Donald Trump presents. The celebrities are tasked with creating original, three-dimensional artwork and selling it to raise money for charity.
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Last week, Mr Trump tasked the celebrities
with a marketing event for Farouk Systems.
On the day of the event, Plan B put on a show.
I'm the angel of silk. Welcome to Biosilk, everyone.
And Claudia Jordan held nothing back.
-Who's a valuable player right now?
-Probably between Omarosa and Dennis.
In the boardroom, project manager Marilu Henner
secured a third win for Plan B.
-Thank you so much.
And when push came to shove, Claudia buckled under pressure.
Who are the two people, Claudia?
Dennis and Lil Jon.
People get scared of Omarosa in the boardroom.
Once again in the bottom three, Dennis fought to stay in the game.
Why didn't she bring Omarosa back? That is a key...
Claudia, you were the project manager.
I'm sorry, you're fired.
It got loud like that! We heard you.
It wasn't even bad. He was just like,
"You should have brought Omarosa back."
Why are y'all every episode talking about bringing me back?
I have survived
more attempts to get me fired than anyone else.
They all are quite intimidated by my boardroom reputation.
Claudia would have had a nice little card to play
if she had brought Omarosa back.
Right. She might have still went home even if Omarosa went in there,
but she still had least would have had a chance.
-Omarosa want to play that game, she want to play that
It's amazing that everyone can pick my ass
every day, but this bitch right here
that's pissing everybody off, they won't even mess with her.
There is a problem.
-You escaped again!
-Yeah. Boy, they are afraid of you.
They're not scared of me, I'm just smart.
This ain't happening any more. I'm not scared of her.
I mean, what's she going to do to me?
I've got some bag of tricks, too, so it's between you and me now.
# Money, money, money, money
# Money, money, money, money
# Some people got to have it
# Yeah, yeah
# Some people really need it
# Hey, listen to me, y'all
# Do things, do things, do things
# Bad things with it
# Dollar bills, y'all, come on
# That mean, oh, mean...
# Mean green
# Almighty dollar
# Talking 'bout cash, you know that
# Give me a nickel, brother
# Can you spare a dime?
# Money can drive some people
# Out of their mind
# No good, no good
# Money, money, money, money
# Money... #
Piers is back - dun, dun, dun!
-Good morning. ALL:
We're standing in front of Trump International Hotel and Tower.
When I built it, I commissioned this globe.
The globe has become an icon of the city.
It's a piece of art.
And, you know, there are various forms of art.
A painting is 2D.
3D art is statues, sculptures, lots of things.
You're going to create 3D art.
You're going to sell 3D art.
-Eric, the task?
Each team is to create a gallery event open to the public.
We're going to market and sell your artwork.
You can sell to anybody, including the public,
anybody that raises the most amount of money.
Now, this team, you're down a player.
-What do you think?
Do you want to have somebody from this side help you out?
-Who do you want?
-You know who I was going to give you?
-Trace, cos I thought you needed him.
Go ahead, Trace. Congratulations, Trace.
He looks really happy about that(!)
Come on over here, leave them alone.
-Come on back.
-Lil Jon, get him over there.
I don't like you very much right now.
Oh, that's OK - a lot of people don't like me.
OK, pick your project manager.
-We already know.
-Yeah. We're done.
Do you want to be the project manager?
-We'll help you.
-I'll help you.
-Our project manager is Lisa.
So, good luck, do your thing.
Don't forget, somebody will get fired.
Come on, homie, let's buy some paint.
I want to go immediately to the art store,
get all our supplies to make
three-dimensional art pieces, up to 15.
I've got some big donors in my pocket.
So I'm trying to get that W, and get Team Power out of its slump.
So I'm now on Team Power.
I didn't pick this team.
I picked the team that's dominating.
That was my chosen all-star team.
But it is what it is.
All right. So we will paint, we will call.
We will call, we will paint.
But we need money.
