American version of the business-based reality series. Tensions flare as the celebrities are assigned to sell tickets to a Broadway show.
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Tonight on The Celebrity Apprentice...
I've issued a challenge to 14 of the world's most successful celebrities
to prove they have what it takes to make it big in my world.
14 celebrities, 14 egos
and more drama than even they can handle.
-Gone are their agents.
-Where's the producer?
-Gone are their assistants.
-Help me lock this up.
Step up, ladies and gentlemen.
This time, the battle is to raise money for their favourite charity.
-I present this cheque to you.
-Are you kidding? 50,000?
-Oh, my gosh.
And last week, after the women's two devastating defeats,
Mr Trump surprised them with a new leader.
Here's an option for you, Gene, you go to Empresario as the project manager.
-Can you do it?
This is your chance, Gene, you're going to be with women.
I must tell you, you're the devil.
Next, the teams were assigned a task for Kodak.
We want you to create an experience we can take worldwide.
Gene decided to skip the client meeting...
The army should not go to meet with an executive.
..sending Nely and Carol in his place.
-14.99 for one inkjet cartridge.
-I didn't even know you guys made a printer.
OK, the kiosks... I'm sorry, do you want to ask some questions?
Nely went in there and she did speak a lot.
Team Hydra was having even bigger problems.
All of our art work was lost.
All you've done is wreck the entire project.
-Is that what you're going to tell Mr Trump?
-Just calm down.
-But despite a disaster...
-Pulled it out of the bag. It's a knockout.
Tito Ortiz led the men to their third straight win.
I congratulate all of you.
And Nely came under heavy fire.
You were at the meeting with the executives.
They did not like you spoke so much and wouldn't listen.
Even with the addition of Gene, Empresario lost for the third time in a row.
My friend, Gene, two people - you'll bring them back to the boardroom.
Gene took Nely out of the firing line.
-He's just committed suicide!
-He's in trouble.
I could see if you brought back Nely, but you brought two people
that I practically told you not to bring back.
What the hell do I do? I have no choice.
Gene, you're fired.
-Nely, if you'd been in the board room now. He wanted to fire you.
-I know that.
-You were going!
-He might punish Gene for not bringing you back.
-He fired both of them.
-He fired both.
He fired both of them?
Gene's gone. Gene's gone, baby.
Gene saved Nely and killed himself.
'Gene got fired and took a bullet for me.'
I had no idea he respected me that much.
Frankly... Maybe Donald Trump doesn't like me, but Gene Simmons certainly does.
-You're kidding me.
'I was quite relieved Gene went for one reason - I'm in this to win.'
Winning is not everything. It's the only thing.
Otherwise, why be here?
This confused me - why did he pick you? What did you do wrong?
I mean, how can I compete with these business women? But I will.
We have to win. Our backs are against the wall. We're 0-3.
I can't remember ever losing three times in a row.
'We cannot lose another team-mate.'
# Money, money, money, money
# Money, money, money, money
# Some people got to have it
# Yeah, yeah!
# Some people really need it, listen to me, yo
# Do things, do things, do things, bad things with it
# Dollar bills, y'all, come on
# Bad things
# Mean green
# All mighty dime
# You know that money
# Give me a nickel
# Brother can you spare a dime?
# Money can drive some people out of their minds
# No good, no good, money!
# Money, money, money, money
# Money. #
Even though I'm working as hard as I can with The Apprentice,
I still get time to get in the gym as much as possible.
The organisation I'm playing for is St Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
There's people coming down from St Jude.
Hopefully the donation I give them puts a smile on their face.
There's a lot of families out there who have kids who are sick
and they need medical attention, medical help.
That's what St Jude's Children's Research Hospital is about.
-This is Elizabeth.
-Hi, how are you?
-Nice to meet you.
'Elizabeth suffers from what is known as brittle bone disease.
'Up to the age of one, if you touched her, a bone would break.'
They said she'd only live to maybe see three. Now she's nine years old.
Thanks to St Jude, it's nice to see her walking around.
'It's good to see she had a big smile on her face.'
This is a cheque from Celebrity Apprentice to St Jude.
And this is for you.
-She's got a little picture for you to say thank you.
That is so cute.
Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
Honestly. That is very cute.
Just for that instant when she handed me the drawing she gave me,
it put a big smile on my face, knowing I made her very happy.
