And we’re back with the second half of Donald’s love affair with seeing himself on TV.
We previously left off just when Debbie Gibson got the boot. So things pick up in the waiting room, where both teams are thinking it is Teresa that will be fired. Dee specifically points out that it will be Teresa because she didn’t bring in Aubrey.
Aubrey goes all female passive aggressive on Dee, which never works with men. But I can totally see the sorority girl in her with her stupid comments of telling Dee it’s okay to say crap to her face rather than behind her back. Umm, he just did say it to your face. Then she says he kisses her ass everyday, which he denies and tells her he’d be happy to say shit to her face.
What’s going on?
Lisa begs Aubrey to not start fighting with the men’s team. Aubrey stomps off, saying Dee is so phony she can’t stand to see his face. Ummm….
Actually, that’s not really true, since Dee isn’t fake at all. I think Aubrey is pissed off because when she asked to join the men’s team, Dee shouted “No!” She was expecting them to embrace her brilliance and adorableness with open arms. Girlfriend has a bruised ego.
Arsenio comes on to tell us Aubrey is the ultimate trouble maker. He’s thanking God he doesn’t have to be on her team.
Famous last words.
When Lisa asks what happened, Dee says out loud that Aubrey is evil and since she’s running out of victims on the women’s team, she’s making her move on the men’s team. How’s that for saying it to your face, Aubrey? Dee tells us in confessional that she’s a vixen who will use her womanly wiles to her advantage. Looks like Dee is right.
Aubrey targets the men’s weakest player.
Teresa and Dayana return from the boardroom and at first Aubrey is delighted to see Teresa but then she realizes that means Debbie is gone. The others are stunned and Lisa surmises she must have killed someone in a former life to still be stuck with the two worthless bitches who returned. Actually, I think it’ all your poison karma in this life that you are feeling, Lisa.
Dayana is smug and tells everyone that the issue was about fundraising and Aubrey’s name was mentioned several times. She says bringing her into the boardroom was a bad decision by the project manager. Teresa gets pissed off and the two get into it.
Clay settles on a couch and asks someone to bring him some popcorn.
Dayana actually wins the argument and shuts up Teresa but this team has completely unraveled. Lisa wonders what it will be like for them on the next task and who will be able to lead them to a victory.
It’s the next day and time for the water works. Dee is presenting his check for the March of Dimes to a couple with a premature baby. I’m holding back the freaking tears so The Professor won’t make fun of me.
If this doesn’t choke you up, you need help.
The teams meet with Sparky inside a gymnasium and he informs the women that since they’ve lost 5 out of seven tasks, he is switching up the teams. He sends Aubrey and Teresa over to the men’s side and pulls Lou, Dee and Penn from the men’s team to support Lisa and Dayana. While I’m sure Clay is thrilled to be rid of Penn, none of the men like the change up.
Arsenio decides a heart attack will be less awful
than having Aubrey on his team.
Trump asks how they feel about the new teams and he starts with his man crush Lou. Lou says since he has been married 31 years, he can tolerate women. Dorkus Amongus is amused that Lou can only tolerate them.
Looks like VampEric is joining us for this task.
Ivanka must be re-elasticizing after a good feed.
Dayana is thrilled with the change up and says if Lisa is upset that they are still on the same team it is too bad for Lisa. I like to see that Dayana is finally getting a spine and starting to look out for herself.
Trump introduces two of the stuffiest, whitest, Ivy leaguest corporate dudes we’ve seen so far. They are from Walgreens and they are starting a new campaign called Walk with Walgreens to get people to walk thirty minutes a day. The teams will have to do a live presentation that promotes the campaign and design the membership kit that goes along with it. Alison Sweeney from The Biggest Loser will be judging along with Corporate out of touch dudes.
Lou will be the team leader for the new Lisa/Dayana team. He’s thrilled that the task involves physical fitness and he thinks the idea of walking connects beautifully with his charity, since the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation is all about walking with heart. Seems a little abstract to me, but maybe he’ll win.
Sparks now has a boner, since his man hunk is taking the lead. He can’t help himself.
Lou, will you do push ups for me?
Aubrey, always wanting to make it about herself and maybe hoping to deflect Trump’s lust onto herself so she can marry well, asks if she can compete with Lou. WTF? She’s in a skin tight black dress and she wants to go against Lou Ferrigno? She’s off her rocker. Sparky grants her permission, so she gets down and starts pumping away. Her form is decent but her head is hanging low. Lou takes a minute to position himself to the best visible advantage and then lays flat down on the floor with his arms out in front of him. What the hell is he doing?
