Second Verse, Same As The First
Oh, so John was a total asshole while he was arranging celebrity "experiences" with Erin and Stephanie, and this leads Stephanie the high-powered supply-chain whatever to interview that she and John and Erin "were 'upposed to be negotiating and selling the deal together." Yeah, she said "'upposed." Which kind of takes everything away from the credibility of her statement, as you can imagine. It's no wonder John usurped everything with his chain wallet of craziness and his bitchin' house parties.
New: You'll be glad to know there is additional Gene Simmons footage. Well, actually, you won't. It turns out that, at Fuse, Gene ran into the group before the shoot started. Everyone shakes hands, and Stephanie asks to see his giant tongue. He talks about how she'll "squeal like a twelve-year-old virgin" (lovely), and then he covers up his mouth from the cameras and shows it to her. She acts impressed. When did Gene Simmons get shy about his tongue? I am so out of the loop.
Anyway, Tana stole the show; Magna sold Moby; they won. John defended his way of negotiating, even though he was unlikable and creepy and kind of a sexist and DID I MENTION THE CHAIN WALLET? So Trump fired him. Bye! John, too, tells us that he would do nothing different, because he is all about his integrity. That's what caused him not to ask for better prizes to be auctioned off for charity, you know. It was his integrity. The charity doesn't need the money! It's time to stop asking celebrities for so darn much, don't you think?
We close with Trump running down the nine who are left. He says that more tasks are to come, and one of them will get the job with him. Who will succeed? Who will fail? Who will be The Apprentice? Boy, that was a really inspiring and awesome shot that...they've already used.
Get me out of here, seriously. I hate clip shows.
Next week: The words "Sass The Donald" are used. That can only be good.