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I'm not impressed with any of you. This is a bloody shambles.

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You didn't follow the money.

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I've got two teams here and they're both rubbish.

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You're fired.

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You're fired.

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You're fired.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Good evening, good evening, and welcome to The Apprentice: You're Fired.

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I'm Rhod Gilbert.

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This week, the candidates took on the world of high fashion,

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tasked with choosing a designer

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and putting on a fashion show to showcase their talents.

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After the task, bored with sending fired candidates

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home in a black cab, Lord Sugar tried out a new idea.

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LAUGHTER

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Here to help us figure out who was haute couture

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and who was HAUTE of their depth,

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please welcome this week's panel of Apprentice fans and guests.

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Creative Director of bespoke tailor Norton & Sons, Patrick Grant.

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Stylist, fashion journalist and TV presenter, Angela Scanlon,

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and comedian Dane Baptise, welcome to You're Fired.

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Thank you!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Patrick, how do you think it went this week?

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Well, you know, it's nice to see fashion represented.

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It's a big industry, employs lots of people.

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This was a simple marketing task, and I don't think many of them

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emerged from this with very much credit, I have to say.

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-Right. Angela?

-Yeah, surprising, across the board.

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I think the people I thought would sail through didn't, and those

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who I thought would get it in the neck managed to dodge a bullet.

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Intriguing. Dane?

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I think, yeah, really good episode.

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Interesting that there would be an episode about fashion, cos

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I notice that a lot of candidates tend to wear blue suits everywhere.

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LAUGHTER

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So I didn't know how fashion-savvy they were going to be.

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We'll be discussing this week's shock double-firing

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when we chat to both the fired candidates a little later on.

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But first...

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CLOCK CHIMES

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..in Apprentice news tonight...

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..there's high drama as, just before she heads into the boardroom,

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a live crab gets stuck in Michaela's shoe.

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LAUGHTER

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A cruel hypnotist makes Harrison feel an electric shock every

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time someone mentions his name.

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I'd have to say that Harrison didn't contribute anywhere near as much...

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LAUGHTER

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Claude goes undercover...

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Some of them...

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LAUGHTER

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..and James finds that trying to have a meeting

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while standing on a record player isn't easy.

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Right. God, that was stressful!

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LAUGHTER

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That's tonight's Apprentice news.

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APPLAUSE

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So, after strutting no stuff whatsoever in the fashion

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industry, Lord Sugar decided that Harrison didn't measure up

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and showed him the CHRISTIAN DIOR.

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Harrison, I don't know what you did on this task.

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In fact, I've had a bit of a problem understanding what you

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did on other tasks.

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It is with regret, Harrison, you're fired.

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Cheers.

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Thanks for the opportunity.

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Please welcome Harrison Jones!

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APPLAUSE AND CHEERING

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-You all right?

-Yeah, good, man, thank you.

-Grab a seat.

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It's Harrison, ladies and gentlemen, it's Harrison!

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CHEERING

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Look at that!

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-Listen to that!

-Nice welcome.

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What a welcome.

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IN COCKNEY ACCENT: Harrison, Harrison, Harrison. What happened, mate?

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LAUGHTER

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I messed up, didn't I? Big time.

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IN OWN ACCENT: How long are we going to carry this voice on for? No, it's actually my voice.

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-Oh, I know.

-Oh, right, yeah.

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Go on, tell me what happened.

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Well, I didn't know a great deal about women's fashion, um...

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I think, yeah, evidently I got fired, so...

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-Didn't go too well, to be honest.

-I was hoping for a bit more insight than that!

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LAUGHTER

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The word "grafter" comes up quite a lot.

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Perhaps you're not, you weren't quite versatile enough this week, that showed that, perhaps.

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I think I was versatile throughout the whole process.

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I mean, I've gone from picking up dog poo to singing,

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to running a catwalk show, to painting a wall yellow, so...

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Yeah, no, I think I've...

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That's quite an array of skills you've got there.

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LAUGHTER

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-It really is.

-Think I've been pretty versatile, to be fair.

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Harrison was in the boardroom with Jade and Sarah, Patrick.

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Did you anticipate the double-firing?

