Business-based reality series. The celebrity contestants are challenged with choosing an artist, creating a display and then selling the artwork in a gallery.
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Previously on The Celebrity Apprentice.
The teams were tasked with creating an ad for Dial to appear in Redbook magazine.
You're creating a photo that supports both of our core values.
On Empresario, project manager Tito Ortiz let Stephen Baldwin take charge.
I think that that's a little edgy, and I'd rather play it safe.
Meanwhile, on Hydra, Carol Alt took the reigns.
I think we keep it very sexy.
And decided on a more risque approach.
They've got Omarosa, and we've got Carol Alt. Not a fair fight, really, is it?
-In the boardroom:
-Piers, what do you think of the ad?
-I love Trace, but I don't think...
-Do you think Omarosa would've been better than Trace?
-In a graveyard scene.
The battle between Piers and Omarosa was reignited.
-Omarosa, what do you think of their ad?
-The biting is a bit edgy for me.
Hydra's choice to use racy photos paid off.
The executives thought the ad was fantastic.
The winner is Hydra.
And Mr Trump put Trace on the spot.
If you were me, who would you fire?
I would have to say Tito was responsible because he did let Stephen take charge.
Leaving Tito to take the fall.
As much as it pains me, Tito, you're fired.
Oh! That was a good, powerful win.
Three blokes go through that door now, I'm going partying.
Are we getting company?
Ooh! You back in here?
Tito was fired, which I was surprised about.
There was a gilt-edge opportunity to nail Omarosa.
You knifed Tito straight in the back.
You took out your big lasso and you carved him up, man!
I didn't knife him.
'I call 'em like I see 'em.'
I didn't stab Tito in the back like Piers says.
Tito quit being project manager and let Stephen do it.
I'm not going to be vindictive or mean-spirited in any kind of way, unlike other people.
'I'm not staying long. I don't want to be around him.
'Piers is a loose cannon'
and there's a lot of tension. I knew it was my time to step up and kick that British mutt's ass.
That is amazing.
'We went up to Donald Trump's apartment'
to get the next task.
The view is spectacular, for sure.
The decor is impeccable, and Donald Trump walked in with his family.
That was a portrait in itself.
We're standing in my apartment at Trump Tower.
Some people consider it to be the greatest apartment in the world.
I would never, ever say that myself, but it's certainly a nice apartment.
And to my left is Melania, and this is Barron. Barron, say hello to the group.
-And Barron, hopefully, some day, will be a great entrepreneur.
Melania, what do you think?
Well, little Trump, what do you want to do when you grow up?
-That's right! Like your daddy.
-That is pretty amazing, actually.
-Daddy's a business man, and what is Daddy building?
He's doing well. Just 18 months old and he's doing really well,
so hopefully he'll do well like Ivanka has done and like Don has done.
Now, so far we've raised 630,000 for charity. That's a lot.
A lot more's going to be raised over the next couple of weeks.
I love art. I collect art.
You are going to be working on a really exciting art project at the Moti Hasson Gallery,
one of the top galleries in New York.
You'll be working with Moti Hasson.
He will give each team various artists for you to choose.
You'll choose your artist, and tonight, you'll sell your art.
You'll price it. You'll do whatever it takes to sell that art.
There is a minimum price for the art.
What you sell above that goes to the winning project manager's charity.
And the team that makes the most profit will win.
Now, I'd like you to choose your project managers right now.
I'll do the project manager. Is that OK?
-It's you, right?
-Looks like you have your manager. Who's your project manager?
I'm going to be project manager.
This was the task that I got fired on last season, so I have something to prove.
That's true. That's true. Very risky to be project manager. Who's your project manager?
I'm going to be.
Piers is project manager?
Yeah. You don't win by not taking risks.
'As soon as I knew Omarosa was going to be PM,'
I decided this was time to go head-to-head,
'fight to the finish.'
Now, we're coming down to the final stretch.
It's going to be very interesting, very exciting.
Good luck. Sell a lot of art tonight. Make a lot of money.
The winning team wins. The losing team, somebody will be fired. Have fun.
We have to really kill that other team over there.
-Now, is there...
some secrets to the trade, in terms of displaying the art?
If you're saying we could throw a dart at the wall
with any of these names and hit a winner, then that's great,
but there has to be some technique.