We need big donors that will come down and buy art.
I've only been the project manager,
this is only my second time.
First time didn't go so well.
'And so I was not thinking of taking on a fundraising challenge,
'because I didn't know exactly how much I could bring in.'
-It was like, oh,
And then, "All right."
On this particular task,
we have 15 objects, call them widgets.
We need to have 15 donors
who will give as much money as possible for each one.
-I'm going to go make a phone call.
-Could you just wait a second? Please?
Because if I understand what you said, Penn,
specific to you, the way you're fundraising,
the art doesn't matter, is that what I'm understanding?
I don't think that any of us have the talent to make a piece of art
that, on the open market, would sell...
Let me ask you the question again.
Specific to you, the art doesn't matter?
-No, it does not.
-OK, great, because specific to me,
the art does matter.
I'm going to have an art dealer representing the art
to sell it to clients.
I'm thinking I call up
one of the biggest art dealers on the east coast,
say, "I'm Stephen Baldwin, we've got other celebrities here
Perhaps some of your clients
might spend 20, 30, 40, 50,000 on something like that?
It's unique, and it's one-of-a-kind. Why not?
Oh, wow. That's amazing.
Explain to the prince
it's mostly to come down and have fun.
-Stephen was so full of
I couldn't believe it.
What play is he doing?
Who was he really talking to, you know?
We knew that Stephen wasn't going to bring in, probably, anything.
I don't know what Stephen's saying, I don't know what he's doing.
It's between you and me...and Marilu, for money.
I don't think he's going to bring in anything.
Oh, man, if you don't, I'm out of luck.
I'll get fired.
I feel a tremendous amount of pressure,
because the other team got Trace.
And Trace has the money.
We just have to hope and pray that enough of our donors come through.
I mean, if we could have somebody come in for 50 or more,
that's what we really need.
The other team, I think, has a lot of money.
This person that's going to get on a plane,
like, what is he going to donate?
The task this week is to make
three-dimensional art pieces,
get some big donors in, sell the art,
and you will win the task.
I got one donor ready to come in with 65 for one piece.
We're trying to bring in some big dollars,
because I want to take back a nice cheque
to the American Diabetes Association.
Put me down for ten, safely.
I'm not going to be the biggest donor.
I'm doing this thing for charity, it's kind of an art deal.
But with the added bonus
of Trace Adkins bringing his money power,
his star power, how can we lose?
Look, it's Hall of Fame balls.
I've got Derek Jeter's bat. I got a lot of stuff coming.
I don't have 80 big donors, so I need to do something
that people can actually have to treasure.
A Derek Jeter bat is actually worth some money.
My art piece, you can't throw that in the trash.
That looks awesome, that right there.
That looks crazy hot.
You just squirted it straight out of the bottle?
I just did it like that.
-And let it dry.
Who would have thought of that?
Ladies and gentlemen of America,
Dennis has been doing a great job.
He's focused, he's sober -
wow, he's a great artist as well.
-Dennis, you're doing so well.
You're ruining your reputation, Dennis!
This guy, he's the top rebounder in the world, this guy.
My team is doing 3D art, I need people, big donors,
that will come down and buy art.
Lisa was great as the project manager.
Can you help me out? I would love for you to come, of course.
She just works her little ass off.
All the time, constantly,
and with focus and with politeness.
-I'm playing for Saint Jude's.
All the money is all charity.
Hey, Lisa. Lisa.
I've got something to tell you that I want to live with you for ever.
-Thank you for that, Gary.
Art is just the free-flowing nature
of how you feel when you're creating the art.
Life is art. Art is life.
Yes, yes, yes!
# Art is only the search
# It's not the final form
# Art is only the search
# It's got more like the form, yeah
# Art is only the search... #
-There we go.
-Thanks for dancing, baby.
I love to dance, any chance I get.
# Not the final form
# Art is only the search... #
Hey, let's keep searching and quit singing, Gary. OK.
