richard Hatch. While Don's there, though, Marlee gets a call from one family who's donating $133,000. Don says he can tell they're very discouraged, and he hopes it doesn't bring them down. He tells them to cheer up, because he's seen the tide change, but only if they do something about it.