Corporate reshuffle: Because the guys lost four players and lost 4 jobs, the teams are now although reorganized, with the names kept combined by sex. For Versacorp, by choosing Amy Nick starts, subsequently chooses Ereka, Katrina, Bill and Tammy. Kristi starts by choosing Troy, subsequently chooses Omarosa, and Jessie, Kwame, Heidi by default as the last man left.
Job: Beginning with seed money, the teams must buy things and offer them at the biggest gain yield at an open air flea market.
Monologue: No one will fight for you.
Project manager that is Protégé: Kristi
Winning team: Versacorp
They produced a gain of over $600, whereas Protégé ended in the red despite waiting for weather problems of having the place outside. Nick determined to go “dumpster diving” finding things like a clothing rack free of charge.
Losing team: Protégé
Kristi determined on what she called a “divide and conquer” strategy, which called for buying up enormous quantities of distinct things in a effort to appeal to everyone. On the other hand, the strategy ended in catastrophe when the team was not able to sell enough to beat their substantial first spend.
Sent to boardroom: Omarosa, Heidi, and Kristi
Fired: Kristi Frank – for having questionable leadership qualities, in addition to the serious failure of her “divide and conquer” strategy, and for not making any claim why she should be permitted to stay.
Protégé’s first loss finishes Versacorp’s 4-week losing streak.
Trump suggested he was about to fire soon after the closing boardroom started.
This episode marks the very first time that female nominees were in the final boardroom. Kristi decides to bring Omarosa and Heidi into the final boardroom, where Kristi becomes the first girl fired on The Apprentice.
George Ross doesn’t appear in this episode due to a business trip. He could be replaced (briefly) by Bernie Diamond