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-I'd like you to choose your project managers.
-I'm going to be project manager.
'As soon as I knew Omarosa was going to be PM,'
I decided that this was time to go head to head.
-The battle between Piers and Omarosa was back on.
-'This wasn't business.'
This was personal.
The teams were tasked with selling modern art.
I'm going to keep hitting my contacts to get people down.
I will take that responsibility on the money.
At the gallery, Trace's charm paid off.
-This was fun.
-I heard you got two sales.
While Stephen floundered.
Stephen was not focused
and detached himself from the process. Any sales?
Team Hydra proved to be a force to be reckoned with...
I'm the king of deals.
-As Piers led them to a monumental victory.
-Thank you very much.
This is the biggest Apprentice slaughter.
-Go outside, watch what's going to happen.
-Make it nasty, could you?
Mr Trump called out Stephen for his lack of effort.
You didn't do so well, Stephen.
But Omarosa was also off her game.
Do you think you really hurt yourself
by engaging in the conflict with Piers?
-Yeah, because I know some things about him.
-What do you know?
Omarosa took one last stab at Piers.
-I think he's in the closet. I really do.
I don't think you know him very well.
And you called him a homosexual.
-You're making some big statements.
-I'm just telling you...
-Ask Piers if he wants to come back to defend himself.
Piers came up with a unique response.
-Trace, you're a beautiful cowboy.
Leaving Trace scratching his head.
-That was too much!
-You are too funny!
-Trace looks a bit confused.
-I didn't understand that at all.
Everyone knows he's kidding.
But there was still important business to attend to.
Omarosa, you not only lost, you got creamed.
I've always been a big Omarosa fan.
But, Omarosa, you're fired.
Thank you, Omarosa.
Thank you so much.
It was like pitting a little rat against a large dragon.
It wasn't a fair fight.
I've had some great moments in my life. I've met Nelson Mandela.
I've met Her Majesty, the Queen.
But I've got to say, on balance,
right now, putting the birth of my three children to one side
the next greatest moment of my life,
when Mr Trump said the words,
"The biggest slaughter in the history of The Apprentice."
I doubt we'll ever hear from Omarosa again.
I think her 15 minutes have just ended.
-You better stay far from Trace.
-I'll have to apologise, but it was necessary.
-You better apologise quick.
Never kiss a cowboy.
Quick. Hurry up and apologise. Hurry up.
-Trace, it was nothing personal
-What did you do that for?
I was making a joke about being apparently gay.
-No, no, no.
-I didn't know what...
-Don't worry about it.
-This is Brokeback Boardroom.
Anyway. To Omarosa.
Honestly, we'll miss her. Lovely woman.
Destroyed in the worst beating in the history...
She's a bright woman.
Very smart, and she lost all three as project manager
and suffered the worst beating in the history of the game. That's how smart she is.
I don't want to meet somebody who's thick in America.
Because if that's smart, that's embarrassing.
'Piers was just going on,'
and on, and on. Gloating and revelling in his victory.
It was ridiculous. Even for him, it was too much.
What more can be said?
Is that the Guinness Book Of World Records?
-Seeing if we can put it in the next edition.
We should call them.
I wonder if I can get it in the Christmas edition.
-Are we staying as the same team?
-Those two guys against...
-I think it's three against two.
Trace, you confident?
What if the next task is writing a country song?
You know what? The mood I'm in, the roll we're on,
I'd quite fancy that.
# Have you ever loved me?
# Like you once did? #
I could do that.
Yeah. I'd fancy that.
I think Piers spent another one of his nine lives because
I think Trace would have liked to have killed him.
'Piers is such a lost, arrogant individual.
Since I left his team, I've been praying for the guy every day.
That's the truth. I think that perhaps, in the future,
it may not work out the way he believes it will.
But that's not for me to judge.
Thank you very much, Stephen.
Tomorrow's a new day.
-Piers, you absolutely destroyed Empresario last night.
That was a great job, and you got rid of somebody who, frankly, was your enemy.
But a person I think you seriously disliked. Omarosa.
Mr Trump, it was a sad day for me, personally.
It was a sad day for the show.
It was a very sad day for America.
But we'll just have to all get over it.
Let's get a little wit.
All right, now.
On my left is a friend of mine for many years,
one of the top Broadway producers.