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Well, I didn't anticipate it, but I can't say I'm entirely surprised.

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You know, you seemed to just,

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kind of, decide that you weren't that interested and you were

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sort of a, you know, in the best possible way,

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sort of, a wet lettuce throughout the entire thing.

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LAUGHTER

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It was like, you just, you just dodged it.

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Angela, were you surprised that Sarah didn't go, as well?

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Definitely. She doesn't really do anything for me,

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and, yeah, I think she should have gone...

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-..before the other two.

-OK.

-Yeah.

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-You made a last-minute appeal...

-Yeah. Yeah, yeah.

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..to Lord Sugar. AS HARRISON: "No-one will graft harder than me!"

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LAUGHTER

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"My drive and determination are second to none, Lord Sugar!"

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Yeah, had to be done.

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Did you think that was going to work, Dane,

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do you think, that appeal at the last minute?

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I think if I was in your position, the first thing I would be like,

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"I've picked up dog poo for you, Lord Sugar!"

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LAUGHTER

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If someone's not prepared to accept you're going to pick up dog poo to win a task...

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-Exactly, yeah.

-..then maybe it's just, yeah, just creative differences.

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LAUGHTER

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Unfortunately, when it came to the catwalk,

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Harrison was less walking cat and more nodding dog,

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-as he let Sarah and Jade make all the ISSEY MIYAKE decisions.

-Ooh!

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Ah! Beautiful!

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LAUGHTER

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Let's see where it all went wrong.

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Harrison, you say that your best ability is to adapt

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to your surroundings.

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I threw you in this fashion business.

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You didn't adapt to it, did you?

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I won't be putting myself forward for project manager as you're

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going to have more experience of women's fashion.

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What on Lord's green earth is it?!

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LAUGHTER

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I'm not really here to try and shine.

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I'm not putting a business plan that involves anything to do

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with catwalking. Yeah, whatever.

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It reminds me of one of those things when you're

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freezing cold, the paramedics put over you.

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I worry for Harrison, cos there's nothing he's done on

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this task that has made any difference.

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He's really just an assistant.

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Oh, he's just brought back the dress for you.

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What use were you? I mean, they had enough mannequins.

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So they obviously didn't use you for that.

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-LAUGHTER

-Aw!

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-That was a bit harsh, Karren saying you did nothing. You carried the dress over.

-It was heavy, as well!

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LAUGHTER

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Looked heavy! You carried that over. You put the chairs out...

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-Exactly. Very straight lines as well, so...

-Is that what you went for?

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Yeah, they had like, wooden lines

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-and I made sure all the fronts were up against them. So...

-Did you?

-Yeah.

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-And then people go, people say you do nothing!

-Exactly!

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LAUGHTER

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It did seem like you sort of... I mean, rabbit in the headlights.

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-That's what you looked...

-Is that what I looked like?

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-That's what you were.

-That's fair enough.

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No, to be fair, when I opened that box and I saw, like,

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a tinfoil, what, like overcoat...

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RHOD LAUGHS

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..um, yeah, I've never seen anything like it, so, yeah,

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-it was a bit of a shock.

-Yeah.

-Mmm.

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Angela, do you think he could have thrown himself in a little bit more than he did?

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I think he could have got stuck in a bit more.

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I mean, the choice of designer

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by Jade made it quite difficult.

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Those clothes...

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I think I would find it difficult,

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and I'm a pretty good saleswoman.

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-But, if all else fails, LOOK busy!

-Mmm.

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LAUGHTER

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Let's talk about the designs a bit.

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It looks really good, and Stylist magazine got behind you.

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How much easier would you have found it if Jade had picked a more

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high street, kind of, less high-end, less, sort of, avant-garde designer?

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Um... Well, yeah, it would have changed the whole task, definitely,

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so yeah, it would, everything would have changed,

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cos not a lot of people will buy lots of £1,000 dresses.

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So, yeah, I think a low, a low level item would have done better.

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Dane, I'm sure you've spotted, as I did, the futuristic, regal,

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rock and roll, gothic theme across the collection.

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LAUGHTER

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The designer even mentioned it was kind of post-apocalyptic.

