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The Apprentice 3, Episode 3 Extras: Two Male LosersPage 2
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In the boardroom, Trump asks Danny why his campaign was so flat if he’s supposed to be a creative genius. Danny says that there were some challenges. Trump asks about the $50,000 given to the event planner and Stephanie takes responsibility. The discussion turns to Danny vs. Michael. Trump points out to Danny that Net Worth spent a lot less money and had a better campaign. (Considering their political theme, that’s unintentionally funny.) Trump brings up his favorite point – that the members of Magna went to college. He says that half of them are lawyers. Apparently, that means that they should be good with money. People who spend millions of dollars on ridiculous gold penthouses shouldn’t throw stones.
Trump decides to ask Stephanie where she went to college. She replies that she went to Arizona State University and Trump replies, “Right now, they’re not very proud of you.” I’ve never said this before, but now is the time – shut up, Trump. Stephanie says that she has a degree in supply chain. Supply chain… what? Supply chain management? Supply chain destruction? And what does it have to do with giving $50,000 to an event planner?
Trump says that Stephanie didn’t do a great job. Stephanie argues that it’s because she couldn’t negotiate; she had no buzz and no time. Danny says that he asked her to give him numbers. Stephanie replies that she gave them to him. Danny says that she was too late. She should have met with the vendors and provided a list of options. Carolyn asks Danny how much money he gave to Stephanie. Stephanie adds that even she didn’t know what her budget was. Danny tries to give an answer that doesn’t make him sound like a complete moron. He is unsuccessful.
Kendra (remember her?) tells Trump that Danny is responsible for the team’s loss, but he should fire Michael. She would rather have a leader who’s disorganized than one who lacks integrity. Trump asks if she believes this even though Michael is exempt. This leads to the violation of trust discussion. Michael argues that he’s capable, but Bren says that he surfed the Internet the day before.
Danny wants to bring Michael and Stephanie to the boardroom. Oh, dear.
Carolyn and George both think that Danny made bad decisions; they point out that Michael is exempt. Danny, Michael, and Stephanie return to the boardroom. Michael claims that he did his best, but his ideas weren’t utilized. He was also against signing the contract with the event planner. Danny says that they took a vote. Trump says that they shouldn’t have.
Stephanie speaks up that Danny had a budget of $75,000 and she gave $50,000 to the event planner, but they still had $3,000 left over. Trump asks if she thought it was a good idea to “force” the event planner on the team. Stephanie says that she didn’t; everyone was behind her. I think Trump stopped listening, because they had just said that they took a vote and agreed on the planner. Stephanie maintains that they waited too long, and that was Danny’s fault. Danny says that he did give Stephanie a budget, but she kept fighting him on certain things.
Carolyn asks when the team signed the contract with the planner. Danny has no idea, but says that it was “late.” Stephanie says that they got the quote at 3:30. Carolyn asks her question again and Danny guesses that they signed around six or seven p.m. Carolyn says that they spent the entire day without a planner.
Stephanie agrees with Trump that Danny and Michael are “two male losers.” Stephanie and Michael are both against Danny. Trump says that Michael did a horrible job and Stephanie is better than he thought, so she’s pretty much safe.
Trump tells Michael and Danny that they were both awful. Michael’s exempt. Danny’s fired.
Danny sings in the cab. I’m sad that I have to listen to that again. He actually sings twice, and in between, he says that Trump might work for him one day. Yeah, I’m sure he’d love to work for a leader who votes on every decision. He keeps singing. Please stop.
Next week: Oh, Donny Deutsch. You just don’t want to leave me alone, do you?
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