She's currently got a show on, Curtains, which is doing terrifically.
An amazing woman, Daryl Roth.
Also on my left, Ivanka. They will be my eyes and ears.
Now, we've got something very, very interesting.
Quiznos. They make delicious toasted sandwiches.
You're going to go out and make some Quiznos sandwiches.
You'll design a sandwich,
sell the sandwich for 2.
And whoever sells the most, wins.
And today it's, as they say in New York, totally legit.
You cannot use your Rolodex.
You got to sell them to the people on the street, OK?
The winning team, you know what happens.
You'll be very happy.
And somebody'll get a lot of money for charity.
The losing team, somebody will be fired.
And one thing I want to leave you with - this task is about speed.
You'll only have two hours to prepare and two hours to sell,
so the clock is ticking. Get going.
We make a good team there, Tex.
I don't think in this stage of the game,
in this foxhole, I'd rather be with anybody else.
-So, put her there.
All right? There you go.
'Mr Trump delivered the task'
of going to a Quiznos, creating an original sandwich
and selling it over two hours.
And we had a lot to do in a very short period of time.
So, it's official. You're project manager.
'OK. Stephen had been project manager last.'
I hadn't won any money for my charity.
It was my turn,
and it was my shot.
And that was all that needed to be said.
What kind of sandwich do you want to make?
We ought to call it the Cowboy Club. I mean, that's just, you know...
-That's a great idea!
-I know. So, it's the Cowboy Club.
We need to just sell one more frickin' sandwich than they do,
and we win. And I believe we can do it.
You know what they're going to do.
"It's the Lennox Lewis Heavyweight Knockout Sandwich."
"It's the Knockout Quiznos Punch Sandwich."
That's it, man. I mean, I can see it coming.
"The sandwich that'll really knock you out."
-The sandwich should be the Champ Sandwich.
-The Champ Sandwich.
-That's a big one.
-Come in and buy a Champ Sandwich.
You'll see Lennox Lewis.
Cameras are clicking cos you're good to your fans, right?
-Carol's behind the counter. That's a dynamic that works.
-The Champ Sandwich.
-It's as simple as that.
I am the project manager.
-So any final word comes from me.
-I'll tell you what I'd like to do.
I'd like to take a photograph of you, get it on flyers.
The Champ Sandwich - starring Lennox Lewis. Right?
-Are you program manager here?
-No. I'm suggesting to him.
Do you want me to give good ideas or not, Carol?
Piers, you know, when he's not project manager,
he likes to kind of take over.
I didn't allow him to take over too much,
but he did come up with some good ideas.
Quiznos Sub, right here.
-How you doing?
-Nice to meet you.
-Zach Calkins. Nice to meet you.
So, what we have here, this is our chipotle mayo.
It's a spicy mayo with smoked jalapeno.
This one gets an ounce of turkey,
and then it gets the Pepper Jack cheese.
-And that is a sandwich.
-That is the most popular thing you'll do?
That would be the most popular.
The task was to come up with an original flatbread sandwich.
We can't just do exactly the same one.
-What could we add to make it unique?
-Different cheese. Cheddar.
We decided to keep it simple, take the most popular recipe in that area,
twist it a bit by changing the type of cheese to Cheddar
and unload that as our brand new, unique Champ Sammie.
Did you take his photo? Should I?
We need to get a picture of him just with the thing.
Lennox, I need a picture of you with the Sammie.
There you go. Do what you do with.
And I'm shooting now.
Groovy. 'I was working with the graphic artist.
'We were trying to get our flyers out on the street'
and then sell from 12:00 to 2:00.
All right, we need 200 flyers by 11 and the other ones by 11:30.
Well, I sure do need that hat.
Why do you need the hat, for the picture?
Yeah. So we can print these flyers.
Let me show you what I've learned in Hollywood.
Take one picture of you with that hat on.
Take another picture of me with that hat on. He puts them together with the computer.
'Well, the disadvantage that Trace and I had against Hydra was
'that there was one more person working there.'
I mean, with a task like this, absolutely another
pair of hands, feet, eyes, and ears
is going to be very, very beneficial.
You can't look like you're going to freakin' kill someone.
That, coupled with the fact that you have an icon
like Lennox Lewis helping you sell your sandwiches doesn't hurt.
I'm hoping that a good guy and a good old boy
can pull through and hang on. But we'll see. We'll see.
