American version of the business competition. The teams are tasked with creating a celebrity workout class for a chain of fitness centres.
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Previously, on Celebrity Apprentice... Sharon's illness kept her out of the game.
Sharon's still not here, I don't know what's happening with Sharon.
And, special guest country music star Trace Adkins
joined as Mr Trump's eyes and ears.
You're going to make over two young country artists.
On Tenacity, project manager Cyndi Lauper
struggled to keep control of her team.
Do you think that I stepped on you when I was, when I was the manager?
-I let everybody do what they wanted.
-Cyndi, I'm just...
You're not even letting me finish my thought.
She just blew off anything we had to say. And I mean anything.
You're blocking me,
-I don't understand where that's coming from.
-I'm not blocking you.
project manager Goldberg handed creative control to Bret Michaels.
Don't start thinking of tractors and hay bales.
You have to defer to the experts.
It makes me feel a little useless.
After meeting rising stars Emily West and Luke Bryan...
Nice to meet you. Yeah, yeah.
..the tension between Cyndi and her team escalated.
Can you do a couple where you look off?
Please step out.
While the men had a struggle of their own.
It's way out of my box.
We're meant to be giving him a makeover.
He doesn't want to look any different.
In the end, both teams brought out the best in their artists.
APPLAUSE AND CHEERING
But, back in the boardroom, the women brought out their worst.
Did Maria help you?
She just sticks herself in there when she shouldn't.
Girls just want to be mean.
Comparing both teams' work, Sharon didn't hold back.
They did a much better job.
But, in spite of Sharon's observations, the women triumphed.
You're gonna get 20,000.
Thank you so much.
Facing Mr Trump, the focus turned to Bret.
-Curtis, who would you fire?
-I'd fire Bret.
Because I think he did take on the responsibility.
In the end, it came down to Goldberg's decision
to become project manager.
I think, frankly, Bret should have been project manager.
Then I made the wrong decision.
All right, Goldberg, you're fired.
I don't feel right about it.
I don't feel right.
-But, I'm glad I won.
-I don't feel it's a sweet victory.
I'm sad that the men's team are down to two.
If those two go, and then it's just us lot,
-clawing at each other, it's like
-It's going to be ugly.
-That was... That sucked.
-Dude, that was, I'm gonna tell you something.
Don't take this wrong, I thought we won.
I'm not saying anything you did sucked. It's bittersweet.
Not a great day when you lose a friend.
But, I'm surely glad I didn't get fired cos, you know,
everyone, one day, has their comeuppance.
And I'm sure mine are coming, but I'm gonna fight till the end.
It was not a sweet victory.
I just feel like I want to go in there and say,
"I don't want to play any more."
I love working with women.
And I've always worked well with women.
But, my God,
I don't like the dynamic of what's going down with the women.
I don't like the vibe.
It's not nurturing. It's not supportive.
It's like, I've not been my best. It's not fun.
Sharon has been sick but, honestly,
we've all come here to win money for our charity.
And we are busting our ass.
I have to say, I'll speak for myself, it's annoying.
And I just, I just feel it's time for me to go. I just do.
It's time for me to go.
# Money, money, money!
# Money! #
Come in. How are you, darling?
-How are you?
-I'm good. Oh, I got you all lipstick. Come on.
Gregory Lewis is the director of my True Colors fund.
I did this show for the True Colors fund.
-We love you for doing it.
-Thank you, sweetheart.
The True Colors fund brings awareness
to the gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual community.
You've been such a champion for the community.
You've used your celebrity always to talk about
and advocate for the underdog, and to advocate for equality.
There are teenagers that were thrown out of their house
because of who they were, because they were gay,
and they were on the streets.
So, we're about to open up the True Colors house.
It breaks ground in, by the end of the year.
And it will be built by the end of next year.
Well, the lost little ones on the street
will have a place to re-enter society
as a normal, healthy person who can contribute to our country.
'I've been made to feel so odd my whole life for who I am.
'I relate to these kids and I'm gonna help them.'
I was task leader, and I won.
-So, I got a cheque for you.
Oh, wow! That's amazing.
We're gonna get a proceeds from record sales
from these two kids from Nashville.
-So we'll get even more.
She surprised me with a very generous cheque.
Cyndi and I both share the same passion.
It's been extraordinary working with her,
helping fulfil her mission to bring equality to the LGBT community.
-See you mad side, I gotta get back to work.
It's kinda like "Apprentice Survivor."
Good. If it ever goes through the net, I'm in trouble.
Here, get a good one.
-Barron, take a swing.
-THEY ALL COO
Oh, that is so cute.
Good shot, Son. Give me five.
Oh, it's a driving range.
-Good morning, everybody.
Oh, my goodness! It's awesome.
With me is my beautiful wife, Melania, and my son, Barron,
a future business man and pro-golfer.
Now, Rocksolid, you've hit rock bottom. You know that.
You're stuck with two guys. The women have kicked your ass.
They've done OK.
So what we are going to do, Curtis, is we're taking you off Rocksolid
and putting you on the Tenacity team.
However, Maria, Sharon, you're going to Rocksolid.
So, switch up right now.
When Mr Trump said I was gonna be with Bret,
I'm like, "Whoo, thank God. I'm back in my world of rock and roll."
I'm like, "Yes!"
Curtis, I love you and all, but I'm liking these odds.
I said last night, "I want to go home."
But that was yesterday. Today is today.
Rock and roll over there.
Mr Trump, you're a genius!
We've been challenging you from a mental standpoint,
and now we are going to do something that's very physical.
You see Barron hitting golf balls up there.
I believe in physicality as well as the mental.
Your task is to create and run a workout class.
You'll come up with exercises, sell tickets, and hold classes.
You're going to each be doing it in a 24 Hour Fitness centre.
There will be two representatives from 24 Hour Fitness
observing your classes.
And, 24 Hour Fitness is going to give 24,000
to the team that creates the best celebrity workout.
Don and Ivanka will be my eyes and ears.
This is a money-raising task
so call all of your friends and come down.
Remember, it's for charity.
You all have good causes,
but the catch is, your big donors can't just send you a cheque.
Somebody must be there to take the class, or the money will not count.
The winning project manager
will get the money raised by both teams for their charity.
The losing project manager, or somebody on the team,
you know what's going to happen.
All right, pick your project managers.
-You decide, what do you think? You wanna... Sharon?
-I love the pick of Sharon, OK?
'When I heard it was a fundraiser, I gladly took it on.'
-Sharon, how do you think you are going to do?
I had colon cancer, and recovered.
And then decided that I needed to give something back,
so I started my own charity.
It's very personal for me,
and I don't want to go home with nothing for my charity.
Holly, who's your project manager? Holly? OK.
I'm fearful of going up against Sharon as a project manager
because she knows a lot of very important people.
-How do you think you're going to do, Holly?
-I think we'll do well.
But, I did not come here to walk away empty-handed.
I came here to fight for these families with autism.
And I came here to win.
-OK, go. Have a good time.
-I have a previous thing that I have to do with Lady Gaga.
I had to take off,
because I'm doing the press launch of the Viva Glam campaign.
You'll work that out with the team.
I'll be on the phone. OK, but I just wanna let you know. OK.
Bye, guys, have fun! I'll miss you.
It was time to break these teams up.
I was so tired of all of the drama on Team Tenacity.
-We are so excited to have you.
We've been deprived for long too long!
At noon, we have to meet with the graphic designer.
We've got two hours with him.
I want us to have our workouts more or less boxed off.
It was really important for me to show the women that
I mean business when I'm talking about business.
