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The Apprentice 4, Episode 12 Extras: The Dumbest Smart GirlPage 2
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Excel meets with Allison from Autism Speaks. Josh is shocked by the statistics of how many kids have autism. He interviews that he was already giving Randal 110%, but if there’s an ounce more he can give, he will. Allison is more impressed by Josh than she is by Randal. She says that he understands that increased awareness equals increased funds. Randal needs to understand and convey the importance of the message or the event won’t be as successful as it can be.
James and Chris meet with Joe Piscopo and discuss the event. Joe says that the show is big and for a great cause. He thinks the guys are on the right track. On the way home, Chris jokes about how now he can tell people that he had dinner with Joe Piscopo.
Excel is working in the suite, trying to make sure they’re not forgetting to do anything. How about check the weather report? Oops, too soon. Josh tells Randal that he should get some sleep. He says that Randal needs to recharge and the rest of the team will do some work. Randal is grateful for this. It looks like Mark, Marshawn, and Josh do wind up staying up pretty late.
Later that night, Capital Edge arrives and James and Chris go wake up Josh. Josh interviews that he, Mark, James, and Chris are all friends, but they’re in a competition now. Later, Chris is in bed and Josh starts dropping pillows on him. Josh interviews that he and Mark have to beat Chris and James, just on principle. He wants to be able to rub it in. Chris finds Josh hiding from him in a closet and asks if he’s going to stay in there all night. Josh opens the door a little and throws a hanger at him. Chris smacks the door with his pillow and Josh calls him a bully. Chris pretends to leave, then comes back after Josh emerges from the closet. Josh follows him back to his room and swings his hanger at him. Chris throws pillows back at him.
The next day, Capital Edge leaves and the teams wish each other luck. Excel discusses their event and Randal says that he needs to stand out. They’re a team, but this task is really about him. He interviews that he wanted to make sure he said that so he wouldn’t regret it later. Josh says, speaking for the rest of the team, that they’re psyched to be there and will do what they need to do in order to help Randal win.
Rebecca asks James and Chris to brainstorm about the comedy show. The two of them decide to go down to the stage to do this. They consider getting the comedians to do some improv. They come up with a great idea to have people bid on whether they can go two minutes without laughing. This is smart because it combines the show with the fundraising. Chris interviews that the show has to be fun but raise money at the same time. James interviews that Rebecca has asked them to do a lot and is relying on them, but she hasn’t come down to confer with them yet. The guys go meet with her and share what they’ve brainstormed. James interviews that she might be waiting for them to come up with great ideas and could be relying on them too much.
Excel goes to the party supply store. Mark doesn’t know why all four of them need to be there. None of us knows, Mark.
Rebecca meets with Jake Glaser, who’s a cutie. She shares that she started a non-profit organization for kids when she was just 15, so she’s always been interested in helping children. They’re not just the future, they’re the present. Jake is glad that they’re on the same page.
Later, Rebecca meets with the Yahoo executives, showing them around and telling them the team’s plans. She makes sure that they’re okay with the decisions Capital Edge has made. She interviews that raising money is a question mark here. After some discussion of soliciting donations, Rebecca interviews that she has to listen to her clients. They need to get what they want.
Mark sets up everything on the field for the softball game. He’s frustrated that it’s not going faster. Up in the war room, Marshawn, Josh, and Randal discuss him, instead of, you know, helping him. Mark isn’t sure what they’re doing up there. He assures some Outback guys that everything will get back. Ben the executive talks to Randal and Josh to tell them that things need to get done tonight. Randal assures him that everything will be ready before the game.
Capital Edge discusses their event again, mentioning that they need to coordinate the MC and comedians. Except it won’t really matter, since Joe calls to tell them that he can’t make the event. James tries to convince him (and himself) that they’ll work things out. Now, though, there’s a possibility of failure. Over at Excel, Randal and Mark set up chairs on the field. Randal says that they need to stay focused and consider every possible scenario so they can deal with whatever might happen. Except rain, of course, because it’s going to be a little wet the day of the event. This ticks me off - if rain could ruin a task, both tasks should be either inside or outside. Even without Joe Piscopo, Rebecca has an advantage.
Next week: I’m not sure who will win, but I can say this with certainty - the winner’s name will start with the letter R.
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