Last week, Alex taught us the meaning of true friendship, Apprentice-style: first hug, then tear hearts out of chests Indiana Jones Temple of Doom style, then hug.
Caring means sharing.
This week, we learned about “bedazzlers” and rhinestone-usage in tee-shirt design.
Oh yeah, and Alex lost again and finally, thankfully got his slickster college-boy paper tiger ass streamlined.
Key Moment #1
Alex picking Tana to join him on Net Worth, leaving the dysfunctional married couple of Kendra and Craig to duke it out.
And the latter pair won. Wasn’t that kind of extraordinary? Big points go to Kendra for coming up with the marketing idea that likely won the task: e-mailing 3,000 art fans who would go for the “collector’s item” tee-shirt commemorating 50 years of tee-shirt culture.
Kendra’s been stealthily sneaking her way to the top for weeks now and now only has the bright-but-limited Craig and the now nicked up Tana to go through in order to land the Trump-land job.
Key Moment #2
Alex invoking Sun Tzu’s The Art of War.
Note to Alex: This ain’t The Contender, bro. Now back to those books with you.
Key Moment #3
Alex came close to pulling off yet another boardroom miracle but thankfully Trump’s loser-ometer kicked in. Tana lucked out in getting rescued from her worst performance thus far.
Now, all together: can we forget the damned beads already?
Will the final two episodes of The Apprentice bedazzle? I’m guessing not, but I’ll be tuning in nonetheless.
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