Holy shit, he’s using his triceps!
I’ve never seen a push up like that before. That takes some serious conditioning. Everyone is blown away and one would hope Aubrey is humbled as she does a little scramble of shame to get back to her feet. The judges all declare Lou the winner.
I think Dorkus Amongus just figured out
what his dad has been gushing about.
Dee tells us Lou is going to be 60 on Wednesday. Awesome.
Arsenio will be the team leader for the Aubrey/Teresa mashup and he tells us he’s playing for the Magic Johnson Foundation, but he’s also playing for his cousin who died of AIDS. The winning team will get the usual 20K plus Walgreens is throwing in an additional 30K.
Well, turns out Dayana was right. Lisa is upset that Dayana is still on her team. And now that she has to deal with Lou too, she tells us she is literally in her idea of hell and will have to deal with these idiots for the rest of eternity.
“Thank you, God.”
Do you think Lisa would be more pleasant if she got more sleep? I hate what a bitch she has turned out to be.
Lisa’s team is using the Forte war room, so that shall now be the new name of the team that consists of Lou, Penn, Dee, Lisa and Dayana. Dee asks how they should start and Lisa tells him since their formula has not worked, it would be best to operate the way the guys have been doing it.
Lisa sure does look sleep deprived.
Penn pipes up that he has to leave in the afternoon for a show and won’t be back until the next morning. The execs from Walgreens arrive to explain the task and Lisa says she’s their perfect target audience. The couch potato who doesn’t want to move at all and would rather be wheeled around in a wheelchair all day, even though they aren’t handicapped.
Lou tells the execs that he’s had both knees and both hips replaced and while he was recovering he started walking and realized the great benefits of walking. The execs are polite, but giving them a testimonial isn’t really going to get the job done. Lou says they loved his story, however, and somehow that will translate to them winning the task.
Team Unanimous will now consist of Clay, Arsenio, Paul, Teresa and Aubrey. They are gathered together and Aubrey starts spewing about her creative ideas. She’s seriously going on and on and frankly I think she’s stating the obvious; it has to be bold and bright, it has to catch the eye, it has to make the shopper want to pick it out among all the other items at Walgreens. Finally she stops talking and asks Arsenio what he thinks. He pauses to carefully choose his words then tells her, “I love to hear what the executives are looking for before locking in on an idea.”
The first Aubrey shoot down in history! Yay Arsenio!
Naturally now that Aubrey has had her wings clipped she tells us she isn’t as impressed with Arsenio as she expected to be. When the execs arrive, Aubrey interrupts Arsenio’s questions to steam roll the conversation.
Are you kidding me, bitch?
Arsenio calls her a narcissistic piece of work.
Back at team Forte, Penn is pitching an idea about all the things you can do while walking. I kind of like it; my biggest complaint about working out is that it eats up time I could be doing something else. Amazingly, Lisa likes the idea and is good with rolling with it. I was expecting her to squash it unmercifully. She actually seems delighted with Penn and says he is clearly the smartest person competing and that together she and he will be running the show. Lou not so much.
Lou delegates Dee to direct the design of the box, while he puts Lisa on writing. For himself, he shall be the presenter. Penn argues that the concept is what can you do while walking and one cannot become Mr. Universe while walking. He thinks it would be better to utilize one of the professional speakers they have on their team. Lou tells them that he is the project manager and he will be presenting. I like his conviction but it is so clear this boy is a one trick muscle pony.
One thing I do like, though, is that the men are listening to Dayana’s ideas and Penn even comes on to tell us that he thinks Dayana is a team player and clearly works hard and he’s very happy to have her on his team.
At Unanimous, guess what: Aubrey’s talking. Arsenio suggests a theme of putting a talk show on it’s feet. Brilliant Clay tells them they have to encourage the audience to interact, rather than just watch. He suggests it be a game show instead. Aubrey nearly leaps from her chair jumping on the idea and steamrolling over Clay’s voice.
I’ll bet she’s chalking this one up to her idea now.
Aubrey is now focusing on the packaging design and she’s suggesting the box have each of their faces on it with a quote under it; Paul’s could be “I walk to stay healthy”, Clay “I walk to keep my lungs or whatever, about singing”, Teresa “I walk to whatever, to keep up with my girls”, Aubrey “I walk so I can stay hot”, Arsenio “Arsenio, you could be the person that took a walk away from the industry for awhile.”