That means the world to me. That's why I'm working so hard on Apprentice.
On my left is a great friend of mine,
the finest promoter I've ever known, Vince McMahon.
We did Wrestlemania together. The loser got his head shaved.
..Vince had his head shaved.
I couldn't let that happen. This is a great character.
I can see already he's looking at Tito and looking at Lennox.
He wants to set something up because that's his natural inclination.
On my right is Ivanka. They will be my eyes and ears.
Now, you are going to be selling tickets to eight very successful Broadway plays.
Each team will have their project manager
and one other person negotiate four of the eight plays they get to sell.
The team that makes the most money wins.
Vinnie, weren't you on Broadway?
I'm going to be in Chicago.
What does that mean? You're going to be in Chicago, the play?
I'm going to play Chicago.
I thought you meant you're leaving for Chicago. I thought, "What's going on?"
-Hydra, who is your project manager?
Are you cool with that?
-I do know about Broadway.
-It seems natural, Vinnie.
Empresario, who is your project manager?
-Our Broadway star.
-Marilu, you've been on Broadway.
A portion of money will go to Broadway's favourite charity,
The Fund For Public Schools.
The rest will go to the charity of the winning project manager.
'We lost three in a row, unheard of on The Apprentice.'
This win is so important to us. It's beyond big for me.
You have only two hours to sell tickets.
We'll see you tonight in the boardroom. Somebody will be fired.
Since I'm going to be the project manager of this Broadway task,
-I want Omarosa to be the negotiator. I think she'll be strong.
Is there any way to find out who makes the most proceeds on Broadway out of these shows?
'This is so up my alley.
'I feel really confident. I know how this works on Broadway.'
I better concentrate on four shows I have connections with
the producers and I could get other star power to help me.
If you were responsible for selling tickets, which of the eight shows would you take?
What better project manager than Marilu? It's her element.
'We're excited and thrilled to have her on our side, leading this task.'
What I would like to do first is have Piers read us the rules.
-Can I ask one question?
-Here's my slow down to go fast...
-Speeches are wasting time, right?
If you start speaking over everyone later...
-Coming from you, that's the most...
-I would like to hear the rules.
Can I have another copy of the rules, please?
I thought you wanted to calm down.
He wants his own copy. Let him have his own copy.
-We're not fighting.
-I'm not the problem.
Every day is like an ego trip.
Everyone's egos explode at the same time.
-That's another one of your problems.
-Wait! My lack of patience?
-Tito, tell him to stop it.
I won't be a bouncer in this thing.
'I just let them go at it.'
Just let them beat the hell out of each other.
-I'm giving up.
-You give up!
-Let's learn from Gene. Let's use our black book.
'Mr Trump gave us a task.'
We had to raise money by selling Broadway tickets.
'But first we had to go in and negotiate our top four picks.'
These would be our top four choices.
Anybody have a feeling for this?
-Those are our top four.
-OK. Let's start negotiating.
At 9:30, the negotiator goes into a room and negotiates the shows.
-I'd like to do it.
-You want to do it?
Stephen is better employed being in here
hitting high-roller contacts that he has to get money.
I know and Vinnie knows what shows are the most successful,
that people know about, et cetera, et cetera.
I believe what Piers is saying.
We need to get on the phone and call our rich friends.
Right. OK. I'm taking Lennox Lewis in with me.
Oh, my gosh.
You know what's so great about today's task?
We're doing something we all love because we're all in show business.
You're a negotiator?
-She's my negotiator.
-You're the boss today.
-I'm the boss, baby.
-Me and you.
-I'm the boss, baby.
-Vinnie, the kumbaya's over.
Let's get down to business.
-Since we are gentlemen...
-..I'm going to say pick two plays.
-Pick two plays?
We'll take Spring Awakening and we'll take Hairspray.
I won't give you that.
We picked two shows and then he says, "Oh, no. We didn't mean that."
-I don't want to give you that.
-Vinnie, you don't understand.
According to your decision, we picked first.
-I said, "Pick two plays." I didn't say I'd give you them.
-It's not negotiable.
Wait a second. I'm happy. I love you.
Negotiation was like playing Monopoly with three-year-olds. It was like Romper Room.
-Pick two. We'll be out of here in five minutes.
