American version of the business-based reality series. The candidates face a bumpy ride when they are told to manage a horse-and-carriage business.
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Last week on The Celebrity Apprentice...
-You're an absurd celebrity wannabe.
-You're in my war room.
Piers and Omarosa's feud got physical.
I was a bit overheated...
Stephen also couldn't get along with Piers and told Mr Trump that he could no longer work with him.
Mr Trump has suggested that I become a member of Empresario, which I have accepted.
That's mental, man. That's mental.
Next, the teams were to create a living window for Vera Wang & Serta. Trace showed his romantic side.
The world's greatest romance deserves the world's best mattress.
Cleopatra, Mark Antony.
I love it.
On Empresario, Project Manager Omarosa put Nely in charge.
You are a big-time Hollywood producer. I need your vision.
Nely was former head of Telemundo.
I'm expecting her to be more informative.
-When the windows were finished...
-Ooh, they're so fabulous!
-Vera Wang & Serta were impressed.
Well, this is totally unexpected.
The winner is...Hydra.
Piers revelled in Omarosa's defeat as she led her team to their fifth loss in six weeks.
Better luck next time.
And in the boardroom, Mr Trump brought up Nely's previous failures.
-You always have to learn from history and the past.
-Well, you got lucky twice.
You keep bringing it up. I don't know why.
Nely challenged Mr Trump, and he had enough.
Nely, you're fired.
To be honest, seeing Stephen Baldwin's crushed little face with Omarosa defiantly saying
she was a greater genius for just doing the most obvious thing in the world...
it was absolutely priceless.
It's so satisfying, I can almost hardly eat my pineapple.
Omarosa was their PM.
It was always obvious to me, they'd lose.
'Omarosa is one of the most venomous poisons that
'I have encountered in 25 years of business.'
Team Hydra, you chop off a head, we keep coming.
Let's not gloat.
"Let's not gloat."
# Omarosa... She were dosa! #
She's such a pointless, irrelevant, ghastly little creature.
Oh, my God.
Was it a brawl?
-Oh, my God.
Welcome to Empresario.
Nely is an awesome person. I have to say first.
'But you have to fight for your life in the boardroom,
'and I know what I need to do to keep from being fired.
'Ha-ha, my dear.'
I'm always controlling what's happening with my team.
I have the losingest record in the history of The Apprentice at this moment.
-I think I have the second losingest.
-You think so? No.
Oh, no, beyond you, cos I'm combining both seasons.
Baldwin looked a broken man, didn't he?
-And having four women that he has to answer to...
-Yeah, not easy.
-Not easy at all.
I mean, wild horses wouldn't get me to work for that team.
Literally, I'd rather shoot myself. I would not do it.
I'd say, "Mr Trump, you can fire me, but I'm not going to work for the enemy."
Mr Trump would like you in the boardroom immediately.
-OK, thank you very much.
-We're on our way.
We have to go to the boardroom... immediately.
# Money, money, money, money
# Money, money, money, money
# Some people, got to have it
# Some people really need it
# Listen to me, y'all
# Do things, do things, do things Bad things with it
# Dollar bills, y'all, come on
# For that mean, oh, mean, mean green
# Oh, mighty dollar
# Talkin' about cash
# I 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. #
All right, just stand. No reason to sit.
As you can see, Nely is gone.
You folks are just killing the ladies and one very good man.
-But they really are beating you. So we're going to change up the team.
We're going to do a little change-up. Can you handle it?
-You sure you want to? Cos...
-I want to do it so badly.
I hate to watch every single week their being beaten.
I've picked two teams that I think are very evenly matched.
Tito, come over here. Sit.
-You don't look happy, Tito.
-He doesn't want to go on the girls' team.
Lennox, I have news for you. Sit right over there.
THEY ALL LAUGH
-Marilu, take a seat next to Tito.
-Our beautiful Carol, sit next to Lennox.
Trace, sit next to Marilu.
Omarosa, next to Carol.
So that leaves Stephen and Piers.
What do you think I'm going to do now?
Stephen, you can stay right where you are.
-Hop into that chair, right next to Trace.
-No, no, no.