You never know.
We're going to do prime rib, mozzarella, grilled onions, and chipotle dressing.
-And what's the name?
We're going to sell billions.
-How you doing?
-I'm doing fine. How are you, Daryl?
-I'm good. I'm good.
-Good. You coming to check up on me?
-I'm coming to check up on you.
We call it the Cowboy Club?
-The Prime Rib Cowboy Club.
-What charity is your charity?
-My charity is the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network.
My six-year-old-daughter has severe food allergies,
and it's a charity that's, it's very personal for me.
'I have a six year-old-daughter, Brianna.'
She is the reason that I'm doing this.
Along with the 12 million other people in this country
that are affected by food allergies.
-We're trying to make a difference.
-Hats off to you.
Thanks for coming by. Thank you, Daryl.
You a boxing fan?
-You know Lennox Lewis?
I've seen you before. But I'm not...
You're not a boxing fan? OK.
'This task, we couldn't use our Rolodex.
'We basically had to get out there'
in the public and pound the pavement, try and drum up business.
We're too early for this. We need to catch them at lunch time.
This spreads the word.
What are you going to do, sit on your big arse in there?
What else can you zing out quickly?
Well, can you even get them over here afternoon? Does that matter?
If we have a quiet moment, we can stick them up anyway?
'I have been dealing with the flyers, it's an important thing.
'Because we need to capture the 3rd Avenue traffic.'
The printer kept telling me he didn't know what time
they were going to be able to get them over here.
So, I was, like, "Well, you know that we needed them by 11 o'clock."
So, we ended up with a problem.
So, we've hit every obstacle that there is,
and we've looked for contingency plans for everything.
I want you guys to know what's happening.
I'm going back to calling people.
In other words, it has nothing to do with Carol, OK?
-No, she's looking after it, though.
'Carol keeps coming out with more and more updates
'on technological cock-ups, none of which appear to be anything to do with her.'
No flyers, no publicity,
nothing yet coming from Carol who's supposed to be charged with that.
I keep hearing excuses about machines.
What I don't hear is the solution.
My message to Carol is, you will get found out.
Mr Trump didn't get where he is today
by falling at the knees of women
who flutter their eyelids and say, "It was the men's fault."
I need to find out where the flyers are, mate.
-Are they on their way?
-They're on their way.
How long before the flyers get here?
It depends on traffic, which is why whenever you ask me
when they're supposed to arrive, it's a traffic kind of thing.
She's come out and said, "Although I've been cocking it up,
"and I haven't got the pictures, it's not my fault. It's everybody else's fault."
By the time it's boardroom, it's you or me that's got it..
She's a piece of work.
Oh, I can see the ambition floating out of her eyes.
Oh, she wants it now.
'The task this week was to create a sandwich,'
your own creation, and then sell it at Quiznos.
I'm glad we did this instead of waiting on that other stuff.
Come on, bro. Hand them out.
Cowboy Club here! Get your Cowboy Club!
Trace and I realised that to get people's attention on the street...
Cowboy Club. Cowboy Club.
'..we had to hand them something to describe what we were doing.'
Thanks. Come get a sandwich today. Special deal on the sandwich.
Trace decided three blocks down there was a printer
and we were able to go down there and just get some earlier flyers made up.
That was very helpful in getting a good start.
I got this covered.
Get your Quiznos here!
Come on! Take it! Here's my guy.
What's up, bro?
He thinks I'm crazy. I am crazy...for Jesus. What's up?
we need the flyers.
We need to find out exactly where the flyers are.
Let me see if Steve can call the messenger.
-Oh, here he is.
-Oh, there he is.
'We had a very, very small amount of time to get flyers out.
'It would have been nice to get them out earlier, but the flyers'
were the most potent force we had. Getting people from down the street to come down was the key thing.
-Joe says it's the best corner.
-OK, great. Let's go.
Meet the champ, everyone. Meet the champ.
-You don't know what it is! No, thanks?
Excuse me? How are you? You don't know what it is yet. It's great.
They're sort of wonderfully rude in New York.
-They're not even quite rude.
-Everybody's in a rush.
'I went to the corner of Third Avenue, where it was a high density of people of all types.'
I'm exposing myself to ritual humiliation and abuse, but I get off on that. It's fine.