They've never worked with me,
so what's important is that you show that you're reliable.
Actions speak so much louder than words.
Curtis, you're like a breath of fresh Australian air.
I felt really, really good about where we were going
because, as soon as we got in the room,
Curtis took over in a lot of ways.
"Bam! We got this deadline. We got to do this. We need to do that."
He was just so on task.
How can we utilize Cyndi?
Cyndi is working with Lady Gaga today. You need to call Cyndi.
As project manager, I am tasking you to call Cyndi, and tell her now.
What's my job? I don't have a task. I don't know what I'm doing.
So I am tasked as the Cyndi whisperer.
It's really tough to get hold of her today, she's doing a lot of stuff.
Cyndi's like she doesn't know anyone with money, but she really does.
Tell her we need, like, 30 grand from her.
Cyndi, we love you.
Here's your task, darling.
We need you to raise 30,000.
'This is the second task that Cyndi has not been here the first day.
'I just feel like she's just getting a free pass every step of the way.'
I want Cyndi to do something on this task.
I don't want her to just skate by, and be off doing something else.
I want her to ask people for donations.
She needs to deliver Lady Gaga. Bottom line.
These people that are coming down, half my friends will be
in rock or business clothes.
You'll be like, leather jackets flapping in air.
I'm picturing out-of-shape agents coming down to work out.
'Talk about a breath of fresh air.'
It was just like, whoo, it was like going home.
You talk the same language. You have the same sensibilities
and I don't want to go back to the ladies. I don't want to go back.
OK, the name of our class, what is it?
What is our workout programme?
What are we advertising?
-This is my two cents.
24 Hour Fitness celebrity workout, right?
Our three names and "it will rock your worlds".
"Come out and sweat like a rock star."
Sweat like a rock star!
So you'll smell like one, you know what I mean?
When we got the rock and roll theme going, it was like, yeah.
The floodgates had opened, and all these ideas were coming.
-There we go.
WORKOUT MUSIC PLAYS
Now lift your leg, uh-huh.
Like this. Thrust. Now thrust.
Do a couple of these too.
And then you...
They'll laugh like hell, it'll be great.
Bending over and thrusting. That's what we do.
Hold on, hold on now!
I've been a bad boy.
I would say Rocksolid has taken on a new path.
It's a hot, perverted train wreck.
-"Wanna rock out with your
-out like a real rock star?
"Then you'd better pump up that weiner with Sharon..."
-Mrs O's pump-up-the-weiner workout!
Pump up the weiner, pump up the weiner.
And she bends in front of them.
SHE LAUGHS HYSTERICALLY
We're all like, "Hello!"
Ozzy's gonna see this and have me whacked.
Imagine over in the room right now,
"What we're going to do is a strategy list."
I just imagine, "Olympic gold medallist workout."
And then we've got deep-thigh thrusting!
We don't want it like they're gonna do.
ROCK MUSIC PLAYS
Curtis and I really stepped up to create the exercise,
because we have a lot of experience when it comes to exercising.
He's got experience from The Biggest Loser.
I have experience from working out my entire life.
Woo! Feel it.
You want that booty. You want that booty, Curtis?
The workout's super important.
Look, I'm a real believer that if you're going to offer something
to someone and ask them to pay for it,
whether it's a lot or a little bit, you need to deliver on it.
And what am I going to do? Jump.
The other thing that you've got to remember is 24 hour fitness
is being kind enough to us to allow this to have them in their space.
They don't want a mockery made out of their workout session.
I think we should have a whip and crack the whip.
-No, you should.
-I'll get it. I'll get it.
-You need the whip and crack the
-and when people are
-up you whip them.
No, you got to!
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Summer, in terms of the creative, how about "guns and buns"?
"Buns and guns?"
-It's pretty hot.
-It's specific for guys and girls.
-Cos girls will want...
-Guys are worried about their arms.
Tenacious buns and guns.
That rolling in of tenacious is always kind of good.
What we basically decided was we'd focus on two major muscle groups -
the bottom and the arms.
I probably know more about arms than I do butts.
Yeah, do you want to do guns?
-It might make my life easier.
I know you've got the best buns in the world.
No, no, no. Like I said, I don't really... I'll do buns.
Believe me, I want better buns.
As soon as we got some of our game plan together,
we made a decision between the three of us to immediately go over
and see the gym.
Want me to get that for you? Boom.
-How are you?
-I'm great. Nice to meet you. My name's Mickie.
Mickie is the personal fitness and aerobics trainer at 24 Hour Fitness.
Mickie is from Texas. And she's hot.
We just have to come out with the key words.
"Boot camp back to basics training," you know what I mean?
-Just those kind of key words.
-I like "rock star boot camp."
I would really love to put a little bit of fun into it.
-We have to.
-Like, "OK, five seconds of air guitar."
Now we have to marry why it's a rock star boot camp and the words.
Marry it with the actual exercise.
Five seconds of...you know.
-Yeah, of course.
-OK and switch, you know.
We didn't actually need the trainer
because you don't have to be a trained instructor.
You just have to make it fun for people.
That's what we're trying to do.
We can't come in here
and convince everybody that we are proper trainers, we're not.
I think because you've got an Olympic gold medallist,
Tenacity is going to be absolutely so professional it's not even funny.
How we going to beat the training that they actually do?
And we can't compete and we can't pretend that we can do it.
But what we can do is, we can get everybody to do exercise,
enjoy it, have fun.
-But if you started out with one, two, three, four.
And one, two, or if you're left handed.
-Or if you're Pete Townshend.
We are going for absolute broke on this.
-And get with the groupie.
-Groupie thrust. Groupie thrust.
-How about the lighter?. The lighter.
-It's the rock ballad.
We were giving them names, rock and roll names
to make it more fun.
And what's this called?
We could call it "bad seats at the arena."
So we wanted to make it like it was a whole experience
going in to see a live show.
This is called "the backstage pass," this is the "menage a trois."
-You gotta handle both of them!
-Many different angles.
And menage a trois. Menage a trois. Menage a trois.
And the flash. And the flash. And the flash.
I just want to be the backup dancer, you know what I'm saying?
The backup dancer. The hot bunk thrust.
You know, cos the bunks are only this big!
-So, the tour bus.
-The tour bus thrust.
The tour bus thrust! "Thrust" is the word of the day.
I think it's a genius idea.
Now bang the porcelain god.
And then you got that sort of hangover to the porcelain god.
See ya, bye.
I tasked Curtis and Summer to go to the gym.
Summer Sanders has won Olympic medals and Curtis,
behind that apron is a chiselled body
and I think that they are perfect to focus on the class.
But at the end, of the day, it's about money raised
and I'm good at that, so I'm working hard.
Calling in my favours.
We're looking for increments of anywhere from 20 to 25 to 50 grand.
What does that sound like to you? Well...
The charity we're playing for is the Hollyrod foundation and it's
a foundation that I started with my husband about 11 years ago.
We raise money to help families affected by autism.
We have a 12-year-old son with autism.
I'm really entrenched personally in Hollyrod foundation.
It's my baby.
I'm the project manager and this is my opportunity.
So that's the reason why I'm calling him now.
We take cashier's cheques, business cheques, whatever.
When Curtis and I got to the 24 Hour Fitness location,
we immediately met up with Shawn, our representative,
and Matt, the manager of the gym.
-Hi, welcome to 24 Hour Fitness.
-Nice to meet you.
We wanted to get a layout of our space.
We also wanted to see what equipment they were going to offer us.
So tell us what's the most popular workout?
-Boot camp classes are really popular.
So you could do a class that just includes movement
or dance kind of movements.
