The American version of the business-based reality series. The remaining celebrities must decorate a bare space as a bridal boutique and then sell 125 wedding dresses.
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Last season of Celebrity Apprentice, we stormed New York
and raised millions for charity.
But there's plenty more dollars out there, and I want it to go
to the people that need it the most, and that's why I'm doing it again.
The stage has been set,
and now 16 new celebrities are fighting to meet the challenge...
-Come on people, we need all the money we can get.
-..any way they can.
If you bring me 15,000, I'll kiss you full on the mouth.
-What a disaster.
-There's no bagels, no nothing.
-They're on their own...
-I don't know how to tie a tie.
-..in the toughest challenge of their careers.
I can't do this!
-Last season was a battle.
-You think I talk down to YOU?
-You're out of talent.
-You think you're the
-You are a piece of
-and you're a stupid blonde.
-Shut up for five seconds.
-Well, stop lying.
This makes me and Omarosa look like a tea party.
-They come to New York City armed with new connections...
-From Donny Deutsch, a cheque for 10,000!
..new passion and a new determination to win.
-I want to win, so get your head wrapped around the
It's killing me. I'd take the bullet in a second, it's killing me.
And all but one of them will...be...fired.
-You're fired, go.
-The Celebrity Apprentice starts now.
Previously, the teams were tasked with creating a comic book character
and costume for some Zappos.com and presenting it to the CEO.
-Oh, this is great.
-On KOTU, the men were off to a rocky start.
If we can get a transvestite, a guy...
And Tom felt he was being shut out.
A horse or maybe a motorcycle - he could be on a motorcycle. Vroom!
OK, OK, wait, just shut up right now. Right now, shut up.
I definitely feel that there's just a lack of respect for my ideas
and what I'm talking about in there.
Over on Athena, the women quickly came up with their concept.
-And our hero emerges as she's like, dun de-ne-nur!
And the team watched as Annie Duke tried to wrest control
-from project manager Khloe Kardashian.
-So we have real and personal.
Annie's totally taken over. You're an idiot.
With time running out for the men, project manager Scott Hamilton
finally came up with their comic book character.
-How about E, just E?
-I think it's distracting.
I don't think it makes any sense. Why is her name E?
And they have present it to the Exec.
Zappos.com transforms Megan into our hero, E!
In the boardroom, Mr Trump had a confession.
Years ago, I tried to pick up Brande and I failed.
-OK? That was before I was Trump.
Then it was back to business, and Zappos had a favourite...
-They loved the winner.
-..handing KOTU their second loss in a row.
Scott and Tom went head-to-head.
Throughout the day, I think you didn't understand what I was doing.
I don't think anybody could! It was like, "How about... No, let's get back to the..." Zip, zip, zip.
-Tom, so far I'm just not impressed.
-And Tom stepped up to the plate.
I can control the team. I want to be the next project manager.
-Ultimately, Mr Trump had heard enough.
-The E was a big mistake, Scott.
Scott, you're fired.
Let me ask you a question - who do you think it'll be?
-I think it may be Scott.
-Herschel did almost beat up Tom.
He added a new syllable to the word, with like, "Right now-uh,
-"you shut up!" I'm like, whoa!
-So you guys don't like Tom?
No, no, no, that's not true. I think Tom got a lot of talent if you can rein him in.
But Tom did say, if he comes back, he wants to be the PM for the next task.
-Would you want him to be?
-You know what, that may be the best thing for him to do.
The reason why, it may make him show leadership,
and he won't goof off, cos his neck will be on the chopping block.
-Yes, yes? Get ready.
-Hi, guys. How you doing?
I think Tom, he's just one of those creative dudes
-that's kind of a
-you've just got to put up with.
How are you guys doing?
Well, I lost money, cos I thought it'd be you... No! It's a joke.
But he did actually say a lot of stuff that made sense.
-Here's to Scott Hamilton, a great guy. We'll miss him.
-Yeah. To Scott.
'I've grown to like Scott a lot.
'I feel like he had a very, very difficult team'
to manage and short of telling people to sit down and shut up,
there's only so much you can do.
So, Tom, was the deciding factor the Z thing?
I think it was a...combination of things.
We'll talk about it later, guys, but yeah...
-That won't help us, trust me.
-Can I ask you guys a question?
When you talked to Tony, did anybody ask him
if he wanted the product to be highlighted?
-I asked him all kinds of product questions - he didn't answer any.
-We found a way to get him to answer.
-So we knew it wasn't about handbags or shoes.
-But isn't that...
Annie, remember we have strategies up in here -
don't tell them what we be doing.
-What are you doing?
-Talking too much!
We have strategies, stop talking!
-Keep on talking!
-Not what we do, though - that's what I think.
I imagine everybody in the room hates me.
Everybody was saying it, I just said it.
You must communicate well.
I've never had to communicate to this many women,
and it's been hard, so I'm trying to get better at it,
because I think I have a lot to offer and I think I can help this team win.
-What was she saying? I just heard "I"s.
-She won't shut the
What else did you hear? "I" and "me" - she knows two words.
Annie Duke needs to be quiet sometimes.
Would you have her in your girl group?
SHE LAUGHS HYSTERICALLY
Annie, I don't hate you. You might think so, but I don't.
You're just annoying. You talk too much. Take a breath.
SHE BREATHES DEEPLY
Like that, try it. Go try it.
# Money, money, money, money
# Money, money, money, money
# Some people got to have it Yeah heh
# Some people really need it
# Hey, listen to me, y'all
# Do things, do things, do things Do bad things with it
# Dollar bills, y'all, come on
# That lean, mean, mean green
-# Almighty dollar
-# Talkin' 'bout cash
# Don't 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. #
-Hi, Bob. How are you?
-I'm doing great, so nice to see you.
-Thank you for seeing me.
-You look gorgeous.
-You look very handsome.
-How's the charity doing?
-It's doing wonderful.
I'm here playing for The Brent Shapiro Foundation
to bring drug and alcohol awareness.
'Brent Shapiro was a great friend of mine.'
His father's Robert Shapiro, who was a lawyer with my father on the OJ Simpson case.
-I did I did a challenge which I was project manager of. We won.
-I've got something for the charity. I just wanted to give it to you.
-Oh, wow. This is fabulous.
-And it will go to great use.
'Brent Shapiro passed away from drug addiction.
'I personally have had mistakes.'
I've had a DUI very publicly, which...you know, it's been really hard, but it's taught me so much,
'and I want to vocalise that and teach people from my mistakes.'
-Thank you so much for doing this.
Joan Rivers won't be with us this morning,
but she'll be back with us tomorrow, so now the numbers are more even,
so, fellas, you have a better chance.
Now, we're standing on the steps of St Bartholomew's Church,
a magnificent cathedral.
One thing it's known for - weddings. People love weddings.
I love weddings. I've actually had a couple.
Your task today is to sell wedding dresses at a beautiful retail shop
that will be provided to you.
I'm already feeling like we're getting screwed from the beginning.
Women spend their lives waiting for someone to marry them,
and all we do as men is hope we never get there.
You have up to 125 dresses per team,
and they're donated by RK Bridal.
The one that makes the greatest profit will win, it's very simple.
George Ross is on my left, Ivanka on my left.
They're going to be my eyes and ears.
Dennis, you know about wedding dresses, don't I remember?
-Don't I remember?
-Love your style, sir!
-Love your style, baby, yes!
-Dennis should be very, very good at this task.
I want you now to choose your project manager. Go ahead.
-Tom, you said you wanted it.
-If you remember, Tom wanted to be PM last time. What do you think?
I'm happy to do it.
'I knew I was going to be the project manager.'
I don't think anybody else on our team can manage us to a win.
I don't think anyone else on our team is going to be the apprentice this year.