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Like, if there's any advice...

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If you hear the word "apocalypse" in a product,

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probably should leave it, in a task.

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LAUGHTER

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Er, Patrick, the task was all about commission.

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Was it, Jade going for a high-end designer, is that more of a gamble?

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That was where this, that was the big failure in this task. I mean,

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yeah, how many people in this room spend more

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than 150 quid on a garment on a regular basis?

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Not, you know, that's MOST of us.

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The market for contemporary fashion is enormous.

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The market for high-end fashion is incredibly small.

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And that was the big error.

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I mean, they could have had 40% commission

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-and they would not have won this task.

-Yeah.

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Well, as any budding model or fashion student knows,

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there's nothing like top tips from experts.

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And this week was nothing like that.

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Do YOU want to be the next top model?

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Then join the...

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OK, work it. Work it. Work every bit.

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Our experienced models will teach you all you need to know about...

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LAUGHTER

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What that represents to me is, sort of, amateur magician.

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As in, she could be like this.

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She's posing as a teapot.

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And learn about high-end fashion from our expert, Harrison!

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Yeah, whatever.

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LAUGHTER

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APPLAUSE

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-Oh, I do love that "whatever". I do love that "whatever".

-Ah.

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We're down to the final five.

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Last guy in the process, James, I can tell you, I've got the stats.

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Ten tasks, so far. He's won five, lost five.

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What's he like to work with?

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Yeah, yeah, James is good.

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I'd say he's got, like, an all-round skillset,

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so I'm quite confident that he's going to go a bit further.

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Well, he definitely has gone further, but, I mean, further than that.

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LAUGHTER

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But, yeah, no, he's good at business, definitely.

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This is James' cover, of course.

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LAUGHTER

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There's James on the...

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LAUGHTER

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..on the front cover.

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Patrick, how did he do as an amateur model?

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I don't understand this idea of taking

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one for the team by being a model.

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They, surely that's doing your team a massive disservice.

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There were professional models offered to you.

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Take them.

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Angela, can you see him going all the way?

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-Do you think he'll be in the final?

-I think he will go through the interview stage

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and I think he'll get to the final.

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I don't know that he can win it,

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but I really enjoy watching him, he's very positive.

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He's got a good energy. He takes risks, you know?

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He kind of does throw himself into it.

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And he's got amazing teeth...

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LAUGHTER

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..which I think Lord Sugar appreciates, a good set of...

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It's important, especially if you're working

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for someone with the surname Sugar, and you have good teeth, that's...

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LAUGHTER

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-Lord Sugar said he looked constipated.

-Yeah.

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Think it's a constipated, kind of, like, a haemorrhoid chic kind of look.

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LAUGHTER

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He looks very pensive.

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He was kind of like, "Do I...proceed with business or get laxatives?"

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LAUGHTER

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Let's talk about Elizabeth.

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She's been on the winning team seven times.

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The one time she was project manager, she won it.

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-Is she a contender, Patrick?

-I think she has good instinct.

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You know, I think she makes good decisions

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and she undermines them all by being completely

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incapable of dealing with human beings in a very human way.

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And that's a fundamental part of business.

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You know, it's about working with other people

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and getting the best out of other people.

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And, you know, if she could be in a business of one I think

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she would absolutely thrive,

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but I don't suspect Lord Sugar's looking for a business that size.

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I love her. I think she's...

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-You're a fan of...

-..absolutely bonkers.

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I think she's misunderstood, actually.

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And...Lord Sugar has a soft spot for her.

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That's my read of the situation.

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-Yeah.

-So you think she might...

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So I think she'll definitely be in the final and I think she's a good chance of winning it.

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Elizabeth was chuffed to be on the winning team this week,

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but as this bit of unseen footage shows,

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she isn't one to make a song and dance about it.

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LAUGHTER

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£25,000 for our client!

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LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE

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Sarah - six wins, four losses for Sarah.

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She's been back in the boardroom three times.

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I'm not surprised Sarah's in the final five.

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On the whole, she seems pretty sound.

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-I think she's a competent individual.

-Yeah.

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I think she makes decent decisions.

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I think, you know, she's also an honest person.

