The Wolf in Charge of the Hen House

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Carla Sparks: B | 1 USERS: B
That's an Expensive Meatball

Shockingly enough, people are lined up outside to pay for Team Power's garbage balls. Over at Plan B's meatball shop, no one is coming in because they weren't sure if it was meatballs or birth control or ...? Also, there's a sign on the door that says "closed for private event."

"We're making money now," Trace laughs coldly. Everything is going according to his terrible, jerkwad plan. Everything, that is, except Gary Busey. You can not count on Gary Busey to sit around and wait. Gary swings out and flags down a tour bus.

"Don't tell everyone to come in," Trace urges Gary. "That's my job," Gary tells him. It might very well be the job Gary gave himself, not understanding what Trace is trying to do. But Gary brings in Amy Grant, who brings in a check for $75,000. Gilbert Gottfried, Valerie Bertinelli, and Mick Foley are also interested in some publicity. So far the celebrities-only, money laundering meatball shop is a success.

Team Power is more interested in playing by the rules. Omarosa is assigned to be the cashier, which she seems to relish. Brande gets a check from Playboy, and Bret brings in some desperate old groupies. Team Power is in a rhythm.

Piers arrives for the Plan B team visit, and Gary is sent to distract him. This is actually a good plan that Trace Adkins implemented. Distracting comes naturally to Gary, and Piers surely only has so much patience. Piers calls Trace's strategy "high risk." In the end, the "stripper money" from Bret's roadies could make all the difference.

New Jersey Housewife Danielle Staub stops by to donate $1,000 to Team Power in the name of exposure. Piers Morgan swings in next to question Team Power on their numbers, which the female celebrities can't be bothered with. Meanwhile, at Plan B's non-shop, a little blonde girl shows up on behalf of T. Boone Pickens. The blonde has a $100,000 check that could buy a lot of strippers.

At the tail end of the challenge, it looks like Brande can't get a hold of one of her largest donors. Will Trace's high-risk strategy pay off? Will anyone be able to get a word in edgewise in the board room?

In the board room, Brande is evaluated as a project manager, and Bret is criticized yet again for returning. Also, it's clear that Piers Morgan and Omarosa either hate each other, or have some kind of repressed sexual tension. Omarosa comes to the board room ready, and this time Bret is her target. The attempt is relatively unsuccessful, though, and it seems like Brande is in the most trouble.

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