Negotiation is not rapid fire.
It's a slow progression. You'll learn something from me.
'There's a lot of little bratty things about Omarosa,'
but if you give her a task, she'll see to it that it's done.
Look how fast I did what I did.
What is the deliberation?
What's taking so long?
They're so slow. You know what?
-Know why I fight with my girl?
-OK. We'll pick.
-..takes so long to put her make-up on.
-It has to end.
OK, thanks, guys. We're happy.
-See you later.
-Vincent, I've never seen you move so fast.
This is going to be fun, beating you.
We have Spring Awakening, Hairspray, Curtains and Avenue Q.
-I got that shows I wanted.
I knew that Spring Awakening was by far the hottest show.
I definitely wanted Curtains and Hairspray as well.
I'm going to start calling the world here.
I have a major black book like Gene has a major black book.
And in fact, maybe my black book is even better,
because I live in the world of Latinos.
'In the world of successful women.'
I have no shame about calling anybody. Gene did that for us.
'It made me realise how much sometimes women were almost a little shy to call people and bother them.'
I'm very careful about using my Trump cards, as I always say.
But I'm going to use every Trump card I have on the planet Earth.
I thought Cushman might want to buy some tickets. Thank you.
I got 7,500 from a real estate company, Cushman and Wakefield.
I'm a star.
Stephen, listen to me. Hit those phones.
Sell those tickets at the highest possible amount you can.
-You can't rely on just one aspect of the victory.
You have to be able to sell tickets.
'The task was so time-sensitive. We didn't have time to make calls.'
We can make all the plans we want
for rich individuals to come and buy tickets for high dollars,
but for me, you've got to sell tickets. That's the bottom line.
If you are now going to deliberately not hit your high rollers for the money
as some form of proving me wrong, you are a shallow little man.
-What does that mean?
-Remember that word.
-What does it mean? You're putting the blame on me?
-One word. That's your new name.
-Happy to take it, mate.
-When you're full of it and spew that stuff out,
it'll come back and hit you in the face.
-Happy to take. Happy to take.
'I think he's trying to keep everybody off balance'
to become the Apprentice. That's what I want him to know.
I'm just as smart as he is. I'm not smarter. I'm just as smart.
-I see right through you.
-You see right through me?
-I see right through me?
Those two guys are like two bitches, man.
That's why I'd like to split this team up.
-Is there any way he could call in the next...
-We have to leave in five minutes.
The task was to simply sell tickets to Broadway shows
in the Times Square area.
Vinnie, Trace and Lennox just went over to go to the location
and get the ground rolling at the location.
He can call me any time in the next 15 minutes.
'Tito, Stephen and I stayed in and made some good calls'
to big players in New York who'd give us big money.
Richard, how are you?
'I'm extremely good, thank you.'
I was very pleased that I had a British contact in New York,
Richard Branson, head of Virgin.
I have to start selling tickets to four Broadway shows
and every dollar we raise will go to charity.
Thank you, Richard. Bye-bye.
Ha, ha, ha!
You and I have to do a Broadway show some day, Piers.
Mate, we'd be good together. It's creative tension.
The thing I like about you, we can say the most disgusting things to each other
and it never seems to really matter.
I actually looked you in the eye and called you a shallow little man earlier!
If you want me to bring money, get me a phone.
I don't know an incredible amount of wealthy people.
But I know a few.
I want to call to see if I can get some people to come down and bring some money.
-Do you have any idea where we're going?
I love Trace. He'll complain, be a little grumpy.
He's not used to this element, he's from Tennessee.
I don't know where we're going.
'We walk together in the streets of New York.'
I feel like rats on Rizzo sometimes and I'm with the Midnight Cowboy.
Are you going to go see a play tonight?
Got your tickets already? Goodbye.
We're on the corner of 42nd street and 7th avenue.
Is this our booth? Yeah, this is our booth.
'We have to sell Broadway tickets in a few hours.'
That's in and out, brother. Let's see if we
come through in that short time period.
-There it is. Let's go.
It's very exciting because I'm back on Broadway,
after being here six times.
I got in touch with all the producers from the shows,
and they brought us merchandising.
We got some volunteers from the different shows.
We set up our booths with posters and hats and things like that.
Broadway show tickets, the hottest shows on Broadway.
-What show are you interested in?