-And music plays a big role, right?
-Music plays a big roll.
Curtis and I are really trying to concentrate on winning
that 24,000 from 24 Hour Fitness because
I actually think that could be the difference in this task.
I tried to get as much information as possible so that we could
deliver something 24 Hour Fitness would really want.
You guys like those kinds of classes where...?
You want to make an interval based class?
An interval based is what we were going for.
Summer was getting great advice on how to structure our classes,
but there was so much stuff to do.
We had a limited amount of time.
-At noon we have to meet with the graphic designer.
I reckon we should probably head back and work it out from there.
So once we finish with the graphic designers at two,
we might head back here to have half an hour with you,
-just give you our ideas of where we're going with it.
You can give us a bit of feedback and we can lock down all that.
We'll aim to be back here before three.
I really wanted to stay at the gym a bit longer, and pick the brains
of the 24 Hour Fitness representatives.
I felt like we needed more information for our workout.
I just like to have that safety net that we have our moves,
you know, done correctly.
And I wasn't 100% sure that we had that down.
Cos now we've literally, in 15 minutes,
-we're sitting with the graphic designer.
-Hey, Milak, it's Holly.
I have a very big task that I'm project manager on.
So, basically I'm asking you for money.
I'll call and check with you a little bit later. OK.
-Hey, how are you?
So the graphic designer comes into the war room
and I had a little panic attack, a little mild moment of panic.
I was just like, "Why are you here? Don't talk to me."
I need Summer and Curtis.
We'll just try to call Summer and see if we have...
OK, here, oh! Summer left her phone! That's not good.
I needed her to get started on stuff,
but I haven't been as big a part of the creative.
I was so far from that action that I have no idea what's going on.
All right, well, I can't find Summer or Curtis, so that's never easy.
I'm just going to go ahead.
I don't have the measurements for the banner, but the... We...
OK, well the Tenacity logo, we're just going to go ahead
and maybe find...let's start with doing the, um...
I was just vamping with the graphic designer,
just because I wanted her to do something, but Summer and Curtis
had to get back here quickly so I could go back to raising money.
As soon as I hear from these guys, we're going to do a banner.
-Wondering where we were?
-Oh, my God!
-Here we are.
So why don't we take over, let you carry on with your...
Yeah, OK. OK, that's a good idea.
So I think we need to come up with a logo.
So, we were thinking with an incredible arm
and then we sort of did something like that.
"Celebrity workout." What do you think? I kind of like it.
So for the graphics, we followed through with their branding.
We co-branded Tenacity guns and buns with the 24 Hour Fitness logo.
Because they are corporately minded.
I just didn't want to take any chances with this one.
I wanted to make sure that it was right.
-Is that good?
When we finished up at the gym
and we got a good idea of what we were doing there,
we all flew back over here to meet with the graphic designer.
You're going to need a good sense of humour
when you see my graphic design thoughts.
-I like working with graphic designers.
Lindsay today was really talented, very cool... Very pretty.
Here's the three things we're looking for - three T-shirts for us,
the flyers, and backstage passes we can actually give them.
On the back of it will be a set list,
but we'll design it to look like a backstage pass.
-Like a VIP thing?
So I come up with this idea to make these backstage laminated passes
that the people that come to our class get to leave with, right?
That's rock and roll.
-Do backstage off like this.
-Yup, like that?
-On the side?
-I think there is great.
Got to be centred. Yes, that's great.
The backstage pass was just the most perfect rock and roll thing.
It's nice to take a little souvenir with you.
Maria trainer and something...
Trainer and deep thrust specialist?
-Diva thrust specialist.
-Diva thrust specialist.
Mrs O's personal motivation and cussing.
-We got Bret Michaels, I'll add more to mine.
-I don't even know how you spell that.
-I don't even either.
-Is there an "h" in there?
Oh, Bret, he is the gynaecoligal... Gynaecologal...
You know, one of those doctors that looks at your old privates.
He's definitely the master of that.
-They may not love this aspect.
All right, so did you want me to raise 30 grand by myself?
You know, I don't roll with the high rollers.
Like, I can't even call David Hasselhoff,
who I meet occasionally in the oddest places. Last time was...
First time was Hawaii, next time I was working in Paris
and there he was. And then, I was working on The Apprentice,
and there he was, and then one time I was talking about him,
I turned around and I saw a man that looked just like him, but wasn't.
So it was kind of a Hasselhoff sighting.
But I have no idea what time or where I'm sending them.
We don't, just so you know,
don't make them feel like they have to come.
They just have to cut a cheque.
Each donation has to be represented by a physical body.
-We're doing pretty well over here.
The guys, Summer and Curtis are, you know,
working the phones, calling people.
Well, keep in mind my mother's coming too.
And, I don't know how many squats she can do,
but, you know, she'll give it her best.
This is the second task that Cyndi has not been here the first day,
and come flying in the second day.
And then we have to sort of explain things to her
and that slows everybody down.
So, my concern is that she's going to come in
and not know what's going on.
-We'll check in a little bit later, OK?
We've got to see how many people we can all pull in.
The task this week was a celebrity workout
to raise as much money as possible.
I've got my list of people to call to make donations,
but our problem is grabbing people because none of them
are here in the city that are making donations.
People could donate,
but I needed somebody to stand in for that person in the class.
Our main thing is I can get the money,
you can get the people we need to show up.
If it was fundraising, I was ready to go.
However, that wasn't my job I was given by Sharon.
Janet, I need you to do a workout class at 24 hour fitness.
Write this address down.
I make a call to some of the smoking hot messes on Rock Of Love,
and a lot of my friends from New York and Philly and Boston.
And it was very important that I got them there.
-OK, you got it.
-You're going over everything now.
-For the printer?
I wanted to make sure that Bret was taking care of the flyers,
getting the flyers out.
-We're doing 500 flyers.
-And a sandwich board.
And getting the word out on the street about what we were doing.
If we can get it to him within the next hour...
He could do it tonight, that would be awesome.
-You need to get out of here.
-I'll call you within the hour.
It couldn't have been better timed that I was project manager,
and Ozzy happened to be going to an event with WWE that night.
The timing was so perfect.
They're a very generous organisation.
I think I can bring in quite a bit of money.
-I'll call you in an hour.
-Perfect, we'll see you later.
We got you... We got you covered.
I know with Ozzy and her, and their charity, they really believe in it.
I think they'll bring it.
I'll get the money.
-What's going on?
-Seems like an interesting task.
-This is a big part of what you do.
This should...you should have the roster pretty easy.
Well, it should be. I usually have a little bit more time though, Donald.
But, you know, I'm feeling good about it. I got these guys.
And I task them with making sure that the workout part was done,
and they're actually going to be conducting the classes.
And Curtis and Summer are making sure all our printing
and all our graphics are correct.
Holly's been hands off with the work out.
I think that probably makes sense given what she has,
in terms of a former Olympian.
But, you know, if it does come down to the workout
and it comes down to where she's raised a lot of money
but they lose the workout task because her management oversight
was not there, that could be a problem for her.
-So where's Cyndi?
-Cyndi is hanging out with Lady Gaga.
You know, this is the second time
that Cyndi has not been here for a full task.
Cyndi better be getting Lady Gaga if she's there doing with her today.
If she can't sell that one...
-I'm just worried that Cyndi's not selling it properly.
-It's always a concern.
-A lot of that is in the message, right?
Sharon right now is out there to bring some big money from the WWE
and Maria is right now putting together her whole routine.
She's going down to 24 Hour Fitness.
I'm going to the printers and just making sure our graphics
and printing and everything is done.
