Part two of the double header contest last week starts with Dee visiting some parents in the hospital who have a premature baby. He explains that he too, had two premies and has supported the March of Dimes ever since. He is emotional as he gets to present the men’s $325,000 winnings of the guidebook sales and victory over the women to the March of Dimes representative.
A twist this week came when Trump switched up the teams since the women have lost five of 7 tasks. The new teams are Teresa, Aubrey, Arsenio, Clay, and Paul as Unanimous. The Forte team will consist of Lou, Penn, Dayana, Lisa, and Dee. The new task is to develop a live and interactive health ad that will promote the “Work for Walgreens” program that gives rewards for tracking walking activity online.
Lou steps up as project manager for Forte and Arsenio volunteers for Unanimous. Lisa is still not happy as she dreads working with Lou and Dayana. As Unanimous starts to plan, Clay is worried about having Aubrey on the team as she immediately tries to lead, But Arsenio tries to keep the peace. Forte comes up with the idea that you can walk while doing other things and Lisa buys in as she considers Penn a valuable member of “HER” team. Penn gets the tasks assigned as he must leave for 24 hours and naturally, Lisa feels like she is left to babysit. Unanimous settles on a game show idea as Aubrey is trying to rub Arsenio the wrong way, but the team heads to Walgreens to make photos to use on the kit titled “Face Reality.”
Dee starts designing the Forte kit. Don visits the group and sees that Lisa is still trying to control as Dee praises the work of Dayana. Lisa says she wanted to throw up and thinks Dee is crazy! Back at Unanimous, Aubrey and Arsenio are still in disagree mode as Aubrey does what she wants without regard for the leadership of Arsenio.
Meanwhile Forte does a practice run of their presentation and Lisa worries about Lou messing up. As Penn returns, they pull the presentation together, yet Lou becomes the team’s demise as he uses Walmart instead of Walgreens in his part, plus the execs were not pleased with some of the wording that Dayana warned Dee about. Unanimous begins their presentation with Clay announcing the game show and Arsenio begins his questions as the team gives their answers about walking. The execs like the “Face Reality” theme.
The first boardroom with the new teams began with Lisa complaining as usual, stating that she and Penn carried them. Trump hits up Arsenio about how he liked Aubrey on his team and he said it was ok. Clay says Arsenio was a great leader and although Aubrey brought ideas to the table, Teresa was a better team player. When Aubrey takes credit for writing the quotes on the box Arsenio lets her have it.
The Walgreen execs loved the Forte energy and the “Face Reality” theme, but thought the game show was not motivational enough. The execs thought the Unanimous presentation was touching with Lou’s testimonial, but were not happy about the Walmart slip up by Penn. As the teams leave the boardroom, Aubrey gets on the elevator and leaves. They let her go as she says she can not handle the negativity.
As the boardroom continues, Lou explains that Dee was more busy “wooing” Dayana than working. Trump expresses that Dee was in charge of the box that the execs disliked. Lou is bringing back Dee and Dayana. As they seat back in the boardroom, Trump asks Dayana why she keeps being brought back to the boardroom. She stated she doesn’t know and that Lou should be fired as a poor organizer. Dee agrees as he said Lou approved the design for the box. Trump feels that Dayana should not be there, but Penn instead for his mistake in calling out Walmart during the presentation.
Trump focused on the exec’s love of Lou’s testimonial and energy. Trump adds that people think he likes firing people, but says it is not true. He adds it is extremely hard to fire good people. Since the loss came down to presentation and box design, Trump fires Dee. The three leave the boardroom and say their farewells. Arsenio is still emotional about his team’s win for charity.
See more “Apprentice” drama in the boardroom Sunday 9/Eastern on NBC.