-Oh, don't be a coward, Piers.
-I'm not sure I can do this.
I have to work with her?
Piers, you're doing fine. You're doing just fine.
He's whining already.
-The English are very tough.
-Listen, we fought two World Wars.
We never had to deal with this.
Right now, Piers, she's your team-mate, so I congratulate you.
This is the new Hydra on my left, the new Empresario on my right.
How do you feel as teams? How do you feel?
I'm very excited, Mr Trump.
-Omarosa, you think you'll get along with Piers?
-I've worked with the scums in...
-Scums? I think that's off to a bad start.
-That says everything I need to know.
OK, now it's time for a new task.
One of my favourite places in the world is Central Park.
I have buildings surrounding Central Park.
I control and run the Wollman skating rink,
and it's been one of the great attractions in New York. Central Park is a special place.
You're going to run horse and carriages.
You know what a horse and carriage is?
People that are in love, like, possibly... I'll tell you a great scene, Omarosa,
you and Piers sitting in the back of a horse and carriage. Why do I think that won't work?
You're each going to be given three horse and carriages.
Right now, they're getting 34 for a ride.
You're going to try and get much more than that. It's very simple.
At the end of a very short period of time,
it's the team that makes the most money that's going to win.
George and Ivanka will be my eyes and ears. They'll be all over the park.
They'll be watching every single move.
All the money made will go to the winning Project Manager's charity.
And for the losing team, somebody will be fired. Everybody understand?
Go ahead. Good luck.
Welcome to your new home.
Everybody's been a Project Manager, I think, except for myself,
so I guess this one's mine.
-Since we're working with horses?
-That seems appropriate, doesn't it?
-It seems appropriate, for sure.
'Being PM, if we win this thing,
'it's going to be a huge hit for my charity.'
I have a six-year-old daughter, Brianna,
and she has severe food allergies.
So I've gotten on board with this organisation
Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network.
It's a cause that's very, very important to me and my family.
We got to, like, try to call everyone we know, and even if it's 1,000 whatever it is.
I need people who are going to come down and spend some money.
Break out the little Sicilian black book and get me some cash, baby.
Billy Baldwin coming down tomorrow at, like, 11:30, noon.
-You rock, dude.
And also my sister. She owns, like, one of the most successful restaurants
here in New York, and she will give us champagne if we want.
'Everybody knows the game. Everybody knows what they have to do'
is just get on the phone, bang it out, call people you know,
'try to get some VIPs to show up.'
This thing says, "Central Park South and 5th Avenue."
Why have you been having me tell people 59th Street and 5th Avenue?
-Cos that's Central Park South.
-It's the same thing?
-Where do you live?
See, now, I don't come to Brentwood and start telling you how to get around Brentwood, do I?
I'm very happy with the team that I'm on now.
'Everybody is working really, really hard.
'And more than that, everybody was having fun.'
I can tell you right now, you know Piers is going bananas right now.
-Do you want to be PM or not?
-Yes, I do.
I want to, cos I've raised not a single dollar for my charity so far.
-Is he PM?
My immediate thought about the new Hydra
was we could do really well
if we could just keep a lid on the obvious tensions.
Omarosa, whatever has gone on between us, you don't like me, I don't like you, this is business.
-I want to win. Cessation of all hostilities till the end of this task, right?
OK, you got it.
If I'm called to the boardroom, I will simply apply one criteria,
the ones that come in will be the ones who raise the least personal money.
'I made it very clear. The challenge was straightforward - '
Go away and raise money.
If you had any way of getting 10,000 in cash,
that would bail me out massively. Every dollar goes to charity.
Thank you so much. Thank you.
I want you to come down to Central Park and buy a ride off me.
I know, I know, but you know how these things work. It's I'm...
No, I know, but you know...
'Omarosa, I could tell immediately, was struggling to raise money,'
cos she's not a celebrity and doesn't have that pulling power.
Tonight, I just want you guys to go back and continue to call
anybody who can help us, because this will be entirely about the big money.
-Are you ready?
-Am I ready?
Yes, mate, I've been ready since 5am.
