Apprentice
Tit for Tat

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The Unbearable Lightness of Carson Daly

The sun goes down. The sun comes up. Time for another day of negotiation for our candidates. First up is the VersaCorp negotiation with Regis. Tammy walks in and introduces herself, and Regis immediately says, "How nice you look, Tammy, in your business suit." Asshole. At least he didn't say "little business suit." Bill says that going into this negotiation, he had "a high level of concern about Tammy." He feels that her questions will cause the team to "lose credibility." Speaking of which, taking in the collection of stuff all around Regis's office, Tammy asks, "Do you live here?" Regis plays it off, but...yeah, not a good opening. Amy introduces the idea of "spend a day in the life of Regis Philbin," beginning with breakfast. Regis thinks his day is actually kind of boring, especially since he barely eats breakfast and does nothing first thing in the morning except feed his cat. Heh. "So what else?" Regis asks. Tammy interviews that the ideas that Amy was presenting weren't "exactly what [Regis] was looking for." Tammy, therefore, pitches "the big idea" of letting people bid on an exotic trip with Regis and Joy. Regis doesn't really warm to the idea of taking people he doesn't know on vacation with him, unsurprisingly, so that one pretty much falls flat. Yeah, no kidding. I barely want to go on vacation with people I like. Tammy also accidentally calls him "Phil" while pitching it, which is a result of the last name/first name confusion, but still. Get the name right, Tammy. Tonight is the night of name confusion. Amy asks about other events that Regis may be involved in, and Regis mentions his nightclub act. Regis has a nightclub act? Okay. Anyway, that's in Atlantic City, so they come up with a plan to sell a day with Regis, going down for dinner and a backstage look at the nightclub act. On the way out of Regis's office, everyone taps the "Play Like A Champion Today" sign above the door -- including George -- but Tammy doesn't, claiming to be too short. Which she isn't. I love George, although I kind of wish he had kicked Tammy on the way out.

When we get back from the commercial, it's auction night at Sotheby's. Boyfriend Bill explains that the candidates got a skybox from which they could watch the action on the floor. Trump -- with The Hair looking especially confusing this evening, and more like a slumbering animal than ever -- introduces the auction, and explains that it's for a great cause, so he encourages everyone to go out and spend some big money purchasing a favorite celebrity. Jessie interviews that her experience is mostly at "farm auctions" with the fast-talking auctioneers, so this was a teeny bit different. Well, at least you get to keep the cows.

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