-Brande. You rocked the last two tasks.
-I'll do it.
Athena, who is your project manager?
'I felt this was the perfect task for me to step up.'
It sounded like something that would be in my realm
and it sounded like something that would be a lot of fun.
-Come here, Brande.
-You know, she's just as good as she was a long time ago. She's beautiful.
-You haven't changed. All right, get back there, Brande.
-You are beautiful.
Dennis, come on over.
-Aw! Did you miss me?
-I tell you, he does very well with women.
-You want her on your team, Dennis? Take her. Go ahead, you can have her.
-Go on! OK, no.
So you have two great project managers. You're going to sell wedding dresses.
Somebody's going to make a lot of money for their charity. Go to it. Let's how you do. Have fun.
Over the years, I've seen many people in a leadership position
who just weren't respected by the people who work for them.
And you know what happens? They get eaten alive. They get eaten from underneath.
This is going to be fun.
Now, Tom is funny. He makes lots of money, but funny and leadership don't necessarily go hand-in-hand.
I think we should all go together instead of splitting up.
Brande is beautiful.
One of the most successful playmates ever,
but we have a group of tough killers that are under her so-called control.
It is going to be very, very interesting.
We're going to go to the dress shop first.
-So each person pick out dresses, because everyone has different styles.
Are you calling the glide bridal shop that we're going to?
I'm going to ask what are the distribution of sizes and what styles are selling best right now.
This week's task is to set up a wedding boutique
and sell wedding dresses for charity.
We are all women. We can do wedding dresses. We might actually have an advantage on this one.
A quick discussion now.
Obviously, we could instantly get a little bummed out and say, oh boy!
A wedding dress thing. This isn't the best thing for a bunch of dudes.
But I think we should try to keep it real positive today and let's try to keep our morale up.
What do we know about wedding dresses? Nothing.
But what are we going to do, quit? No.
Tom is the PM, and we are just going to do what he says.
-Let's have fun with it and let's just not argue today. Awesome!
-How are you?
-Good. Very good.
We were given one hour to go through this warehouse
and pick out up to 125 bridal gowns.
-Are the ladies coming in here right now?
-So, we'll have a big discussion.
-I'll take the gentleman. Come with me this way.
As you see on the floor, all the racks here, any of the dresses you want to take,
and there'll be four racks for you.
-Where are the least expensive dresses?
Come on, ladies. Let's go!
-Least to the most?
-Let's go and have a look at these ones.
-Are you going to wear a dress?
-Yes, I am.
-You are? That's sexy.
-This is a good one.
-It is a good one.
-A 1,200 dress marked down to 450 or something like that.
'We actually tried to get dresses that were priced the lowest.'
In this day and age, with this economy,
I think people are going to shop with their wallets.
-We can always put some back and go get nice ones.
-They're picking the nice ones.
I think the girls are going more towards their own narcissism, which would be the fanciest,
most beautiful dresses.
I'm looking for different styles and fabric.
-Do you like this one?
-Does it have sleeves?
Take it. We need things with sleeves.
'Us girls have a huge advantage.'
We know weddings, we know what we like.
-Look at this one. 600 bucks. Isn't that gorgeous?
'And we know how to cater to women.'
Most men, unless you're gay, don't know how to.
-One of the girls started shopping off our rack.
-I saw her and I thought, what the hell!
16 fits... Hey!
-How many dresses do we have now?
-He's got the count.
-There's 30, 31.
Can you put these on the rack for me?
-We're almost there, guys.
-Oh, sorry. Are we at 120 now?
-You've got it, guys.
-We're done here.
-Let's get to our retail space and see what we're up against.
Ladies, good luck! Talk to you later. Bye-bye.
Who do you think wants to take charge of marketing here?
-Just getting on the phone and trying to get people down.
I really want to encourage you to call some of you contacts in the country music industry.
-Let's aim high.
-That's my target.
'I consider myself to be a loyal person'
'and a team player, so Tom is project manager,'
and I intend to carry out the challenge Tom gave me, which was to raise 100,000.
If I have to exhaust all of my resources on this money task,
then that's what I'm going to do. For Tom.
I'm going to hit you for some money, that's why I'm calling.
So, three grand. We got three grand, OK? All right. Three grand right there.
That's us right here, guys.
Where's the girls at? There's car two...
They're right next door.
This is really the part that sucks, because...
it has to be something that we do that's better than what they do.
'It was daunting, because they put us next to each other,'
but it's not where you're selling - it's what and how you're selling it.
What I'm going to do tomorrow is make sure we're on top of the books.
You're the accountant.
-You want to buy a wedding dress?
It's 11.38 now. I think we should have a name of what the sale is going to be before noon.
I'm trying to get something that's going to catch people's attention
but not be the same name they have, because I kind of see them picking designer three-hour sale.
-Are you clairvoyant or something?
I was trying to second-guess what the girls are trying to do.
'On the cupcake sale, we had the exact same name.'
-Winter wedding sale?
-Wedding dress blow-out?
-How about this? Red carpet wedding dress sale.
We'll set up a red carpet out there. They come in, we have one of those boards with all the logos on.
-I like red carpet.
-Red carpet bridal sale?
Come meet Melissa and Joan Rivers.
Let them help you get red-carpet ready for your special day.
-Something like that.
Red-carpet ready for your special day. I like that.
-I'm sending an e-mail to update my mother.
-What I'm happy to do if you wanted me to do something, the accounting is easy for me.
I didn't like the challenge, but it was a good challenge for me,
because I wasn't going to be confrontational about anything.
-Does anybody have a florist contact?
I think I needed to prove that I could learn from mistakes, so for me it was, get on the phone,
get some donors and then do whatever anybody told me to.
How much would you be willing to buy the dress for? And I'm thinking,
definitely minimum, I'd like to see at least four figures
in the number you're about to give me
and not some janky four figures.
Oh, my God! He's going to buy a 10,000 wedding dress, you guys!
We're here, guys. We're here.
It's so cute and big!
We're just trying to use everything we can. Use our celebrity
to get things loaned to us. Use our celebrity to get things for free.
The men's team is right next door, and theirs is KOTU,
so don't go to them, because they're going to be stealing our BLEEP.
12 tiaras, eight veils, in various lengths.
And I need beautiful girls,
and what better than to have a beautiful playmate?
Also I need a red carpet to put in front of the store. Can you help me out?
-Oh, my God, it's so good to see you.
So good to see you! Thank you so much for coming down and helping us.
'I thought it would be a great idea to reach out'
to my friend, Preston Bailey.
Preston Bailey is one of the best-known wedding planners,
decorator, you know, a guy who comes in and says, "This is what I see."
-And does it all. Preston did my wedding!
Your talent give you your career.
-But I do know I got you on Oprah!
-Yes, you did.
We have 125 wedding dresses to sell.
-You just need to transform it.
-We need to transform it.
I have total confidence in Preston,
but I am convinced the boys are pulling out all the stops.
Two losses, you know, to a bunch of girls running around in stilettos...
little bit humbling, a little bit humiliating.
'Do want to hear our press release that just went out on bridal.com?'
-"Hello, New York.
"Tomorrow there's a major bridal sale going on.
"The sale will be held from 11 am to 2 pm.
"But make sure you show up early,
"so you have the best chance of getting your dream dress.
"As if that wasn't good enough, we are hearing rumours
"that Dennis Rodman is wearing a wedding dress again."
That was just selling me as icon.
People will connect to me.
"Dennis wore a wedding dress. Maybe I can go buy a wedding dress."
I am thinking like a woman.
I've transformed from Dennis Rodman to Denise Rodman.
You know what, there's nobody walking down here.
You know what I'm saying? We need people to come down the street.
-There is no stores here.
