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The Apprentice 4, Episode 8 Extras: In a Galaxy Far, Far Away…Page 3
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Trump tells Marshawn that she backed down and Brian that, basically, he made some dumb decisions. Therefore, they’re both fired. He hates the way that Marshawn let her team down. My poor boyfriend. (He deserved it, though. Sorry, sweetie!)
In the cab, Marshawn says that speaking is her forte. She thinks things would have turned out differently if she’d agreed to do the presentation, but she can’t cry over spilled milk. She doesn’t think that she should have been fired. The presentation had nothing to do with the concept. She blames Brian for the loss. Brian says that he agrees with Trump’s decision - he made a time management mistake. Marshawn says that Brian relied on one person and didn’t use his resources well. She thinks that she was an easy target, but they really lost because of creativity. Brian agrees with that, adding that Capital Edge had a better idea. He still respects his team, including Marshawn; she was right about spilled milk. Marshawn denies that she was the reason the team lost, but she has to respect Trump’s decision. She’s grateful for the opportunity.
We don’t get Marshawn’s exit interview, for some reason, but we get Brian’s. He says that he thought he could become the next apprentice because he’s driven, aggressive, and focused. People underestimate him because of his height. He can take a joke and often laughs about his height, but some people are malicious with their insults. Apparently Clay wasn’t very nice to him, so Brian doesn’t care for Clay very much. Brian admits that he wasn’t creative or aggressive enough. Trump is looking for a certain spark and he just doesn’t have it.
Brian talks about the meeting debacle and says that it definitely hindered the task. It was a huge reason they lost, but Marshawn backing out of the presentation didn’t help either. She was fine with the presentation but suddenly ditched it. Randal was Brian’s go-to guy because he knew the movie stuff and was a “brainiac.” Brian says that the Boardroom was uneventful because he knew he’d screwed up. However, it was a team effort, and he doesn’t think he should have been fired just because he was the project manager. Poor Brian. I don’t think he gets it.
It sounds like Brian’s firing was surprising and not surprising at the same time. Brian says that he should have been ruthless, but instead he was too calm and nervous. He missed his friends and family while he was on the show, which is interesting to him, since all of them were in New York. He thinks that all of the candidates are great and he’s close with them. He likes Alla, Felisha, James, and Mark the most. He hopes that some day Trump will hire all of them.
And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for (I hope): The Apprentice: Star Wars. If you can, I highly encourage you to go to the Yahoo! Extras and watch this clip, because it’s great. Trump is in the Boardroom with a bunch of Stormtroopers, his candidates. He announces that squashing the Rebellion is a $32 billion industry. The candidates’ task will be judged by George and Darth Vader. Poor Carolyn doesn’t get to participate in this (though maybe she likes it better that way). One of the candidates will be fired. Darth confers with Trump, who adds, “And sliced into tiny pieces by a light saber.” Trump tells Darth, “I like your style.”
We get a shot of the Earth blowing up. Now Darth is alone in the Boardroom with Trump, who tells him that he’s not selling the Death Star hard enough. He’s supposed to say that it’s the best, most sophisticated, most technologically advanced battle station ever, in the entire galaxy. “It’s not just any Death Star, it’s the Trump Death Star,” Trump says as his name appears on Darth’s Death Star model. Maybe this is supposed to be the Trump Lesson of the Week.
We see movie scenes, and then the Stormtroopers are back in the Boardroom. Trump tells them that they blew it: “You had this yoooge Death Star thing going, and some squeaky kid from Tatooine slips in and destroys the whole shebang.” He asks whose fault it was that the Stormtroopers lost. One says, “Sir, Lord Vader was in charge of marketing.” Darth uses the Force to choke the Stormtrooper, who says, “Uh, I meant to say I was in charge of marketing.” Later, Trump fires a Stormtrooper and Darth shows him how to kill him with the Force. “I really like that,” Trump says.
Trump fires someone else for being unintelligible and for having a bad temper and bad grooming habits. It’s Chewie, of course. Chewie leaves the Boardroom (pulling a pink suitcase behind him, which is when I lost it) and growls a goodbye to Robin. In the cab, Chewie says (via subtitles), “Bad grooming habits? What’s that on HIS head, a squirrel? Sheesh!”
Next week: More singing! Um… yay?
Jenn Brasler is an Assistant Editor of RealityNewsOnline and an aspiring writer from Falls Church, VA. You can e-mail her at email@example.com. She was hoping that Trump would tell Clay he’s his father.
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