What Gary Busey was doing was real art.
He tried to do something beautiful.
While you're going through these tasks,
now, Mr Busey has that covered.
He's won that game.
What is that?
Mr Hang Brain.
It's called Lightning Strikes Mr Hang Brain.
Oh, Lightning Strikes Mr Hang Brain.
It makes it better.
It came from an unknown presence
and my artistic consciousness,
that's really in my subconsciousness.
Gary, it looks like you.
Well, thank you, dear.
Uh-oh, uh-oh, there he is.
We love to hate him.
And we hate to love him!
Tell me the strategy.
Raise some damn money!
If you guys get outgunned on the money, which you might...
-..you've got to work out who's going to be
the fall guy in the boardroom.
-Who would it be?
-The person that brings the least money.
And Omarosa? She's bound to raise the least amount of money.
Don't let her pull any fast ones.
Who's going to keep a tally of who brings in what?
I'm the accountant this time around.
Every time some money comes in,
I'm going to go write that number down.
The one sensible thing Lil Jon did
was take Omarosa well away from the accounting process
which, as we discovered, is a nightmare.
Omarosa is slipperier than an eel.
So she will be trying everything she can -
lie, cheat and defraud.
It's what comes naturally.
My favourite moment.
What have you brought in, moneywise?
It doesn't matter, because I'm not going to be at the top.
Should you be fired if you raise the least?
Whoever raises the least should be fired, simple as that.
We seem to have a communication malfunction.
The problem for Omarosa is she said to me,
"I think the person who raises the least amount of money should be fired."
My advice to the rest of the team
is treat Omarosa like a sleeping crocodile.
Remember, one false move, she will bite your hand off,
your leg off...and, if she can get it, your head.
Excuse me, one second. My team needs me.
Busy girl. Things to do.
I've got to do one last touch on this.
-Somebody gon' buy the
Got to the gallery this morning,
pretty much everything was done, so all we had to do
was hang everything.
And we're ready to roll, baby.
It's time to open.
Welcome, hello, hello, good morning.
What we got, Buddy?
A cheque for 10,000.
Well, this is your piece, then.
-Well, I'm asking a million, but...
I'd like to buy it for 20,000, would you accept...?
That's the best offer I've had today.
I had my people lined up,
that I thought could bring in pretty good chunks of change.
I don't think one could argue
that I didn't do my part to help the team.
Congratulations, Trace, you will not be in the boardroom if we lose.
Ron Burkle just donated 10,000.
20,000?! Oh, man, that's incredible!
Fundraising tasks are the hardest ones to predict,
but we need a win bad right now.
So I'm calling, you know,
a lot of my big guns out
and hopefully they can come in for me in a major way.
This is my 20,000.
Isn't this fabulous?
Marilu Henner made this.
Isn't it great?
I know my money-raising capabilities,
and this would not have been the task that I would have chosen.
I want to raise as much money
as I possibly can for Saint Jude's.
But I'm worried about that.
Anybody else you know that could come down...
25,000 for the hang brain.
Yay! Yay, yay, yay!
Yay, yay, yay! Yay, yay, yay!
Mr Hang Brain's gone.
We sold Mr Hang Brain for 25,000.
It was wonderful. Very great.
Thank you, very much.
Uh-oh! What the hell? Oh, God.
'All of a sudden, in walked'
Blue Man Group.
Lisa, there's money in here.
There's money inside?
So the Blue Man Group put 15,000 into 150lb of gelatine.
The money will be sticky.
Hey, who wants to help us get the money out?
Be very careful you don't miss any money.
Come on, everybody, get the money out.
They had folded the money in little tiny triangles.
They were, like, 25 people around this table
trying to get the money out.
and Teller's feeling guilty in the tropics.
-So, Teller would like to buy this piece by me.
It's 50 grand.
50 grand?! Woo-hoo-hoo!