Dennis had the idea to generate hype for our event, to go out,
to meet people, talk to people, to tell them to come down.
-I can't go, I can't go.
-Give me somebody.
Herschel, go with Herschel.
-Do you want to go with Dennis and keep making calls?
Yeah, I can do that.
-Cool. He wants to go now, so...
-How are you doing?
-What's your name, honey?
-How are you, Jessica? Herschel Walker.
My purpose is trying to draw business for this task we're doing.
I'm going round New York, doing my thing, Dennis Rodman...boom!
How are you? What's up?
Give me a vodka cranberry. Thank you.
-How are you guys doing?
-Nice to meet you!
-What's up, brother?
What's happening, guys?
Got any money?
I like bars. While we're here, we talk to people, simple.
We can do that.
You have someone that all he wants to do is go round
the neighbourhood, stop at bars, restaurants, have a little drink.
Don't know how that's selling a wedding dress.
We're going to be selling wedding dresses down at 125th 21st Street.
-All right? Thank you.
..a lot of fun, you don't have to...
I know Dennis is setting up a bunch of stuff,
but I just kind of want to know where he is, that's all.
-How you guys doing?
-How are you doing?
-Hey, honey. Come here, sit down!
-How are you doing?
-How tall are you?
-We could have some cool things going on, me and you.
-What time do you get off?
-I get off at five o'clock.
What are you doing later, at five o'clock?
'Out of my team, I think that I know women more.'
I've been around them, had sex with a lot of them.
I have a deadline. I have a deadline.
When I've had sex by 10 o'clock, I'm good! All right?
-Refreshed, go out and do my thing! Have you got a boyfriend?
-Bring him along.
-I'll bring him.
-Three's company! Love it!
'I listen to women. I am around them so much,'
I listen to the inner self.
I'm more like, did you ever see the movie Ghost?
He came back as a ghost, got inside Whoopi Goldberg's body. That's me.
I can put myself in a position like that,
get into a woman's head, body and soul, sit there, say,
"Wow, I get it!"
-How old are you?
-Sounds good. 22.
Love her style!
When you ask someone like myself,
who I assume is one of the top money raisers,
to go follow Dennis around,
that tells me you don't want to win.
'Tom should have followed Dennis around and had me there working.'
-Can we have one more drink, honey?
-What is it?
There you go.
I'm having a good time, man. I'm having fun now, I'm having fun.
-Calling to hit you up.
'What have you got yourself into now?'
Well, I'm competing in an event for a charity,
trying to raise money.
I've got 125 wedding dresses that I need to sell.
I have a target amount of money...
How is it going?
Where's... Who are we missing?
-Where is Dennis?
-Dennis and Herschel...
It seems like you are already starting to call people.
We been doing that, pretty much all day.
Clint's been really working on that. Brian's also making a lot of calls.
-Everyone has been, but...
-Like to hear how one of these calls goes?
-I don't know if this guy will come through.
We will find out now. Hey, it's Clint!
-'What do you say, big guy?'
-I was calling to get money from you.
'OK, how much you want?'
I need 5,000. It's for a great cause, I can tell you about it.
-'You just tell me what it is.'
-OK, I've got
125 wedding dresses that I have to help sell. It's for charity.
-'I'm going to get a wedding dress?'
-You're going to get a wedding dress,
and I'll pick one out that complements...
'What do I do with it? That's what I don't understand.
'I just about lost 4 million today on the stock market.'
Not easy. 'I was impressed by Clint.
'I was watching him for a while, he was working over
'some poor guy who didn't see this coming, so I give it to him,'
he was definitely singing for his supper.
You're welcome to be one of our models, if you'd like.
I am going to pass on that one. Thanks for the offer.
'Still in the early stages of the task.'
They seem to be working together quite harmoniously,
as a team, at least those who were actually present,
not Herschel and Dennis.
I've yet to totally figure out where they are.
It doesn't matter, architecture is beautiful in New York.
It doesn't matter where it is in New York, honey, everything is beautiful.
Dresses are arriving.
Thank you. Shake hands.
For me, the main thing now is raising money.
We have this great stuff we're doing, but don't have anyone to buy.
My personal goal is to make sure that the group
raises at least 100,000.
Will you come buy a wedding dress, please?
You could throw it away?
I need your rich friends to come by tomorrow,
buy some wedding dresses, and everything goes to charity.
-Help me out?
-I know you are getting married soon,
so why don't you buy a wedding dress?
How about five?
ALL: Thank you!
-You know what this experience has taught me, Khloe?
I need to get better friends.
-And better, I mean richer and more generous.
-I think we all do.
I realise that a lot of my celebrity friends
maybe aren't as rich as they appear to be or...
just aren't as forthcoming parting with their money.
A little frustrated right now, because I want to make
a good impression on my team and show that I can hang with the big dogs.
-While you're out, call in before you head back.
-How's the money going?
Same, I've got like 15.
Melissa says she thinks she got a 10,000 dress sold, hopefully.
Natalie has a few thousand. Khloe has around 8,000.
Claudia and Tionne are waiting to hear back from people.
OK, I am worried.
Because I think they're going to go full out.
Big-time, you know they are.
I've got a guy named Hollywood Dave coming in,
Phil Hellmuth's going to come in.
I think that people sort of envision
poker players as very selfish.
Just because of what we do, it seems kind of heartless and ruthless,
but my poker-playing friends are one of the most
generous groups of individuals that you will ever meet.
Believe it or not, there's people in the world who like me!
-You got really good friends!
-Here he is.
-He's drinking already.
I had a good time, bro. I got numbers,
girls want to... You don't even get it, bro!
-Like the ladies, don't you, Dennis?
-I love the ladies. Do you?
I like the ladies too, yes.
My God, bro, I love the ladies too.
'The good thing about today is we found out
'how to get Dennis to talk more'
and be more interactive.
The bad thing about it
is that it's vodka and cranberry juice that makes him do that.
-Give me the best look we have...
-..for a wedding dress.
I want it right there. OK?
I want people to do this...
Dennis is in charge of our show, our entrance area.
'We have Dennis Rodman here, and he is such a creative guy.'
If you really just listen to Dennis
and listen to what he's saying, they're smart ideas.
-Hello, everybody. Hello.
'Me and Dennis are becoming very good friends, I would say.'
We are literally having a good time.
When we talk to each other, we have a connection,
we understand each other.
The other guys, not so much.
There we go, there's Melissa Rivers right there.
-Do you need help with something?
-Just stretching my legs.
-Do you need help with this?
No, I don't. Don't you put me in the trash can!
No! No! Don't put me in there.
Do not put me in the trash! Oh, that's so gross.
-Anybody care for a Melissa Rivers?
We have been having a little bit more of a relaxed atmosphere today.
'I'm trying to express a sense of calm so that our team is happy
'and having fun, and I think that will translate into getting a lot done.'
Quick delivery. Delivery service.
Tom don't want to do nothing. He want to goof off.
And it is hard, because you have got this anchor around your neck.
'We are pulling a wagon uphill. But we guys know we've got to do it.'
-There you go.
They caught me looking in the window.
I can't believe I just got trashed.
Boy, THAT was funny.
We are actually having the wedding dress sale of the century.
We are trying to raise at least 100 grand tomorrow.
The task this week was to sell wedding dresses,
and whoever made the most money, wins.
Tell them it is a matter of urgency, it's for a great cause.
-And it might be really easy for him to help me.
-'I'll let him know. Bye.'
-You ready, Clint?
-I'm the money guy right now.
'Dennis ended up coming back at one point and dragging me out of the store. I didn't want to go.'
I had my task, and that what was what I was doing.
'But Dennis wanted to create some hullabaloo out here on the corner.'
We're going to be down here and we have 125 wedding gowns and stuff.
