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The Apprentice 4, Episode 11: She's Out of ControlPage 3
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Janice says that Excel did well; she liked that they presented a story and showed how the product would change things. Dustin says that Capital Edge’s story was more difficult to follow. Janice adds that there was too much in the video. Dustin points out that there was a lot of text they had to read and not as much showing. Unsurprisingly, Excel wins. Their reward will be a sail around Manhattan on a schooner the next morning. Trump adds that when Randal and Rebecca are successful, they might have their own yachts. Felisha and Alla will return to the boardroom and someone will be fired.
That evening, Alla and Felisha go out to eat. Felisha says that she’s had a tough life and is now at a difficult impasse. Alla interviews that Felisha has become pretty pathetic and knows she’s weaker than Alla. Felisha says that they’ll be fine in the boardroom. Alla interviews that she looks down on people who are depressed and all she can do right now is laugh. For she is Alla, and she will crush you with her giant foot of power and confidence. Tremble before Alla!
In the morning, Randal and Rebecca head to the schooner for their reward. Rebecca is, of course, happy about the win because she finally got what she needed. As the crew gets them ready to leave, we see two people approaching on the dock. They turn out to be Rebecca’s boyfriend Matt and Randal’s wife Zahara. The four happily reunite. In the most adorable interview ever, Randal exclaims, “I got to see my wife!” It’s so sweet that I can’t help but say, “Awww!”
The four enjoy their sail. Matt tells Rebecca that whenever she’s within striking distance, she gets struck, and now she needs to “get ‘er done.” Rebecca interviews that Matt loves her whether she’s the Apprentice or not. Randal tells Zahara that he’s very glad to have won this reward. She notes that he would probably be upset if someone else had won and had come back to talk about seeing a family member. Randal interviews that his wife is very important to him and it was great to see her. However, he knows that soon he’ll need to put his game face back on: “It’s not over till it’s over.”
Back in the suite that evening, Felisha tells Randal that it will be hard to go into the boardroom with a friend. Randal doesn’t envy her. Felisha reveals that on the second task, she and Alla declared that they would both go all the way to the final four. She interviews that she likes Alla and she can be warm.
In the bedroom, Felisha tells Alla that she doesn’t want to have a defeatist attitude, but she wants to be honest and fair in the boardroom. Alla doesn’t respond. Instead, she interviews that she’s going to fight in the boardroom because she wants this badly. She thinks Felisha should just give up. If Felisha fights, she won’t be going home with her head held high. “I’ll destroy her,” Alla vows.
The two head to the boardroom. Trump tells Alla that he knows she hates to lose. He asks Felisha why she was the PM. Felisha says that she wanted to prove herself to Carolyn, Bill, and Trump. Trump notes that Bill said Alla was difficult to manage. He wants to know if that goes for everyone or just Felisha. Felisha tells him that they clashed right from the beginning. Alla speaks up that she has a great record with project managers. She doesn’t think she’s difficult. Difficult people rarely do. She thinks Felisha focused too much on the possibility of being outshined by Alla. Felisha disagrees. Alla says that Felisha would give her control, then tell her to back off when she was doing too good of a job. Trump is confused by this.
Felisha says that Alla kept saying what she wanted instead of worrying about what was best for the team. Alla says that Felisha told her not to make her look bad. Bill says that Alla was clearly taking charge. Alla thinks she was just trying to do her best. Carolyn asks if Alla thinks she was the leader. Alla doesn’t, but Carolyn points out that Felisha didn’t either, and that was the problem. Carolyn asks if Alla takes any responsibility. Alla does, noting that they worked together.
Carolyn asks what makes Alla better than Felisha, or vice versa. Alla says that Felisha lost focus and control of the task. Felisha corrects that she lost control of Alla. She says that she stepped up to be PM, but when she offered to lead the task, she didn’t realize what a mess Alla would be. She says that Alla needs a leading role to do well. All Felisha cared about was winning. If they’d won, she wouldn’t be there. Well, obviously.<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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