Penn Jillette stepped up for me, big-time.
50,000 in cash.
They're my people, they're Penn's people -
I don't see any of Stephen's people.
Did you see a Saudi prince?
Never saw an art dealer or anything, either.
It's original, got the number here, where he signed it.
Take the bat, put it in a case, you're good.
This one over here, all of the cast members in one giant piece.
It looks like somebody vomited on a canvas.
Take it home today, for 25K. Hey!
-How about 35?
-No, no, no.
I need to stand firm at 55.
For my nephew, Matthew, all right.
Hey! Yes, sir.
Dennis has 1.5 on the books, right?
And Omarosa has 1.5 in the books.
And then Dennis also has, in the waitings, another five.
My darling. You're here!
What do you have for us?
Lil Jon has made it very clear that he's going to bring
the two people who raise the least amount of money,
and I believe that that would be
Dennis and myself.
I'll let y'all fight it out.
Dennis and I might be on the cusp of having the same amount of money.
But I'm not concerned.
I have a knack for coming out of tough situations.
So you're going to do seven?
These are the things I see.
And I'll tell you something else,
Peter Marcelle, who is a real art dealer,
said my piece, I'm Not Alec,
from the true artistic world,
from that point of view, is the best one here.
-I wasn't expecting that.
-Is he buying it?
He's making phone calls.
Now, I'm an artist. I'm an artist.
Hey, Steve Baldwin - artist, author,
actor, radio host extraordinaire.
So, he knows what he's getting...
Oh! Oh! You did not come!
You don't know who's going to come through,
so to see my dearest friend,
Chaz Dean, the really famous hairstylist,
walk in, like, blew my mind.
-So this is our piece.
-And we will send it, do you want to take it?
-You want to see what else?
-OK. Come on.
Chaz Dean was only going to buy one piece,
but he wanted to see what else we had.
He ends up buying three more
for a total of 80,000.
-Go do that now.
-And then another one is left.
Sweetie, one of mine's sold.
Chaz Dean gave us 80 grand,
Chaz Dean bought three more pieces once he got here,
and he bought yours.
All right, so Chaz bought one, two, three, four.
One of Lisa's people bought one of my pieces
for a certain amount of money.
I had buyers there,
25 buyers and sellers
were within my network of communication.
But Lisa swooped in and sold one of my pieces.
In fact, she sold my best piece
that I was looking to raise the most money for.
Now she gets that credit.
That's just not fair.
This has been a good day.
I had some people show up, so it's really fantastic.
We ended up making
a lot more than I thought.
Do I think it's enough? I don't know.
All right, everybody, thank you so much for coming.
We're so grateful for all of your support.
So, Lisa, you like your team?
I do. I love my team.
Who was your star, Lisa?
I would have to say Penn.
-Brought in a lot of money.
-Penn brought in 85,000.
Wow, that's very good.
How much did Stephen bring in?
I believe five.
Five grand? Really?
And he's still on the show?
Well, Stephen, the first episode, you said that you were actually going to hold back.
-Wait a minute...
-Are you doing that?
You didn't call in favours from your brother and...?
No, there was a little confusion on this task.
I arranged 25,000,
and had a network of about 20 people there to buy
through an art dealer that I brought in.
But there was a little confusion,
about how you could buy, what you could buy.
Yeah, but did you only do five with all your relationships?
With Alec and everybody?
Yes, because the people I brought in to buy
were not able to buy because some of the pieces that I had made
were already sold.
That's just bad management, bad organisation, isn't it?
But that's not my responsibility.
If you only have 15 pieces, how hard can this be?
-I had an art dealer there with clients on the phone.
And as I described, within a certain amount of time,
when people that I brought in to buy went to buy,
the pieces were already acquired.
I did not understand that other team members could sell my art.
-And therefore, get the credit of that sale.
Lisa, what do you think of Stephen?
May I finish?