The task this week was to run a horse and carriage operation
around Central Park, where the team that raised the most amount of money won.
Just so y'all know, I did the commitment form.
-If y'all can go through it and sketch out what you think
-estimated numbers are for each person.
-OK, can you spell my name right?
-Uh, what is your name?
-Since I'm Project Manager.
-Piers, like a pier. P-I-E-R-S.
-Oh, an S. Oh, my bad.
-It's a basic journalistic rule.
-Um... So... here you go.
-Spell the name of your boss correctly.
-You're not my boss.
-You're a manager.
-I'm your boss.
-Trump is my boss.
-I'm your boss. Trump's not your boss.
-He's my boss.
-Just spell my name right, Omarosa.
-Cos I am the Project...
-There's your request.
-See you really are childish.
-I don't like that kind of behaviour.
-up, don't talk to me.
'Omarosa woke up this morning,'
knew she was going to produce no money,
knew that was the only criteria I laid down,
so she did what Omarosa does best. She threw one of her tantrums.
You argue about your name instead of motivating your team.
-I'll teach you about leadership, ass
I have absolutely no respect for Piers.
My whole mission was to break him down,
and I knew his weak spots and I exploited them.
The mother of your children hates you, Piers, and your children hate you, Piers.
Leave my kids out of it, you foul-mouthed little tramp.
-Read my lips. You're a disgusting little tramp, and you're off the show.
-No, no, no.
-You don't fire me, baby.
-You've raised no money. That's why you're worthless.
-I do what I want.
-You've raised no money.
-You ain't doing jack for me, Piers.
-You know why you've raised no money?
-It was about going below the belt. In fact, I kicked him in the
Can you tell your children to be like you, Piers?
-No, because you're a
You can be as abusive to me as you like.
-You can say I'm having affairs.
'She can insult me. I'm a big boy.'
Every other sentence from her mentioned my children,
mentioned my family.
You know, I find it just sickening.
-Welcome to my
Oh, my God, this is horrible!
-We want to get out!
-Do the decent thing and piss off.
-Nobody's listening to you.
I've never seen a bad fight like that. It was terrible.
There's disunity in the team and the fact that, you know,
Piers wants Omarosa off and Omarosa is not going, anything can happen.
Ah...that was so refreshing.
She's a pointless celebrity-wannabe idiot.
She's out, mate. She's out.
'It was a gorgeous day in New York City.
'It was great to be out in the sun. It was great to be with my team.
'We felt really good.'
I felt, you know, energised from it, because it was a whole new group.
It was guys, which I, you know, I always like guys anyway.
And it was just time to stir up the pot a little bit.
-Two dozen in that one already?
-And two dozen here.
On the way to the horse and carriage, we thought about, "Hmm, let's get roses, champagne,
"put smiles on the people's faces who were buying the rides."
-Who knows how to run this damn credit card thing?
-Where's the leather binder thing?
'We go down to Central Park and kind of realise that Team Hydra is right next to us.
'Horse and carriages are right next to each other.
'And seeing Lennox Lewis and Piers over there,'
it was a challenge for me.
And one team has to use a specific three guys. The other team a specific three.
Yeah, yeah. I'm... What's the names of our guys?
-Are you doing OK?
-I'm doing great.
-You are doing great.
-I'm very excited. I like selling.
I really believe I had the best team.
We're good to go. Start selling.
'Nobody works the streets better than Tito Ortiz, Stephen Baldwin, and Marilu Henner.
'They all have boundless energy. They never slow down.'
I couldn't have asked for anything more.
-Oh, my gosh, it's so nice to be with the guys.
-It's a different energy. Really.
-Do you need anything else?
-We have a table coming.
-I'm not going anywhere, son.
-I don't want you on the team.
-I don't trust you.
-I'm not going anywhere.
We're one member down. I fired Omarosa,
'but she's still there. I don't know why'
-Stand away from me.
-You back the
-I ain't going nowhere.
'Piers has told me that I'm fired.'
I've been fired by better, trust me.
-Manage your team, wimp.
-I'm talking to these members of my team.
-Please go away.
-If you touch me, I'll punch you in the face.
-Oh, go away.