Aresnio says the girl is ruthless and manipulative and this was clearly meant as a diss. He says he isn’t going to be able to stand working with her much more. The team heads out to Walgreens to get their pictures taken for their box design.
At Walgreens, Aubrey is running the show and taking all the pictures. Arsenio feels like she’s taking pics of him that are too close, but she refuses to let him see the pictures. Who the hell is this girl??? I’m still smarting from her Arsenio jab and I’d like to point out that while these are her contemporary years, I had no idea who she was, which means when she’s a has-been, she’ll also be long forgotten. Can’t say that about Arsenio, bitch. In fact, he’s so legendary you only have to use his first name and most people know who you are talking about.
At Forte, Penn is working on developing a script before he has to go. He’s planning on still doing the talking for all the important presentation stuff, but he’s doing a good job of convincing Lou that he’s the presenter. Penn has to leave and Lisa likens it to watching daddy go off to work. She’s worried how things will go without him.
Next they focus on their box design. Dee wants to concentrate on branding and he’s using the Walgreens logos without “screwing with them”.
Dayana wishes it were a little more creative.
Dorkus Amongus arrives to check on Forte and something funky is going on behind him. I can’t decide if it is a ghost or just his essence of body snatcher leaving a trail behind him. See for yourself:
The Walking Undead?
Today is a good day for Dorkus Amongus and he’s looking hot again. He tells us that Lisa recognizes that she’s still a strong player and if she has to manage Lou to get the win, then maybe a little insubordination is a good thing. Doesn’t sound like he’s got much confidence in Lou.
While DJ is hanging with the Forte team, Dayana is helping Dee with computer issues. DJ surmises she isn’t as useless as it has been claimed.
Dee says he’s impressed with her intellect and maturity.
I had no idea Dayana was only 25. The way she handles all the bitchy cattiness that surrounds her and the fact that she’s never stooped to their level impresses the hell out of me now that I know her age. I thought she was much older based on the way she conducts herself.
Lisa wants to vomit at what she is hearing.
Lisa is a jealous bitch. I got nothing more to add to that. I’m not going to repeat her poisonous spew.
At Unanimous, they are working on their box design. Scratch that. Aubrey is working on her sheer genius concept and everyone else watches. When they get to the picture of Arsenio, he tells her he wants her to use the other picture, but she refuses. Refuses! Whatever happened to being a team player and respecting your project manager?
“Sorry Arsenio, but if you hate the picture you hate yourself.
‘Cause that’s what you look like. Those wrinkles are really there.”
Clay says he’s uncomfortable with how much Aubrey is taking over and doing things without approval. VampEric arrives to check on their progress and even though Aubrey was over working on the box while the team was sitting around a table with Vamp, Aubrey abandons her post and takes a seat at the table and immediately takes over the conversation. No one says anything and after a minute she says, “Sorry. Am I taking over?” She always expects people to give her permission to lead on at points like this, but instead Arsenio says “yes.” They cut it to appear to be very awkward after she leaves the table and returns to the computer, but I bet that wasn’t really how it was. I hope she feels like her wrist was slapped, though.
I wonder if Aubrey blood will sing in my veins.
By the way, look at the background behind VampEric. This team is a bunch of slobs!
At team Forte, they are riding in a van and they have decided their slogan is “Walk and do it all”. Lisa then suggests they have words in gray in the background that depict all the things you can be doing while you are walking. Dee is throwing out words like flirting and dating but then he starts saying scratching and itching and yelling and insulting. Dayana hates the idea, she feels like the words are too negative and will confuse the idea they are trying to project.
But she’s learned her lesson about interrupting Lisa.
They are now at their stage and rehearsing. Lisa is running the show, but sadly it is very apparent that she has to. Both Lou and Dayana would be going out into left field if she wasn’t reigning them in. I recognize that she really does have the weight of the job on her shoulders, but she doesn’t need to be such a bitch about it. I can’t believe she turns to the camera and whispers so Lou won’t hear,
“It’s going to be so sad when Lou goes home tomorrow.”
Bitch! You just keep creating your own karmic hell.