-This is awesome, thank you.
-You should be good to go.
-Great, hey, thanks again.
I'll see you in a few minutes.
-All right, thank you.
"Because it's fun. You...ll work your muscle and mind
"while moving to the music."
and it doesn't say "muscles." "Your muscle."
Even with all my good intentions, I misspelled a few words,
that I didn't check.
Look, I messed up so bad. Look, "because it's fun.
"You...ll work your muscle." We meant to say "muscles."
It was our fault.
Spelling may not be my... Grammar may not be my strong point,
I've realised. I'm going to work on that.
We're done. We love it!
In my life, if everything went smoothly,
I wouldn't know what to do with myself.
-Thank you so much. Thanks, buddy.
-Thank you for all your hard work.
You've helped our team kick some butt, man. It's great.
As always, in pure Bret Michaels fashion,
the creativity was a-churning and the time was a-burning,
with a few grammar screw-ups along the way.
-All right, I'll see you all later.
Oh, my gosh, you guys.
Already I've got, like, about seven pretty good solid big ones.
-Are you kidding me?
-Well, I'm hoping.
I mean like, that. I'm hoping.
If you come up with a donation,
then I'll find someone to do the work out for you.
-Yeah, we can do a credit card.
-This is a fundraising task.
And, with Holly and Curtis,
I quickly realised that I was the weak link.
This actress friend of mine named Alex Meneses,
she just gave 5,000.
Here's my good friend Holly, the killer fundraiser.
It's what she does.
We just got another five grand from Mercedes-Benz, Beverly Hills.
And Curtis is meticulous and organised,
but also very good businessman, who has lots of connections.
Scott, I'm with the rest of my team and I've just put you on speaker.
So, repeat what you just said.
I was just saying to Curtis we're going to go ahead
with the 20,000 for our contribution.
So I was feeling like if we lost this task,
that I was going to be the weak link.
I was going to be the one brought back into the boardroom.
I just felt like, "Wow, I really need to step up."
Can you help us with this and donate some cash?
OK, well I've got Miss Fundraiser right next to me,
and I'm not good at this,
but she's saying to me 20,000.
OK, well you tell me what you can do.
Summer doesn't like asking for money. Asking for money is not fun.
It's not fun, but it is an art.
And Summer can't do it.
Perfect. That is awesome. Five grand.
I just got 5,000.
So I think in terms of what we've got to achieve...
We should be close to leading.
We got a little bit caught up in fundraising.
I know my task wasn't to fundraise,
I had to get everything else organised.
We should get down there. We had a lot to get on with.
We had to do all the graphics.
We had to pick up T-shirts to the printer
and we also had to come up with our workouts.
All right, call me if you guys need me for anything.
-I'll just be sitting here.
-We'll see you back here.
I went straight to 24 hour fitness to watch Maria's workout routine,
see if she needed any help.
And, put the 8x10s up in the windows early.
I need to make sure that we have a huge crowd down there tomorrow.
Boom! Awesome. There we go out front.
Can I give you these, and just hit every business...? Work it.
Every business guy you see out there, you know what I mean?
Guys going by, women.
And tell them they don't need any money other than to come in
and join the class. We need the bodies now.
We got tons of sponsors.
I have quite a few friends in New York
that I knew would come down in the middle of the day.
I figure, I'm booting their butt out of bed
and they're coming down and helping me do this.
That's hot, man. That looks good!
I am definitely stressing the fact that we need to make a good workout.
And, 24,000 can make you or break you in a contest like this.
If it goes to the other team, I am going to throw a fit.
Because there is no way that anybody
could have came up with a better concept.
-Watch us load it, and pyro. Loading, and pyro.
Back to guitar.
Yes, that's what I'm saying!
I'm just a man that wants to learn about physical education.
That's why I'm staring at Maria's buns of steel.
-Do a yoga pose...
-Oh, yeah, that's good.
-And push back.
Me and Bret were going through the moves in the set list order,
but I think Bret was more interested in seeing me do hip thrusts.
-And thrust and down.
-Go on. I'm just observing.
I'm just a man observing.
Today has been a good day for Bret Michaels.
You know, you got a lot of hotness going on, right?
You got Maria doing her workout. You got the hot graphic designer.
And then, beautiful Mickie just helping us take it on home.
You know what I'm going to do?
-I'm going to actually work out if that's all right?
I'm going to get my workout on.
And, yes, I may be not in proper attire,
but I'm definitely going to work the pecs out.
-You look good, you know...
-For an old man...
-Do you really want your spandex underwear?
-For an old man, I'm not too bad, right?
-You're not old, please.
I got to work out for tomorrow for one simple reason, man.
You got to be looking right. You can't train people if you aren't all worked out.
I got to get my work out on.
Get a little bi's, little tri's, you know.
Take them to the gun show.
-What's the address? You've been here before?
So we're getting down to the wire in terms of time and Summer and I
still had to get the T-shirts down to the printer.
We want to go back to the gym one more time today,
just to sort of get our workout down.
We still have to pick music.
At the end of the night, I realised that we needed to make our music CD.
That hadn't been done yet.
I wonder whether it's that important we should spend time on it.
This is why this task is so hard.
Because, like, we got off track a little bit to fundraise, you know.
Honestly, like, Holly's delegated so much.
Curtis and I are in a mad dash to make sure we get these things accomplished.
I'm calling Holly and just telling her if she can help us,
do the music, cos otherwise we're not going to have any music.
-And that's not going to work out well.
Hey, I know you're swamped with your fundraising,
-but we have a favour to ask.
We are doing this errand and we have got to get our music done.
We have a 20 minute workout, and then a five minute warmdown.
We have to get it on a CD and I'm worried we're not going to be able to do that.
Is there any way you can help us start it?
-Did you take the CD?
-No, the CD is still there.
Yeah, I'm looking and I don't see it.
Oh, shoot, I did take the CD.
Oh, OK so you guys have to come back here then.
We close down in a hour, so you guys have to run back up.
OK we're going to come back. OK, bye.
-That timeline was stupidly tight, you know.
I mean, I planned every last second.
So when Summer up and forgot the CD, of course,
that's kind of when a lot of it started to come unstuck.
It's hard to find now.
God, where's the time gone?
-traffic in this city.
-We can't get all this
We're going to try to sell them in increments and get people...
Like, sell them for 5 grand, 10 grand, 25 grand.
But I mean, you know, I'm not being greedy.
I'm not feeling positive, I have to say. Not at all.
I've never been in this position where I've had to raise money
under the gun like this.
I've just... You know, I mean I know, believe me,
I know that this is the worst time possible.
A lot of my donors have said,
"Why would you call me last minute like this?"
They're a little confused as to why I'm asking for money
with just a couple of hours' notice.
I have no illusion that I can beat Sharon Osbourne at this task.
I just kept thinking that Sharon was calling, you know, Sir Elton John.
And you know, the Queen of England.
Did you get my e-mail about...? Did you get that?
I did send you an e-mail, though. Did you get that?
Not the one with the information.
I got that. I don't know if we can do that.
Everything is riding on today for me. If we don't win,
if Tenacity doesn't win, I'm out of here.
That's just plain as day.
The idea is to have a body represent each donation
because we only have 100 slots. So, it's just...
Mrs Sharon Osbourne, John Cena from the WWE.
-I hate to barge in your office like this,
-I personally want to say...
-It's my pleasure.
I'm at the WWE to bring in a lot of money.
Bret and Maria know exactly what we're doing.
They've got their job to do, I've got mine,
which is raising the money.