New Yorkers, come and meet the champ, Lennox Lewis, right now.
-Lennox Lewis is selling charity sandwiches.
Buy one for two bucks and help a charity.
Want to meet Lennox Lewis? No?
Meet the champ. Why not? Put a smile on your miserable faces.
-I'll tell you what, what about saying hello?
Ladies, you like Lennox Lewis? No, nor do I.
Lennox Lewis is the World Heavyweight... Oh, God!
I'm never, ever talking about Lennox Lewis again in my entire life.
How's it going?
How you doing, sir?
We got this 2 prime rib sandwich. It's really good. It's for charity.
'My performance today will be a determining factor'
as to whether or not I stay here for the whole thing.
'I'm going to give it 100%.'
-2 prime rib sandwich inside.
-Oh, thank you.
'I'd love to win this task.'
Take this inside and let Baldwin sign it for you.
Buy a sandwich from him. Go harass Baldwin.
Know who this guy is? Trace Adkins.
There is no competition now.
-I just saw you in concert in February!
-Did you? Where?
'When you got a guy like Trace Adkins who's surprising everybody
'with brilliant, creative ideas, you put a little Stevie B cherry on top of that'
and it's yummy, dude. I'm telling you.
-You came in for a Champ Sandwich, didn't you?
-Sure. I'll try it.
Lennox Lewis is in the house. You can't not, in front of the champ, buy his sandwich.
You're going to do the Champ Sandwich. How many?
Two of them without cheese.
-And there it is, nice and hot.
-What's up, bro? Buy a sandwich.
-Buy a sandwich?
-From here? Sure.
'During the task, what I did was basically do what I do best -
'act like myself, sign autographs, and try and drum up business,'
Tell people to come in and buy a sandwich from me.
-Are you guys going to buy a sandwich off me?
-I'll go in.
-Come on, then.
-Don't forget to get MY sandwich.
I'll take a picture with you, everything.
'I'm the ultimate marketing machine.
All you have to do is have a product, put my face on it, and make me smile.
-Going to buy a sandwich?
-I'll buy it for you.
-How you doing?
-Hi, Lennox. How are you?
-Good to see you.
-I heard you're project manager.
Piers is at the corner doing what he does best - talking to people, drumming up business.
-Just talking generally?
Lennox Lewis is down there... No? No. OK.
Lennox Lewis is selling sandwiches. Want to meet him?
-OK. I might've said Lennox Lewis would come to your house, but anyway...
Help me. I'm a poor, impoverished Brit.
So what's your sandwich?
My sandwich is a turkey sandwich with cheddar cheese.
'Lennox is leveraging his celebrity. It's hard to argue with the logic'
of doing that because he is who he is and he does draw a crowd.
-Ivanka, that's for you.
-Who wants this first? Somebody who's...
-OK, thank you.
-You're very welcome.
'I tasted the sandwich and I thought it was very good.'
It's turkey and cheddar. They're not reinventing the wheel.
-Ivanka, do we like it?
I told him it was worth the wait.
'Hydra may have a win. We'll see.'
Few hours left.
Step right up for your Cowboy Clubs.
Want to try the Cowboy Club Sandwich, bro?
-2 for a prime...
-Is this your sandwich?
-You got to try one. It's delicious.
-I'll try one.
-There you go.
You got to go Cowboy, fellas. 2 prime rib.
-Could I get two of those?
-Two more Cowboys coming in. Yee-ha!
We got some office folks buying 25 Cowboy Clubs.
You guys rock. Thank you.
It's all for a good cause. We're selling them out.
Loving it. Loving it.
Well, we ran out of Cowboy Clubs.
The one gal behind the counter said,
"I got to make more sandwiches." I said, "Let's go!"
We got a late rush on the Cowboys. My guys ate all the sandwiches. I love it.
All right, what am I doing here? Onion. Got to do onion.
We got a great sandwich. We got the Cowboy Club.
I don't want to break the cheese up.
We got a bunch here ready.
I believe we can sell more sandwiches than those guys.
Woo! I want one.
Best sandwich on the planet.
Meet the champ, guys, Lennox Lewis. Here for ten more minutes.
Ten more minutes to meet the champion of the world.
Meet Lennox Lewis, champion of the world.
A Champ Sammie and you get to meet him.
I never want to say "the champion of the world" again in my entire life.
