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The Apprentice 5, Episode 9 Extras: Anything You Can Do…Page 2
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Everyone discusses Andrea’s failure to mention to her team that she’s an “expert” at bulk sales. Andrea reveals that her expertise is really in hiring great sellers, and her expertise in graphic design is hiring great graphic designers. Yeah, that’s not so much the same thing. If I can hire a great accompanist to play piano for me, that doesn’t mean I’m a great pianist. Trump notes that this means Andrea should have been helping Allie. They all discuss who Allie and Andrea get along with.
Well, Andrea made Synergy lose, and she doesn’t get along with people, and she can’t follow, and she sucks in general, so she’s fired. Yay!
Andrea cries through her whole cab confessional. Leslie didn’t even cry and she got fired on her birthday. Andrea says that her team won a lot, so obviously she can be led. Um, okay. She thinks they’ll struggle without her. Of course she does. Allie has problems making decisions under pressure and wouldn’t listen to Andrea’s advice. And I’m sure Andrea’s advice was perfect and wonderful and magical and transcendent and came attached to puppies and kittens, floating down from Heaven on a fluffy cloud. However, Andrea hopes she does well. She’s such a liar.
Andrea continues that people either have something or they don’t. How profound. Apparently Tarek and Sean have this “something.” She enjoyed the experience because business is fun for her. She thinks she did well, of course, and is upset that she got the “Brent special.” Finally, the Brent special is explained - it’s when a person is fired before going into the second boardroom. Though technically it should be called the Elizabeth special, since she was the first person that ever happened to.
In her exit interview, Andrea is insufferably full of herself. She thought she would win because of her tremendous business acumen. Other people were there to get the level of experience she has obtained, but she was there to get the level of experience Trump has obtained. She hated the cruise line task because Roxanne had unrealistic timelines and was frantic about the footage. Andrea says that Roxanne and Allie were childish and she was never threatened by them because they didn’t display any business ability. She overheard them talking about her a lot, which means that Andrea is just a big eavesdropper. They had a strategic alliance against her and saw her as a threat.
She continues that Allie and Roxanne went over the top and lied about her in the boardroom, saying that she sabotaged everything. She was calm and they were yelling, because Andrea never yells. That wouldn’t be classy. Andrea also didn’t feel the need to defend herself in the boardroom because she knew that what the others were saying about her wasn’t true. Then shouldn’t she have made more of an effort to defend herself? I will never understand her logic. Trump was the only person who defended Andrea. And then he fired her, so what does that tell you? Andrea thinks he was “momentarily distracted” by the others. What? She’s still shocked at being fired, but she doesn’t need a job with Trump. Yes, Andrea, you’re too punk rock for this. She would do this again, and she loves Tarek and Sean. She liked everyone except Brent. Of course. Andrea finishes by saying that she owns a mountain in Santa Fe. I didn’t even think that was possible.
In a preview for next week, we see Roxanne and Allie eating somewhere. Roxanne says that people are suspicious when they’re shady. Sean has flown under the radar because he’s been trying to protect himself. Taken out of context, I’m not sure what she’s talking about exactly. She continues that Sean is crafty and charming. I guess the British charm has worn off. Allie says that Sean probably thought she was going to be fired. I really wish I knew what they were referring to. Allie says that Sean sold his soul. Roxanne wonders what he’s doing now; she thinks he’s trying to get back into Tammy’s good graces. Allie doesn’t think that Tammy will want to date Sean now.
She’s wrong, because Sean and Tammy are out on a “date,” eating pizza. Sorry, Betsy. Tammy interviews that the others think Sean is weak in character, but she thinks he’s a good guy. Sean tells us how cool Tammy is and says that anything could happen. After this is all over, he thinks they’ll have lots of babies. I don’t trust him anymore. Just saying.
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