So on behalf of the WWE,
I'd like to donate 10,000 from World Wrestling Entertainment.
-It doesn't stop there. It doesn't stop there.
Oh, my goodness me.
My boss, Vince McMahon, is going to donate another 10,000
and I personally am going to come out of pocket
-and give you another 10,000.
So you have 30,000 from us to you
in the hopes that a good cause gets some exposure.
-I'm in shock.
-I really want to say thanks for being here.
-And really, thank you so much.
-Oh, bless you.
Vince McMahon and WWE were so terribly generous.
They gave us a huge donation.
It's more than I could have ever dreamed of.
-And I thank you so much, John.
-It's certainly our pleasure.
I know you got a lot of work to do,
but get on the phone and give the team-mates the good news.
-I will. Thank you so much.
-Thank you so much.
-Enjoy the rest of the night.
We're still waiting for all those credit card numbers to come through.
But we need bodies to fill the room up.
Well, you know a lot of rich people, doll.
-You know what it took me to get that?
-What'd you do?
-Was it fun?
This morning Cyndi and I went to the war room.
Now, Cyndi wasn't here all day yesterday.
You know, I was a little nervous because Cyndi can sort of,
her energy can sort of throw me off.
-My mom's only given 500.
-Oh, now it's 500?
OK. Like, Gaga's 25 and Nicole Miller I think came in.
Very good. You're doing great, Cyndi.
But today she was just on point.
She was more focused than I'd seen her.
-So, about the radio, do you think it's worth...
-I'm doing it.
I'll call Larry and just say, "Get the gays out. Come on."
As long as we have a body to represent each donation, we're good.
I have a lot of donors, but I don't have a lot of bodies.
So, Cyn is getting the word out to get some bodies down there.
And we may have to pull some people off the street
and they may be working out in their jeans.
Hey, Larry. How are you? It's me, Cyn.
-They're playing music from the '80s today.
-Oh, wow! A flashback.
I have a Cyndi Lauper flashback for everyone once we're done talking.
See, I just get flashes now.
Well, listen, you know,
just need my peeps to come down to 24 Hour Fitness.
I'll be there and my mother's coming.
I feel lucky to be able to step forward
and use my celebrity to help people.
What did Robert Kennedy say?
Robert Kennedy said, "To those who are given...
"A lot, a lot is expected."
I think it's something like that.
At ten o'clock, I'm standing out there,
and I'm bringing the damn people in.
-There's red lipstick everywhere. OK. It's OK, come on.
-Let's do this.
The first thing I did when I got to the gym today was make sure
we had the T-shirts and everything that we needed.
And, everything looked awesome. It's cool to see everything.
And the backstage passes, how awesome is that?
You get to go home with this little gift. These look great.
-I'm going to keep working out there.
-So what's the plan?
-It's a rock and roll workout.
Everything's functional to "the tour bus thrust"
to "the lead singer winger.
"Tour bus thrust." Very nice.
Go get your swag.
The new Rocksolid seems motivated.
They seem to be having a lot of fun.
I think they've come up with a very cohesive concept
and a very saleable idea.
And thrust and down.
We're going to do "the flashing at the rock show."
That's for the shoulders, that's for the shoulders.
With that said, it could be a total freaking disaster.
So, how much money do you think you're going to raise, Sharon?
I have a goal. Hopefully, if we could get to 100,000...
Terrific. I like it. Thinking big.
They have a goal of raising 100,000.
It really seems like everyone's rallying for a win,
and at this point in the game, you have to.
Now it's really down to the wire.
I mean, when you see three people on a team it's getting close.
-How are you today?
-Good to see you.
-So we've got our workout.
When Curtis and I got to the 24 hour fitness location,
we knew we had a long list of things to do.
Sorry, mate, we're going to have to just race around
cos we've only got two hours before our first class starts.
We practised our routine, I wasn't super solid with my delivery.
-Come help me get this organized, babe.
And the problem was, last night we didn't have enough time
to make it back to the gym, so now Curtis and I are in a mad dash
to just get everything squared away.
We start this class in four minutes so should we go up
and rile the people, and bring them down and get them set up?
It was just before ten o'clock.
Cyndi and Holly still hadn't arrived,
and we couldn't see anyone who had come down to workout.
The last thing we need is to have four or five people in this class.
We need it to be full.
Would you like to take a class? "Buns and guns."
-It's so good to complement your running.
-You know what?
I'm in the middle of this. I won't have enough time.
I had a few concerns about our first class.
That we weren't going to fill it at all.
We had some really big donors.
So if we had empty spaces, it was going to hurt our fundraising.
Would you like to take a class? No? Shoot.
This man is representing Diana Jenkins.
You can get in the money, but unless there's somebody to stand in
for that donation, it doesn't count.
But Bret had that all figured out.
-Come here, baby.
-You're going to stay here with us today, right?
He had a lot of fans, and young ladies, older ladies.
He's like, what is it, bees around honey? People just love...
They're drawn to Bret.
You don't know, you're in my top five.
-A celebrity pass from my husband.
-Do I get a celebrity pass?
-Swear to God.
-Wait, you got to tell us this again.
-I'm in your top five?
-He's in my top five.
One of my five celebrity passes from my husband.
-Your husband's a good man.
-We're going to leave.
-Come on, let's go take this...
We're going into the bathroom and finish our stretching. All right?
-Hi. How are you?
When Cyndi and I arrived at 24 Hour Fitness, I was worried about
not so much what was going on at the gym,
as was I able to keep in contact with those last minute donors.
I just want to make sure you faxed your credit card authorisation.
As long as we have a body to represent each donation, we're good.
Do you guys want to take a class? It's for charity.
-What kind of class is it?
-OK, it is "buns and guns."
I have none.
Well, let's get in there and get you some. Come on.
-Holly? This is my mom.
-Catrine, this is Holly.
Hi, how are you? How are you, you look gorgeous.
-Are you working out today?
-I guess so.
-Would you like to take a class, please?
-Yeah, what time.
-We just need bodies in here. It's for charity.
So just follow Curtis right in there, and he'll get you set up.
-Curtis, how much time do we have?
-Uh, two minutes.
-How many people do we have down there?
-We have like three.
Oh, shoot. Make an announcement over the PA system.
Tell them it's free for charity and there's only one studio.
-I can do it.
-Do it! We need people.
Sell it, Cyndi, cos we're starting. Oh, my God.
Attention 24 Hour Fitness people,
this is Cyndi Lauper talking to you.
And I want you to go downstairs right now and workout for free.
Hey, do you feel like taking a class to help us out for charity?
Our task today is to create a celebrity workout class.
We are doing three 30-minute classes
and the team that creates the best exercise workout
according to the 24 Hour Fitness representative
will earn an extra 24,000.
It is called the Tenacious buns and guns.
So get your tenacious buns and guns down now!
This is Cyndi Lauper calling out to my peeps.
Calling all peeps, I need you downstairs now. Thank you.
We needed to get more people into the room for the class.
So, I went up to people and talked to them.
It's good for the core and it's aerobic.
It's, like, a little Russian in there,
because I was trained with a Russian.
Some of them went for it. Some of them... Well, I don't know.
-I'm going to pass.
-You're going to pass?
-I'm just here for a few minutes.
I'm just going to start off by saying this is the first class
I have ever taught.
So, if we just start a couple minutes late,
you and I can get to know each other a little bit.
-I think Curtis is getting a couple people but, um... Hi.
How are you? Do you want to take our class?
-I can't today.
I absolutely freak out.
I did panic because I realise that this is the 24 Hour Fitness
representative who is judging us and there was nobody in our first class.
