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Debbie’s cousin is here and although Aubrey and Debbie are irritated that Clay wants to run the entire show, the cousin seems to understand who is really in charge.
At Team Arsenio, they are decorating their space. Arsenio tells us his plan is to keep it simple. Sophisticated decor and lots of booze.
Meanwhile, in Clay’s camp, the mural is taking longer than expected.
He dons a giant garbage bag and begins to paint. He also gets Aubrey and Penn in there wielding a paint brush.
And so, with unknown reasons for applause, we cut back to Trump and the live show currently in progress. He introduces the fired contestants and out comes everyone who isn’t currently serving Clay or Arsenio. Except we are missing Michael Andretti and Cheryl Tiegs. Can’t say that I blame them.
Oh my f*ing God! After the commercial we cut to Lou saying he gave 110% twelve times. I thought we were done with that. Ugh! But Lou is laughing as Dorkus Amongus is shown discussing how 110% is a mathematical impossibility.
Lou tells us that he just had surgery six weeks ago and now, for the first time in his life, he can hear without the help of a hearing aid. The crowd rightfully cheers, but Lou holds up a finger to silence them. Then he rises to his feet and starts heading to Donald Trump. What’s he up to? As he walks towards Sparky, he says, everyone makes fun of him for saying 110%, but he raised $41,000 for his charity, the Muscular Dystrophy Association. With that, he tosses an envelope on the desk in front of Sparky.
Sparky asks Dayana what she thought of Lisa.
Awkward Moment #2: Sparky asks Dayana if she had a good time on the show and she pauses before saying, “Thank you for the opportunity.”
“Victoria, you come from a smart, tough family.”
“Did that help in terms of doing so well with Celebrity Apprentice.”
Trump then turns to Patricia and says her heart was broken when she lost money she raised for the Wayutaya Foundation. He wants to know how she’s doing now.
“Mr. Trump, I am having a really, really hard time, because the Wayutaya Foundation
I started to save the lives in an area where one kid was dying a day; I’ve saved hundreds of
lives, and, ah, because of the money going to the other team, this is money that I personally
raised myself. 90% of the money went to the other team. I was going to finish a school
where the kids would have two meals a day. Not only have I not been able to finish
the school, but at the same time, I have not been able to raise the money that
I lost, so it’s been a challenge.”