At Unanimous, everything is a struggle with Aubrey. She wants everyone to use the quotes she’s written for them, but Arsenio is arguing as he wants to use his own words. She’s always saying Dayana is disruptive but she keeps interrupting any conversation she isn’t involved in. While the other teammates are reviewing what they will be saying in the game show, Aubrey asks Clay to come over and approve his photo. When Arsenio goes to check his out, it still isn’t the photo he wants to use. Aubrey absolutely refuses to use his photo because she says it is not in-line with the others. I see her point, but Arsenio is also right that as the game show host, it would make sense that he has a different head shot than the contestants. Then again, the sign behind him in the picture he wants to use says “eat right” so that could create confusion with the walking concept.
Clay tells us Aubrey makes sure everyone approves her work and that she does nothing better than she does cover her own ass. Unbelievably, at some point Aubrey outright asks if the men are happy to have her and Teresa on their team.
I think Aubrey is incredibly passive-aggressive and
preys on the politeness of others.
It’s late evening and at team Forte, Lisa is in hell. She has managed to convince the team that Dayana shouldn’t be in a two piece for the presentation. Dayana informed Lisa that all she wears are thongs, which I’m sure fries Lisa’s big ass. Luckily, a store is found that is still open and has bathing suits so Lou and Dayana head off to find her a modest one piece to wear for the presentation.
Lisa tells Dee she can’t take it anymore.
She tries to persuade Dee to see that Dayana is worthless and stupid. Dee can’t believe she’s trying to talk to him about feelings and not only that, he doesn’t see what she is talking about. He gently tries to tell her that in recent years he’s decided it is better to be less vicious. I think he’s actually talking about her and I’m loving him right about now. Lisa’s behavior is the mark of a desperate person trying to undermine people because she doesn’t have an honest foot to stand on.
It’s now the day of the presentations and Penn has arrived after taking an overnight flight. According to Dee, Penn is operating on just one hour of sleep. They start their set up and rehearsal.
Their signage is horrible!
It’s time for the presentation. Lou comes out and delivers an excellent motivational story about his knee and hip replacements and how he had to learn to walk again. Lisa even admits he did a great job and she’s proud that he stuck to the script.
The presentation is going great. Penn is funny and Dayana is adorable. They are getting laughs. But then poor Penn on his one of our sleep accidentally says Walk with Walmart.
The judges wince.
It seems like things are a little bit tense. Penn realizes his mistake and starts shouting Walgreens! Walgreens! Suddenly, Dayana literally bounces on stage and asks in a ditzy voice if she should pass Penn her crown. The crowd bursts out laughing and the seriousness of the situation is diffused. Dyana literally saved the presentation.
There can’t be any way she gets called back tonight!
It seems like Forte nailed this presentation. It was funny, educational, interactive and fun. The judges seem to love it as the team takes their final bows. But then the team leaves the stage and the judges start examining their set design. Alison Sweeney is confused about the itching, yelling and scratching words in the background of their banner. Ruh roh.
Unanimous is up next and Clay is great as the game show announcer. Arsenio revs up the crowd and makes them do his signature arm pump while shouting “Walk with Walgreens!” They hand out t-shirts which I guess make the crowd each part of a team for the game show. But the game show is kind of a dud. There are no categories on the questions, clearly spinning the wheel has no bearing on what Arsenio will ask the contestants (who are Paul, Teresa and Aubrey). They answers questions, but do they win anything? How is it a game? And I don’t really see how the audience is interacting. But the crowd looks like they like it.
Aubrey tries to use mental telepathy to
inform the crowd she designed the box.
Arsenio tells us he’s proud of the work they did and of his job as project manager. His hardest task was managing Aubrey. He’s hoping they will win but he says he will be a caged tiger in the boardroom fighting for that check.
The judges like the box but feel like the Unanimous presentation was intensely fact based and not really spelled out. They decide they have a tough decision ahead of them and head off to talk to Sparky.
Boardroom Time Part 2:
Sparks asks Lou how they did and Lou says he thinks they won. Lisa doesn’t think Lou was the best project manager and explains to the old man that there were no assignments, people just took it upon themselves to make the show work. Lisa says Lou isn’t tough enough to manage but Donald interrupts and disagrees. He asks Penn if he agrees with Lisa and Penn takes the opportunity to wiggle out of an answer by saying he wasn’t there for most of the prep time. Stupid Sparky proposes they fire Penn because he wasn’t around.
Since when is it an offense when career calls? I’ve seen Cyndi Lauper disappear from a task because of another engagement in a previous season and just this season, Sparks gave Adam Carolla a pass to host a freaking wedding. Hypocrite!
Lisa and Dee come to Penn’s defense and Sparky backs off.