You're trying to place artwork into great collections.
Follow your heart.
Whoever appeals to you the most is who you should go with.
That's my advice to you. That's what I do, and it always works, so...
-I'm gonna follow my heart. I hope it doesn't lead me into the boardroom with Mr Trump.
'Well, it's not hard for me, if I was just going on my personal taste.'
There are only a couple of them that I even...get, you know?
The rest of it's that abstract,
three-year-old threw up on a canvas kind of stuff.
I don't like that stuff.
I would imagine that Piers, in his way of thinking,
is gonna go for the most expensive person.
He would be more interested in selling four 25,000 pieces.
And he has the contacts to do that, yeah?
-I don't know.
-I know he does.
Oh, hi, there. How are you? Piers Morgan. Good to see you.
'None of us really have any kind of'
real experience in artwork,
'so we had a lot of questions.'
Well, from these artists, you have literally five different artists.
You have four who are painters, and Shirley Shor,
who is a new media artist.
With all these artists' works of art,
there wouldn't be a space issue, where we couldn't hang them?
All of the new media stuff, you don't have just six pieces.
You have editions, so each work of art can be sold a few times.
Oh, wait a minute.
So you're saying you might have more than one piece, so if you sell one you can sell more?
Of the same. Only with her, only with the new media artist.
-So that's important.
'What we found out with Shirley Shor, which was so interesting,'
she actually was the number one in terms of volume.
What I need you to do now is very quickly count up exactly how many pieces we now have.
20 pieces of Shirley Shor.
We have three at 12,000, seven at 20,000...
..and ten at 2,500.
That adds up to 20, correct?
OK. I think we should go for her.
We definitely want her.
'As soon as I realised there were 20 pieces, not six,'
I backed the fact that Omarosa would not be able to work that out,
and wouldn't think of Shirley Shor as an option.
-What do you think?
-OK. Let's go for Shirley Shor.
I want you all to flip through this really quickly
and write down your first, second, and third choice, OK?
-So, there's my one, two, three.
Is this jibing with anybody else?
-We're all on the same page.
'Interestingly, we all had, you know, David Kramer as our first choice.
'He had more pieces at a lower price point.'
And it was to our advantage to have a low minimum and set it higher.
Who is the biggest pimps you know?
I've just called four of the biggest ballers in New York.
-And all they have to do is come through.
-I know you're busy, and I'm sorry to bother you with this.
We're selling art tonight at an art gallery in New York.
When it came to choosing our artist, we chose David Kramer.
'Do you know what the price range of the art is?'
Between two and five thousand.
'Could you choose an artist with a lower price?'
The price point on it was going to be very challenging.
I'm pounding on the phone here,
trying to get some folks to come down and buy a piece of art from Stevie B tonight.
'The test was really gonna be more about, relationship-wise,'
who we could get down to buy the work.
'I'll see you all later.'
You're the best. See you.
We are doing a fundraising event with a lot of the profit going to charity tonight.
And the kind of range I was thinking is 10,000.
'When it came to raising money for people to come down there and buy some art,'
Piers had people on the line already.
-Hi, Sarah, how are you?
-'Fine. I have Gordon here.'
Gordon Ramsay. Excellent.
Gordon, how are you?
Can you try not to swear too much in this brief conversation?
I know it's almost a disease, but if you could keep it straight.
'The key to winning a task like this is you've got to have a great contact book.'
Yeah, I can't say too much about it, other than I want your money.
'I have no problem ringing up famous friends and asking for money,'
and they expect me to ring them and badger them for money.
I've been doing it all my life. I'm very good at it.
I can't thank you enough. I really appreciate it. Bye. Bye-bye.
'Now is the time where I don't just want to beat Omarosa,'
I want to pulverise her so badly that she's not only fired,
but probably never work on television again.
This wasn't business. This was personal.
OK, team, listen up.
Steve, I want you to pull up, as quickly as you possibly can, everything you can.
-Print the form.
-OK, so stop calling connections?
-I'm gonna have you stop so that we can inform ourselves about the artist.
Steve Baldwin knew nothing about art, so I put him on research.
He had to do the background for the artist.
You can call and work the Internet at the same time, right?
-Uh, not really, to be honest with you.
-You can't multi-task?
Is that what you're telling me?
Well, I can't read and talk to somebody at the same time. No, I can't do that.