They are really marked down.
And what I was saying was...
..that we have is...
Brian? Can you help me with my zipper?
Absolutely not. Are you serious?
-And you are doing this because...?
-I don't know.
-Are you ready to go to the wild side?
-I'm ready to go to the wild side.
-I can't hear you - are you ready to go to the wild side?
-I'm ready to go to the wild side!
Let's rock 'n' roll. Yipee-ei, yipee-ei, let's rock 'n' roll.
Dennis decided that it would be a good idea to go into this bar
and promote our red carpet sale.
I guarantee you played bars like this when you first started.
-It goes without saying.
Well, memories of men holding men.
-You know, dancing cheek to cheek.
-You are funny, bro.
Dennis was taking me back to my old club days, and we had some fun and some laughs.
And I got a better sense of who he is and I am realising that
I need to laugh with Dennis and at Dennis.
-What are your favourite songs that you always record?
-One of my favourite songs - Killing Time.
# Just killing time
# Is killing me
# Drinking myself blind
# Thinking I won't see
# That if I cross that line
# And they bury me
# Well, I might just find out I'll be killing time for eternity. #
It just makes you want to drink. DENNIS LAUGHS
Oh, my gosh. Oh, Preston!
So Preston showed up to decorate the whole place.
So we are very excited that he is here.
Let's put that in the corner for the time being.
Preston, whatever you need us to do, we want to help.
-We are at your beck and call.
-We are at your beck and call.
I so wish my mom was here today, because Preston did my wedding
and he did my mom's. Always had a great relationship.
He says every time I see him, "You changed my life.
"You gave me my career."
So I think, like, maybe the dresses across.
Let's put things where we want them to go.
-This is going to have flowers.
-Mm-hm. And we do not know what those guys have planned next door,
but I went today, and they had strippers standing outside.
I'm going to go and get some models.
We need to get some models to do it for free.
-Get some champagne and stuff like that.
I've got a friend who owns a bunch of clubs around the country.
He said, "You need any girls?" I said, "Yes. I need some girls."
He said, "I'll send you over a Russian girl."
Hey, Tom. Hey, one of the models.
Hello, how are you?
-She looks good.
-Absolutely. Hello, how are you?
-Nice to meet you.
-Where are you from? Romania?
-I was born in Russia. Moscow.
Oh, I love Russian bit... Girls. I'm sorry... So sorry.
Would you like to, maybe, find a dress and see,
find one that fits for tomorrow?
Try it on before the end of the day.
Bring her out, bring her out.
Very beautiful. Stunning. Very nice. Thank you.
'I think the day went great. Everybody did an amazing job.'
The whole team was kicking ass. And taking names.
-That was awesome.
-I am so excited. Dennis wants to get going.
-I'm right behind you.
See you, Jesse. Thanks, man. Awesome day.
We got like 150 things happening tomorrow morning at eight o'clock.
And it will just transform instantly,
and by 11 o'clock, this will be a completely different room.
-We going to get a drink at the hotel?
-Are you ready?
-I'm out of here. Boom.
-Is this all of us coming in here?
-Yes, sir. I think so. Just us four.
What happened to Tom and Dennis?
This morning, I got down to the lobby,
and Tom and Dennis weren't there.
-I need to ring Tom Green's room.
-'We said, let's go. We have got to get to work.'
We have a task to do. If it is going to be four of us, fine.
-Yes, Tom Green. OK.
-Can I talk to him?
-Wake Dennis up and get the
-Are you serious?
-He wasn't up yet?
It didn't sound like it. I don't know.
It's all, "Hey, what's up?"
Not you! 'Well, I rode back to the hotel last night'
with Dennis and Tom...
and the Russian model.
-They said they were going down to the bar last night.
-Are you serious?
-They had that Russian girl with them.
-That Russian model.
-She ain't no Russian model.
And they were all going down to the bar and invited me along.
But I wanted to go call home.
'And then I found out later on'
Dennis and Tom left to go to a strip club.
And it looks like those guys had a pretty rocking night.
I'm just going to through it out there - I don't think Tom
really is the best project manager.
We need all hands working
and we're down to four.
Morning, everybody. Hey! Morning.
You know where you're going, right?
We are going to be making a lot of money today. It's very exciting.
This is going to be the biggest disaster
in the history of The Apprentice, a positive disaster.
We are basically on fire. I am so proud of my team.
So proud of this woman here. This woman, I am so proud of you!
For bringing in money for the team. That woman there is bringing money.
I can tell by the look on her face, she is showing up at the set soon...
with money...for KOTU - kings of the universe.
At one point in the game, we were saying to ourselves,
"OK, is KOTU maybe a little cheesy or whatever?"
Then I stopped and I said to myself, "KOTU? Whoa, boom! KOTU? Boom."
And I'm picking up some of the words that Dennis Rodman says,
because, essentially, I'm in love with Dennis Rodman.
I mean, completely in a masculine, friendly way, you know?
I love his style, I love his style.
I love Dennis Rodman's style. Whoa, whoa.
I'm so excited. Whoa, whoa.
This is exciting.
Oh, whoa, oh...
Well, if I fall, we now own Trump Plaza.
OK, very good.
'Yesterday I went out of town to do a lecture on survival,'
and I've learned a lot about survival from here,
so it was a good lecture. I'm so glad to be back.
Preston... Right on time!
When he opened the back and all those flowers started coming out...
-Is this all for us?
-It's not fair.
First of all, the smell hits you. And so, the smell of flowers, everybody's happy now.
-This is like every little girl's dream room.
-We're like, OK, it's going to be a good day.
This is so exciting.
-Whoever is handling money and tags has to stay put.
-That's right here? And this is where Annie's going to be.
-I'm happy to bring people in and help get them their dresses.
-Back and forth.
-Who's better, do you think, at wrangling - Natalie or Tionne?
Brande's great as project manager. She's very cool under pressure.
We're going to win.
'People underestimate Brande. She's smart and she's ambitious.'
And that's always a deadly combination when you put it with looks.
This is exciting.
It's literally going to transform itself in the next hour.
'This is, like, what else could possibly go wrong?'
I don't know where Tom and Dennis were, but they weren't with us.
Then our project manager shows up and he's still kind of a little bit drunk, I think,
from whatever happened last night.
I wonder if I can drink Herschel's orange juice, would that be fine? I don't think he wants it.
-You're the project manager.
-You know, what really is best for a hangover is cola.
-Why, were you out drinking last night?
I was thinking that's what you were using the orange juice for.
No, no, no, just having breakfast.
I just want to start by saying, honestly, guys, I'm so proud of all you guys.
I'm so happy that all you guys are, like, kicking ass and taking names.
'You know, the fact that Tom was late and really frazzled when he did get here...'
You know, if I put my "I'm Donald Trump" hat on right now,
I'd say that that's cause for termination.
'But if Tom is able to do that and still keep his team on task,'
and we win, then he was able to go out partying and pull it off.
Clint, I want to put you in charge of making sure these things don't fall off the windows.
Cane you...are you going to help me?
Absolutely. Hey, Jesse, who could come help Clint hang these things?
-Yeah, I don't have time to do that.
-OK, let's have a meeting.
-..help him tape up the signs and...
-Want me to hang them by myself?
-All right. Herschel, you...
I want to put you in charge of even organising that.
'My goal as project manager was to observe our team.'
I'd sit back and I'd watch everybody and I'd encourage them
but not criticise or critique them.
I wouldn't come in and tell them how to do their task.
If they don't have gaffer tape, just get back duct tape.
Here we go, we're back, we're back.
-No later than ten o'clock.
I'm not sure if Tom should be the leader of anything.
He's not a hands-on PM.
But when it comes down to that he may get kicked off,
he's got to learn to be hands-on.
