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The Apprentice 2, Episode 12 Extras: Everybody Hates JenniferPage 3
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Andy, Sandy, Jennifer, Carolyn, and George gather in the boardroom and are soon joined by Trump. Trump asks who came up with the concept for the task; Andy replies that he did. Trump asks if he liked the finished product. George and Andy have their discussion about the size of the bottle and geography. George thinks that Mosaic's product was too complex.
Sandy spells out who did what in the task. Trump asks Andy who the least creative person was. Andy says that it was Sandy. This starts off the first round of fighting. Trump asks if Sandy is trying to take credit for something that wasn't her idea. Jennifer, who really shouldn't say anything about others taking credit, announces that the trips were her idea. Trump asks Andy which woman is smarter; Andy thinks Jennifer is. Trump asks which was harder to manage. Andy says that it was Sandy, explaining that she didn't get the compass for the bottle cap until the morning of the presentation. Sandy points out that it was a two-day task, I guess meaning that they didn't have much time to do anything. Andy argues that she only got one compass and he wanted her to get more.
Trump asks Sandy how Andy was as a leader. Sandy says that he was immature, bringing up the pizza fiasco. Andy asks if he can defend his decision. Sandy is talking over Andy, but he manages to tell Trump that he held back the pizza so that everyone would make the deadline. Carolyn asks how he motivated the workers, obviously wanting him to admit to the $100 bonuses.
Trump asks Jennifer for her opinion on Andy; she thinks that he did a "fair job." She says that Andy has his strengths and weaknesses. He was frantic, but also enthusiastic and motivated. Trump asks if this could be energy and Jennifer agrees. Carolyn says that that's a safe answer. Carolyn is obviously not happy with Jennifer. Jennifer says that Andy did a solid job, but he still lost. Trump asks her about Sandy; Jennifer says that Sandy was "okay." She claims that she didn't see that many contributions and that Sandy wasn't as good as Andy.
Sandy speaks up that no one wants to take credit for anything. This kicks off another round of fighting, in which Andy and Sandy argue about the globes and giving credit. Andy claims that the globes were Jennifer's idea. Trump notes that everyone hates each other. Sandy just wants to give credit where it's due. Andy says that he has a reputation for doing that, but Sandy wants to know who gave him that reputation. She can say that she has a reputation for being more creative than Andy, but that doesn't mean anything. Good point. Andy says that he's trying to be honest. Trump says that Mosaic's behavior in the boardroom demonstrates how horrible it is to lose. Mosaic agrees. Trump wants to know what Sandy did during the task. Andy says that she was responsible for the label. Trump announces that everyone will return to the second boardroom. Mosaic leaves and starts pacing around the lobby.
George tells Trump that he liked the way Sandy defended herself. He doesn't think that Andy was strong enough to have a winning concept. Carolyn brings up the fact that project managers always defend Jennifer in the boardroom. Trump says that maybe Jennifer is just smart. Carolyn says that this might be true, but it's still something to think about. In the lobby, Sandy says that she came up with the idea of the cap game before they even got started. Andy doesn't believe her. I don't think it really matters at this point. It's hard to tell, but I think Sandy might be on to Andy and Jennifer at this point. She tries to get Andy's support, but Jennifer says that everyone agreed on everything and it's too late to try to spin anything. Sandy argues that they're going to skew things.
Mosaic heads back into the boardroom. Trump says that he heard them arguing in the lobby. Andy says that they were talking about giving credit. He adds that Sandy thinks he said she did a bad job and that Jennifer did better. Trump asks Jennifer how she always manages to slide by, but Jennifer doesn't think that she does. She says that she works hard for her project managers and they recognize that. Trump wonders if they're intimidated because she went to Wharton. He asks Andy if Jennifer's education makes a difference, but Andy says it doesn't. If education made a person more deserving of being there, then Pamela would still be around. I miss Pamela. At least she was entertaining. Andy says that Jennifer and Sandy are on equal footing where he's concerned.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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