It's funny, cos I'm doing OK.
Can you give it a try, maybe?
I can make the calls, but then if somebody asks me about a piece of artwork tonight,
which would you rather I know better?
I'd rather you do both. At this level in the game, you got to multi-task.
I think that Omarosa likes to spin things a little bit.
She plays the game a certain way. And she was trying to set me up.
-How are you?
You have chosen Shirley Shor as yours.
And we will be using the North Gallery and the West Gallery.
It's right next door.
And will they be in here, then?
They will be in there.
It depended on the work that was chosen. So, again, you have two galleries. Use them.
-Bit of a disadvantage by having two rooms?
-Not at all.
When we seen the space we had to work with, you know,
I was a little bit concerned because we were in the back room and Empresario's in the first room.
How do we draw people into this room?
If you need room...
Uh, excuse me. This is our room.
That's your room.
David Kramer's in the next room.
This is what I'm thinking. We don't want them to flow into that other room.
We want them to walk in and boom, boom, boom, cos they've got to find their way to their room.
We are hosting an art exhibition this evening,
and I'm the project manager, so my neck is on the line.
-Stephen Baldwin, yet again,
was spending most of his time in the morning peering around doorways,
listening in on my conversations, and, frankly, cheating.
I have no problem with Stephen Baldwin cheating.
I just wish he'd admit it and stop pretending he's from a different moral base to me.
They can go round the back, right? They can actually walk out and round the back.
-If I have to go to the bathroom?
-Yes, mate. Sorry. Team Hydra rule.
With respect, this is our gallery, right?
-Not yours, so if you want to go to the bathroom, go.
-Are you kidding me?
Every time Stephen holds his hands up
and says, "I can't get involved in this unethical behaviour,"
he seems to be the main perpetrator.
It's called spying, all right?
And I don't like it, and I respond with severe violence.
-The next step is, I'm gonna hit you.
-You're gonna hit me? For going to the restroom?
-For spying on us.
-I have to go to the restroom.
No, you don't. You can go another way. Go out the back, round the corner. All right?
'Piers threatened to hit me cos he thought'
I was intruding in their space and trying to steal their ideas.
And, man, he's really nuts.
We have 50 minutes only.
And we need our stuff up.
-They've prepped it?
This will be up in five minutes, max.
Let's go. Let's go. Time's counting down. We only have half an hour to hang the art.
We need to get as much in as possible.
Time management is important.
I want you put you at the front, hooking people in to our side. Bring them straight in here.
-You'll be up the front. Direct them straight in to Shirley Shor.
And remember, we sell four or five of those, that's it.
Do we really want to put these up?
-I don't think so.
-They have the prices on them.
We don't have time. We've got the price sheets. We should be in control.
-Stephen, I have a question.
-Should we stick these on the wall?
-They just gave these to us.
-Yes, we have to.
We didn't know anything about art.
'I think Omarosa claimed to know something about it.'
I don't know that she actually does.
-We have the option of putting it up, but it's not a mandatory thing.
-I would prefer that you did it.
How would people know what the price is?
We'll tell them.
This is how things are done in the gallery.
Well, let's set them. Yeah.
We've got five minutes.
There's about the middle.
-Two and two right here.
-Let's get 'em up, boss.
You've got the red dots. Leave them so that you can put them on each label, right?
They gave us a little strip of paper that had, like, you know,
six or seven little red dots,
and you'd peel them off and stick them on when you sold one.
-Here are the red dots for you.
-Thank you very much.
We appreciate your help. You've been great.
Almost that time.
It's my neck on the line. This is a team effort, but...
I don't want to go down for this one.
Hi, there. Welcome. Hi. Welcome.
-Steven Baldwin, nice to meet you.
-How are you? Trace Adkins.
-Hello, dear. Nice to meet you.
-Hi. Nice to meet you.
Come on in. David Kramer and the Empresario crew is this way.
David Kramer is this way.
OK, Lennox, we need you on the door, mate.
They're all coming in.
Push them into our gallery, yeah?
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen.
When people walked in,
I looked and I realised that nobody was coming over to our side.
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen.
-Oh, you're good.
Omarosa was at the door, funnelling people towards her side.
I had to get over there quick.
Would you like additional information about David Kramer?
This is just a brief bio about him.
I'm shopping for art, for my new apartment.