God, embarrassing. Lennox, could you stand to one side? I don't want her near me.
-Manage, PM. Manage, PM!
-What do we do about this revolting creature?
Why are you passing it off on Lennox? He's not PM.
-Do you see me moving?
-Tell us what you to do.
-I'm moving away.
-Manage the team!
-I ain't going nowhere, son.
-What do I do?
-I ain't going nowhere, son.
-We need to keep this team together, though.
-How? It's already apart.
For me, it's always about the team and the management of it.
-You keep him over there.
-OK. Thanks, mate.
Lennox and I have been doing the best we can, keeping people apart,
so we have a dual job now.
-Is this not for your charity?
-Let's stay focused.
She's not a celebrity. She's got no power to get money,
so now she's going for plan B, which is sabotage everything.
We have got a lot of money coming our way for charity.
I want it the accounts processed properly. She's got the bag.
-I don't want her having any of this stuff.
-How are you going to work it out?
-You tell me.
Celebrity carriage rides for charity!
Ten minutes. You can just get in right now.
The task was to run carriage rides in Central Park.
The team who makes the most money for the sales wins.
-You going to take a carriage ride?
-Take the lady on a carriage ride.
-Don't lose that.
-Hey, Billy Baldwin, how you doing, buddy? Hey, Trace Adkins.
-You know my brother William.
-Never heard of him.
They've got Billy Baldwin there, mate.
'I certainly felt it was necessary to bring out the second'
Baldwin-brother-bomb, so to speak.
-Marilu! I need you to walk around with William Baldwin...
-..and see who wants to make the biggest donation.
Have the most romantic carriage ride of your life with Billy Baldwin!
I just took Billy around, and he's so charming,
I think people recognised him and me.
-You'll go 2,000.
-Yeah, we'll go 2,000.
-Is it about winning? Higher.
The more money we get, the more money, the better. Your carriage awaits.
-My chariot awaits!
-Your chariot awaits.
My brothers are busy, so taking time out to help or support something I'm doing,
it's a blessing.
Way to go, babe!
He's pimping his brothers, man.
He had my brother Alec come. He had me come. He had my mother come, my sister come.
Janet, how are you? Have you brought gifts with you? Are you bearing good news?
-I brought credit cards. Is that of any interest?
I was talking to Gerard earlier, and he very generously said to me
he might be able to go to 5,000.
-I can do that.
-You are a star, Janet. How do you do?
Very good to see you. I've had about five of my contacts turn up.
-How generous are you feeling?
You know, it's good, but it's not great. We have a cash donation.
They're all from me, so far, guys...
Phone the contacts who were supposed to have given us money,
-none of whom have shown up.
-We can't take donations without giving them a seat.
We have a limited number of seats. I don't want to sell these tickets.
We deliberately held back carriages in case a big donor came
and we could use their money to fill up that carriage.
'We couldn't give them all away for 50
'and then not have enough seats left for the big donations.'
-These horses go out when our big donations get here. We can't sell those tickets.
Celebrity carriage rides right here!
Carriage rides! Celebrity carriage rides!
-No, I don't want you selling.
-Carriage rides! Celebrity...Hi, cuties.
-Sorry, Don't buy the tickets yet, please.
-Celebrity carriage rides!
-Get out of my face, Piers. I'm going to warn you once of that.
-If you sell tickets, they're not getting a ride.
-Your children are so disappointed in you
-Leave my children alone, all right?
-Not in front of everybody, mate.
-Leave my children alone.
-He keeps coming in my face.
'Omarosa's got a lot of venom inside her,
'and, you know, I'd rather be on her good side than her bad side.'
Certain things that were said, I don't think I'd have said them.
'It seemed to cross the line. It seemed very ghetto.
'It seemed very mean, very nasty.'
I want to make it clear. She is totally ignoring me...
No, you fired me, Piers, you idiot.
That's what happens when you fire your staff.
She's raised not a dollar so far, not one dollar from Omarosa.
Not one of her pledges has turned up.
Celebrity carriage rides right here!
I don't know how these Hydra things are always here.
The Hydra carriages are always sitting here.
The Empresario carriages are always gone.