All right, you guys. Tara, Blossom, are you ready?
Woo! Spread your legs. You can drop your weights.
Spread your legs wide. We're going to take four deep breaths.
And breathe in, and out. We're going to stretch our necks.
To the right first. Right, forward, back.
I wasn't happy with the way
we kicked off because it was so many empty spots.
I would have liked to have liked to see all those spots full.
I was a bit nervous that we didn't have enough people coming through.
Are we going to take enough money?
And I also didn't want the person from 24 hour fitness
to stand there and think, "Gee, they haven't got much of a turnout."
Come on, I know you feel the burn. You can do this!
All right, everybody up! All right!
So, we're going to a rock concert.
And our goal, our goal as always is to go backstage, right?
You always want to get the backstage pass.
Especially if it's Bret Michaels, right? I'm coming through. Come on.
Make sure no-one gets our seats. Come on!
It comes very naturally to me to abuse people.
If I can give people a little quick tickle if they're, you know,
they're not working hard enough.
I want to see them sweat.
Look for your friends, everybody.
I'm sorry, they got better seats than you!
I saw the 24 hour fitness executive show up...
Stretch out the back of those legs.
I totally want that 24,000.
We need it. It should go to us.
We have a great routine, something very original.
We're about to throw the good air guitar in there.
So if you got a really, really good one, I want to see it.
All right, now. Come on. Yeah! Go for it.
We need a rock face. Come on, attitude!
We need the Paul Stanley.
We made this a full-on rock star workout.
We've got everything from, you know, "I got bad seats."
"I got bad seats. Heading up to the nosebleeds."
All right. And you're climbing the stairs. We're at a rock concert.
We did jazz hands and flash.
Because at rock concerts, you see lots of flashing.
Actually, why don't you come up here?
No, no, I'm just a student. We've got the lead singer winger.
Lead singer grind.
Apparently, Bret knows all about this one.
And then there's, "Hey, there's my friends," which are jumping jacks.
Did we get to the tour bus thrust? Come on.
I love the tour bus thrust. That was great.
And lift, and down. And lift, and down.
And lift, and down. And lift, and down.
-And lift, and down. And lift...
-I got motivation.
I was simply doing my tour bus thrust,
and suddenly I looked up and a woman was straddling me.
And it was not horrible.
Oh, this is just a cheque so this is...
-And it's a business cheque, right?
-Is that OK?
-Yeah, that's perfect.
-Hi! I'm bringing a check for Nicole Miller, she couldn't be here.
We had donors sending us cheques from all over New York City.
We had donors faxing us credit card authorisation forms.
Thanks, Nick. The Lady Gaga. Tell her we're all big fans.
The most difficult part of this task was that, for every donation
that we got, there needed to be a body representing that donation.
So, we would basically get a solid donation,
and then we would match some random person up to that donation.
Lady Gaga is done.
And so the next person will play for Nicole Miller.
We're going to start with four deep breaths. And down.
Deep breath, and up.
The second class felt a lot better to be teaching to a big room.
We're getting ready to work our buns!
We had a lot of people because Cyndi filled that room.
-Curtis is going to work your guns.
-Now we're going to have some fun.
In terms of the workout, I was responsible for the guns
and Summer was responsible for the buns.
What we did was we split it up into five minutes with me,
five minutes with Summer.
Cos there was two of us, it gave us opportunity for one of us
to be walking around the room
and just making sure people were exercising safely.
Hi! If you need a modification you can stay up if you'd like to.
We were really conscious about modifications to our exercises.
In fact, Cyndi's mom showed up and I was constantly going over to her
and showing her different things she could do.
And keep your shoulders in line just like this.
Our exercise class was extremely challenging.
But I feel like you need to have that high level of challenge
in there, and then you show them what the modification is.
-Keep your elbows together.
-So can you do it down like this?
-Does that hurt your shoulder?
-No, not at all.
-OK, that's great.
I thought Tenacity's workout was a good fundamental workout.
I think Summer and Curtis did a great job
connecting with people one on one.
They got to know people's names, which is really important
when you're in that group exercise environment.
They really did a nice job connecting to their group.
Put your water here in case you need it.
So, I really liked that Tenacity's workout was balanced.
They used upper-lower body, they did some cardio, they did core,
they did some stretching. They hit everything
that they should have hit in a good solid class.
Two, one. Well done, guys. Good work.
-Am I going to centre?
-You're going first.
Uh-huh! Uh-huh! Uh-huh!
Ho! Bring it on!
Bring it on! Bring it on! Bring it on! Uh-huh.
I thought Rocksolid had a very fun class.
If people walked by the room that Maria was teaching,
I think they would go, "Wow, what are they doing in there?"
"What is all this stuff going on? What are people doing?
"What move is that?"
They definitely had a theme going, and it was great.
They stayed consistent with it throughout the workout.
Spread it back out.
But, there were some times in there that there may have been
a move or two where I kind of went, "uh... I don't know that we want
"to go down that path when you're dealing with groups of people."
I desperately need that ten grand
or else I'm probably not going to win this.
I don't know how else to say it.
We have another maybe 40 minutes to go to fundraise.
I got some people that are hemming and hawing right now.
I haven't heard from them, and I'm a little nervous.
I'm still waiting for my big 50 grand fax to come through.
So let's all bow our heads and say a prayer for that.
I raise money all the time, but never this much money, this fast.
Is that possible?
I don't know who Sharon Osbourne has reached out to.
She could be calling Sting, Bruce Springsteen,
and getting 100 grand. You just don't know till you know.
Could you ask Lynn to call through to Simon Cowell's office?
I'm trying to check on everybody that I'd made contact with
to say, you know, "Did you manage to make a donation?"
-You know, politely as possible, "Where's the
"I need your money!"
What's my priority for today isn't another person's priority.
So you can only push people to a certain point.
Tell them we got to hurry on there cos they're getting ready to start.
Otherwise we don't get it.
OK, where's my 50 grand?
Can we do it on two credit cards, guys?
I got a 50,000 donation coming in.
My donor is trying to work on finding a card
that he can put all that money on.
Still waiting for that 50 to come through.
What else do we have left?
Ron Burkle is an unbelievable philanthropist.
And just, our biggest donor.
Where's my 50 grand? The drama, the drama.
-Anything coming out of that fax machine yet?
-They said it faxed.
-It's still coming. It's still... I know, right?
We had a hard, hard out. 12:30, game over.
I heard the fax machine sort of chugging along
around 12:28 and 30 seconds, and then it stopped.
Come on, big money.
Maybe I should text them just to make sure.
Let me just get my... Let me text.
Well, all right. So, I'm not going to stress. I'm not going to stress.
I'm not going to stress.
-Pretty good fax.
-The one you've been waiting for.
Woo! Yes! Thank you, Ron Burkle.
50 grand, y'all. It did not shock me that Ron Burkle came through.
It did not shock me that he came through with 50 grand.
And, it didn't even shock me that he made me sweat a little bit,
because that's how he is. But he's always reliable.
You just need to represent this 50,000 donation that's coming in.
I have to have a body for that, or...
That's going to put us over the top. So, do you mind?
No, whatever you need. We're both for the same cause.
This is awesome. Thank you so much.
OK. I've got some more coming in.
Girls, I need you to just stand in for people who couldn't be here.
She is going to be representing Rod MacSween.
I've probably never been so anxious about anything.
We can't lose that.
You know, I'm already getting, like, sweaty armpits,
and my hands are sweaty.
10,000 from Peter Price.
If we lose, I'm out. I'm gone. Home tonight.
You are doing one for 25,000 we got earlier.