Lisa, would you bring Stephen back if you lose?
-He'd be one. Who else would you bring back?
I will bring back the two lowest,
-the people that brought in the least amount of money.
-Who is that?
-Unfortunately, the other one would be Gary.
How much money did Gary actually raise?
-25,000 for Mr Hang Brain.
-That's actually not true.
That's Marilu's money.
Now that's my point.
-Let me rephrase the question.
-It was my art that I created.
Gary, let me rephrase the question - how much money did you personally bring in from your contacts?
25,000 from Marilu's...
No, I have to answer now...
Isn't it true that that was one of your pictures
bought by one of Marilu's contacts?
Gary, you're a lovely guy. You really are.
But here's the problem for you.
If your team's lost, you have contributed,
from your contacts, zero.
That's a big problem for you.
I look at a problem as an opportunity in disguise, Piers.
You are funny, man.
-We need to put these two on a team.
-You are funny, boy.
-Thank you, Piers.
-Very different thinking.
Trace, did you like being on this team?
Which team do you like better?
Well, I'm...used to those guys.
But which team do you like better?
Well, we're still playing baseball, it's not like I got traded
-from the Yankees to the Jets.
-But you're not really happy?
Yeah, you know, I'm happy to be playing ball.
But you like the other team better?
I think that was a strong team, yeah.
-You like them better?
-Well, just from that aspect
it gives me a better chance to win tasks.
-So, tell me, Omarosa...
-How was your team?
-It was great.
-Did you like having Trace?
We loved having Trace.
He has incredible wit, but he also brought in a lot of money.
Lil Jon, how did Dennis do?
Dennis did great.
-Did he do great?
-Dennis made, I think,
the best artwork out of everybody.
Did he? Oh, really, wow.
And he called in some favours and got some memorabilia.
His art was terrific, I've got to say.
Very inventive. He got Derek Jeter to give a signed baseball bat.
-A signed basketball.
-Good man, right? Good champion.
Good guy, man.
Lil Jon, so if you lose, will you bring Dennis back?
Absolutely. He brought in the least amount of money.
Who else would you bring back?
Second would be Omarosa.
-Because she was over Dennis,
but at the bottom of the totem pole.
And brought in the most?
Omarosa did 12.
-Ten? well, that's not bad, ten.
It's more than Stephen.
So, Piers, let me ask you a question.
How much money did Lil Jon's team raise?
Lil Jon's team sold a total
That's good. That's very good. Not bad.
It's not bad. Very good.
Eric? Lisa's team, how much money?
Lisa's team made 225,000.
Omarosa, you know what that means, right?
So, Lisa, that means you raised almost 405,000.
Penn, you're doing OK, aren't you?
I was really happy to work on this one.
-I really liked it.
You know, already, so early,
way over 1 million we've raised as a group for charity.
So that's good. That's great.
-Lisa, what is your charity?
My charity is Saint Jude's Children's Hospital.
Great. I'm very proud of you.
-And what do you have to say?
I am so happy, I can't even tell you.
-I can't even believe it.
So you go back to your beautiful Trump Tower Suite,
turn on the television, I assume you're going to watch.
You don't have too. I have a feeling...
What's that, four losses?
Enjoy yourself, congratulations.
Great going for Saint Jude's.
-Thank you. Thank you.
Lil Jon, sadly, your people just stay right there,
somebody's going to get fired.
Oh, my gosh!
I won as project manager, I won.
-Baby, that's fantastic.
I won over 400,000
for Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
It's really one of my proudest moments, it really is.
Where's the remote? I going to turn on the TV.
-Turn it on, Mr TV Guy.
-Boom! Look at that.
Where you happy with the money you raised?
I thought we did excellent. I'm not a fundraiser.
I've never fund-raised...
-It's...it's an art.
Did you think you won?
I had no idea.
Because I was proud of what we raised,
because that's a lot of money, and some people can't raise that.