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If she's cocked something up, she'll admit it. She won't try...

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You know, she won't add lies to lies and unravel herself.

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She's not outstanding, but she's definitely,

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-sort of, dependable, is my read.

-Yeah.

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Er, so, Harrison, unfortunately Lord Sugar won't be investing in you,

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but he does have this advice for your future.

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Now, Harrison is a hard working fellow.

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Didn't shirk any of the responsibilities in the tasks.

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He even, actually, sung at Wembley.

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But the problem in this particular task was

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he threw his hands in the air because it was women's fashion.

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And he didn't know anything about it.

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But the business essence of it was sales, promotion,

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presentation and marketing.

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And, anyway, fundamentally, he's

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so likeable that he's going to go a long way in business.

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-That's nice.

-Yeah, I love that.

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And what was your business plan?

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I'm launching a healthy eating brand

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starting with meal prep and launching in January, so...

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-Good luck.

-..keep your eyes peeled. Thank you.

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Er, well, Lord Sugar made his decision,

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but does our panel feel it was the right one?

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Patrick.

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I think, throughout,

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you've shown yourself to be a really decent guy, and...

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..but this week you just shirked it,

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-so I think it was the right decision.

-Cheers.

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Similar. Extremely likeable, everyone gets on with him.

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I think Lord Sugar would love to work with him, but, yeah,

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no hiding this week.

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-Thanks.

-OK. Dane?

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I'm afraid I'm going to have to agree with the other panellists.

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Think you've been good through the competition, but, yeah, as Lord Sugar said, in this particular task,

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kind of threw your hands in the air,

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kind of left your own fate in the hands of others.

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-Whatever, innit?

-Whatever.

-Whatever!

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LAUGHTER

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It's time to find out what our audience thinks.

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If you agree with Lord Sugar, hold up "Fired".

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If you disagree, hold up "Hired" now, please.

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Ooh!

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-Harrison, I'm afraid...

-It's a landslide.

-..it is red.

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Now, er, Karren, at one point,

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said that you were your own one-man fan club.

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Ah!

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So we have signed you up for a 12-month subscription to the

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Harrison One-Man Fan Club.

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Member one of one.

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You've got your own hat, mate, with "I Love Harrison" on the front.

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-Lovely. Cheers.

-Got a lovely T-shirt for you.

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LAUGHTER

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And of course, what fan club would

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be complete without a newsletter?

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This has got...

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Look, it's got Harrison's fashion tips, where's that?

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Let's have a look. Oh, that's blank.

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LAUGHTER

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It's even got a little letter to yourself from the editor, of course.

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There's a picture of you, the editor.

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"Dear Harrison, welcome to the first

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"edition of the Harrison One-Man Fan Club newsletter.

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"You may be wondering what I've been up to lately.

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"Just been fired, so it's a bit quiet, to be honest."

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LAUGHTER

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-That is yours to keep, Harrison.

-Thank you.

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-The only one-man fan club in the world.

-Cheers, thank you very much.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Been a great sport. Thanks for coming. Glad you really enjoyed it.

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-Lovely.

-Let's have a look at your highlights.

-Thanks.

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I've just been born.

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Harrison, nice to meet you.

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Harrison's a super nice guy. I've

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never met anybody as warm as him.

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-Two for 15, then.

-Yeah? Perfect.

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-Cos you've smiled.

-Thank you!

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-Well...

-There you go.

-..there we go.

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-Other paw?

-Oh!

-Yay!

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-Well done, we performed.

-Yeah.

-Well done, everybody.

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He's kind, he's got a huge heart,

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and he's a gentleman, as well.

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I take a lot of positives from that.

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I'm happy to go two packs each.

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Thank you very much.

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The way they've mixed in new buildings

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with the old is literally ingenious.

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Healthy, kicking, chicken curry.

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I think gold ghost.

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That's my main concern at the moment, chickens, funnily enough.

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# I did it...

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# My way. #

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Harrison's the greatest gentleman in the house.

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He's polite, kind and courteous,

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and his mother should be proud of him.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Aw...

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Ladies and gentlemen, Harrison Jones!