-Wow, you just upped my self esteem.
-You're doing awesome!
-Oh, my God.
-Who was that?
It's from Bill and Tammy Austin.
25,000, and it's like, "Oh, my God."
I'm like speechless that somebody can, you know,
make a donation that large.
There aren't words for it.
You know, it's like... People are good.
They really are.
That was a great class. That was awesome.
Thank you, Maria. Thank you. And thank you, everybody.
Thank you so much, you guys.
I want you guys to know that no matter what happens,
I appreciate all of you guys.
-We love you.
-I'm on 20 minutes sleep. I'm totally exhausted.
Absolutely amazed by Summer, Cyndi, and Curtis.
-The way they rallied for me.
I swear, I know I'm tired, but it brings tears to my eyes, really.
You really gave your all for this task.
I had some serious soldiers on my team.
So whatever happens, I'm just so proud of them.
Really been touched by what they did today.
Thank you all. Group hug.
Aww, I'm happy to be a girl for a day.
-So, how are you feeling now, Sharon?
-Just about better.
-Yes, so much better. Thank you, Mr Trump.
-How did your team do?
-Do you think you won?
-Was Bret good?
-He wasn't good. He was amazing.
And what about our beautiful Maria? How did she do?
-So you got along with Maria?
-Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah.
Are you glad you had these two?
-Would you have preferred somebody on the other team?
-So you're very happy with your team?
I am in heaven with my team.
Good. Are you happy to get away from your other team?
Because I needed to be silly and I needed some rock and roll.
-And they're not as silly as these two?
-Oh, absolutely not.
-Holly, are you happy to get rid of Sharon?
Say it - "Hell yeah."
-Come on. Come on!
-I love how Sharon put it all, but no.
I'm not happy to get rid of Sharon. I was happy to have Curtis.
-More so than Sharon?
-He's better looking.
No. Really, Curtis just brought a fresh energy to us,
that made us all relax. And we just needed to get rid
of some of the female hormones and add a little testosterone.
It's just, it was refreshing. I know what she feels like.
It was just refreshing to mix it up. so thank you for that.
-Do you think your team won?
-Why? Didn't raise enough money?
-I have a feeling, I mean, look Sharon...
-You raised a lot.
I think well, more than I ever raised in 24 hours.
You don't think you had the advantage, especially with Sharon.
No, I don't think I had the advantage.
I think that Sharon has been around,
and knows a lot of people with deep pockets, and I think,
and I may be wrong, but the advantage that Sharon has is that
I do this for a living, and I have to go to my same people
two or three times a year.
So, when you call and you ask somebody, like a Ron Burkle,
who was my big donor, you know, I got to back to him again.
Did Ron, who's a friend of mine also, he's great guy,
-Did he make a contribution?
-Yes, he did.
Shouldn't you also have an advantage,
cos the people you are calling are known to be philanthropic?
Otherwise you wouldn't calling. They wouldn't be in your Rolodex.
Doesn't that give you a bit of an advantage?
Absolutely, they are philanthropic but they all have budgets.
They're also afraid to pick up your call because they know what you're asking.
They always know when they see me.
How much money do you raise for your charity every year?
-Oh, about half a million.
-That's very good.
That's, you know, mom and pop kind of stuff.
-That's very good.
-I think it's great.
-It's very good.
Let me ask you this, Holly, if your team lost,
who would you attribute the loss to?
-Well, it depends. I mean...
-Who are you least satisfied with?
Uh, I think I did the best job that I could,
-so I'm not beating myself up...
-Do you think you were the star of the team?
In this case, yeah. I think so.
Why? Just because I raised the most money. How did Summer do?
Is that good or bad?
I told my kids I was not going to do this, but...
I cannot tell you how inspired I was by these people.
They blew me away.
I've not seen, in my years of philanthropy,
three people go to bat for me.
It was such a change.
These people really inspired me.
-You really love these people, don't you?
-At this moment, yes.
Holly, that was a little contrary, you know,
when I came and visited you guys, and everything was going...
You were worried, Cyndi was away.
Was she going to make the phone calls
since she had the pass to be away? What happened with that?
Well, she just made me believe her.
She kept calling, she kept reaching out to her friends.
Reached out to Lady Gaga. and people.
And again, when it's not your charity, it's hard to ask for this.
-Did Lady Gaga do something?
Did she make a contribution?
-Yeah. Very talented.
Who made your biggest contribution of the various people?
-He made the biggest.
-That's great. He's a generous guy.
-He's a good guy.
Sharon looked a little bit nervous when you said 50 grand.
-Did you have anyone write that large a cheque?
-Any single one person?
-No, no way.
-All right. So, Sharon, if you lost, and you may have...
Actually, Holly thinks that Holly lost.
-Not with that much.
-Not with that one, missus.
It was one large one, and a bunch, you know, of other smaller ones.
And, you know, a big thing is going to be the 24,000
Do you think you won the 24,000?
I don't know. I thought our "tenacious buns and guns" crew
were ready for a workout video today.
-So you thought you did really well?
-I like them.
But when the 24 Hour Fitness executives came,
it was during their first class,
they didn't have their rhythm going. I have no clue what they will say.
Rocksolid also put together a very fun, rock-oriented programme.
The executives actually coined it a "fitness concert".
And I brought a backstage pass,
-which actually shows some of the different exercises.
-Let's take a look.
-Oh yeah, very cute. Rockstar workout.
Maybe you guys want to see the "tenacious buns and guns" concept?
What do you think of that, Sharon?
"Pray to the porcelain god." All righty.
"The tour bus thrust." I want to see that! I want to see that.
But how do you pray to the porcelain god?
-What is that exactly?
-Right after the hangover, you do...
-The "downward dog".
-You're doing the "downward dog".
-The "porcelain god" is the toilet.
Oh, is that what it is?
I know you're not a drinker.
But, as a man who may have enjoyed himself a few times,
I have prayed to the porcelain god, and...
Cos you end up on your knees at the end of the night.
-It's very interesting. I've seen plenty of that, actually.
Bret, what do you think of their promotional piece?
You know what? When I look at this it,
-honestly, it looks, OK, it looks a little bland.
So, let me just tell you a little bit about the 24,000.
Who do you think won it, Holly?
Well, based on seeing that VIP pass,
it feels like, I'm not trying to be Debbie Downer in here,
but it feels like it probably went to Rocksolid.
-What do you think, Sharon?
-I think it went to Holly, because...
Because Tenacity knows how to do a very professional workout.
And, we went more for the fun factor
and something different to motivate people
than the actual, you know, proper, technical workout.
It's interesting, you each think the other team won.
Well, the judges felt very strongly.
You know, it was an original celebrity workout.
Now, some team just won 24,000.
And, the team happens to be...
Your team, Sharon. They thought your workout was extraordinary.
They thought it was original. They thought it was dynamic.
They thought it was amazing,
and I think they're going to probably use it at 24 Hour Fitness.
Now I want a video!
Look, they really liked both, but they absolutely loved your workout.
So, I congratulate you.
Now we're gonna add the 24,000 to the money you've already raised.
How do you feel about this, Holly?
Do you think that maybe puts them over the top?
-Well, not necessarily.
-You got Ron to give 50,000.
Summer, do you think it put them over the top?
-I have no clue.
-I will tell you,
they raised a lot of money before that.
But do you think that...
I think it very well could have.
That was a big goal of ours, to win that 24,000.
Were you responsible for Tenacity's workout class?
I was partly responsible.
Do you think you should be fired if you were responsible?
I don't think so. I did have a big responsibility for the workout.
