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The Celebrity Apprentice 5, Episode 7, Part 2: I’m Gonna Walk Like a Man, Fast As I CanPage 7
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The remaining team members congratulate Arsenio, who is still in tears as he talks about his charity and mentions his cousin who died of AIDS, which he says is what really hit him. It’s really a very touching and emotional moment.
And on the flipside, it’s back to the Boardroom we go. Lou is surprised because they did a great job, and if they had a week they couldn’t have done any better. Should the Project Manager be fired? Lou says no, because he gave 110 percent (and SHOT!), he went onstage and di all the rehearsals and didn’t make any mistakes, and he kept in move with the team, but Trump reminds him he’s Project Manager.
Trump asks Penn if Lou should be fired; Penn says every time he’s been asked he’s mentioned the Project Manager, and Trump says it’s a strength if you win and it’s a weakness if you lose. Wise words, Yoda.
Eric goes back to Lou’s “couldn’t have done any better” comment and asks if that’s a smart comment to make in his position right now. Lou feels he did everything he could, and they were on the right track and everyone worked nicely. Don asks if a lot of that weight falls on his shoulders as PM, but Lou says he shouldn’t be fired because he gave 110 percent (SHOT!) so Don asks who didn’t give 110 percent, and Lou mentions Dee, because he wanted to be in control and was constantly wooing and praising Dayana. Wait, did Lisa put that into his head? I wonder.
Trump asks Dee about this; Dee says he busted his ass nonstop for Lou, who approved every single thing any of them did. Trump asks what Dee did on the task, and Dee says he worked on the branding and the box, and Trump points out the executives hated the box. So who does he think should be fired? Dee says it falls on Lou’s shoulders as PM. Don points out that Lou was the big positive from the execs (and the only one, it appears), which Dee agrees with, so Don says it goes both ways.
Trump asks Dayana for her two cents; she says they didn’t have a task from Lou and she had to find herself a little bit “between everything.” So who should Trump fire? Dayana says the Project Manager, like she’s said in every task. Lisa is asked, and she says it wouldn’t be a Boardroom if she didn’t say shed bring back Dayana, which she laughs about but Dayana rolls her eyes. She says she’d bring both Lou and Dayana back. Trump says there’d have to be a third person to bring back too, but Lisa says Lou should just bring Dayana back. Hey Lisa, Dayana’s not going anywhere yet—just suck it up and deal with it.
Trump asks Dayana if he should fire her; she says she tries so hard every time and in this task specifically she was not delegated anything and had to work a little bit everywhere just so she could keep herself busy. She complains it’s been like this every week, and trump asks her why she thinks it has been like that. (Didn’t he ask her that in the first hour too?) Dayana talks up her teammates and suggests maybe she works in a different way from them. Trump strokes her ego by saying she’s doing just as well as they are in a way, and she says she’s still sitting there with them.
Trump notes that the only one who said to fire her is Lisa, but Lisa says she said she’d bring both of them back, because their version of 110 percent (SHOT! Man, you could get really drunk off this episode alone) maybe equals her fifty percent. Trump takes that to mean that she thinks she’s superior to both Lou and Dayana. Trump says Dayana could say she’s superior to her as well, and Lisa says she’s free to do so. Well, that accomplished nothing at all, so let’s press on.
Trump asks Lou if he should be fired because he’s the Project Manager—you already asked him that, Trump! Gah! This episode is three hours long! Lou again says no, adamantly. SO who is he bringing back? Lou names Dayana, and either Penn or Dee, and ultimately he goes with Dee. (Penn really would have been the wrong choice there, and I’m not saying that just because I’m biased.)
Trump asks Lou why he’s bringing Dayana back over Penn, and references Penn’s mistake. Lou says it’s tough because Penn did help with writing and helped to guide them in the right direction, and he’s a stronger team player. Trump mentions Penn’s mistake again, but Lou seems irritated as he says Penn corrected himself and people make mistakes. And with that everyone is dismissed, as Dayana welcomes Dee to her lobby, and he asks her how it works. At least she can laugh about it.
Back to Unanimous, who collectively have no idea where Aubrey is. Paul interviews that Arsenio was very upset, and Aubrey never made it back to the war room and he knows she was very upset, and he didn’t think she was coming back and he can understand it because she got pretty smacked around. Arsenio is heated as he says he tried to keep his ego and his problems and disagreements inside. Clay says Arsenio has an emotional connection to his charity, and Aubrey pushed against him as much as she could and stressed him out, and with Arsenio, “once the dam breaks, it is on.”
Arsenio is still railing about Aubrey’s arrogance and how her response to everything was to go to Teresa and ask her to cosign for her bull [bleep]. He’s basically offended that she wouldn’t talk to them directly about what she did to them. “Why don’t you punch me in my face and ask Teresa if it hurts?”
Teresa interviews that Arsenio looks like a wild card now because he was so sweet, and to see him turn so angry was scary and she just wanted to get out of the room. Arsenio is not done, though, as he keeps ranting about how Trump worked all his life and he’s not going to have her “stank ass” represent this show.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next-->
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