-Curtains or Hairspray?
Two for Curtains. Here's two more tickets.
These are very big donors from Cushman-Wakefield, they're in real estate.
How much can you give me?
I called Cushman And Wakefield. They really came through for me.
I hope we're going to beat the guys. I can't take another loss.
I feel like Donald Trump thinks I'm a loser.
I refuse to leave the show without proving that I'm a frickin' star!
OK, everyone! David Hyde Pierce!
David Hyde Pierce is the Tony award-winning star of Curtains.
He's an old friend from the Cheers and Taxi days.
I decided to call in a favour and ask him to come down.
50 a ticket and anything else you'd like to donate.
My job was take in the cash and do the tickets.
They were jobs that nobody wanted.
Jenny stepped in because Jenny, just like me,
has been taking the garbage jobs that nobody else wants.
In my world, you have a boss
and you have your soldiers. And I like that format.
Let's get organised. Tito, you got all the money?
Not that like I like the mafia. I'm saying it works.
Badda bing, badda boom. I said, "We'll get the megaphone."
-Lennox Lewis, former heavyweight champion of the world.
They're all under this tent.
I said to Piers, "If I can get you an outfit
"and you walk around looking like King Arthur from Spamalot, will you do it?"
Ladies and gentlemen, Mr King Arthur!
OK. Ladies, do you like musicals?
Do you like musicals? Lost the power of speech?
Hello there. Do you like musicals?
No, you don't either. Anyone here able to speak at all?
What I loved most, the New Yorkers who went by,
looked me in the eye, looked vaguely repulsed and walked off.
That's New York, bloody rude.
You don't want to give any money to charity? I understand. Heartless bastards.
-Hey, how are you?
-I'm with Pier Morgan!
-Nice to see you dressed up in your stuff.
-Thank you very much.
-I'm Piers, nice to see you.
-Hi, how are you?
Is he closing you? Is he closing you?
It would help me if you bought some tickets now.
Spamalot? Come forward. Thank you. It's a deal.
Ivanka? High five, baby!
I decided to put it out for Ivanka Trump
and give it the full James Bond charm offensive.
I think she found me oddly attractive in that chain mail.
Where they gone? Come back here!
Step right up, ladies and gentlemen. We have celebrities
under this tent, selling tickets to Broadway musicals for charity.
I'm with EMI...
I called a lady that I met a couple weeks ago in Nashville.
She works for EMI.
-So we've actually brought over a cheque for 5,000.
She's a sweetheart. She ran on down here and brought us a cheque.
What do you want us to give you for 5,000?
Two tickets for Spamalaot. Oh, that was a loaded question. Yeah.
-Thank you, love. I appreciate it.
-Anything we can do.
Come on, free, let's go, whoa-oh. One at a time!
-Where are you guys from?
Do you understand anything I'm saying to you? Very...?
A little bit?
Do you want to see a Broadway play?
What we have here is a failure to communicate.
I've approached a lot of people that don't speak English.
OK. Go over there and give those people all the money you have.
Just go dump your purse out over there. OK?
The British are coming. King Camelot.
You're embarrassing yourself.
I know, all right? I know I'm embarrassing myself.
I am pretty famous in England,
so every two seconds a Brit would stop me, going, "Oh, my God.
"It's Piers Morgan! What are you doing here?"
So I was able to play my native card and persuade them to buy tickets.
More English people want to help us! It's all about England today!
50 Broadway tickets!
Jennie, do you need me to help you?
Jennie has been vulnerable from day one.
Everyone sees her as just a sweet girl.
Not as a leader.
-Do you want to figure it out and come back? OK.
-You have enough tickets?
-Yes. Thank you.
I think the hardest thing for me in this task was being in the tent -
again not being able to use my assets and show any leadership skills.
I'm stuck in this booth. I'm hidden once again in a task.
As soon as I saw Vince McMahon, my first thought was, "He's cute!"
My second was "Oh, my gosh - he's here to see us." He was getting a sense of where we were.
So how are you attracting people in, to sell tickets?
I have not moved from this spot for the last half hour.
Well, I may have done this. And then that.
What if we had you on a nice stand somehow,
two or three feet up in the air?
You could do that.
David should be up on a pedestal,
where everyone would be attracted to him.
