The remaining five must impress Elle magazine by creating a four-page print ad campaign for the new "CHI TOUCH" Digital Touchscreen Hairdryer.
From Worst Dressed to Flashing Fake Breasts
Knowing that Aubrey O'Day has been in Elle previously under the worst dressed list, I find her eagerness to grace the pages humorous. Of course, she is happy to take modeling too far, literally letting it all hang out to the point even Teresa Guidice points out Aubrey's lack of morals.
The Plot Thickens
Lisa Lampanelli and Clay Aiken get off to a rocky start considering neither of them knows anything about fashion. Lisa could actually care less about her model, but delights in claiming Teresa's choice.
Teresa is called awkward during the presentation (personally, I'd say babbling idiot), but Lisa's team lacks passion and their clothes are a tad dated. Both teams do a descent job, but Forte goes on to win, so $100,000 will go to the Gay Men's Health Crisis.
Teresa feels that Arsenio Hall should be fired for playing it too safe. As Arsenio gets so heated, I'm slightly annoyed until he validates his point by asking Teresa to give one idea she had for the task -- aww, snap. But wasn't the whole task Aubrey's idea? Ultimately, most people do not even know who the PM was, so Teresa is fired!
Aubrey and Arsenio are barely in the suite when the final four are called back into the boardroom to discover they have interviews with Marlee Matlin and John Rich. They will be helping Donald Trump figure out who will be the final two!
There's No Crying in the Boardroom
I'm disappointed by Marlee's nonchalant attitude towards celebu-want Aubrey, but relieved when Rich has the balls to call her out on not raising much money for her charity considering Diddy would NOT donate on her behalf.
Marlee cannot not decide if Clay is a leader or a follower. Rich believes Clay has been flying under the radar, playing it safe and not putting forth his best effort.
Who doesn't love Arsenio's energy? But he has a tendency to fly off the handle. At least he honestly admits to losing it with Aubrey, and really, who can blame him for that one?
Both Rich and Marlee express their respect for Lisa's passion and toughness. Ultimately, Trump only considers Rich and Marlee's advice and suddenly Lisa is defending her honesty being the reason she can hold her own. Trump decides Lisa is not in control of her emotions, which can be dangerous, and she is fired!
Worst Decision this Season
I am in utter shock that Lisa has been fired. I felt she was at the very least going to be in the final two and most likely be the next Celebrity Apprentice. I have no idea who will be fired immediately next week, because I apparently have different standards for success. Who do you think will be the final two?