MODS: I mean 11/18, not 11/19. Can one of you fix that? I noticed it 1s after a I posted!
Wow, no post for it yet!? It's dead around here. Guess I'll mini recap and start it off:
Trump: "we all know of AT&T, one of the greatest companies on Earth." HAHAHAHAHAHA boy Trump will say anything when he has a client.
And Stephanie means business. I can't believe all the soundbites I'm getting. At the beginning she plans to "get dirty, win a task, AND throw her [Lisa] under the bus" Shortly after she refers to Lisa as a "secretary" and thinks that she should "STFU and sit down [...] cause I'm the boss."
I found Stephanie's photographer/director to be pretty unprofessional. He sat there the entire time just watching them, with this look on his face like "You are so unprofessional. This is beneath me. Why aren't you already ready?" And he's dumb too! Seriously, this is The Apprentice, you really expect them to be ready at a moment's notice when they just started? It appeared (though could be edited) that as soon as they walked in he was like "Ok, lets start." And then to call them "high school" was just rude. Lets see you thrown into an unexpected situation with no real experience and a lack of resources. Oh wait, Stephanie claims to have directing experience with commercials as one of her MANY talents.
Ivanka's orange and white print dress wasn't that bad but I think she should go for way more tailored clothing. She looked pretty good in the boardroom.
Of course Lisa wouldn't be able to find a stadium at a moment's notice, but they are just oil and water. They should not be together. LOL at her coming back with like NO props. Too funny and so inept. But you can't send somebody out no a blind props run.
Also love how both Stephanie and Lisa lied straight to Trump's face about getting along. Did not see that coming.
Lisa reminds me of myself. Wants to do a lot, but not really prepared or a kind of person who can just jump into things. She also doesn't really sell her ideas that much but I do think she has the right intuitive process to notice flaws. All throughout the season, she has these little "Aha!" moments that are like a whisper, not a scream. She really needs to figure out how to convey a sense of importance to them.
Stephanie is fired, but in Rockport Next Steps, seems she won a mini Apprentice after all, as a traveling spokesperson for the Trump brand. Interesting.