Trump turns to the Unanimous team and a discussion of having the ladies on their team leads to a conversation about having to manage Aubrey. Arsenio does a great job of talking about not wanting to shut down her ideas but having to customize managing to handle her mile a minute style. He points out that other players don’t operate like that. His example is that Paul will sit quietly and listen and then say one word, but that word is a nugget of gold. Clay says Aubrey’s refusal to obey her project manager can be harmful. Sparky agrees.
The Trump prodigies are asked to show the opposing team the box designs and they are tossed over.
Aubrey examines the box and tosses it away in disgust
instead of sharing it with her team mates.
Forte is alarmed at how good the Unanimous box is. Clay tells Trump the Forte box is boring. Lisa says the design is very impressive and the quotes are adorable. Aubrey leans over and pipes in that the quotes were written by her and asks Lisa if she’s proud of her.
“There she goes again, putting the i in team.”
Arsenio is pissed that she’s saying she wrote all the quotes when she didn’t. She tries to manipulate the conversation by first acting confused and then saying she was just trying to tell Lisa how great she did and finally pointing out all the ones she did write. But Arsenio is right, her blanket statement was that she wrote them all, so Arsenio wins the round and manages to shut her up!
What is with these women and their horrible painted eyebrows???
Arsenio points out how Aubrey tossed the box away from the team instead of passing it on to others. He says it illustrates how her whole personality is all about her. Trump agrees and says he has seen that too.
VampEric informs Unanimous that the execs loved the concept and the box but didn’t care for all the facts and figures. He tells them that no one was motivated to go out and walk after the presentation.
When Sparks asks Aubrey who came up with the concept, she can’t remember. This pisses Arsenio off even more, since she is sure to shout to the rooftops when it is her idea. He tells Trump that it is really hard to massage her self-centered ego and work her within a team, instead of just letting her steamroll everything. Trump says he has a lot of respect for Clay and asks if he feels the same way. Clay agrees whole heartedly. He says it was a lot of work massaging Aubrey into the group.
Aubrey starts welling up tears but her defense is to turn to Teresa and say, “Teresa, as far as me being a team player, have I taught you everything you ever asked?”
My God, the Aubradacity! She has no idea how pompous she sounds, and how insulting it is to say that to another grown women with more experience. Even Trump calls her out on that one. She’s wiping away the tears now and Trump tells her to stop crying.
Sparky asks Aubrey if she likes Arsenio and she says not after what she’s hearing. Arsenio points out that’s because he would have to kiss her ass to have her like him.
The general consensus is that if Arsenio’s team loses Aubrey will be fired. Sparky seems to agree and it looks like he’s already made up his mind who he would fire if they lost. Trump warns Aubrey that people like her often burn and crash and go down with the dogs. He tells her to be very careful.
Dorkus Amongus tells Sparky that for team Forte, the execs loved Lou’s testimonial. They hated that Penn said Walmart instead of Walgreens. Penn owns up and admits he was running on one hour of sleep and didn’t even realize when he did it. DJ also tells them that the execs did not like all the words in the signage that mentioned negative things like yelling, itching and scratching. When asked who’s idea it was, I am surprised when Dee raises his hand. It was Lisa’s idea, although he helped feed her the words. Seems to me like he’s taking a bullet for Lisa.
Finally, Sparky puts everyone out of their misery and tells them all that Unanimous won.
Arsenio gets all choked up and starts crying. He’s completely overwhelmed as he is doing this for the Magic Johnson Foundation but also for his cousin who recently died of AIDS. It’s pretty touching how emotional he is right now and Trump is giving him boat loads of props.
Unanimous exits the board room and Aubrey brushes off Teresa’s attempts to console her. Aubrey marches away and gets into the elevator!
Is this the last we will see of our diabolical genius?
Of course not. Although she comes on in testimonial and says she doesn’t want to work anymore with all the negativity and ugliness (ummmm an evironment she created) and she’s not sure this is the right place for her. Bullshit! She won’t quit – she’s too ambitious for that. She’s just not used to being told she isn’t the yummiest set of pajamas on the shelf and she’s slinking off to lick her wounds. Grow up and get over your dramatic self, brat!
Back in the board room, Lou says he is surprised and he doesn’t see how they could have done any better. Remember those words. Lou says he shouldn’t be fired just because he was project manager. Once again he informs us all that he gave 110%. Maybe what he needs to give is 125%. He says he made it to all the rehearsals and he was on stage and he kept the mood of the team. That isn’t really what project managing is about. Why can’t Trump get that Lou doesn’t know this?