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Hot on Harrison's Louboutin heels, the second candidate to get

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Kate Moss to ride out of the process was poor Jade.

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Jade, this was a big mess-up.

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I've definitely been able to prove myself on the other tasks, though.

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-And the business plan...

-Yeah, Jade, I don't want to hear any more.

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I'm sorry. You're fired.

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Thank you for the opportunity, it's been unbelievable. Thank you.

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Please welcome Jade English!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello.

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How are you feeling, Jade?

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Oh, I'm gutted that I'm not there in the final five but, yeah,

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it was such an amazing experience.

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Did you think you'd be in the final five?

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Do you know what, I thought after I'd project managed,

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I got the highest win of the series,

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I was, like, absolutely, I've bossed it, of course I'm going to make it.

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And then when I didn't...

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Yeah, I was really gutted, to be fair.

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You lost by 3,000 quid.

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-I know!

-You don't muck about.

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-When you lose, you lose.

-Yeah, but when I win, I win, right?

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That's it. You win big, you lose big.

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Patrick, you're our fashion expert.

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-Is she unlucky to be sat here or not?

-I think she's unlucky.

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I think she got chucked under the bus royally by her team-mates,

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who had no intention of taking this task on.

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I think you made a decision at the beginning which I think

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a lot of people would have made.

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You were lured into the sort of glitz

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and glamour of the high ticket fashion which I think

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a lot of people would have made the same mistake.

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That was the undoing of the entire task.

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After that, there was nothing that could have been done to win it,

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-I don't think.

-Dane, if you got fired, what would your exit be?

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Would you go quietly?

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I'll be honest, I think you handled that in a very dignified manner,

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Jade, cos if I was fired, I'd have been going mental.

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I'd have personally been going crazy, been very vocal

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and been like, "I'll tell you something else,

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"Alan Sugar, most of these people owned a Commodore.

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"I had an Amstrad." And then maybe,

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as I was being dragged out by security,

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I'd be like, "Well, you know something, Lord Sugar?

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"I support Arsenal anyway."

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So, despite her passion for fashion, Jade managed to lead her team

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all the way down the catwalk and straight into its litter tray.

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Let's see where it all went wrong.

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Jade, I mean, she has admitted she made a mistake on this,

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-made a mistake on that.

-We can ask if we could offer a discount.

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-Discount to the buyer?

-Yeah.

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We can't offer any discounts because we haven't...

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Well, I haven't negotiated that.

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It says Hellavagirl, is that who you're talking about?

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When we've spoken to her, she'd wanted to put Helen Woollams.

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OK, fine.

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My only issue is it's Helen Woollams as opposed to Hellavagirl.

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I think, as project manager, Jade took on a lot

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of the responsibility

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and she wasn't strong enough to see it through.

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You're not going to be able to get this

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anywhere else, and have

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that really quality-based ingredient.

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I have no idea what Jade's talking about.

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I don't think they do, either.

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Jade, you admitted all of the errors

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and mistakes that were made in this task.

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Lots to talk about there but let's start from the beginning.

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You chose the designer.

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Difficult clothes, I guess, if you're not an expert to sell,

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-to describe.

-Yeah, definitely.

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So, I think that was the most uncomfortable part for me

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because I didn't necessarily know what each piece was about.

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-So I had to make it up as I went along.

-Yeah.

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It was painful, wasn't it?

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"Look at these, ladies and gentlemen,

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"fresh, quality ingredients."

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I know, when I said "ingredients,"

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-I was thinking, "Oh, that was last week's task."

-Last week's food task.

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The other team had it so easy, didn't they?

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The other team were, like, "Here we go, a pair of trousers.

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"Oh, look, a top."

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Angela, if you had to represent a designer,

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would you have gone for that kind of thing, or...?

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This is going to sound terrible,

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would you have gone for something a bit more low-end?

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I think somewhere in the middle.

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You don't want to go to kind of too low where you're competing

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with the high street, cos you can never compete

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with the high street, in terms of pricing.

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But, yeah, somewhere in the middle,

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somewhere that has a good origin story, that has a collaboration,

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that has something interesting to talk about, maybe a new fabric.