That's a lot of money. It's going to a good charity.
I thought we did great, but I didn't know.
-What is your charity?
-American Diabetes Association.
-Great. That's great.
What did you think of him as a project manager, Omarosa?
He had a totally different style.
He was completely laid-back, hands off.
He didn't care whether we were selling toothpicks.
-You think you should be fired because he is project manager?
-You do think so?
Wow! Lil Jon, I tried to warn you.
-She...she has her opinions.
-Watch the scorpion sting.
He told me straight up that whoever raises the least amount of money,
but there needs to be a paradigm shift.
He waited strategically until this episode to be project manager.
He said he had it, he was going to raise the money,
he didn't want to take any of the other tough tasks.
He wanted this task. He owned it.
He told everyone of us on this team
that he was going to wait until this task.
Come on, Jon, stand up for yourself.
Stand up, fight, fight, fight!
Look at Trace. Look at Trace!
-Trace is like this, "Get me
-out of here!"
-You wanted this task.
-I've been a strong player in every episode.
No, you haven't. Let's rewind.
So just to clarify, Omarosa, where did he fail?
If you want to take the big risk for the 400,000,
you have to also fail.
If you fail, you've got to take the loss.
-Nah - I brought in 80,000 for me.
For a rapper, that's incredible.
Excuse me - 82,500.
But listen to me. You can't say, "Oh, I want the 400,000",
and not take the loss and get fired.
Why should I get fired for that? Why?
Why did you say to me, then, when I came down,
that the person who raised the least should be fired?
The person who raised the least was Dennis.
-But by 2,000.
-But here's the point.
Wait, let me speak something.
I probably the least guy, brought the least money in.
But as a team player, I said,
"Take Derek Jeter's bat off my shelf,
"I'll give it to you."
-You got someone to buy it...
-I said it to her and him.
-He did, he offered the Derek Jeter bat.
And you got a good amount of money for that bat?
I said, "If you want it, take it, it's for the team."
-How did you do with it?
-I think it was 5,000.
I'm just saying, because he could've took it if he wanted to.
Is that 5,000 that you'd add to your total?
Yes, that's my total.
Here's what I'd say, from being down there,
is that he had some really valuable stuff.
-He did have good pieces.
-Derek Jeter's signed baseball bat,
done as a work of art, was very smart, done by you.
It was worth a lot more than the 5,000 you sold it for.
What you rely on then, I think,
is somebody on the team to produce a buyer
that can contribute a lot more than 5,000.
And that's where I think, Dennis, you were let down by the others.
Because you contributed a brilliant piece of art.
Now, Omarosa, you raised 2,000 more than him,
but your art had no value to it.
-It was just you doing your art.
-I think it had value.
It had more value to it...
It had no value in the terms of memorabilia
in the way that Derek Jeter's...
The reason why I did that, because, you know, like he said,
the painting is not the main value.
Derek Jeter, because he's going to be in the Hall of Fame,
probably one of the best Yankees that ever played.
-I put my Hall of Fame ball, because...
That's why I thought it was very clever art. I'm praising you.
You were the only contestant on either side
who thought about bringing some value
other than just doing something.
-I think that plays heavily in your credit.
-It's pretty good.
And you were let down by the others who didn't give a better donor.
You let down yourself, you didn't get one either,
but somebody should have stepped up to value the Jeter thing
better than it was valued, in my opinion.
Had we had the high-profilers, the celebrities,
if Lil Jon had pushed that, maybe somebody in that room...
-Let me finish.
-..they may have seen...
-Where are your high profilers?
-My high profilers showed up and put the cash down.
Who were these famous people?
Well, famous, maybe not for you, but...
-What do you mean by high-profile?
-They were high-profile.
Cos you know my argument against you
has always been you're not a celebrity.
-And you are?
-And you don't have star power.
You know, I'm going to show you how much I've grown.
Donald, I'm going to show you how much I've grown.