-Hello. How are you, sir?
-I'm doing good. How are you doing?
-How's it going?
-Really good. We've raised close to 12,000.
'Empresario is really pushing the people on the street and doing a good hustling job.'
They could be successful.
Celebrity carriage rides! Step right up!
-I love you.
-I love you, too, beautiful.
-Thank you so much for donating.
-OK, I've got 1,000.
'Tito's girlfriend, Jenna, showed up, and, boy,
'she plunked down 1,000 bucks and was insistent that her carriage ride be with Tito.'
She must really like that fella.
Aw, it's our first carriage ride, pumpkin.
'Central Park was nice. I've never been on that ride before.
'It was cool to be with a beautiful woman like my girl, Jenna,'
and to see one of the biggest parks in the world.
The best thing is it's all going to charity - that's what really matters.
Oh, yeah. But it's also really cool to win.
Yeah, it's going to be nice to win, also.
I don't know, that's just my thought, because I like to dominate.
-What park are we in right now?
-This is a 1,000 money order.
-Yes! 1,000. Appreciate it, bro.
-No, you know we got to support you, man.
-Thank you so much, sir. I appreciate your generosity.
-He has to take a carriage ride, yes.
-Another one of my donations. Thank you.
-How's it going?
-He fired me in the van before the task ever started.
-So, what are you doing now?
I'll keep doing the accounting job and make sure that Lennox and Carol and even Piers are supported,
because the one thing I don't do is quit.
I fired her. She's still here like a bad smell. I don't know what she's doing here.
She trashed my children, my family, everybody she can think of.
She's a disgusting piece of slime, and I want her off this team.
-You are a disgrace.
-I'm trying to break these guys up.
-You're a peacemaker.
-So, what the hell's going on here?
-They told ME to be quiet so they can argue.
-Is it very distracting for you?
-It's distracting to the whole team.
I visited Hydra, and I have to say I'm very disappointed.
She's brought not one dollar in, not a dollar.
A big-ticket item could save them,
but, either way, Hydra's falling apart.
I literally wanted someone to strangle her slowly
and then pour sulphuric acid over her horrible diseased torso.
-It seems like the feeling is mutual on both sides.
Your father needs to know, this is beyond the pale.
-I have a feeling you may end up telling him.
-How are you folks? You want to do a carriage ride? You're French?
Um, you understand? All I know in French is cuss words.
Trace is a cowboy. He never has his hat off.
He's got that real cowboy flavour to him, so he was very comfortable working around horses.
My horse is slow. It's on the verge of a heart attack.
Should be a 15-minute trip. Takes my horse 30 minutes.
Shove a bottle rocket up his ass when he comes back.
Trace was very decisive, very strong.
He took the ball and ran with it and is definitely one of the strongest players we have.
-Good to see you, big boy.
-All right, my friend!
-How you doing?
See this? One old country boy is trying to raise money for charity
and puts in a call to another country brother, and he shows up.
I was a few blocks away, and I said, "I'll come by and support Trace."
Country boys stick together. I just had a little left over from last night.
-How does 5K spend around here?
-It'll spend, my brother.
-For charity, baby.
-How about that, man?
-You got it. Trace Adkins!
John Rich from Big & Rich, man.
Well, they don't call me John RICH for nothing.
There comes your carriage, right there. Come on.
-Do they take me around the block?
-15 minutes around the park.
-You got it.
I don't think that we could have done better.
Our carriages were full and going all the time.
There was 100% dedication on everybody's part.
'So really all I had to do as Project Manager on this one was just sit back and let my guys go.
'They really didn't need any guidance, didn't need a referee.'
They just worked.
2,500. Too bad for you, Lennox.
Can we recruit now off the street? It's 12:32.
-I've got a 5,000 donation coming.
-He'll either get here in time or he won't.
I'm worried that the guys across there... I've seen a lot of cash
coming in and Billy Baldwin and stuff. And, obviously, we're one member down.
I fired Omarosa about two hours ago. She's contributed nothing at all.
It's all a bit embarrassing, to be honest.
The point of last night was everyone gave their pledges.