Fortunately for Tom, he has people on this team
that can lead without a leader.
'Hopefully, Herschel and Clint were able to bring in the big money that they promised,'
because, ultimately, this is really about who is going to make the most money.
You want to get a count of how many actual dresses we need
for your big money donor?
That's actually Brian's job.
I've asked him to make sure that he has created a document
that has what our perceived big money donors are.
-So ask Brian for that number.
-Brian's out at the supermarket getting stuff.
-OK. We need him to get back.
Do we have a number on there?
Brian McKnight basically didn't do his job the way he was told to do it.
He was told to focus only on the money
and the inventory and the accounting.
'Instead, he was running around, buying champagne,
'doing all sort of things that anybody else on the team could have done.'
What are you thinking?
-They got a line of people, already.
-Why don't you pass some flyers out to those people?
-God, I wish Brian would just get here. I mean, we kinda...
-Go, before they let them in.
'Five minutes before the doors opened,'
he wasn't even back yet from doing whatever he had decided on his own to do.
'I didn't ask him to leave.'
-Rock 'n' roll, sir, rock 'n' roll.
-Take this, take this.
-You know... You understand everything you need about the account?
-Watch out, watch out.
-About the account?
-Cos that's your main focus.
-I got it.
-We can't have that get screwed up.
-You're in charge of that, remember. Right, Brian?
-That's right, Tom.
-OK, thank you, thank you, sir.
6th and 20th is right down the street, right next block over,
-that's where all the bridal registries and everything are.
We should probably go over there. Can you get Dennis down to do it?
-Erm, I can't get Dennis, cos...
-Did you call his room?
The hotel's calling him every five minutes.
-Can you call?
-I called. I went to his room physically
and knocked on the door.
I banged on the door.
Dennis's guy called,
said he's having a lot of trouble with his eyes this morning
and he's not going to be coming in.
'Dennis is the most recognisable person in our whole regime here.'
So if we don't have him, I think it's detrimental,
and if we do have him, it can be,
but I think it is better when he's there.
That's awesome. This is, like, sleek, minimalist, modern.
'We really did pay a lot of attention to our presentation.'
When you do something minimal,
sometimes you don't see that right away.
'But people walking by probably got the impression they'd get a good deal in here.'
We can start selling now, guys. Let's make some money.
Let's make some money.
Everybody, let the customers in. It's 11!
Hello. Welcome, welcome. Come in, please.
Do you know how amazing it is to walk into a dull, dingy space
and have it absolutely transformed?
A wedding that can be pulled together in two-and-a-half hours
at this age is very important. It's good to get it done
before the groom dries.
Size 12s are here. Changing rooms...
-Are you looking for a wedding dress?
-Yes, my wedding's in September.
-I want it to be really traditional.
-Yeah, this is perfect, then.
This is the most traditional, classic one.
Here. Look at this. Throw it on!
You want it to be a positive, attractive experience.
'I think we're more sensitive to what women want, especially...'
how important their wedding dresses are to them.
-Look at that!
-How fabulous is that?
-She loves it.
OK, good. Let's do it.
You're going to be our first girl that cries!
Oh, my God! Don't start, cos then we're going to start.
That means that's the one.
Oh, my God, you're going to make me cry.
I love watching brides find a dress.
'The thing that really surprised me is the fact that'
there's actually girls coming in and buying wedding dresses.
We were so surprised. We are actual bridal consultants,
fitting the girls and helping them pick out dresses.
Did you get it?!
That's so... You looked so...
I didn't want to push you with such a big decision.
'For me, it's exhilarating'
to actually get the gown, get it on the girl,
make her turn around, explain to her mother why this will work.
I love all that. I was on a total high.
-I'm so happy.
It's great, great, great. Congratulations.
I'm a six to eight, although sometimes the gowns...
-A six would be an eight in a wedding gown.
Ladies! Ladies! Ladies!
Come here for a second. Come here! Come here!
-Come on over here.
-No, no, no, no.
-Come say hi to me.
-They're trying to steal our customers!
-What's your name?
-Courtney. Nice to meet you.
-Nice to meet you too.
-We're going a different route.
-What's that route?
High-profile corporate sponsorship.
We've got big-time money showing up right now.
You're going to need it.
-How did you end up in here?!
You're in the wrong place.
-No, don't listen to him.
-You took our model.
-This is our model.
No, this is our model. She came in yesterday. You guys took our model.
-Come on! We're in a competition.
'We had this really pretty model from Moscow,'
and she's just a very sweet girl.
'That's a girl that Dennis and I were with last night.'
We had some dinner with her and made sure she was, you know, happy.
'The girl got taken in to the ladies' store.'
-Stand out here, OK?
-Wait, wait, wait. This is our dress.
Let her take it back and get her clothes on.
You guys must be ashamed of yourselves,
making this lovely lady run around.
Not at all. If she's that stupid...
They're just joking.
'Somebody said, "Well, why did you go in the wrong store?" '
Then Joan said, "That's because she's stupid."
Joan was making a joke and being Joan.
'It was funny. The girl wasn't offended or anything like that.'
But, you know, it's psychological warfare.
If you can make people feel a little bit bad sometimes, that's good.
-You guys took our model.
-The poor girl.
Joan just called her stupid to her face. She's upset.
She's actually started to cry.
-Are you serious?
-No, no, I'm serious.
We went out with her last night and had a real nice night.
It's OK, she'll be fine.
She's from Russia, so she just didn't understand what was going on.
-Joan said, "Oh, she's stupid."
So I went back to the dressing room
'where nobody could see her and I spoke to her in the corner and said,'
"Can you act?"
Pretend that Joan made you cry.
They'll all think that you're really upset.
You're going to make me cry.
Hold on. Hold on. Just take care of it.
So, I'm sorry that somebody called you stupid.
-That was not nice.
-It wasn't nice at all.
It was not nice at all.
So that should not have happened.
'Brande said, "Are you OK?" And our model said...'
"No, I'm not... I'm not...
'almost started to tear up.'
So you're going to go over there and get changed and have some fun
and be beautiful, cos you are.
OK? OK. You're a beautiful girl.
Hey, how are you doing?
'Do you know, men are excellent merchandisers,
'but this group of men are not.'
The store was not very attractive. It wasn't...
It had grey curtains. It was not very inviting
for somebody buying a wedding gown,
which is really a special event.
I'm doing good. How's it going?
Clint is our head of fundraising, so he's been working the telephone...
Dennis is sick. He has something wrong with his eyes,
so they sent a doctor to his hotel.
'Dennis says he's sick. He's got a problem with his eyes.'
I guess so. Evidently, it's serious enough
that he didn't want to show up for the team.
Something was wrong with his eye.
The doctor's been sent to his hotel room. OK.
-Hopefully he's OK.
-Well, we'll see.
-Good to see you!
-How's the team working?
Everyone's working very well together.
The women's store is very attractive.
The way they have it laid out is a much more inviting place
for someone to pick out a wedding gown.
I think they made it more of an entertainment experience.
Whereas the men, it was just trying on a dress.
Champagne, ladies! Ladies! How are you? Free champagne.
The first thing I thought of this morning
'was I had to put on my slickest, most expensive-looking suit.'
I had to look the part.
Whether you need it or not, you look damn good.
-Oh, why thank you.
'I made suggestions.'
I gave them a male's point of view
that I'm sure the girls could not give them.
I like it, because it's about you. The other dress is about the dress.
Saying somebody looks nice
'and then having a man, who's a man's man, tell you that
'is a whole different ball game.'
We needed to feed their egos.
You look great.
I could do this, it would almost be at our cost, at around 600.
-It's a good deal.
-It is a good deal.
I would love to give it to you for 750,
but I'll give it to you for 700.
Goal score, wow!