I think it's a big problem for any team you're on.
-She just doesn't give up, boy.
-She doesn't stop!
You know, it's not good to have...
I'm just realising. I don't want him as my enemy.
How can you possibly blame a project manager
who has raised 82,500 when you brought in 12,000?
-How can he deserve to be fired?
-You did this to Bret Michaels
in the last episode I was involved with,
and you're trying to do it again with Lil Jon.
I just don't think it's credible.
I have a right to fight for my life in this game is much as anyone else.
And I have a right to extinguish it, if I can.
No, Mr Trump has the right to extinguish it.
-I will say this...
-I have the right to help him extinguish it.
I mean, he is making a point.
I will say this - I don't think Lil Jon's afraid of Omarosa.
-I think the last two were.
-He's great. No, no.
It was amazing, you know, in a way, Omarosa, that you didn't,
you know, at least come back the last two weeks.
I like him as a person, I genuinely like his...
I think he likes you too, but I have a feeling he'll bring you into the boardroom.
So, Trace, let me ask you, who would you fire?
If you were me, who would you fire?
I think I'd sit here and let them go at it for a few more minutes.
-I miss Trace.
-I do too.
All right - Brande, who would you fire?
She's so stressed out.
I just, personally, would prefer to move forward with Dennis.
-As opposed to Omarosa?
-Or Lil Jon?
-No. Lil Jon should not be fired at all.
Who would you fire?
OK, Lil Jon.
You don't even have to ask, just two people.
-Come on, let's just get to it.
-It's not going to be Brande.
-It's not going to be Trace.
OK. Trace, Brande, go back to your suite.
Lil John, go outside.
I'm going to bring you back, somebody will be fired. Thank you.
Good job, Brande. Good job, Trace. I'm so proud of you, Trace.
-The circus begins.
There's no two people I would rather be in battle with.
-It ain't no drama for us.
-Well, you know.
We love each other.
It's going to be - I mean, a little bit...
-You know what I'm saying.
Here we are again, Piers.
What do you think?
I would fire Omarosa.
At these big fundraisers,
she can't raise the money from her famous friends,
cos she doesn't have any.
OK. Very good.
This will be very interesting.
-Amanda, let them in.
Yes, Mr Trump.
You can all go back into the boardroom now.
The good, the bad, the ugly.
Which of these two would you most like to go forward with?
I mean, I have respect for both,
but I watched the season Dennis was on...
-And he was a disaster.
And I respect that he came to the show
to play the game and to work.
So I love Omarosa, but I would say Dennis.
But Dennis did raise the least.
He did raise the least,
and if you said it was going to be about the numbers,
let's insert some integrity in the situation.
-I did not raise the least.
Did you say that with a straight face?
To you, Piers, I can.
Let the record state you said "about integrity".
Dennis, who would you like to go forward with of these two?
I respect Lil Jon.
I respect Omarosa.
She can be a headcase sometimes, you know.
She's a smart woman, a force, everything, but she's a headcase.
She plays on that ten-year relationship you guys have got.
She plays on it a lot, all the time.
Because I love the guy. I'm going to stand up for you all the time.
This is about a business right here.
Lil Jon, who worked harder, Omarosa or Dennis?
I would say Dennis, because he went the extra mile, like he said,
to go get the Derek Jeter bat, and he did that because he knew
he was not going to be able to raise a lot of money.
-Jon, where's the money to go with it?
-We tried. We tried.
I tried to upsell, personally, his stuff. I couldn't.
He's a Hall of Famer.
How can have the gall to lecture him about leveraging celebrities...?
And how can you have the gall to not even listen to the fact
that I'm in the game?
He brought in Derek Jeter and still only brought 5,000.
I'm still in the game.
You have never leveraged celebrity, because you're not a celebrity.
Now, Dennis, this is your third time in a row, though.
-Third time in a row what?
-Here. In the boardroom.