I feel like the women are doing more order-taking
and again not necessarily attracting
the audience they need to attract to sell more tickets.
I called all my friends and I've gotten big, big chunks of money
from foundations, from friends.
How much can you give me?
I'm getting in big ticket items.
Broadway shows for charity!
We're catching people on their way
and the shows that sold the most Tickets are Spring Awakening and Avenue Q.
Spring Awakening tickets!
I knew that Spring Awakening was,
by far of the eight shows, the hottest show.
That was a great show to be selling.
They're here for my friend, who's in charge of philanthropy.
This Latina girl, who I've grown up with,
handles billions in philanthropic money,
and she just sent two assistants.
Can we get a cashier's cheque?
I sent them off to go get a cashier's cheque.
Please, do whatever it takes, baby.
We've got a problem. I'm in New York. I spoke to Richard
and they've pledged some money,
which two Virgin stewardesses would turn up with...
Richard Branson rang me earlier and promised me 10,000 from Virgin
but with minutes to go, the cheque hasn't shown up.
-So this is the representative from Virgin.
-The girls are coming with the cheque.
-They've got eight minutes to get here.
How far are you exactly?
They're on 42nd and 3rd.
The transaction must be made before the deadline or it doesn't count.
They're on 42nd and 3rd Avenue?!
No. What did you say? 42nd and 43rd, did you?
42nd and 3rd.
-They're on 42nd and 3rd?
OK, they got to hurry up.
I know. They're very close. They're really close.
Where are they?
I just sent my friends to go get a cashier's cheque.
Where are they?
They got two minutes. Two minutes.
-Virgin girls, here.
Come this way...
This time, the deal was tough.
The Virgin Atlantic people today almost didn't show up.
They just barely made it.
From Richard Branson. 10,000.
Thank you, ladies. You look lovely.
It was close.
We were minutes away from being 10,000 less than we thought.
That kind of thing makes all the difference.
We could have been selling tickets all day long and not had a 10,000 moment.
That was a close one. Your tickets, ladies.
Get in the cab! Tell the cab to hurry up! Hurry up!
I need money. Just get your butts over here!
Where are my Latinas?
So, Marilu, you think your team finally won, finally?
I think we won today.
-You really feel confident?
What show did you take number one?
I knew I wanted Spring Awakening number one.
-And how did that do?
-It did very well. Curtains I knew I wanted as well.
Vinnie, were you happy with your shows?
Yeah, in the end.
You don't seem to be as positive as Marilu about the possibility of victory.
You don't seem to be like, "I'm sure I won."
You're pretty sure you won?
I'm pretty sure we won.
Do you think you could have done better?
Are you reticent in saying
you think you won because you could have done better?
-Or you just don't know?
-I think that we probably did the best we could.
These guys were ticket sellers.
We had a barker - his name was Stephen Baldwin,
and Piers dressed up like a knight.
The reason they all enjoyed it so much was they made me look ridiculous,
which was fine.
The bright is the knight.
-I liked being King Arthur, but...
-They liked that, Piers.
Tito, what do you think? Who did the best job on your team?
-I would have to give it to Piers, by far.
He made some great phone calls
to get some guys to put in big dollar amounts.
-Who did you call?
Oh, good. Nice guy.
Yeah, I had a chat with him and he gave us a lot of money. So that was useful.
-Steven, what did you think?
-I think we did great, Mr Trump, across the board.
I think the only way we've lost, financially,
is if the girls raised more money.
We've sold more tickets, unequivocally.
Who was your Broadway celebrity, Marilu?
-We brought in David Hyde Pierce and other Curtains cast members.
-Did you use them right?
He was standing there. I introduced him to people in line getting Curtains tickets.
But he was wearing a baseball cap. He was pretty much hiding
and sort of at the back of the booth, and didn't have a megaphone like the other guys.
They were raising hell over there and you guys didn't seem to know how to use your celebrities.
So the big question now is the level of confidence in the men
seems to be not as good. So let's find out.
I will say this, fellas -
it's time for them to win. Do we agree?
-It's going to be very, very depressing if you lose again.
So, Vince, let me ask you the big question.
Empresario, how did they do?
Ivanka, how did Hydra do?
You know what? The tickets mattered.
-We sold a lot of tickets too.
Marilu, are you over-matched?
Well, we've already been over-matched in terms of star power,
size, and in terms of black book.