-I know, buddy. The help. Otherwise we're going to lose. You can laugh, Omarosa.
-You've contributed not a single cent.
-You'll go down as the worst Project Manager in the history of this game.
-Oh, no, baby.
-You can't even motivate your people.
-Go back to your workstation.
-Shut up. I ain't going nowhere.
-Sell something. Get one of your people to deliver 1.
-I can't wait to see your face.
I'll have that man on his knees, begging and crying for mercy.
-You're useless as a father. You're not there for them.
-You're a pathetic waste of space.
-Is there another man raising your children?
Either he's going down or I'm going down.
Either way, I'm going out with a fight.
-We've got 24 minutes.
-The only problem is the time.
I've got a guy trying to get here with 5,000. Hopefully, he'll make it.
-Any more money coming in?
-Yes, my friend Jamie just called.
He just landed in his private plane in New Jersey.
-I said, "You have to be here in time."
-Will he get here?
-I don't know. He's coming from New Jersey.
-Lennox, you got any more coming?
We need to have it in the next 20 minutes. Can you do that?
I've got a guy who's racing here in a cab.
If he gets here, then every one of my pledges came off.
Is there any way you could get cash?
'Till that money is in the bank, it doesn't count.'
It's a race against the clock.
Mate, if you could pull this off, it might just swing it between defeat and victory.
I promise you. Seriously.
Thank you so much, Lennox.
-Piers, are you and Omarosa finally getting along?
I feel quite sickened and disgusted by what's happened today, if you must know.
-He fired me within the first five minutes of the task.
-He fired you?
-Because of a typo. He is Piers.
He successfully had Vinny quit, Steve switch teams,
and I think he's finally met his match.
How do you think your team did?
The team did very well without Omarosa.
She was a complete waste of time. Professionally, I mean. She couldn't even spell my name.
I don't know how you would feel if somebody brought you,
as one of your executives, a document, on the first exercise
-you've worked with them on, and they spelled Donald wrong.
-Did she spell your name wrong?
I asked her to redo the document.
She picked up the paper and threw it back at me.
I realised she had no respect for me as Project Manager. I found it reprehensible that anyone
would treat their boss that way. We had an argument about the fact she couldn't spell her boss's name.
-Then he fired me.
-She then said, "You're not my boss. Donald Trump is."
Lennox, what did you think of the way they got along, or should I not ask?!
Well, you know what? I've fought with Tyson.
I thought that was the biggest fight I've ever been in, but, you know,
to travel with these two in the van was unbelievable.
Me and Carol were trying to get out. We were telling the driver, "Drop us off! Get us out!"
I wanted to jump out in the middle of traffic. It's crazy.
Can I just pick you up on that? The thing I love most in my life is my family -
my three boys in particular. When a piece of trash like Omarosa trashes my family all day long...
No, I trashed YOU. There's a difference.
-..in a disgusting...
-What did she say about your family?
-I said he was a terrible father.
Just so everyone around this table understands...
-Yeah, but you don't know if he was a good father.
-..what I've had to put up with today.
I don't think anybody, in a TV show that's raising money for charity,
-should have to be repeatedly told, "What are your
-kids going to think knowing their dad's a
I don't think, Mr Trump, anybody in one of your shows should ever
-have to put up with that abuse.
-I don't use that...
-I don't mind if she aimed it at me.
She aimed that at my kids all day long.
I will do anything to protect my family, my kids in particular.
-As you should.
-And I'd expect...
-everyone around this room to.
This piece of trash trashed my family all day long,
and I will never, ever put up with that.
-I'm not working with her again on this show.
-Is he quitting?
If comes down to us winning, I'll expect you to separate us or fire me.
All right? I'm not going to quit, but you can fire me.
I'm never working with her again. She's a piece of lowlife trash.
You know, Lennox, I was at your fight with Tyson. You're right. This is tougher.
It reminds me of Tyson with Lennox. Tyson at that press conference did this kind of thing to Lennox.
-Lennox punched him smack on the head.
-He's been dishing it for six weeks, and he can't take it.
-I've been dealing with people.
-Oh, shut up.
You've been dishing it to everybody here.