Oh, are you really?
I have cash with me. I want to buy something.
I'm about to cry. Which piece are you gonna select?
-I like that one.
-Oh, that one.
I do, too.
28 for this one.
-Thank you so much!
Mm, thank you.
-This is fine. I will always think of you when I look at that one.
I heard you got two sales. Well done, my friend.
We are working as a team, grinding it out to get it done.
Everything is coming together.
And I just called him two hours ago, and I said to him,
if he could call me some time after 5, but it's now nearly 6.15,
and I wonder whether you might be able to nudge him.
My donors haven't turned up yet, but they are coming.
I've got to be honest with you, I began to get a little twitchy.
Stand there and look at that.
Tell me that you don't find it really, unusually exciting.
It is. It's not even diamonds.
-Which is what I do.
-So, I know you love this.
-So what I can do to get you to say yes and to change my life?
You're the queen of diamonds. Trust me. I'm the king of deals.
I'm making you a great deal here, and I would love you to make my day.
Just give me the nod.
I wouldn't even ask if I really didn't need the help.
You could just do your bit for charity.
I've never wanted to beat anyone in my life more than I wanted to beat Omarosa.
And if she loses very heavily,
only one thing happens to the losing project manager. You're fired.
It's really hard not to really want that.
The challenge for the team tonight is to sell all the pieces.
I'm the Project Manager. Omarosa's the Project Manager.
That would just change my life. I don't even think you know.
Come on, Suzy. You know it makes sense.
So, can I put you down for this one?
That would be great. Thank you.
I really appreciate it. Thank you very much. Thank you.
-How you doing? Thanks for coming. Appreciate it.
-Thanks for all your support.
-Anything for you.
I had some people come down that I called, but they haven't bought any artwork yet.
-Do you like visual art?
-Come on. Let me show you something.
No, he's busy. He's busy right now. Yeah, don't worry.
-My name is Charls.
-Charls, very nice to meet you.
-I'm in the movie business.
-Do you have a price chart?
One of my people that I invited wandered over to the other side,
and Carol went and tried to get the guy to buy a piece of art.
You got it.
And he did.
I got to be honest. It's a little disheartening to see them have to stoop to that level. It's sad.
-I stole one of Stephen's. I almost stole one of Omarosa's. She saw me and took him away.
My people on poaching clients is all's fair in love and war.
If you're stupid enough to let one of your donors turn up
and then be diverted to our gallery and they buy one of our pictures,
you're a complete dunderhead.
-Hi. How are you? Good to see you.
-Good to see you.
Piers had some heavy duty donors that showed up.
Two of the Shangri-La's.
-How are you paying for that?
-I have cash.
It's nice little fiery number for a fiery Gordon Ramsay.
Hey, thank you very much. Tell Gordon I really appreciate it.
I've never seen a man with so many connections.
I'm just happy he's on our side.
Yeah, mate, that's perfect.
-He's been very generous.
-I know he couldn't be here.
He's going to buy the set there of the two.
I have big donations coming from people that I got. We sold two of those there. We are going great.
And so, on every level of our strategy, it's working.
I'm going to congratulate him on the sale.
This piece sold out immediately, this one sold out immediately,
and we have one piece of that left.
We've got two of those, and we've got one of those at the end.
The others are gone.
The red dot signified a sale,
and the reason I like that was I wanted the opposition to be
wandering around our two galleries, getting more and more terrified.
-Steve Baldwin. How are you?
-Nice to meet you. I'm Alexandra.
-Hi, Nice to meet you.
-Where can we get something to eat?
-There's lots of places in Times Square.
You know what's really good is that funky Asian place on 7th.
-Oh, it is good.
-That's a good place.
Stephen was not focused and detached himself from the process.
How'd you do any sales?
At least I had folks who turned out, who believed in me, who wanted to support me.
I can't really say the same for Stephen.
That's it. Last chance.
All for charity, last chance.
I'm feeling about as good as a human being could feel.
It's a personal tragedy for Omarosa.
I would literally be heading to Brooklyn Bridge now and doing the decent thing.
-Piers, how'd you like your artist? What did you think?
Loved the style. Loved the fun, the creativity.
Really cool stuff.
-How do you think you did?
-I think we won.
-You think you won?
I think we didn't just win. I think we destroyed them.