VampEric finally senses the weakness and asks Lou if it was a good idea to say they couldn’t have done any better, since they lost. Lou does a song and dance and says the one who didn’t give 110% is Dee. I love that Dorkus Amongus asked, “Who didn’t give 110%, if that’s even mathematically possible?”
Lou claims Dee was trying to take over and was constantly wooing Dayana. WTF? Did we miss some footage?
Lisa says she would bring back Dayana (of course) and Lou to the boardroom. She says their 110% is her 50%. Can we please ditch the 110% thing? Trump says that means Lisa thinks she’s superior to Lou and Dayana. She denies it, but Trump sticks the best dagger in her side by saying in some ways Dayana is superior to her. HAHAHA!
Trump asks his man hunk who he will bring back to the board room and Lou names Dayana and either Penn or Dee. Why would he name Dayana? Does no one remember she saved the presentation? Then Lou decides it will be Dee who comes back. I think he’s nuts. Penn made a major mistake saying the wrong name of the company – that could be totally exploited. Lou’s not a thinker on his feet.
In Unanimous’ war room, they still don’t know where Aubrey is. Arenio is still emotional. He’s trying to let things go, but he can’t quite reign it in. He’s still ranting about Aubrey and her arrogance. The more he talks the more he gets worked up.
“Why don’t you punch me in the face and ask Teresa how it feels?”
He’s having a one sided argument with Aubrey and it is starting to alarm his teammates. Teresa says he looks like a wildcard now and she’s shocked at his ranting. She’s right that Arsenio seemed really sweet and now he’s spouting some serious rage. He predicts Trump would never let her “stank ass” represent The Apprentice.
Arsenio then starts talking about how when he googled Teresa to find out about her, he learned about her show, her culinary pursuits and her fashion background. When he googled Aubrey he found a naked picture of her with a gun. Let me try:
I can see what he means.
Teresa wonders how they will be able to move forward from this.
In the lobby, Lou is talking to Amanda. She says she’s seen a lot of things out there. Dee is pissed that Lou said he didn’t give 110%. Someone please fire Lou so we can all stop saying that.
What do you think she does with her
scratch pad and gold scissors all day?
Dayana, Dee and Lou return to the board room and Trump asks our beauty why people keep calling her back. Dee backs up Dayana when she says she pitched in as best she could and worked hard. Lou says he shouldn’t be fired because he did the best he could. I think that reason alone should get him fired. Dee starts mentioning how Lou didn’t write or produce but simply approved. Lou approved the writing. Lou approved the design concept. Lou approved the box.
Not the box! Don’t talk about the box, Dee!
Ah, shit. Now they’re talking about branding and the box design. Dammit, Dee! He tries to argue that he had the lead on the design but Lou oversaw and approved everything. Dee tells the Trumps that if Lou didn’t have a writer he’d be hamstrung because he can’t create. He goes on to confess that the men’s team used to have “Lou whisperer’s”, that is, people who could work with Lou and understand he has a limitation. According to Dee the Lou Whisperer’s were Clay, Arsenio and Dee.
Luckily the mention of Arenio distracts Sparky and he goes off again on how awesome Arsenio was. Trump says there is no reason for Dayana to be there and that Lou should have brought Penn back to the board room. I think this would have been Penn’s last stand if he had come back. Dee tries to explain that Lou is a one note horn and all he can do is perform. Dee points out that he has yet to do performance which is his strongest element, but he’s still pitching in and working hard for his team.
Trump points out to Dee that he has a crush on Lou so how dumb is it for Dee to think he would ever fire his beloved boy toy?
I can’t fire the two people I fantasize about, Dee.
So I’m sorry. You’re fired.
Dammit! Not only does it suck that Lou wasn’t sent home, as he should have been. It also sucks because Dee was awesome and I really liked him. Not to mention he was my pick to win the whole thing. But if we think about it, Dee has already won a huge amount for his charity. And since Lou also won a ton of money for his charity already, I think this whole thing was rigged so that a new charity could get some of the money. Who knows who really won that task – that wasn’t how they decided the winning team.
Rock on, Dee Snider. We’ll miss you!
Dee exits with grace and says good-bye to both Dayana and Lou. That is more than I can say for Debbie who refused to shake hands with Teresa after their board room disaster.
You are a super cool dude, sir.
So what do you all think about this week’s episode? I guess I’m now going to pick Clay Aiken to take the title, although Lisa is a serious fighter.
See you all next week.