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The Apprentice 3, Episode 6 Extras: She’s Just, She’s Just Tara from the BlockPage 3
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Audrey says that she made it clear that there were different scenes in the game. Tara says that Audrey said there were different themes in the game. And what did she think that meant? She adds that she thought Audrey was talking about the third version of the game; she didn’t take the time to clarify. George asks Tara why she didn’t ask for clarification. Tara: “Because then I wouldn’t be able to blame Audrey.” No, just kidding. Tara says that Audrey makes comments, and if people don’t hear them, she sulks and won’t come back or give information. Except everyone was there when Angie said that there were different scenes in the game, so it’s not like no one knew.
Audrey and Craig get into their problems and Audrey says that no one told her Craig had been asked to supervise. Craig says that he told Tara to tell everyone that he was in charge. Tara explains that she chose Craig to supervise because he has a background in graphic design. Trump asks if it wasn’t because he’s a leader. Tara says that Craig is strong and may rub some people the wrong way, but he’s a good leader. Chris is asked for his opinion, because he hasn’t yet filled up his five minutes of allotted screen time this week. Chris says that Craig can be “overpowering,” but he’s a good leader and Chris enjoys working with him. He’s even told Craig that he’s overpowering. Trump wants to know how Craig is overpowering and Chris explains that he’s “not extremely polite” all the time. However, he’s good, and Chris is inspired by him.
George asks about the concept and this leads to the “Tear It Up” discussions. Tara says that she wanted to offset the impact of the ad with something positive. Ah, see, that’s one of those things people say when they don’t want to go into details. They just put a bunch of words together and hope that no one asks them any more questions. Seriously, does that mean anything? Tara says that she wanted something that would benefit the execs, but she also wanted to make sure the community was comfortable. Jill points out that the ad was for Sony, not the community, which is where Tara went wrong.
Angie says that Tara was a good leader, but they missed this one. She adds that Magna’s impromptu focus group was a brilliant idea. They did a great job and had a better ad. Trump asks if everyone agrees. Chris doesn’t – Magna’s investigation was better and their ad was better, but…. George points out that that was the point. Chris seems to have had a different idea of what the focus group was there for. I think Chris fell asleep at some point during this task and no one filled him in on the blank spots.
Trump starts asking who would fire who. Chris would fire Audrey. John would fire Audrey. Audrey’s upset and thinks that Chris is the weakest link, since he sits around and waits for someone to tell him what to do. Craig would fire Tara. Tara says that she’s not the only one on the team, though you wouldn’t think that to remember what she was saying at the beginning of the task. She says that she can’t be expected to think of everything. Oh, right, you ran such a democracy. Trump reminds her that she was the leader. Tara picks Audrey and Craig to go to the final boardroom. (Phew, John’s off the hook! No, not the hip-hop off the hook. Well, actually, he’s that kind, too.)
Trump chats with Jill and George, then calls Tara, Audrey, and Craig back in. Tara says that Craig and Audrey’s problems were distracting. Audrey says that she’s not a child. Craig goes into his little discussion of Audrey’s husband and home life, which makes no sense and has nothing to do with anything. Trump recognizes that Audrey wasn’t the biggest problem on the task; Craig agrees and repeats that he would fire Tara. She owned her idea and always said “I.” There was no room for creativity because she’d already made all of the decisions.
Trump asks Tara if she wishes she’d brought John in. Fortunately, Tara says she doesn’t, since she didn’t give him the bulk of the responsibility. Craig denies that she gave him the bulk, either. Tara points out that she asked him to supervise, but she says that she asked him about that back in the suite and Craig says that she didn’t give him the order until they were already working on the task. Trump says that it doesn’t seem like there was much Craig could do, since the concept had already been formulated.
Tara says that she made a miscalculation with regard to the concept, but it wasn’t bad. However, Trump says that the marketing was all wrong, and that was more important. Tara’s fired.
In the cab, Tara calls her firing unfortunate. She wishes Trump had looked at her overall performance instead of just this task. Doesn’t her overall performance consist of about 10 minutes all together? She thought the ad was good and that Magna’s ad wasn’t as impressive. Even though she brought him into the boardroom, she hopes that Craig wins it all. She thinks that Audrey is talented but has maturity issues. She hopes that Audrey learned from this experience and can figure out how to separate business and personal issues. Tara says that she lost the battle, but she thinks she’ll win the war. I still have no idea what she’s talking about.
Next week: Clowns and secrets and meltdowns, oh, my!
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