This is the one.
Y'all come in to the right. Keep walking this way, keep walking.
-OK, we'll check out your dresses.
-Check this raiment out first.
How y'all doing? Y'all care to meet the best guys here?
There was one point in the day when there was nobody out front,
and the men were out front grabbing customers.
Do you have anybody in there?
I tell you, our store is packed.
But if you want to buy something, you can.
We got too many people in here, but it's OK.
There's a lot of people in there.
-It looks pretty serious when you walk in there.
-I'm counting customers.
It's amazing that they're all in our store, because they have no people.
I know - don't tell him that.
It got to be in the middle of the day, and we had nobody,
and the guys had people.
So, I'm not sure what's going on in their room.
'I don't know how much money Tom's bringing in,'
cos I know he's bringing in a lot.
You guys, the guys' store is full of people.
'I don't know.'
I'm a little nervous, because I thought we were going
to have a lot more money than this.
We've only got a few hours to go, so it's nerve-racking.
Now, make sure you can see the train off to the side there.
-Come on in, we're open.
We've got to have somebody outside.
The boys have a ton of people in their store,
and nobody's pulling people over.
The task was to sell as many wedding dresses as possible,
and we had no-one in the store.
You don't sit down when you've got to make your quota.
-We're going to stand out on the street.
-Right in front of there.
Come on, Claud, make sure they understand not to walk into theirs.
Don't go to the boys' side! Girls only! Girls only!
-The boys suck! I'm telling you, it's not worth your while - they suck
-Come on in here.
-Do any of you want champagne and food at our store?
-No, no, y'all going too far!
-Go with Joan Rivers! Go with Joan Rivers!
-Hey, you cannot do that! Hey!
-Joan can do whatever she wants.
Why are you guys doing business in front of our store?
Because it's working.
-Next door, they're
-Are you going to buy a dress today?
-We're looking for a friend.
That would be nice, to buy one for a friend.
It'll be a real fun story too.
-Which one of you is going to be paying?
-Do you have your credit card here?
-I feel a little accosted right now.
Yeah, I know, but this is down to the wire.
We close at two. We're in a competition.
Whoever sells the most wins, and we've got to sell now.
I think that we are selling some wedding dresses today, man,
and I think we have some of our big donors about to arrive,
so we are going to knock it out of the park in the final hour.
Do you have any idea how the ladies are doing next door?
They're probably getting more retail sales off the street,
probably because people are excited to see Joan Rivers,
but hopefully we can win it with the corporate funding.
I imagine they have some of that too.
Hopefully, Herschel's got the 30 he said,
and if I've got the 40 or 45 I've said, I mean, that puts us...
I think we're going to win if you got that.
We're going to have fun tonight watching the ladies in the boardroom.
This is about making money, period.
'The problem was getting money into New York and in time, by 2 o'clock.'
-I made you promise.
-The cheques are here.
-The cheques are here!
What's the name of the person with the cheques?
They're coming from several buyers around the country,
but our gentleman has just arrived. Brad?
How are you doing?
We have a cheque here from Sound Image for 5,000.
From South Image, 5,000!
Who's this one from? This is exciting.
-It's for 5,000.
-5,000, ladies and gentlemen!
We have a cheque here from a fantastic country-music artist
and good friend, Tim McGraw, for 5,000.
Tim McGraw, ladies and gentlemen!
'I was able to raise 35,000, which is well below the target.'
I'm just officially giving you possession of these dresses now.
There you go.
'Tom gave me an over-the-moon target, hoping that if I miss the moon,'
I would at least fall and land on a star.
25,000 from QVC.
-You know, this is the perfect dress for some donor.
-Yes, it is.
-Does this work for you?
My friend, Perry Friedman,
he actually took the red-eye from Las Vegas last night to come in today.
-How much are you paying for a dress, 10,000?
Whatever has happened between me and my team,
I think now they understand that I'm really working very, very hard
to make sure this team wins and not just to make sure I'm safe.
-To help promote your charity.
-Thank you, thank you so much.
Clint Black's cheques just showed up, and my cheques are still not here.
My guy needs to show up right away.
Do you not know I'm on a deadline?
I'm waiting for this money. I need it right away.
It's about time! Yeah, don't talk to the guys.
-Hi! We've got a beautiful bride.
Joe Francis was donating money and he actually couldn't come down here.
We were begging and screaming, but my sister happened to be here
and so she came down as a representative for Joe.
-We only have 20 minutes, let's go.
-This is gorge.
-Yes, now, you pick one for Kim.
-Where's the sixes?
-Right over here.
-Let's go to a ten.
-You're buying this dress for five Gs.
OK, guys, we have nine minutes! Nine minutes!
'I felt fairly confident, because we had brought in so much money.
'It was very exciting.'
But I still had this worry about the guys,
because they're going to pull out all their cards for this one,
'because they know it's do or die by this point.'
It's crunch time. This is crunch time.
This is the fourth quarter.
Going into fourth quarter with about two minutes left.
This is a two-minute warning. So, they've got to hurry.
Two-minute warning. They need to hurry.
Where in the heck is my guy?
Is there anybody we can call to find the person?
I should have called a runner to get a guy here.
-He should be here, though.
He's got to come quick now. It's getting a little crazy.
It's getting a little crazy.
Come in. Hey, we got some more here.
Ladies and gentlemen, let's have a hand for Herschel Walker!
We have purchased for charity today, for...
How many have we got here? Wait a second...
-16,000, right here.
-16,000, ladies and gentlemen!
Herschel Walker, our hero fundraiser today
with Clint Black, our other hero fundraiser today.
'We'd need a victory right now.'
I know we raised money -
it's just whether we raise more money than the women.
'I'm not 100% sure.
'We haven't added it up yet, but I think we brought in a lot of money.'
Thank you, everybody. I think this has been a very successful day.
We really appreciate all the help for charity.
-Thank you, guys, thank you.
How did you do, Brande?
Well, I think that we did excellent and I really don't think
-we could have done any better.
-Why do you say that?
Because I have an extremely strong team,
and we all worked so well together.
-Who did a poor job?
-I don't think anybody did a poor job.
Who was your star?
Melissa and Annie.
-Are you proud of your daughter, Joan?
-I know this, Don.
Would you rather be fired before her or after her? Seriously?
Truly, as far as work goes, I will be fired ahead of her.
-We'll see, but she's doing very well, Joan.
-She's a killer.
-Melissa, who was the star of your team?
-It would be hard to pick.
From what I saw, everybody pulled their weight completely.
-And then some.
-And then some.
I guess it starts from the top down, so I'll have to go with Brande.
The women seem to have a pretty good relationship.
You know what, brother, it's amazing how people are so predictable.
-These girls talk
-with each other when they leave.
They did it yesterday, then they come here and start
kissing ass, because you're sitting right there. That's amazing.
-I don't know where you get your information.
-That's my life.
I know, that's amazing. They sit there, talking all this crap.
OK. Tom, how did your team do?
-I think we did great.
-Who did a poor job?
-Everybody did a great job.
It really was a great team effort.
I just think Clint and Herschel were heroes. I would call them
heroes of this task, and they really kicked in and did a great job. Thanks, guys.
Yeah, I think we did good.
Dennis, did you have a disadvantage, competing with Joan Rivers and some of these folks,
where it's their business? Joan is one of the great salespeople of all time,
whether it's dresses or jewellery or whatever it might be.
Well, as you just pointed out, a major point right there,
women are very creative, in the sense of weddings -
they take pride in looking good in a gown.
You are a formidable team, though.
I look at your team, and you have some very strong personalities,
so don't undersell yourself. The women are strong, but I think you are as well.
Claudia, do you think you had a big advantage, like, innate advantage?
