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The Apprentice: Los Angeles, Episode 1 Extras – Save the Car Wash, Save the WorldPage 2
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Tim says that camping is okay, and his team is fun to camp with. Yeah, just wait until Frank comes back from the Boardroom and gets mad at people for what they said. You won’t have anyplace to hide. Ivanka thinks Tim likes camping with Nicole and Stefani. Nicole says that Tent City was fine at first, but it’s tough being right next to the other team’s mansion.
Later, once everyone but Frank, Martin, and Tim has been sent back to Tent City, Trump asks Frank how he reconciles his team thinking he’s great with them wanting him to be fired. Frank thinks they see him as a threat. Ivanka basically says that Daddy don’t buy that, so Frank is going to have to come up with something else. Frank babbles something about them picking two people because sometimes two get fired, but he was still one of those two people, so that makes no sense. Martin and Frank argue about Frank’s non-presence at the car wash.
In Martin’s exit interview, he says that he thought he could win because he’s a member of the Supreme Court Bar, he has real estate experience, he’s a trained lecturer, and he’s taught real estate, business, and law. That explains why he’s putting me to sleep. He also thought that he had a great personality. I would just like to report that Martin is wearing a yellow checked shirt, a pink tie, and brown suspenders that look like woven belts. Classy.
Martin says that he’s big on integrity and ethics. He talks about his bathroom comment and says that he thinks that made the other candidates smell blood and isolate him. Um… I don’t follow. He was the last person chosen for a team, and he thinks his “bladder issue” is to blame. That’s… kind of gross, when you think about it, so I urge you not to. Martin says he knew he needed to work harder. The editors hilarious cut to Ivanka blasting him in the Boardroom for not working hard. Thanks, editors!
Martin says that his team tried to up-sell during the task, but because of his ethics, he didn’t want to be disingenuous and tell people they needed something they didn’t really need. I guess it’s a good thing he didn’t last long enough for a marketing or advertising task. No one actually needs a car wash – you can do it yourself at home for free. But since you’ve got the people there, why not get them to spend more money? That’s kind of the point of the task.
Anyway, Martin, of course, blames Frank’s lack of leadership for the team’s failure. He worked as hard as he could, but Frank still brought him into the Boardroom. He continues that there are different ways to argue, and Frank was just louder and “much more street-ish.” Martin considers himself more polished in his presentation, but he still had to defend himself. After he kicked Frank’s butt (his words, not mine), he was shocked that Ivanka said he should be fired, and that Trump jumped right on that and made it happen.
Despite evidence to the contrary, Martin claims that because of the way his personality is, he does get along with everyone. Aaron and Tim are great people, and he doesn’t dislike Frank. But since Frank took him into the Boardroom, he owes Frank one. “Owes”? I do not think that word means what he thinks it means.
Martin says he’s happy to be going home to his wife and daughters, as well as Atlanta, which he loves. He also loves his job, and since he works for the city attorney’s office, I guess he has to say he loves the city. “After that, it’s probably going to be complete world domination.” Well, it’s good to have realistic goals.
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