ASAP shows up at the gallery, but their paintings aren't there yet. Thankfully, the catering has arrived, so Star's happy about that. Marlee has Jack call the art truck, but that guy says he doesn't know when he'll be there. And this is 15 minutes before the gallery opens. She doesn't know what they'll do, since they can't accept money without art. With five minutes to open, the art's still not there. Marlee says the guy tells her ten minutes every time they talk, and it finally arrives with five minutes to go. They all run out in their heels and unload the trucks. They mostly set their art around on the floor, and put some on easels, but trying to hang some of the paintings.
Back at Backbone, the guys are counting down to 8 p.m. with a line waiting outside to get in. They open up and let folks in. Trace Adkins sends $5,000 with a pretty blond lady (he's overseas playing for the troops). The Maloofs buy some art from Lil Jon for $10,000. Mark McGrath sells a piece of his art for $10,000. Someone else gives Rich $5,000. Hatch says it's hard for him to raise money because he's not in an industry where he knows people who are wealthy. But he's trying. Busey sells a painting for $5,000.
ASAP. The ladies realize they have to open even though they're not ready. There are people waiting to get in, and they open a little late. Marlee says she was wondering where everyone was, because only a few people were waiting. Marlee says she's disappointed, and doesn't want to let her charity down. Back at Backbone, folks are still pouring in, including the midget, whose name is Two-Foot Fred. Someone buys a painted cowboy hat from Rich for $50,000. Mark says things are starting to get real right now. Someone else donates $50,000 for his painted boots. Busey's bison painting sells for $5,000. Hatch is realizing how difficult it will be for him to sell his art, so he lowers the ticket prices on his paintings.