Carol, how do you think you did?
I think we did very well, yes, absolutely.
-Lennox, you think you did pretty well?
-I think we did well.
Omarosa, how'd you do?
This was your weakness on The Apprentice previously, wasn't it?
-How do you think you did?
-And it's a repeat, because we only sold,
I believe, four paintings.
-You only sold...
-At a lower price point, yes.
-Wow. Only four paintings?
-Two for myself and two for Trace.
-And what do you attribute that to?
-The artist or yourselves?
-We'd have to take responsibility. The artist was great.
You know, you look at Stephen and you look at Trace, they have a lot of contacts. You have contacts.
Actually, Stephen didn't make a sell, and Trace made a great sell,
and I made a sell.
Let me just ask you a question. Ivanka, how did Hydra do?
-It was 164,000.
-And that's awesome.
-And how many paintings?
It was 14 out of 20, versus three out of 16.
-And what was their total number, Don?
Wow. That's a big difference. Whoa.
You weren't able to get the volume.
Well, our strategy was selecting artwork that our contacts could buy.
I...I don't have a contact that could buy a 50,000 painting.
So, what happened?
So they didn't purchase.
But, Omarosa, you also said that price point was a major factor in this because, in the first task,
you learned you set the price point too high.
-So you went for a lower price point. But even at that price point,
-you actually only moved three of the 16 paintings, not four.
-Trace, did you know that your team lost?
-This was the first time that I came in here knowing
-that we'd taken a pretty good...
-Never a good feeling.
-..pretty good scalding.
-Never a good feeling.
Do you know this is the biggest slaughter in the history of The Apprentice?
We've never had anything like this. I've never seen a slaughter this bad.
-This was personal.
-This was personal?
-To me, it was.
-Not against the team.
-They say, never get mad, get even. I made the mistake of getting mad,
-You did make a mistake. It was the first time you've lost your cool.
Yeah, I lost my cool and I don't,
I'm not proud of the way I behaved.
So this was personal not in terms of the team, but in terms of Omarosa?
This competition is called Celebrity Apprentice.
If you are a genuine celebrity, then you do have the power to pick up the phone
and get money out of people.
And I have believed from the start that Omarosa is here by default.
-I'm here because Mr Trump invited me.
And if you keep saying that, you're questioning his judgment. And I trust his judgment.
-No, his judgment is, to quote him directly...
-But you're saying, why am I here?
-Why don't you ask him?
-I'm just quoting. I'm going to quote...
-You said it's personal.
This is the biggest slaughter in the history of The Apprentice.
I'm going to make a request to you to kill two of them. I want Empresario killed off tonight.
Today was the biggest beating of the history...
Omarosa, they have just absolutely decimated your team.
And you know what?
-The men have done well, and I've been thinking...
-No, it's really not the men, because you have Carol.
I sold 37,000 in my own, and closed two of Piers' big ones.
By yourself, did four times what they were able to accomplish.
When you say two, I'm just curious, who would the second one be?
-Obviously, you're saying Omarosa, the second...
-Well, that's a given.
-She's just been completely exposed.
-So, who else would you suggest I fire?
Did she say Stephen Baldwin didn't bring in a dollar?
I mean, this is a fundraising exercise.
So, I mean, it seems obvious to me.
Why did you lose so badly, Stephen?
I had the wrong strategy. Um...
It was...it was a slaughter.
-Um...it doesn't matter when you win.
-Yeah, but I was just curious.
-If you had any honour, Omarosa, you would stand up...
-I'm not making excuses.
He wants you to quit. Would you like to?
-I will never quit over him.
-How will you defend yourself?
One of the things you were relying on is volume sales,
because of the lower price points, to appeal to the people you were able to call.
-You didn't process any of those sales.
-I'm only as good as my...
I'm only as good as my sales team...
It was not your fault? Was it your team's fault?
I will take responsibility. I should have brought in more sales.
You said you were as good as your sales team which implies it wasn't your fault,
-it was your team's fault.
-No. We have to take responsibility for this loss.
I actually object to continuing in using the word "loss" here.
-This is not a loss. This is...
-This is a catastrophe...
-..of Biblical proportions.
First of all, you guys go out.
Great job. Congratulations.
Again, you led a team to the greatest victory in Apprentice history.
-Thank you, Mr Trump.