That was a big part of my task.
What did you do, Curtis?
I played a big part in the conception of the class.
-Which is not good, you lost, right?
-Should you be fired?
No, I don't think I should be fired.
Curtis, if it comes down to the 24,000,
and you guys were responsible for the workout,
why shouldn't one of you be fired if that was the differentiator?
I think we pulled together as a team.
-So I think that...
-But that's less relevant if you lose.
I don't believe we did lose. I still think we won.
Look at Sharon. Are you still stunned?
I think the executives figured they could tweak the workout,
but they loved the theme.
Whereas you have a great workout, but you have less of a theme.
OK, Ivanka let me ask you a question.
What did you think of Rocksolid? You followed them.
I thought the spirit and energy of Rocksolid really was phenomenal.
You guys were excited, you were having a great time.
You really put your heart into both fundraising
and creating a workout, which the 24 Hour executives would love.
That was evidenced by the fact they opted to give you the 24,000.
I thought you did a terrific job.
Don, what did you think of Tenacity?
It was a very different environment.
I think they got along great.
There was a real rapport, and respect,
but it was an all-work environment. They were really working.
Holly was working the phones. Everyone was focused on their task.
Much more of a business environment,
which is probably why they lost on some of the little subtle intricacies
of the workout, and the fun that Rocksolid was able to incorporate.
Two different work environments, but both equally effective.
This is probably more what I'm used to, from a business standpoint.
But, that's probably what I'd like to do, in terms of having fun.
-Come and do "air guitar" anytime.
-I'd love to, I'd love to.
I want to see Bret perform the, what was it?
-"Tour bus thrust?"
-Yes, it's very interesting.
OK, let's find out who won.
Ivanka, how did Rocksolid do?
Well, as a total, including the 24,000,
Rocksolid raised 131,803.
Wow, that's very good.
Don, tell me?
Tenacity did pretty well, as well.
-They raised 206,000.
So, Holly, you won, Holly!
-Summer was hitting Holly.
-You won, Holly!
You know, we never gave your charity the 10,000 that Maria won
in the free throw contest a couple weeks ago.
-So now, you have a total of 347,893, Holly.
And I took the workout, now I can talk.
Holly, that's more than you raised all last year for your charity.
Outside of the Apprentice finales,
that's the largest amount ever raised for one task.
-Holly, what is your charity?
-My charity is the HollyRod Foundation.
We raise money for families affected by autism.
And we're specifically going to earmark this money
to build an autism treatment centre in Los Angeles.
Our boy has had a long, arduous road.
-You have one child with autism?
I have four, total. But my oldest boy...
And the issue is that families can't afford treatment.
So, you're told that, once your kid gets the diagnosis,
that you've got to hurry and do an intervention
to pull them out of this autistic world.
Families can't afford to even do that.
Well, it's a great charity.
And I hope they're getting closer because that is just a shame.
Holly, before your team goes, I would like to ask you, Cyndi,
who should I fire on this team?
I don't know, I wasn't there!
Come on, Cyndi, get with it. Who should I fire?
Fire like a dog. I going to fire somebody like a dog.
Who should I fire? Should I fire Maria?
-Why don't you just say Maria?
Because I feel bad. She's happy now.
-Badly, you feel badly.
Listen, why don't you just say, "Fire Maria, I don't like her"?
-But I do like her.
Curtis, who would you fire from that team? They lost.
It's hard to know, not being on, not seeing...
Yeah, but you get a pretty good idea. Who?
I definitely wouldn't fire Bret.
-Because I think he's been really loyal,
and loyalty's a very important factor when you're working in teams.
-I think Maria's, um...
-Maybe she's been a bit disappointing
the way she's shown loyalty to her other team-mates.
But that's just looking at it from afar. So, maybe Maria.
Maybe Sharon, she's a project manager.
-Well, project manager's most likely candidate, Sharon.
Do you want to go home, Sharon?
No, I don't, Mr Trump.
But you said you did the other night.
Are you answering for me, or?
No, I'm not answering, I'm asking you a question.
That was the other night. Today is today.
-Were you a tittle-tattle at school, missus?
-I wasn't a tittle-tattle, but...
-Were you a prefect?
I don't want... If I heard that, it's OK for me to say that I heard.
I have never said that.
Do you think it was inappropriate that Holly brought that up?
No, she's a fighter.
Well, she's also telling the truth, right?
-So, the other night,
the other week, you wanted to go home?
Yeah, absolutely. I felt so sick and so low.
The worst thing is to be sick, away from your home.
You're in a strange bed, strange surroundings, you know, on your own.
-You can understand, Holly?
-I understand. I've just never had that feeling.
But if you were sick... You weren't sick. She was sick as a dog.
Holly, I'm going to ask you something.
You're a straight shooter.
-I want you to be straight with me.
You pretty much knew what they did, you know the three players.
If you were me, who would you fire from this team?
Who raised the least money?
What if I told you that Bret, by far, raised the least money?
He's a big rock star. You must know people?
-Then, why didn't you raise more money?
-Um... I have no excuse.
-Do you think you should be fired?
-I don't want to be fired.
You think, the project manager?
It wasn't his job, Mr Trump.
-It was mine.
-The raising of the money?
But why choose to do that yourself?
I mean, Holly did a lot, and Summer did a lot.
They all did a lot in terms of raising...
Why would you be responsible for raising the money yourself?
Because I was the leader of the team and I said I will raise the money.
Sharon, we're now reaching the culmination of the show.
Who would you prefer to be your partner going forward?
I mean, everyone's getting weeded out.
Who's stronger between Maria and Bret,
understanding they have different skills?
It was my mission. I mean, I was the leader of the gang here.
And I failed. So it's not fair for them to go, it should be me.
What do you think, Maria?
I think I can't make a decision at this point.
I mean, I thought we did phenomenal.
Well, you really did do a phenomenal job.
And you won the 24,000 because of the originality,
-which is a big thing, Holly.
-Big, very big.
You didn't do it, in terms of money,
but you did it in terms of originality.
And, you know, sort of a very interesting situation.
The only problem I have is that Sharon's team raised 131,000,
it turns out, for Holly.
And, Holly was amazing.
And, the total was almost 350,000.
As a team, you people have all done an amazing job.
If you look at yourself as one team.
And, I hate to do this. Sharon, I hate to do this.
No, it's fine, honestly.
-It's really fine.
-Oh! It won't be fun any more.
Because I've decided...
That, with over 347,000 raised,
I'm not going to fire anybody tonight.
You're all going to escape.
-You all did a great job, Sharon.
-You had the better workout.
Just get out of here. I'm not firing anyone. Holly, congratulations.
Sharon had fallen on the sword.
This is something I haven't done, but you know what, honestly?
You all did... 347,000.
That's an amazing job.
And it all goes to Holly's charity. So, Holly, you can't be upset.
-It does, but can I just say?
I'm going to be cutting a cheque to Sharon's charity, for you.
I have to. I just, you know, that's a lot of money that you raised.
You all did a terrific job. Get out of here. Good.
-Thank you very much.
-Good job, guys.
-Did you like that, Cyndi?
See, I have a heart.
-Damn, we needed a feelgood moment!
-Yay, us! Yay, us.
Well, I think that was a nice ending.
-It was. You can't argue with those numbers.
-I feel good about it.
Yes, it's great.
I was completely convinced, going into that boardroom,
that I had lost this task. I thought I was gonna get fired.
So, I was totally surprised to win this. And, the amount,
I cannot tell you how much this means to me.
I was just so sure I lost.
I was so sure we didn't get there.
-I'm so glad your charity won.
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