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The Apprentice 3, Episode 15 Extras: Another One Bites the DustPage 2
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Kendra, Tana, and Craig enter the boardroom. Trump immediately asks Kendra if she and Craig have problems. Kendra says that they do, but only on the business side, not the personal side. She can like and respect someone as a person but not in business. Trump asks if they get along and Kendra says that they don’t usually on a business level. She thinks it’s a shame, since Craig is intelligent and has good ideas.
Trump tells Craig that Kendra isn’t the first person to say this about him. Craig says that he’s heard rumors to that effect. He doesn’t want to treat Kendra as a child, but that’s how she receives what he says to her. Hmmm… how should she receive being called “young lady”? Trump asks for Kendra’s response, and she says that Craig tells people how and what to think. Throughout this whole portion, Craig is making faces like he doesn’t believe what she’s saying and thinks she’s crazy. He’s done that before, and it always makes me want to hurt him. Kendra says that she has no problems with Tana or anyone else - she’s disagreed with people’s decisions but still supports them. However, Craig likes to lecture.
Craig says that he’s never lectured Kendra or told her what to do. I cry foul on that. He mentions that she’s demonstrating what he said about how she receives things. Trump asks Kendra why he should pick her over Craig. Kendra replies that she and Trump both love real estate, and she’s used her marketing to leverage that. She also says that she’s a born leader. Interestingly, Trump doesn’t ask Craig why he should stay over Kendra. He asks Tana if he should fire Kendra or Craig. Tana thinks he should fire Kendra, since Craig has a good work ethic. Carolyn thinks that Tana chose Craig for personal reasons, but Tana says she didn’t. She says that Craig might be better because he’s “seasoned.”
Trump asks Craig what he thought of the executives. Craig liked them, but Trump says that they didn’t like him, so Craig is fired. He leaves and Trump congratulates Kendra and Tana.
In the cab, Craig says that he was criticized for not getting deep. He thinks that this is all for the good and he’s a better man now. He thanks Trump and says that he’s looking forward to getting back to his family. Kendra has issues, and he doesn’t think she’s good at business. He says that she’s still “a little girl” in some areas, but she’ll improve. He thinks that he and Tana carried their teams. Um, okay. It was great to get this far, and he’s proud of himself, especially for being so consistent. This has been a great journey. ‘Bye, Craig, and don’t call me.
The next morning, Kendra and Tana leave for their task, pausing to hug each other outside the building. I’m having flashbacks to Bill and Kwame. I’m so glad these two made it, because they obviously respect each other and won’t have a Kelly/Jen-type rivalry. Tana says that she has a lot of responsibility and is playing a major role in trying to bring the Olympics to New York. Kendra says that she didn’t put her life on hold to lose. The past fifteen weeks are coming together, and it’s time to show who’s better.
Tana, Chris, Kristen, and Brian meet up at Chelsea Piers. I don’t really like any of the returning candidates, but I have to admit that they’ll definitely make things interesting. Tana isn’t happy about her team. She’s in charge of both the sports competition and a VIP reception. Ahh, the VIP reception, a grand tradition in Apprentice history. That should be excellent. Tana says that she has to keep everyone happy. Well, the sponsors and everyone - not her team.
Kendra tells Erin, Michael, and Danny that she’s going to delegate to them a lot, since there’s so much to get done. Erin explains that she’s in charge of inventory and supply chain. Where’s Stephanie when there’s actually something she could be good at? Michael is in charge of the VIP party - probably not a good move on Kendra’s part, but that should make for some good entertainment for us. Danny is in charge of making connections with sponsors.
One sponsor, David, brings up the idea of giving someone an opportunity to have his or her face in the sequel to the game they’re playing at the championship. Danny says that David was his kindred spirit. Another Danny? Please, say it isn’t so. Danny suggests having someone pay to have his or her face in the game, with the proceeds going to charity. David loves this idea. Danny says that he wants to go above and beyond. Kendra interviews that Danny was fired because of poor marketing strategies, but now he’s doing great.
Tana asks Brian to get her lunch. Brian thinks this is a strange responsibility to have, but he says he’ll do it. Carolyn says that Tana obviously doesn’t like her team, and thinks Brian and Chris are useless. Honestly, on this task, I think that Chris might actually be helpful. He probably won’t be as intense, since he has nothing to lose. Brian, however… yeah. Carolyn thinks it’s hard to believe that Tana thinks they’re useless - Brian and Chris are both self-made millionaires, so they can’t be complete idiots. Excuse me for a minute. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! Okay, I’m back. Chris says that he doesn’t get what’s happening; Tana tells him that Brian has a timeline. Oh, this is going to be great.
Next week: two women enter. One woman leaves.
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