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HOME > EPISODE SUMMARIES

The Apprentice 5 - Episode 10 Summary

'Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow' By KObrien_fan
Original Airdate: May 1, 2006

Previously on The Apprentice

Andrea was fired because she couldn't carry the ball into the endzone. She also never got signed to an NFL team in this weekends draft for much the same reason. In fact I never heard Mel Kiper Jr. mention her name as a prospect. No matter, though Allie should have been the one fired, it is proof once again that the Donald is touched in the head and losing it this season.

Upstairs in the Suite

Remember season one and how exciting it was when the Donald used the words "it's either up to the suite or down to the street?" Gosh that was sexy, it made the whole show sizzle. This season lacks the sizzle. Then again this season lacks the candidates too. There isn't anyone left that amounts to much, and both teams are so dysfunctional. Why couldn't they have cast Rebecca on this season instead of having to split two talented people into one apprenti last season? By the way, are we still fighting over the use of the term apprenti?

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Back to the show, mmmmmm lobster for dinner as the fools from Gold Rush are in and waiting for the Synergists to arrive. I'd say they were waiting with baited breathe but who uses lobster for bait anyway? Where I come from it is $17.99 a pound.

Synergy is on the scene and Allie is POed at Sean for supporting Andrea. She accuses him of being a fence sitter. All this time I thought Sean had a natural wry grin, now I know the cause is a fence post in his butt. Allie admits to having no strategy whatsoever and is appalled that she discovered that Sean has one. Roxanne stands near a closet nodding and smiling on cue. (If you watch really closely you can see the nylon strings being pulled ever so slightly by Allie)

In the end Allie tries to kiss and make up, at least for the time being, by singing the Barney theme song to Sean. I love you, you love me, you just confuse the crap out of me.

Trump Towers

The teams step off the elevator and on the other side in the boardroom the Donald is making small talk about golf and hair styling with Dennis Wagner CEO of Hair Cuttery (A world famous, yet nobody has ever heard of them before, hair salon chain) as Bill and Carolyn look on. It looks like Bill has been spending way too much time tanning lately, his nose is getting unseasonably dark.

The Donald welcomes the teams and brags about how many companies, clothing lines, fragrances etc that he has all over the world but that all people want to talk about is his hair. (A respectful laugh) He then asks for a volunteer to give a tug on his doo to prove once and for all that it is not a wig or a hairpiece. My hand was up in a flash, as I suspect most of the general audiences were, but no, he didn't pick me nor you. Charmaine was the lucky puller, and she confirmed with a smile that indeed his hair is real. I guess that means he won't be endorsing Rogaine or the hair club for men any time soon.

The task this week is for each team to get a brand new shiny hair salon that they need to have a grand opening for one day, whoever has the highest sales, wins.

Synergy

These guys babble about everything. Sean has a target, Allie's ship is sinking. Blah, blah, blah. Yawn. Sean is ultra dramatic as he states boldly that he must not screw up. Double yawn. Tammy wants to be the PM just to bring the love back, put out the fires and all. Ugh.

Gold Rush

Now that she is an expert in hair by tugging on the Donalds mane, Charmaine volunteers to be the PM for this task. Biggest problem? She can't make a decision and she can't get a concensus from the group of 3 men (Tarek, Lee, and Michael) Tarek wants Charmaine to pick a theme, but Charmaine doesn't think it is necessary. Finally they came up with the theme from the Partridge family Come On Get Happy. Wow, they all agreed and were happy!

Hello, world, here's the theme that we’re brewin’
C’mon get happy!
A whole lot of cuttin’ is what we’ll be doin’
We’ll make you happy!

We had a dream, we’d be stylin’ together,
We’d hand a few flyers then we’d keep movin’ on.
Somethin’ always happens whenever we’re together
We get a happy feelin’ when we’re doing a task.

Wor’kin’ along there’s a theme that we’re brewin’
C’mon get happy!
A Whole lot of cuttin’ is what we’ll be doin’
We’ll make you happy! (3X)

Don't applaud, just throw money. And lots of it too, I have a feeling they will need all the help they can get on this one.












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