Wait a minute, hold up,
if you count through the seasons, this is probably my eighth time.
That's not a smart answer, Dennis.
-I know, but...
And I have a 1-0 Project Manager record.
He's never stepped up to be project manager.
I stepped up without any apprehension.
He didn't step up until he knew it was fundraising.
I stepped up.
And I think that should be taken into consideration.
We helped you to win. I helped you to win.
Donald, how about this? The last two boardrooms
and everyone, even you, raised your brows.
Everybody said, "Wait, hold up."
You've got project manager saying, "OK, great".
This woman is the loudest...
That's good strategy. Oh, my gosh.
How in the hell, when you know...?
You whoop this woman, then you just sit there,
all of a sudden, go right around her,
boom, to a girl should never have been here.
-That's good strategy.
-It's got nothing to do with strategy.
To hell with that. In the next boardroom, the same thing.
-"Wait a minute, that sucks."
-You're an athlete.
-You know what strategy is.
-It sucks, though.
You know what mind games are.
You got into your team-mates' heads when you dyed your head red...
You were here three times. Three times!
But I'm a winner. 1-0.
I gotta go to Piers.
Without Donald Trump, you could not be who you are.
That is the bottom line. You would not be who you are.
-Don't give me that.
The other day, Omarosa, you said right here,
when you won your task,
you said right here you were so excited.
-I saw no tears. You did the same bull
There was tears. You want to measure?
I'll go in my pocket and say, "Here you go, dry your eyes."
Dry your eyes. Excuse me...
I'd give you more tears if he brought more cash today.
-Where's your cash?
OK, OK, OK.
This is a very hard situation, to be honest with you.
Dennis, you have been amazing
in the sense that you've come back so far from the last time
I had you on the show.
I want to show people that I can do really well.
I want to show people I'm actually smart.
Dennis, you really have enthusiasm, now, and you want to stay.
You've got confidence in me.
You brought me back for three times, you know.
Not to be emotional, but just because the fact
that I should've got...
Omarosa, can I be honest with you?
I think the Dennis story is a great story,
not because he did a little bit better
or a little bit worse than you.
-It's a great story of redemption.
He's representing a lot of people that had big problems
and continue to have big problems with drugs, with alcohol,
with whatever the hell he was on last time.
And I look at him now and I see a guy who's so smart, and so sharp.
I honestly thought we lost Dennis.
And I love Dennis. I thought we lost Dennis.
Now, you and Dennis did about the same.
I loved what he did with Derek Jeter.
But you and Dennis did about the same, no big difference.
He did a lot. So it's really hard to fire Lil Jon.
It's really hard for me to fire Dennis, Omarosa,
and I think you understand this, because of what he represents.
Because of where he's come from.
I watched him, and he was able to handle you.
You were doing fine, but he was able to handle you
better than other people on the show have been able to handle you.
-And they've been pretty smart people.
So, Omarosa, I adore you.
We've had tremendous success together.
-You helped me make The Apprentice,
I mean, we were the number one show on television.
-You helped make me a star.
Dennis, she helped make me a star.
But, Omarosa, you're fired.
-Thank you, Mr Trump.
And great job. Really great job.
-Go kick some butt.
-You too, darling.
-Thank you, Lil Jon.
I'll miss you, Omarosa.
Omarosa, make sure he keeps it up, OK.
-Bye, Eric, thanks.
I love you. Why don't y'all bring it home?
-Tell Marilu I said I love her.
That was a great speech.
You're actually empowering Dennis Rodman
in this second time he's back here.
I can see it in him. He actually wants to impress you.
-I'm proud of him.
-It is a great story, isn't it?
A great story. I hope it continues.
I knew that people would be gunning for me,
because I'm probably one of the strongest players to have played.
And so I had to play it a little differently.
I had to be a little more edgy. I had to be much more aggressive.
And so the only way I could make it to week five
was by stirring things up a little bit.
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