Next morning. Star confirms a balloon order, which they settle on instead of trees, since La Toya and Dionne didn't come through last night. Backbone, though, actually has turf and trees, so maybe they could pull this thing out. They're actually getting stuff set up, and even panicky Mark is loving this. He says the plants and turf were really a game-changer. He thinks they probably won't win, but there could even be an experience. Hatch and Busey discuss what they can see at the ladies' campers, which is a lot of domestic crap for inside the RV, but no greenery. They both agree the experience is supposed to be outside. As if to confirm it, La Toya and Niki are putting "a splash of color" on the bed. They're finishing up their folders and labeling water bottles down to the wire. Nene poses with her stuff. Marlee puts up an American flag and Niki doesn't like it. La Toya thinks a door is locked when it isn't. Dionne pays her bills by phone. Niki worries about the presentation, because she's not the best at it. Then she notices the guys' trees and hedges, which causes her some concern.
John's strumming his guitar and singing, "Donald Trump, Donald Trump. Please be nice to me, Donald Trump." He feels good about what they've done on Day 2 after how terrible their first day went. After John finishes his strumming, Jon says, "We are some freaking misfits, boy." Ain't that the truth. Back across the street at ASAP, Don shows up. Niki asks him if he's ever been camping, and he says he's never done RV camping, but has done real camping a lot. Does he mean in a tent? Is anyone else skeptical that the Trumps go tent-camping? Niki tells him how hard everyone's worked. Niki explains that she's going to win this for the American Red Cross, who was there for her when she was in an accident, giving her 100 units of blood. Don asks her if there's anyone on the team she has issues with, and she lies that there isn't. He asks if she'll still say that in the boardroom, but she says there are no issues. He asks if that means that if they don't win, it's her fault, and she says it probably is. Don asks Marlee if there's a weak link, and she says it's Dionne, who does a task she's asked to do, but doesn't do anything above and beyond.