I think the men could have used their celebrity as an advantage,
because women like men. I mean, they have some good-looking men, they have Dennis Rodman...
I remember years ago when Dennis wore the wedding dress, it was a big story.
Did you use Dennis's celebrity for your event?
I did, in the sense that Dennis raised some money walking around on the streets,
getting people excited about coming down. Unfortunately, Dennis had an allergic reaction,
his eye was hurt today.
-Reaction to what?
-I'm allergic to cats and certain animals.
-Yeah, not like those cats!
-Certainly not allergic to them.
You might be interested to know what happened - first, I would like to say, Dennis and I are becoming
-pretty good friends. Is that all right to say that?
We went out last night and we met some dot com billionaires... or were they millionaires?
They were billionaires. But they are not any more. So, go ahead.
It was the billionaires' dogs that gave you the allergic reaction.
-Wait a minute - was it cats or dogs?
-OK, who cares?
What does Dennis's allergic reaction have to do...? You brought that up.
Just because I wanted... You know, he was very sick today - a doctor came...
-But, Tom, he wasn't there.
-I know, that's why...
So say it like it is - he wasn't there.
Whether it was an allergic reaction or not, he wasn't there.
But he worked hard yesterday, so...
Herschel, was Dennis not there and why wasn't he there?
Today, I wasn't sure why he was not there.
Yesterday, Dennis and I hit the streets, we did what Dennis...
-I'm not sure what we did, but we...
-What did you do, Herschel?
I'm trying to think, what did we do? You explain it, Dennis.
-Dennis, go ahead.
-I'm not chicken
-I'll say it.
My job was to do one thing yesterday, to be the billboard.
-So let me go out and be the poster boy, that's my element.
-So, you and Herschel hit the bars, not the streets?
-We hit the streets.
-I was told to go with Dennis.
What do you think of him as a leader, Herschel?
-You know, he did the best he could.
-But what does that mean? That's not exactly a ringing endorsement.
What do you think of Tom as a leader?
He wouldn't be on my A team.
One thing I want to know.
I saw your store and I want to know,
who was your interior decorator? Stevie Wonder?
This is supposed to be a happy event - I didn't see anything there that was happy.
-What do you think of your store?
We thought if the store looked minimal, and it was more about the attention on the dresses,
that it would look almost more like a clearing house.
-The way I heard, the women's store was fantastic.
-Thanks to Melissa.
I heard Melissa also sold a lot of dresses, but you know what?
Here's the bad news. They sold a lot of dresses too,
and I know for a fact they raised a lot of money.
-Are you scared?
-You're scared, cos you're the team leader,
and what does that mean? Generally speaking, the team leader gets fired.
I think it's time to find out.
Ivanka, RK Bridal donated the dresses - how many did the men sell?
-The men sold 21 dresses for a grand total of 63,450.
George, how many did the women sell?
The women sold 22 dresses
Brande, you're safe.
You know, the women are really kicking ass, I mean, every week now.
Well, let me just tell you what that all means.
You won 167,000 for your charity. Brande, what is your charity?
California Police Youth Charities. It's for at-risk children that live in low-income neighbourhoods,
that don't have money to go to college, and they give out scholarships and...
They're going to like you a lot. They already do, but they're going to like you a lot.
Right, get out of here, good. Congratulations. Very good job.
And what's going on with you guys?
Sadly, somebody is going to be fired.
-Cheers! We pulled together and we did a good job.
-Good job. Great job.
-I cannot believe it -
we won 167,000. That's huge.
Let's go for a forfeit.
'My charity, California Police Youth Charities,'
is going to benefit from it so much. I'm just so proud and so excited
to be able to hand that cheque over to them.
Fellas, I'm a little embarrassed for you - this is the third week in a row, and that's a lot of losses.
Yeah, it's embarrassing.
And they won easily too, they won by a lot. What happened?
I had a really difficult thing to deal with. People were really arguing over the first two weeks.
Big arguments, constant bickering. And I was working at a real deficit,
so I said in the morning, "Let's try to keep it positive today, let's not argue and let's focus on our jobs."
-Who would you blame for the loss?
-You know what?
Although we were able to get everybody working on their own tasks,
they still often refused to stay working on their task and would go do other things.
Brian's job was exclusively supposed to be dealing with the money...
-Did he do a good job?
-He didn't perfectly do a good job, no,
cos he did some things wrong that I requested he did not do.
-Brian, what do you say about that?
-He went off to buy champagne and then...
-Champagne for who?
-To give out to the...
-So that's not such a bad idea.
But the problem is, he didn't show up to the task until...
-Are you blaming this on Brian?
-No, I'm not.
-You say Brian didn't show up,
but Dennis didn't show up either.
-Yeah, well, that's a medical thing.
-You kidding me?
If it could be determined it wasn't medical, I would be very mad about that.
-Do you think it was a medical thing?
-Well, I don't know.
There was a doctor called, he said he had a problem with his eye. I don't want
-to accuse him of ditching us.
-You claim you were at an automatic disadvantage, which you are,
you have a deficit in terms of the number of people on your team,
relative to the females. Losing an additional person...
I was very disappointed that Dennis didn't show up. He said it was a medical thing.
When you weren't there? He wasn't even there.
-Go ahead, Brian, what?
-He wasn't even there.
-Wait a minute, why were you late?
They called my room, they thought I overslept and then they started talking about...
You are the team leader - there can't even be a perception that you overslept.
-Brian, what do you say?
-He wasn't there. We waited, he wasn't there.
-We had to go on.
-I don't think you are a great team leader.
-Clint, what do you think?
-I know you are going to ask me some tough questions.
But, actually, you did a good job, because you raised more money than anybody, I think.
-Is that correct?
-I believe it is.
35,000, individually, that's pretty good. If everybody did that,
-you would have won this, easily.
-I actually heard Clint on the phone for five minutes
with one person - it was like sucking blood from a stone,
but you were really after him, trying to make that sale, so I respect that.
I would say this, I had two Fortune 500 companies on the line,
and you've got to talk to them, because to get them to give you money...
Herschel, Herschel. Good job. Because you raised a lot of money.
What do you think of Dennis's job?
I don't do what Dennis does...
Because I don't think Tom is sure why Dennis didn't show up.
None of my employees drink on a job.
I agree, that's wonderful - who cares, at this point?
-Didn't you go to bars with Dennis?
-I had to.
Because I have a reputation as well, that once he goes in, I wanted
to make sure that people didn't get a bad example of what was going on.
So I came back out, just to make sure everything was cool.
-When we left and stopped...
-Were you a babysitter?
Yeah, you could say that.
-Do you think Dennis was hung-over, as opposed to something else?
-Who was knocking on his door?
-I don't know. We called Tom....
If you have an eye infection and someone knocks, you open the door.
I was knocking at his door for about half an hour, that's why I was late.
I will say this, though, and, Tom, I'm not throwing you under the bus.
-When I got there...
-And then watch(!)
No, I asked Tom if he got Dennis up, cos Tom was late,
and, Tom, you told me, said, no, he didn't get Dennis up.
-No, I went to Dennis' room...
-Why didn't you get Dennis up?
..I banged on the door, I went to the front lobby and I said I had to...
-Was he in the room?
-I don't know.
-How long did you bang on the door?
-About 20 minutes.
-Isn't it possible he wasn't there?
-Were you in the room, Dennis?
-So I went...
-So why didn't you answer the door?
-I didn't want to be bothered.
-Huh? You don't want to be bothered?
-You knew it was him knocking?
-I didn't know who it was.
Did you not want to be bothered, like, to hell with the task, to hell with the team?
-No, nothing about that.
-I didn't realise he was in the room not answering, I just thought he was...
-You just found that out?
-I didn't answer, cos I don't want people to see my eyes like that.