-So, from your standpoint, it's very positive.
Go out. I'm going to allow you to watch what's going to take place.
-Thank you so much.
-So you go watch.
-I would have paid more money than we raised to see it.
-I know you're going to like it.
Do we know how much we raised for the charity?
The amount you raised above the minimum sales price
-is 51,300 for your charity, which is...?
-The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, so I'm thrilled about that.
You are doing very well for them, not only tonight, but you are doing very well. Congratulations.
-Go outside. Watch what's going to happen.
I'm going to enjoy this. Make it nasty, could you?
Biggest beating in history. Omarosa, see you later.
Stephen, what do you think?
You didn't do so well, Stephen. I was a little surprised.
What's the story with Stephen?
You know, over the last ten weeks,
I understand from the men that he has never brought in money for the task, in terms of selling.
-Did he not bring in money for this task?
Oops, she's turning on him immediately.
She's knifing them already.
I mean, you've got to hand it to her, haven't you?
This is what she's good at - knifing people.
I had ten or 12 people there.
-I had one individual that was going to buy...
-Did they know who you were?
-Yes, of course.
-You're pretty recognised by people.
And I had one buyer that actually was scooped up by Carol, so...
-Fairly scooped up?
-No, not at all.
Well, because the person mentioned that they were there as a result of my relationship with them, so...
Well, were they friends of yours?
-People that...they were friends of friends.
-Yet they bought from Carol?
Because they didn't understand the dynamic of what was happening.
They understood you wanted to sell them something, and they didn't buy from you.
Right, they believed that they were still buying it for charity.
Were you disappointed that your friends bought from other team?
-Are they still your friends?
Huh! I don't think so, maybe.
Now, Piers said that I should fire two people.
Do you think he's right? Trace, you may think so
-cos you're probably one that won't get fired, in all fairness.
-I'm not, no.
What do you think about that, Omarosa?
I don't think that you should fire two people.
-I think that you've traditionally...
-He had an opinion,
and the opinion was he had problems with you,
and he also had some pretty big problems with Stephen,
although they seem to have worked that problem out, to an extent.
No, he threatened to "kick your ass" today. Direct quote, is that right?
-He threatened to hit me today.
-He threatened to hit Stephen, so...
I did say that, yeah. Nothing personal, just business.
But he said that today, so things aren't all as they appear,
but, you know, I think that we did what we were capable of doing.
But when you get an opponent so fired up like Piers was,
you've got to have a lot of ammunition to combat that,
-and I didn't have that ammunition.
-He was fired up.
-He was fired up.
-And you know why?
-He was fired up because of you.
-He wanted to kick your ass.
Do you think, in some way,
looking back, in retrospect,
you really hurt yourself by engaging in the conflict with Piers?
When a man calls you a tramp, a bitch, and a whore...
But you said a few mean things, as well.
I didn't call her a whore. What is she talking about? Never called her a whore.
-And what did you call him?
-I called him some horrible things that shouldn't be repeated.
-Horrible things, Mr Trump.
-Did you believe them?
-Well, yeah, because I know some things about him.
But when somebody's armed with a machine gun, you don't come into the fight with a slingshot.
So, it is what it is.
-Yeah, but you armed him, technically.
-So what do you know about Piers?
-I think he's in the closet.
-I think he's in the closet.
-I really do.
Piers is wishing he didn't leave the room.
He asked these guys in every in the first four tasks...
Yeah, but didn't you call... Excuse me.
I don't think you know him very well, and you called him a homosexual.
-Oh, no. Can I...?
-There are gay people around, and that's great...
-Can I tell you why?
-But you called him a homosexual.
-Can I tell you why?
-And he says he's not a homosexual.
-Can I tell you why?
He's asked for them to take their shirts off in every single one.
He asked for Lennox to be naked and hugged up with a Kodak printer.
Does Piers want to come back here and defend himself?
-Because you're making some pretty big statements over there.
-You asked my opinion.
-I'm just telling you...
-Ask Piers if he wants to defend himself.
Tell him I'm on my way.
I just want to do one thing, Mr Trump.
-I just want to say, Trace, you're a beautiful cowboy.
Thanks very much, everyone.
Need I say more?
-I wasn't sure if he was going to hit someone.
-Oh, look, the hat comes off.
I thought was going to hit someone in the head.
