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The Apprentice 3, Episode 11: Get Me to the Presentation On TimePage 3
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Carolyn asks Angie whose fault it is for leaving the jacket. She blames Alex. Trump notes that Angie has been in the boardroom six weeks in a row, and has escaped every time. Does she think that Trump might be getting tired of this? Carolyn wants to know what Chris was doing at this time. Chris says that he was in charge of buying the technology items. Trump asks whose fault it was for losing the credit card. Chris acknowledges that it was definitely his fault. Carolyn says that the team failed in many ways.
Alex thinks that being rushed didn’t help. Angie adds that the model didn’t notice that the jacket was missing until right before they started. Trump asks Angie if it’s her fault that the jacket wasn’t there; she says that’s true. She continues that the day of the presentation, Chris was at Best Buy for two-and-a-half to three hours. Chris says that it was two-and-a-half hours.
Trump asks Angie if she blames Chris for the loss; she does. Chris, who’s getting agitated (uh oh), says that Angie was in charge of the presentation, which is where they lost. Trump says that, in fairness to Alex, he was great before he joined a team of losers. He then kicks everyone out so he can talk to Carolyn and Michelle. In the lobby, Angie isn’t happy about the fact that Trump called them losers. Well, you and Chris have lost six weeks in a row, so what would you suggest he call you?
Carolyn wonders what Chris actually did on the task. Michelle thinks that Angie screwed up the presentation, especially when compared to Magna. Phew, Robin’s in the lobby. Some sense of normalcy! Chris, Angie, and Alex return to the boardroom. Trump asks Alex if they lost because Chris lost the card. Alex says they didn’t. Trump asks if they lost because of Angie, and Alex has to admit that they did.
Angie starts adamantly saying that she doesn’t think the blame should be placed completely on her. She tries to push the blame on Alex. Trump asks Chris for his opinion, and he says he shouldn’t be blamed. Michelle asks if he thinks he could have been helpful if he’d been with the rest of the team. Chris says that 45 minutes might have helped, but not enough.
Trump asks Chris if he’s responsible for the loss. Chris says he takes a little of the blame. Carolyn asks if Angie had enough time to prepare for the presentation. Alex says that she did, but she failed because she cracked under pressure. Carolyn notes that she’s never cracked before, then asks what Alex’s job was. He says that he was supposed to be in charge of everything, and Carolyn points out that he didn’t do that very well. He can’t deny that.
Trump asks Alex who’s better, Angie or Chris. Alex repeats what he said last week about Chris having talent. He adds that Chris handled his temper a lot better this week. This can’t be good for Angie. A guy who felt threatened by Chris last week is now defending him and supporting him. Trump says that when he hires someone, he’s not looking to work on the person’s temper. He asks Chris if he’s had problems with his temper all his life, and Chris says that he has. It’s time to get some help for that, my friend, because you wind up on the wrong side of a police line-up.
Trump gets down to it: Chris has a temper, and he doesn’t want to have to deal with it. Alex was good until he joined the disaster team. Angie was better than the other losers, but she’s been on the losing team for a long time. Plus, she choked during the presentation. She says that she could have done better and admits that she choked. Trump tells her that she’s fired.
Admittedly, though I’ve wanted Chris to go home for awhile because he’s basically a nut bar, Angie did horribly this week. The fact that she’s been good in the past indicates that she’s inconsistent, since she hasn’t kept up that level of work. I liked her a lot, but she wouldn’t have made it much further than this. I’m surprised she didn’t outlast Chris, though.
In the lobby, Angie hugs Chris and Alex, telling them that she can’t believe this. Alex and Chris head upstairs, and as she heads into the elevator, Angie says again that she can’t believe it. In the boardroom, Trump says that people who work for him have to be able to handle a lot of pressure, so there’s no room for chokers.
Next week: something with cars. Bren is in a car with Chris and Alex, so it looks like he’s heading over to Magna. Craig says something about not having a theme, and in an interview, Kendra says, “Shut up!” The reward has something to do with basketball. Something shocking happens after the firing. Ooh, maybe Chris finally loses it!
In the cab, Angie is still in shock. She scoffs at the idea of having choked. She doesn’t like that everything was on her head. She can’t believe she was fired over Chris. She thinks that the guys teamed up against her. She says that she had a good experience and gives Tana a cheer. However, she wants us all to know that she didn’t choke. If you say so, Angie.
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