-They can't see your eyes, cos you're wearing sunglasses!
-I'm sorry, see my eyes?
-Yeah, they look good.
-They look good, Dennis.
So what do we think really happened? A cat reaction?
-They said it was a cat and a dog.
-Once a cat, once a dog.
-Yeah, which one was it?
-It wasn't any - it was a girl named Kitty.
-Or some bitch?
-Yeah, or some bitch.
-'Did you refuse to see a doctor?'
-Did they send a doctor to see you and you refused to see them?
I refused to see one when I was playing MBA!
The same thing, because I know my condition. Yes, my eyes are swollen.
I just have to wait a couple of hours. Most people get allergies
and stuff like that, take some pills, OK, four or five hours...
You don't think it was appropriate to tell Tom, who was knocking a long time and making a jerk of himself?
I can just see this in the hall, where people look, "There's Tom!
"That's wonderful! He's knocking!" You don't think it was disrespectful
not to just...not even open the door? Just talk through the door and say,
"Tom, I'm not feeling good"?
-I don't think Dennis wants to get fired.
-So he'd have shown up with his swollen-ass eyes!
-Dennis works when he wants to.
-He's a diva!
-When the task is amusing to him, he enjoys it.
That's how he played basketball, depending if he was in the mood.
I also went to the front desk of the hotel, I asked them if they could
call his room every five minutes until he woke up and have him...
As the leader, wouldn't you want to respect him more? You didn't do that to Phil Jackson or Michael Jordan.
You respected Michael Jordan a lot, I know that for a fact.
You respected Phil Jackson. If Phil Jackson's knocking on your door, you open it, is that right?
-Can I answer that question honestly? No.
-But what it is,
-Michael Jordan did the same thing...
-A piece of work! If Michael Jordan knocks on your door, do you open it?
-I do not open the door.
-You say, "Michael, screw you"?
-Is that a mood thing, Dennis?
Not a mood thing, it's like saying, "You know what, today I don't feel good,
"can you guys help me?" That's what a team is all about. No matter who's out, who's injured, this, this,
-you respect that, when you're sick, someone's going, "Hey, we're going to work..."
-But if you don't
communicate that you're sick, it just seems like you're not showing up.
Clint, let me ask you this, if you were me, who would you fire?
Well, er, you know, I-I think that, er...
I think you're doing such a great job of getting to the story here,
if I were you, I would have still more questions and, er...
But would you fire the project manager or would you fire Dennis? Just out of curiosity.
-In this situation with just the two of them?
-If I were Donald Trump, and this were my company,
I would've made him produce at least three doctors to say the same thing.
-Yeah, maybe, his attitude.
-No, for sure, Dennis is going.
-I don't think so.
-Five bucks, five bucks, come on.
-Five bucks on who?
I'm taking Dennis, she has Tom.
Jesse, what would you do if you were me? You see what's going on, what would you do?
-Fire Dennis and Tom.
-You'd fire both?
-Tom because he wasn't a very good leader?
-Tom because he didn't get up this morning either.
-I had to call and wake him up and I had to tell him...
-That's not true.
..when I woke him up to wake up Dennis. And then I reminded Tom,
-probably at least 20 times today, to call Dennis to come down...
-No, you didn't wake me up.
-I was in my room dressed.
-I heard you were very late, Tom.
-In all fairness, you're the team leader, I heard you were very late.
because everybody had specific tasks that they had to do and they were all supposed to do them.
-It was all taken care of.
-They did leave without you, and it seems like
nobody believes you were actually knocking for that period of time,
and I think there's a little scapegoat thing going on, in that it's convenient Dennis overslept.
-I wasn't overslept, guys.
-So what was the problem, Dennis?
-I did not answer the door.
-I cannot say anything...
-How not? Someone's knocking for 25 minutes,
-you don't answer and can't explain?
-I did not answer the door...
But I mean, do you mind not being led or do you mind being led?
I mean, is leadership something like,
-"Nobody's going to tell me what to do ever"?
I've got to say, you know what... What do you want me to say?
Dennis, Dennis, I mean, are you capable...?
Look, take a great leader like Phil Jackson, can you be led?
-I play like this...
-He had a lot of problems, it wasn't easy for him. It wasn't easy for him.
-Not with me.
Not with me. That's one thing you never heard about Dennis Rodman. There was no problem.
It wasn't nothing. Dennis Rodman, anyone who works, has not a problem.
-I'm not even a bad guy. All you hear about Dennis is...
-But do you have a problem
-with somebody leading you, if you respect that person?
-No, I don't.
These guys will say negative things about me, but I'm the first guy...
Do you have a problem with Tom leading you?
I have a problem with nobody leading me. Nobody, Tom, not even close.
-If you were me, do I fire you or do I fire Tom?
No, you tell me, Dennis. Do I fire you or do I fire Tom?
You were late, didn't produce much and wouldn't listen to anybody
and you certainly wouldn't listen to Tom. Do I fire you or do I fire Tom?
-Do I fire you or do I fire Tom?
-If I want to stay, I say fire Tom.
I'd like to say something about Tom. I was down in the store and asked
about Dennis, and you were very, very protective.
You didn't even seem upset that he wasn't there.
I was upset, but I'd been told...
-Like I said...
-I asked you directly.
-I asked you directly where he was. Remember that?
And Dennis had an infection, he couldn't show up, you did not seem
-the least bit concerned he wasn't there.
-There was nothing like,
"I knocked for 20 minutes," nothing that he was there or that you were late.
-It's just like you protected him like it's OK.
-Is that true?
No, the thing is, whenever something negative has happened
over the last two weeks, people dwell on it, and it turns into a big fight
and wastes time and goes on and on, so I tried to keep things positive.
What did Dennis produce? Let me ask you this.
I know what Clinton did, I know what Herschel did. What did Dennis do?
-He did bring some money down.
-Did he bring money?
-His agent had several people...
-And what did you do, Tom?
-Did you bring money down?
-I didn't. I was organising everybody.
-You didn't organise very well, I'll be honest. You had a lousy-looking store.
You had no control over Dennis, not that anybody can control Dennis,
-I'm not sure he can be controlled, but you had no control over Dennis.
-And you didn't bring any money in.
-I took a non-traditional approach.
You couldn't control him, brought in no money and had a lousy-looking store.
-You weren't much of a team leader.
-When you say I'm a bad leader...
-You're not a GOOD leader!
-You could've been fired last week.
You didn't get along with your team. This week, you're worse
and you're the project manager, with a guy who didn't show, but also under your leadership.
-I think there's a misunderstanding...
-Frankly, you want to know the truth?
I think Jesse said it. I think I should fire maybe both of them.
-Clint, if you were me, who would you fire?
-I'd fire both of them.
-I think, when Tom didn't show up this morning, that showed that he wasn't ready...
-Who would you fire?
-Who would you fire between the two of them?
Tom, Tom period.
You would fire Tom because he was a lousy project manager?
And frankly, you were lousy last week, Tom.
Tom, you're fired, go.
You were lousy last week, lousy this week, we have to do it. Go.
-All right. That's fine.
-That's it, go, get out!
-Good! Go, out!
TOM: Thanks, guys(!)
-Try a little harder, will you, Dennis, please?
-I will try.
-'I will try.'
-Oh, my God.
-My God, that was brutal.
I owe you five bucks, Brande! Somehow, some way.
Excuse me, Tom? Wrong elevator.
-He just wouldn't lead.
-I think that's right. I think he also
-showed poor leadership sleeping in.
-We did the right thing.
Well, I've got to admit, I'm a little surprised.
I didn't think I was going to get fired.
But that's the way the cards fell on the table.
I thought I had the potential to win this game, but that's cool.
And, er, I guess I just I am a little surprised right now, a little surprised.
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