If you were a man, I'd have punched you to the ground as Lennox did Tyson
-when he abused his family.
-That's a great example to send.
-Nobody abuses my family.
-I was abusing YOU.
-You are not worth it. I'm here for charity.
-Don't be a martyr.
-You're here to "redeem" yourself.
-I was abusing YOU.
-Redemption, for you, involved abusing my family and my children.
-I was abusing you, Piers.
-I was going after you.
-You disgust me. My children are looking at me, thinking,
-"Dad, you going to let her bring us into this the way that she did?"
-He did this to Vinny and Stephen.
-Vinny never talked about my family, and nor did Stephen.
-I talked about you, be clear.
Stephen would never have talked about my family in that way, and I hope he would respect the fact that
-I never got personal with him about any his family.
-But you can't work with Stephen either, right?
No, no, we had many flare-ups, but it was never like this.
Stephen, can you work with Piers?
Didn't you want to quit because you couldn't work with Piers? How did you feel about Piers?
I just think it's interesting to hear Piers sounding like me now.
-Well, not really, because I...
-It's very interesting to me.
-Your problem was I called you a hypocrite, right?
-That's very personal.
We had a debate, but that's about each other. My criticism was levelled at you personally.
I don't believe anyone around this table now,
if they had to put up with this diatribe constantly mentioning their children, would accept it.
I don't see why I should have to accept it, and I don't.
To be honest, TV show, charity, whatever it is...
-Piers? Be cool. I've never seen you like this.
-I've lost my cool cos my kids...
-He's met his match.
-I haven't met my match, you little tramp. You brought my kids into it.
-No-one I've ever worked with in my life...
-He's met his match.
..has ever brought my children into an argument like this about business,
and it pushed a button that I never felt I would react to in business, and I have done.
I can't say I hope your team loses, but, to an extent,
I hope your team loses. It'll solve a lot of problems.
-Boy, you must be just licking your chops.
-No, I'm not licking my chops, no.
-Hey, but you never know what happens.
-How do you think your team did?
-I'll tell you, I had one of the nicest days that I've had
-since I've been on this show.
-In Central Park.
-I enjoyed every minute.
-All you need is a horse, and you have it made.
Get rid of those tall buildings in the background, and it's beautiful.
I felt good. I enjoyed every minute. I had a couple of friends show up that I haven't seen in a while
and that happened to be in town.
-And everybody, we just got along.
-Who was the star of your team?
You know what, I couldn't single anybody out as being a star.
Everybody on this team performed to the best of their ability. I have no doubt about that.
-So you're happy with everybody?
Well, I think it's time to find out. And this is very interesting,
cos here you have a team in total unity, and here you have a team in disarray at least, as per you two.
So I think we should probably just, right now, go to it.
So, George, let me ask you, how did Empresario do?
Empresario did very well. They certainly pulled together as a team.
And they made 29,673.
Well, what does that mean, exactly, Ivanka?
I actually almost hate to say this.
Hydra made 35,184.
It's an amazing predicament that I'm sort of placed in.
Well, Piers, despite everything, 65,000 to your favourite charity.
-What is that charity, Piers?
-It's The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
Which seems appropriate, given the way this has gone.
And the reason I chose it is that it helps the families of
American soldiers who've lost their lives in battle, and my brother
just returned from Iraq, where he fought side-by-side with the US Marines.
You did a great job for a great charity, so congratulations.
Now, Omarosa, obviously, you two can't work together.
I'm going to take Omarosa. I'm going to ask you to go on the other team.
I think you're going to be very happy. I think you'll be very happy to get away from Piers.
-Omarosa, tomorrow, you're on this team.
It's kind of like a hollow victory. You know, it feels kinda bad.
We can't even be excited about it.
-I know. I know.
-A team that works well together, a team that doesn't.
Lennox, I'm looking at these four people. They worked well. They love each other. It's incredible.
-And somebody's going to be fired, and there's something wrong with that.
Dude, I hope you're having some champagne.
-I don't really feel like celebrating.
-What are you talking about?
-Pop that baby. Pop that baby.
-We just won money for your charity.