This is the best marketing tool, literally, I have ever seen.
Short of getting the Pope and Nelson Mandela, finding Elvis Presley,
or putting them all together on a horse,
I can't think of a way of getting better crowds than him.
Everywhere we go. I mean, look. It's been packed ever since we started
cos they all go, "Lennox Lewis?"
Like, "Come in and Lennox Lewis will murder you with his bare hands."
Come and meet Lennox Lewis, champion of the world.
Last ten minutes.
All right, all my Quiznos cowboys, we got about three minutes left.
How many did you order?
And that's it. When he gets his two, we're done.
Unless she wants one. She may be our last cowboy.
-One or two?
It's got to be in her hands in less than two minutes.
Couldn't work with a nicer guy. Trace is incredible.
Get this sandwich. It's a charity thing and it's a great sandwich too.
We did our best. I think we did well.
I'll be surprised if what we've done here doesn't take us over the top.
Got two coming through the oven, then we're done.
Yeah, way to go, guys!
Very good! Very good! You guys rock.
Way to go. Way to go.
Lennox, my project manager, do you think you won?
I think it looks pretty good.
-You feel good about it?
-I feel good.
-What was your sandwich?
Sandwich was a Champ Sandwich.
-Champ Sandwich named after the champ.
-Named after the champ.
Carol, how did you find Lennox as a project manager?
I actually liked Lennox as a project manager.
When he needed to make a decision, he made it.
-How did you like working with Piers?
-I love it.
-I find him brilliant.
-Sharp minds attract, Mr Trump.
We're all pretty quick and know what we're doing.
You've done a good job? We'll soon find out.
So, Trace, how did you do?
I don't see how we could have done any better.
We worked as hard as we possibly could.
We started working the streets a good hour before we started selling anything.
-What was your sandwich?
-The Prime Rib Cowboy Club.
-Did Stephen do a good job?
-Stephen did great, yeah. He sure did.
We hit the ground running this morning.
He stayed busy all day, as he always does.
Daryl, you were following. What did you think of the way they performed as a team?
I think they were a good team. It was a little bit of Yin and Yang.
I would say Trace was respectful and gracious with people on the street and in the store.
Stephen had that great New York energy that was, you know,
the hustle. I think they worked well together.
Ivanka, do you have any observations about the team that you followed?
I thought it was very interesting.
I think now we're down to a place where everyone here is strong.
I enjoyed watching you because you each had a sense of place and a sense of purpose.
I think, at the end of the day, you all really did a great job.
-OK. Let's see what happened.
How many sandwiches did Lennox and his team sell?
-Hydra sold 313 sandwiches.
And Daryl, Empresario. How many sandwiches?
Hydra, you win. Empresario, again you lose.
Lennox, what do you have to say? Are you proud?
Very proud. I'm glad that we won.
-I'm very happy. It was a team effort.
You've been picking up a lot of money for your charity.
-The charity, again, is our favourite guy, right?
-Yes, Muhammad Ali Center.
-I'm giving you 20,000 for charity.
You really did a great job.
Lennox, great project manager. Congratulations.
Piers, you're doing very well, so get out of here. Go.
Do not do Hydra without me.
One, two, three, Hydra!
That team has been tough. They've been tough. They just keep winning.
I hate to say it but Stephen, Trace, one of you is about to be fired.
-Gentlemen, our spread.
'When I found I was a member of the final four, I felt vindicated.'
I was the only woman standing.
I had beaten out,
you know, very, very bright businesswomen,
'successful businesswomen. And I had beaten out some very, very successful men.'
To Piers. To Team Hydra.
Trace, how do you feel?
We did everything we could possibly do. We hit the ground running.
Before we even got to our location,
we knew the name of our sandwich and how we were going to promote it.
We knew we were going to get flyers printed.
I know you did well, but you lost.
-Would you blame Stephen or yourself? Somebody's to blame.
You know what? I made every call today. I called every shot.
I said, "We're doing this, this, this." I laid it out straight down the line.
-Stephen didn't make any decisions.
-Was that a problem?
Did you say, "I'm making the call because I'm a project manager"?
Do you think he didn't step up to hedge against a loss?
I don't think was anything else he could have done.
Can you think of anything else?
No, I just think that, you know, we've done this a lot already in the last few weeks,
-and Trace and I run pretty smooth. We're kind of similar.