-You think in terms of star power...?
Star power played no part in this.
You were dressed up like a clown.
I wasn't dressed as a clown. It was King Arthur.
Let's get this absolutely straight. King Arthur was not a clown.
You just criticised my man Piers for dressing up like a knight,
walking Broadway, and called him a clown.
That's not star power. People didn't even know
who he was until they saw him. That's being a barker.
That's going out there and selling tickets.
It's like the old days when my father used to walk up and down with a sandwich board.
That's what he did and that's why he is our most valuable player.
He brought in the high-rollers,
and then he put on the sandwich board.
Why did you lose?
Two people got their two minutes after they closed us down.
So, it was over and all of a sudden you had money coming in and you couldn't count it.
-Who raised it?
-Why didn't you do it earlier?
I did. People got stuck in the rain and traffic.
-Mr Branson's cheque turned up with minutes left.
-That's good planning.
That's bad planning. You would have won.
Vinnie, let me just tell you, you're going to be happy.
We're giving 50,000 to your charity and the rest is going
to the Fund For Public Schools, which is another terrific charity.
Donald, my daughter's stepfather died a year ago, a great Jewish guy,
brought up my daughter, died from pancreatic cancer.
He was healthy as Lennox. When he was detected with cancer,
we lost him at three months.
The money that you're going to give me goes to the Lustgarten Foundation Pancreatic Cancer
in Mitchell Burke's name.
-Thank you very much.
-That's very nice. That's very nice.
-So, Marilu, too bad.
-Fellas, congratulations. Great job, as usual.
I can put on a tape recorder - "Great job, as usual. You really did well." Get out of here.
So long. Thank you. Good going, Vinnie.
-Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to announce...
-Stephen, come here, come here.
-You did it, bro.
-We did it, guys.
-Come here, brother.
-We just barely beat them.
One, two, three! HYDRA!
What's going on with you people? I'm a little embarrassed for the women.
This is four weeks. We're getting used to this.
We're going to fire somebody - that's the way it has to be.
We just barely beat 'em! 2,000!
-Who's watching our backs?
-So, Carol, what happened?
-I don't think anything happened. We came within 2,000 of the guys.
-Why do you think you lost?
-We pulled out all the stops.
Marilu, you were so close.
I know! I can't believe it. I'm sick to my stomach over this.
I think the biggest problem with this entire team is that people either
tend to take a back seat or they overpower.
It's not like how the guys seem to be, where everybody is 100% all the time
and feel they can all contribute as much as they can.
-And they are unbelievable.
-I know. They are powerhouses and all know who does what well.
Omarosa, do you think you're overmatched?
-I would love to hear you say you are.
-No, no, no. I would never say that.
A lot of the women have just discovered they are businesswomen.
-Why are the men so much better?
-You said something interesting - they are unbelievable.
As a team, they are unbelievable.
The guys will do anything. A knight going up and down... a clown suit, or what you guys said.
-They would do anything to win.
-Good job, guys.
How was Carol doing?
She was inside and she was the inside person.
-I was doing the credit cards.
-If it were me... I wouldn't have you inside. Outside, OK?
-Do you agree with him?
-Who put you inside? I became accountant and that meant I had to...
-You don't look like an accountant.
-As long as I did my job well and...
-Who put you in that position?
Carol flies below the radar, Mr Trump, and she has been for the last several weeks.
When she says "I was an accountant", she offered. It wasn't like, "Oh, I'll make you this."
No. I was sitting on the couch. Marilu passed the bag, it landed in my lap.
She flies under the radar.
If I looked as beautiful as she, I would be in front.
-Utilise the skills you have to close the deal.
-Do you agree, Jennie? You were nodding.
Do you think Carol flies below the radar?
I don't know. I know we have so much talent and we overthink things.
I think it's been our fault.
Omarosa, who should I fire?
It would be Carol. She is our weakest link.
-You think so?
-She's up and down. There's no consistency.
One week she's great, the next week she's down.
-You have to have consistent performance.
-I think Omarosa is very weak.
Within the group, she tries to make people feel insecure and at her level.
-You feel insecure by yourself.
-She attacks all the time.
Eleanor Roosevelt said, "No-one can make you feel inferior unless you allow them to do so."
I don't care. This is our group. She's eating it from the inside.