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But it's really difficult to sell at that price point

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and it's quite intimidating.

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I think for you, even in terms of describing it and selling it,

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and the language that surrounds it, and then the audience looked...

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-slightly dumbfounded.

-You're surrounded by people like Patrick

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who know this industry. It must have been so intimidating.

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You know, you didn't pick up on the fact that she went by this

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brand Hellavagirl and that's what she wanted to be promoted as.

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You sort of got away with it.

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There was a lovely moment where you sort of fudged it, said,

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"Oh, we're trying to promote the designer, go beyond the brand."

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-I mean, total bollocks, wasn't it?

-A little bit.

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So, when they brought that up in the pitch, at Stylist, I think

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you could see on my face thinking...

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"Oh... Oh, no. What has happened here?"

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So, moving forward, when Helen came up to me, I thought, right...

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Yeah, I mean, I've got put my hands up here.

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-Take those balloons down right now.

-Jade got sort of...

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They sort of got away with it, the designer took it very well,

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and quite good at lying. I mean, creative excuses.

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Would you have been good in that environment, could you have

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come up with something there?

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I would have definitely come up with some creative excuses.

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I'm someone, Jade, I never tell lies. I always tell the truth.

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Doesn't mean that my truthful answer is the answer

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to your question at the time, but it's always the truth.

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Like, for example, "Hey, Dane, why are you late for work?"

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"My grandad died."

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That happened in 1997. But, still...

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Therefore it's not a lie.

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Well, Jade may not have got everything right this week but it's

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not easy when you're essentially operating as a one-woman sub team.

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# All by myself... #

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Oh. There we go.

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You made Harrison's day.

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# Don't want to live

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# All by myself... #

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Yes, Elizabeth!

0:21:480:21:49

# Celebrate good times, come on! #

0:21:490:21:51

# ..any more

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# All by myself... #

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APPLAUSE

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So, let's talk about the final five a little bit.

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Joanna is the candidate I can tell you with the strongest record.

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Statistically, out of 10, she's got eight wins.

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You and Joanna, famously, you've had your ups and downs.

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I can't remember any ups.

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Was it hard to be beaten by her this week?

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Do you know what, I think we're both just quite similar people in

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the fact that we're both fighting for the same ambition,

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and we do have strong personalities

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and sometimes you can't get on with everybody in business. And it sucks.

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I would have loved to have got on with everybody in the process

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but you can't. And I wish her all the best. So, there you go.

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Angela, would you like to see Joanna in the final?

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No.

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LAUGHTER

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No, I really want to bring her home and give her a cup of tea.

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She looks like she's going to cry every time I look at her.

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She may buckle under the interrogation in the interview

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stage. I just can't see her ploughing through that.

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What do you think, Patrick? Joanna at the interview stage.

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Yeah, I think she definitely appears a little fragile. And...

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You know, I haven't seen much of her that I've been madly impressed by.

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I think she seems like a perfectly nice person but I can't...

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I can't see where the fire is.

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Michaela? Four losses, six wins.

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You know, I think the way she dealt with...with a customer who...

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..who said no wasn't entirely the most professional.

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But I like her. She is a straight talker,

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she looks like she wants to roll her sleeves up and get stuck in.

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She's all about the hustle and she's all about the graft,

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and I think Lord Sugar really responds to that sort of ethic.

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Can you see her going through the interview stage?

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I think she has a really good chance, yeah.

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So, Jade, unfortunately, Lord Sugar will not be investing in you

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but he does have this advice for your future.

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Now, Jade has been an avid seller throughout the whole of the process.

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She's been very enthusiastic and always got stuck into sales.

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Now, sometimes her enthusiasm detracts her from

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working on the detail.

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In this particular task, for example, she focused

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on the designer's name

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rather than the designer's brand name.

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In business, the devil is always in the detail.

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And Jade needs to focus on detail, I think, in future.

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And, if she does that, she should do very well in her business career.

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What was your business plan, Jade?

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It's a revolutionary website that will help people

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fulfil their career dreams.

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However, I'm going to follow up with my broadcast journalism degree

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while seeking investment in my business still.

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-OK, good luck with that.

-Thank you.