-You get along pretty well?
We're similar in the way we think and once he wanted to be PM...
Maybe you get along so well you lost the competitive edge?
No. No, I think Trace... I mean, listen.
I'm not going to do what most people might do.
Trace was terrific. We gave it our all.
I think perhaps just being a person down may have been the thing that made a difference.
Do you think Piers is just a great competitor?
He just seems to win all the time.
He does win a lot, whether you like him or not.
They did have one extra person.
Well, they had the heavyweight champion of the world.
God. It makes me sick.
These eulogies have to come out to all of you.
-I'd say Lennox is a lazy sod and you're lucky Piers does all the work for you.
-Oh, come on.
Stephen, you started off very strong and the last few weeks you haven't been quite on your game
or you changed your personality quite a bit. What happened?
Well, it wasn't really either of those things, honestly, from my perspective.
I just think that once you're that high on a winning streak
and then you get connected to something that's a sinking ship,
-then you try to repair it.
-It's been a sinking ship?
-Empresario was a...disease.
-You know? I mean, it's tough to live with.
-It's not a mantra you want to try to compete under.
-Not a great name either?
-You didn't pick that name?
-You got sort of put there, right?
-And I hate the name.
-I do too.
Boy, I hate that name. Ivanka, go ahead.
Do you think that the loss may be a result of the choice of sandwich?
They seemed to choose something a little bit more generic,
maybe boring, but maybe to me more saleable.
You chose something very specific.
It sounds delicious. Quite frankly, I'd prefer your sandwich to theirs.
But I could see how women, children, et cetera,
may enjoy Hydra's sandwich.
I don't believe I heard anybody all day
say they weren't coming in because they looked at it and said,
"I don't believe I would like that sandwich." I never heard that.
The ones that were interested and could be compelled to come inside, came inside.
-Did a lot of people know who you were?
-Not a lot.
A few people that came by today who recognised me.
In certain parts of the country you're the biggest star.
If we'd have had this contest in Nashville,
there wouldn't even be anybody left here but me tonight. So...
You are in foreign territory, and I think you're fantastic.
OK, Trace, if you're me, who would you fire - you or Stephen?
Well, like I said, the onus is on me completely today.
He did what I told him to. I called the shots.
I... did everything, you know?
Trace, then going forward, out of the context of this task,
who is stronger and able to raise the most money
for their charity in the task to come?
Me. I mean, I'm just being straight up.
I've been working with Stephen for a good while now.
I haven't seen him bring in any money. And it ain't his fault.
That's just how it is.
I think they should take it over the last two challenges.
Because Stephen Baldwin raised no money at all in the art challenge.
That led to Empresario being devastated.
He put Trace at a massive disadvantage.
Stephen, if you were me, who would you fire?
And you better say it, cos you're in trouble, but who would you fire?
Well, I think, within the context of how the game is played,
the responsibility in a situation like this
would fall upon the project manager.
I think I would concur with that. I think the only caveat being
that I have consistently seen Trace raise more money
in these tasks than you, Stephen.
That's what gives me pause.
Otherwise it would be more cut and dry.
But we're getting to the final, so...
Give me a couple of minutes. I want to think about it.
I want to discuss it with Darryl and Ivanka. Please step out.
I'd rather have Trace in my team. I'd prefer him around.
-Trace is smart.
-Stephen is more buzzy and creative.
I just found him quite annoying.
I think they like you more than me.
That's got nothing to do with it, you know that.
Who knows what's going to happen right now, my friend?
-So, Darryl, what do you think?
-I think they're both gentlemen.
I think they did a good job. They were at a disadvantage.
-It's a tough call.
-I like them both.
I've been more impressed with Trace than with Stephen.
You've been very impressed with Trace from the beginning.
I have to say, Baldwin, you may be one of the most nervous
human beings I've ever met in my life.
-I ain't nervous.
-Can you sit down, ever?
I've got ants in my pants.
You got crabs or something.
No, no, those days are over.
< Annette, let them in.
Sit down, fellas.
I have to say that...
I love you guys, I love the work you do,
I like the manner in which you present yourselves.
I think you were pretty even on this task.
I think you actually both did a good job on the task.
And you had two people as opposed to three, and that's a big difference.
And you didn't quite have...