-Trace, nice head of hair.
-I actually thought I was going to get hit.
-I'm glad he gave him a kiss instead.
Oh, my God!
-Oh, that was too much.
-You are too funny.
Well, you may as well fight fire with fire.
-That was rough!
-Trace looks a bit confused.
Well, that was a pretty good defence. Actually, I fully understand what he's done.
I didn't understand that at all.
If you think about it, you're going to understand it, Trace.
I think Trace is a little upset about that. You didn't like that, did you?
That's the first time I've seen Trace shaken up a little bit.
-He's a man's man.
-Everyone knows he's kidding.
-He was kidding. All right?
-Never kiss a cowboy.
Anything further to say, Stephen?
You have a Project Manager that started the day by saying,
-"I lost at this event."
-She did say that.
you did start off by saying, "Oh, by the way, this was the event I lost two seasons ago."
-I had full disclosure.
-It wasn't that I was thinking negative.
-I wanted to turn it around.
-When you lose, it sounds doubly bad.
-I wanted to turn it around...
-Stephen, go ahead.
So, again, continuing with the truth,
she said that she had lost at this very event in the past.
So, I don't lie. I'm always telling the truth.
I never stab anybody in the back. It's not what I believe in my faith.
I won't do it. I refuse to do it.
If people start making accusations about who did or didn't do what, it starts with the Project Manager.
Trace, could you see me firing Stephen over Omarosa?
-Or could you see me firing both?
-This is one of those tasks that is just simply a numbers game.
I mean, because the people that I approached who were loyal patrons,
or at least I was led to believe that they were patrons of this gallery,
they didn't have any intention of buying anything.
They came in there to have a few glasses of wine, stumble around a little bit and look at the stuff
and make an appearance, and that was about it, and then they'd leave.
And some of them didn't even bring money with them.
-But didn't you sell two paintings?
-Were these fans of yours?
-Well, yes, the lady did know who I was,
and she's decorating her apartment here in the city,
and I called her, and she bought a couple of things.
And that's all I sold. I was disappointed in my performance today.
I thought I would be able to bring some more art lovers in.
But I don't know many of those people, but...
Don, do you have any opinions?
It is pretty cut-and-dry in terms of, you know, it's a loss.
I am disappointed in Stephen. I really thought the New York thing.
If I was participating in this task, I could call 30 people
that I could get maybe not to spend a whole you know, 165,000,
but I could get them to drop five, ten grand each, you know, for a total of something.
So to only sell 7,000 worth of art is pretty bad.
So, that's what's disappointing about Stephen.
Omarosa, you've been a three-time loser as Project Manager.
So, you know, I don't know what else there is to really say.
I think this is interesting because, Omarosa, you walked in here,
and from the get-go, you looked so defeated.
-I wasn't defeated.
-You put up a bit of a fight, and hurled names around half-heartedly,
but I've never seen you like this.
Not once have you looked at my father and said, "This is why I shouldn't be fired."
I told him why. I stepped up as the leader from the beginning.
But how can you say you've stepped up as a leader
if you've lost three times, with this loss being your last?
I was taught something very young.
I may not be the wealthiest woman in the room, I may not be the smartest or the prettiest,
but no-one will outwork me. And this whole process, I have committed myself to it.
No, I outworked you, as well, love.
And you're not the smartest. You're definitely not the prettiest.
-What was the other thing?
-You know, what Ivanka said is a little true.
It's the first time you've walked into a room where you felt and looked defeated.
-Omarosa, you're the Project Manager.
You not only lost, you got creamed.
You know, I've always been a big Omarosa fan, but Omarosa, you're fired.
-This was not close.
-Thank you for bringing me back.
-Thank you very much.
Thank you, Mr Trump.
-Well, that was pretty easy, to be honest.
That one was obvious.
The charity that I'm playing for is the Tomorrow's Aeronautic Museum's Positive Vibrations Program.
And it's for a bunch of really great kids.
I'd like to leave a few words to all the amazing celebrities
that I had a chance to meet and Piers.
No man is your friend, no man is your foe, but every man is your teacher.
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The celebrity contestants are challenged with choosing an artist, creating a display and then selling the artwork in a gallery. But tempers flare when one contestant is caught spying, and another team struggles with its sales. The day's events lead Amorosa to make a serious allegation about Piers.