-Well, Lord Sugar made his decision

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but does our panel feel it was the right one? Patrick?

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Despite a bit of a clanger this time, I think

0:24:400:24:42

throughout the process you've been one of the stronger candidates,

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and I would have hired you.

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-Angela?

-I agree.

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I think Lord Sugar should have given Jade a break this week.

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There were definitely weaker candidates on both teams

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-and she just got a little bit unlucky, I think.

-Dane?

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I feel like, in this instance, he made a good decision

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but when you juxtapose the decision for that week with

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all of your previous work, I don't think it was particularly fair.

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Well, it's time to find out what our audience thinks.

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If you agree with Lord Sugar, hold up "Fired".

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-If you disagree, hold up "Hired".

-I can see you all.

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-Look at that. I think that's green.

-Yeah, definitely hired!

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It is definitely green, you are hired!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:25:240:25:26

Well, Jade, nobody leaves here empty-handed,

0:25:270:25:30

so I thought I'd get you a beautiful dress.

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Unfortunately, I'm not a very good negotiator. And I only negotiated...

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..10% of a dress.

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If you'd like to stand up, Jade.

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-I mean, the dress was fantastic that this sleeve came off.

-I love it.

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If you'd like to pop that on...

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-So chic.

-There. That is it.

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How about that, ladies and gentlemen?

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10% of a beautiful dress.

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Jade, thanks for coming on the show, you've been a great sport,

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let's have a look at your highlights.

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Jade, nice to meet you.

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This is so much fun!

0:26:020:26:04

Thank you, Tom!

0:26:040:26:05

Action!

0:26:050:26:06

Jade is kind. Jade is giving.

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Jade is funny.

0:26:090:26:10

-I've just done his bottom.

-Have you?

0:26:100:26:13

But, more to the point, Jade's very talented.

0:26:130:26:15

One...two...

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I know I'm handsy but that's handsy.

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Turn a negative into a positive.

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And I'm going to pitch my bum off.

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Thank you very much. Thank you.

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Jade's fantastic and,

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yeah, she's just got a real energy about her.

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SHE SCREAMS

0:26:290:26:30

Give us a "Grr!"

0:26:300:26:31

Jade is, in every way,

0:26:310:26:33

a fabulous human being.

0:26:330:26:35

Cheers!

0:26:360:26:37

Ladies and gentlemen, Jade English!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:26:440:26:45

And, also, please thank tonight's Apprentice fans and guests,

0:26:480:26:51

Patrick Grant, Angela Scanlon, and Dane Baptiste.

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And if you think you have what it takes to be Lord Sugar's business

0:26:580:27:00

partner, applications are still open to take part in next year's series.

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Head over to:

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for more details.

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Next week, our five remaining candidates

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take on their toughest task yet.

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Head-to-head interviews with Lord Sugar's most trusted aides.

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An experience so harsh it makes the boardroom

0:27:150:27:18

look like an episode of the Antiques Roadshow.

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I've asked four of my most trusted business advisers to go

0:27:200:27:24

over your plans. So you better hope everything is in order.

0:27:240:27:29

Just get through it, don't be sick.

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My business structure is very, very... Um...

0:27:310:27:34

How do you feel about confrontation?

0:27:350:27:37

Fine.

0:27:370:27:38

This makes you look like a rank amateur.

0:27:380:27:42

# The final countdown... #

0:27:420:27:45

You've got no product.

0:27:450:27:47

Nobody's perfect. I'm sure there's things

0:27:470:27:48

-that you're not good at, Claude.

-Really?

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Much of it simply didn't work.

0:27:500:27:53

-Your flowers don't look that special to me.

-Well, I thank you for that.

0:27:530:27:56

Oh, my God.

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-You don't know how much you don't know because you don't know.

-Yeah.

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-Did they sack you?

-They did, yeah.

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I think you should take your tone down.

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HE GRUNTS

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Thought you said she was nice!

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SHE SIGHS

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Join me next Wednesday at 10pm for more You're Fired. Goodnight.

0:28:120:28:16

Rhod Gilbert is joined by a panel of experts and celebrity fans who analyse the teams' performances and meet the latest candidate to be fired.

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