As you say, in Nashville, you blow everyone away,
but it's a little hard for country in New York.
And they had Lennox Lewis, so that's a big thing.
Let me ask you this.
How many decisions did you make today, Stephen?
I think I chimed in and made suggestions in support
or to help Trace.
Don't you have to do more than chime in,
when you're fighting for your lives?
And you're fighting three people and they're all stars,
but the one guy is a monster.
There's no question about it. He's a monster star.
Well, Mr Trump, Trace made great decisions today.
-He picked the name...
-I think he made great decisions.
If there is something about today that I didn't agree with,
I would've put it forth.
And ultimately, he would have made the final decision.
And that's all I could really do in the situation.
Who wants this more?
Well, Mr Trump, I'm here to play.
My six-year-old little girl has severe food allergies.
I have a food allergy.
It's a constant vigil that my wife and I live in every day.
And, you know...
You're doing this more for your daughter than...
That's the only reason I'm here.
The only reason that I've shown the restraint that I have
is because I'm not here representing myself.
You know what I like about Trace?
I like the fact that he doesn't talk much,
but when he does talk, it's something special.
You know, it's like, I can't say he speaks softly,
cos he speaks with that voice, but in a sense, he speaks softly.
But he does carry something very unique. Don't you agree with that?
Last week, he and I were sitting alone,
and it may have been a prediction or a foreshadowing,
but we said, if it comes down to the two of us,
we made an agreement, which we would have done anyway, which was,
I'm not going to do anything that's not righteous towards you and vice-versa. So...
It's a very interesting situation.
And you think Trace is a terrific guy?
Yes, I do. Without question.
Because he was a very good leader, and everyone respects him.
-And everyone respects you. And I respect you.
And I respect you much more after all of these weeks
-than I ever did before.
-I appreciate that.
It's a very tough deal. It's a very, very tough situation.
Ivanka, if you were me, who would you fire?
I would fire Stephen, purely because
I think that going into the next task,
Trace has an ability to generate more money for charity,
and that's ultimately why everyone's here.
And that track record's been proven.
Did Stephen raise money over the last number of weeks, Trace?
You know what? I can't recall.
-And you raised quite a bit.
-I've raised as much as I could.
You raised more than anybody on your teams
as you went along over the last number of weeks.
That's a hard one to overcome, isn't it, Stephen?
In life, you have to rely on the past.
And that's called history.
You really didn't raise money over the last number of weeks,
and he raised generally more than anybody else on the teams.
Stephen, we're getting to the end of this process, and you've done a great job.
But moving forward, I just feel that Trace has more to offer.
Stephen, you're fired.
-Go ahead. And good job, both of you.
-Thank you, sir.
-Thank you very much.
-Thank you, Stephen.
Thank you. I really appreciate everything.
Well, thank you, Stephen. That's a tough deal.
I got your number, you know?
-You got mine?
I got yours. I'll call you.
I don't think I really had as much of the cut-throat,
killer instincts that you need in order to succeed.
It wasn't about that.
It was just have fun, do the best I can,
and make the most money I can for my mom's organisation.
-Who's coming in?
-Bring the cowboy back.
-Hey, big man!
Hey, mate, really pleased for you.
We were just saying we hoped it was you.
-I know it was difficult.
-We're very happy to see you.
-So happy to see you.
You too, darling.
'I was expecting to get fired after the Quiznos thing.'
I went in fully intending to take that bullet.
We all wanted to see you.
Well, nobody's more surprised that I'm here than me.
-Dude, you're a likeable guy. Who hates you?
'I knew that I had made it to the final four.
'If I got fired next, hey, you know,'
I outlasted ten other people.
-That's great. Trace, congratulations.
-You're for real.
Annette, I want to see the final four back in here right now.
Yes, Mr Trump.
Who the hell is that?
-Mr Trump wants to see all four of you in the boardroom now.
-Thank you very much. We're on our way to the boardroom.
-We thought we were done for the day.
-Come on, big man.
I just left.
'We saddled up and went back in there to see what was happening.'
Tough competition, smart people,
hundreds of thousands of dollars raised for charities.
You are the chosen four people.
Every one of you have done an amazing job.
So, I really congratulate you.
We have to remember, however,
there can only be one Celebrity Apprentice.
And we are going to continue this elimination process right now.
Before the night is over, two of you will be fired.
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