Our group should advance together -
look for each other's weaknesses and support them, so we don't get fired.
-You mean come to your level?
-The guys do it so well.
-You want me to come to your level?
-There are weaknesses and they exploit their strengths.
-Do you like Omarosa?
As a businesswoman, I have no respect for her at all.
The problem with our team is we have really great workers - assistants.
We don't have great leaders. That's why I'm always like,
we have good workers but they are not leaders.
Some leaders are used to being assisted and need those assistants.
Carol and I have consistently been in that assistant role.
That's true. The dynamic has worked that way.
-There is no room.
-There is a lot of big voices.
If we step up, there would be boom, boom, boom.
Nely, who should be fired?
Marilu. Marilu shouldn't have been,
in this case, the project manager because she's a celebrity
-and we should have been able to use her celebrity...
-She's been on Broadway.
She knows Broadway better than anybody else.
She should have been, probably. OK, Marilu.
-You're going to bring back two people.
Somebody is going to be fired. Somebody is going to go home.
Somebody is going to be very unhappy.
Who are the two people you're bringing back?
-I'm going to bring back Jennie and Carol.
-Jennie and Carol.
-She knows she needs Nely to win.
-Yeah - the next time!
Fascinating to see the dynamic, how it changes.
Nely stabbed her in the back, but she needs her.
She will need a drink after that one.
OK. So, Jennie, Carol, Marilu, you guys go outside.
See you back in a couple of minutes. Somebody will be fired.
-Totally not with us.
-No, but she smells fear and when she does, it gets worse.
She's a cancer. She's not somebody who works in a group.
We're supposed to support the group and she's eating us from the inside out.
We're allowing it - that's the worst part.
Vince, what do you think?
I think Jennie doesn't have the same competitive spirit and...
That she has on the mound, which is unbelievable.
She doesn't have the enthusiasm,
when everyone is competitive and is fighting for their life.
-She doesn't seem to be fighting very hard at all.
I think Marilu has to stay if this team has a chance,
of victory at any point in...
-You think she's very good.
-Well, I think she's their only shot.
She's smart and she comes up with the big ideas.
Without her, we can write off next week.
-OK. Annette, let them come in.
-Yes, Mr Trump. You can go on in now.
-Well, this is sad.
-It's very sad because this is an incredible group of women.
The problem is, because the group has so many different levels of people in terms of energy,
in terms of how they like to work and in terms for respect for one another,
it's difficult to find a cohesive way of working. You know I've worked every single task
-probably wearing too many hats - that's the problem.
-Why did you bring Carol and Jennie back?
We need people who can work together really well.
-You should have maybe brought Omarosa back.
Nely and I work very well together.
That trio is very, very strong. As strong as any three guys on the team.
You're basically saying you can afford to lose one of these two.
I'm basically saying I can afford to lose one.
Jennie, I know you well from watching you on TV,
winning Olympics, but you don't seem to have the energy.
When I watch you on TV, destroying other teams, you have unbelievable vibrance and energy.
-In the boardroom, you don't seem to have that same energy.
-I... I think it's hard.
I think it's hard when you sit in a room with Omarosa and Nely.
And it's like boom, boom, boom. It wipes you out.
-It's tough for you, right?
-It is tough for you.
It's a hard to see in such a harsh, nasty environment.
-I'm not used to that.
-You shouldn't get used to it.
-I don't want to.
-Don't get used to it. Stay the way you are.
I think you are fantastic...
..but, Jennie, for my purpose, you're fired.
It's just not your world. You know what? I like your world better.
This isn't a great world.
This is a terrible world in many ways and I want to see you
-win another Olympic gold and he does, more than I do. He's a big fan of yours.
-So you go. Thank you. Thank you very much.
-Thank you, Mr Trump.
-That was the right call.
She actually said she can't compete with these people.
In her own way, she's more competitive than any of them.
-It's interesting. But I think we made the right call.
Losing is hard to swallow. It's tough.
It's heart-wrenching, knowing we were so close.
I'm sad that I'm leaving my girls, and I'm sad I'm going home.
I really think I didn't get a chance or opportunity to show my leadership skills.
It's interesting to see the differences between the Apprentice world and the softball field.
I look forward to getting back on the playing field and training,
preparing for the Olympics and being a mom and a wife.
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