It was a really sour victory, because, when we went back to
the war room, I didn't want to be in the same room as Omarosa.
I don't want to talk to her ever again.
Come on, man, this is like a hollow victory for me.
I need more, I need people to be more cheery.
'Nobody talks to me about my family in that way
'and remains anybody I will have any contact with.'
-Come on, man, we have to have a toast.
-Thanks. I'll thank you.
Yes. Light it up. Cheers.
This is very tough. I never thought I was going to be in this position.
This is the toughest thing I've had to do in a long time.
-Ivanka, what do you think?
-I have to reiterate your sentiments.
Trace, you had said you had had the best day.
You were out there, working as a team.
I guess now we have to figure out, what you think.
Who was the one that didn't work as hard as the others?
These guys put out so much effort. When those two guys were working the streets,
I've never seen anybody that works the street like these guys do.
Marilu, she loves everybody. She's running up to people.
-And everybody loves her. I love her.
-And Tito, I mean, he works the streets, you know.
He has got such a polite demeanour.
-You wouldn't believe it.
-I found it unexplainable.
-And then he'd kill them, like, for nothing.
Yeah, it's unbelievable to me, that guy.
Stephen, who would you say, if you were going to be...
Who is the one that just didn't do quite as well?
It's not like anybody was terrible - everybody was good.
Who do you think did the worst job on the team, relative?
I can't answer. I honestly can't answer.
And I think I've been a pretty straight shooter.
Marilu, you're very strong, you're very smart.
Who do you think should be fired?
-It's not easy. It's one of the toughest I've seen.
-It's very tough.
-What would you do if you were in his seat?
-I would've fired Piers or Omarosa.
I almost did that. But that was not, unfortunately, the rules of the game.
Tito, who should be fired?
Well, Mr Trump, I'm a very hard worker, and the hard work
I think each and every one of us put in, we put our hearts into it.
We believe we did everything we possibly can do,
and we made each other happy people. It was nice to work with each other.
-George, what do you think?
-I think this is the toughest decision you've ever had to face,
and I'm glad I'm not making it - I don't know what I would do.
-This is a tough one.
-You're lucky you're not making it.
Would any of you like to resign?
-I'm being serious. Would any of you like to resign?
I'm a very hard worker, and I'm very determined.
This job is challenging for me, and I love it and I've learned a lot from it.
-I'm loving this experience.
This whole thing really suits my energy,
and it's been so great being with these guys today.
-I'm feeling pretty good, Mr Trump. I'd like to stay in the game.
As Project Manager, Trace, would you want to resign?
If I were here on my own behalf, I might, but...
I'm not here representing myself. I'm here fighting for somebody else.
This is the single hardest firing I've ever had,
and I've had some tough ones.
And you people shouldn't even be here. It should be the other team.
-It would have been so easy if you had just won.
-We tried to win, I swear.
-We're tapped out.
-No matter who I do, it's going to be a disaster.
-Next time we have a thing to raise money, I'm calling you.
Boy, If you would have called me, I could have given you 7,000 bucks and you would have won,
and I could have said, "Piers or Omarosa..."
OK, listen, the other team was a total disaster.
I wish I could have fired one of the members of the team,
and we know exactly who we're talking about.
And I'm stuck with four great people that did a very good job.
This team really understands that this is all about charity, and I'm feeling charitable.
Tonight, in the boardroom, I'm firing no-one.
That's the first time I've done this.
And, Marilu, for tomorrow, you're going to the other team.
-Go ahead, go home.
-Thank you, sir.
-Thank you, sir.
-This was very, very tough.
-Thank you, Mr Trump.
-Oh, God. Thank God.
-Oh, my God.
-Would you allow me to say something?
-That's never happened. And that's a testament to the job we did.
We all did a great job.
As Project Manager, I felt good about my team,
I felt good about myself, I felt good about our effort.
I thought we had done everything we could do.
-They live for yet another day.
-They do indeed. We'll see what happens.
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The candidates face a bumpy ride when they are told to manage a horse-and-carriage business, and two members of one team find themselves butting heads. There is a surprise in the boardroom at the end of the day, as Donald Trump creates a precedent.