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Encyclopedia > The Apprentice (US Season 4)
The Apprentice 4
Winner Randal Pinkett
Season run September 2005 – December 2005
Filming Dates Unknown – Unknown
Number of episodes 13
Number of candidates 18
Teams Excel and Capital Edge
Season chronology
Previous season The Apprentice 3
Next season The Apprentice 5

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Contents

The Apprentice 4 candidates

Unhappy with both the choice of candidates and the "street smarts" vs. "book smarts" premise from the preceding season, Trump went to the auditions and hand-picked 17 of the 18 candidates on Season 4.[1] In addition to candidate handpicking, Trump decided to go back to the premise of men versus women (there was eventually corporate restructuring). The all-women team named their corporation Capital Edge while the all-men team named their corporation Excel. Image File history File links Splitsection. ...


Candidates

Team 1 Team 2
Capital Edge Excel
Candidate Age Hometown Application Result
Randal Pinkett - Consulting Firm Owner 34 Somerset, New Jersey Hired by Trump
Rebecca Jarvis - Financial Journalist 23 Chicago, Illinois Not hired on television
Alla Wartenberg - Salon & Spa Chain Owner 31 Las Vegas, Nevada Fired in week 11
Felisha Mason - Real Estate Developer 29 Kansas City, Missouri Fired in week 11
Adam Israelov - Risk Manager 22 Atlanta, Georgia Fired in week 10
Clay Lee - Realtor 28 College Station, Texas Fired in week 9
Brian Mandelbaum - Print Company Executive 23 New York City, New York Fired in week 8
Marshawn Evans - Recent Law School Graduate 26 Atlanta, Georgia Fired in week 8
Markus Garrison - Inventor 41 Sarasota, Florida Fired in week 7
Jennifer Murphy - Ad Sales Manager 26 Los Angeles, California Fired in week 6
Josh Shaw - Beauty Company Owner 30 New York City, New York Fired in week 6
James Dillon - Sales Executive 27 Alexandria, Virginia Fired in week 6
Mark Lamkin - Wealth Manager 35 Louisville, Kentucky Fired in week 6
Kristi Caudell - Sales Executive 24 Gainesville, Georgia Fired in week 5
Toral Mehta - Investment Banker 29 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Fired in week 4
Jennifer Wallen - Realty Company Owner 31 Anthem, Arizona Fired in week 3
Chris Valletta - Marketing Executive 27 Dallas, Texas Fired in week 2
Melissa Holovach - Real Estate Investor 30 Tampa, Florida Fired in week 1

Randal D. Pinkett Randal D. Pinkett, Ph. ... Somerset is a census-designated place located in Somerset County, New Jersey. ... Rebecca Jarvis (born 1981) is a financial journalist and a candidate on The Apprentice 4. ... Flag Seal Nickname: The Windy City Motto: Urbs In Horto (Latin: City in a Garden), I Will Location Location in Chicagoland and northern Illinois Coordinates , Government Country State Counties United States Illinois Cook, DuPage Mayor Richard M. Daley (D) Geographical characteristics Area     City 606. ... Alla Wartenberg is a candidate on the The Apprentice 4, a television reality show starring Donald Trump. ... For other uses around the city, see Las Vegas metropolitan area and Las Vegas Strip. ... Nickname: City of Fountains or Heart of America Location in Jackson, Clay, Platte, and Cass Counties in the state of Missouri. ... Adam Izzy Israelov is a candidate on The Apprentice 4. ... Nickname: Hotlanta, The Big Peach, The ATL, A-Town Location in Fulton County in the state of Georgia Coordinates: Country United States State Georgia Counties Fulton, Dekalb  - Mayor Shirley Franklin (D) Area    - City  132. ... Candidate on the 4th Season of The Apprentice. ... City nicknames: Aggieland, heart of the Research Valley Location in the State of Texas County Brazos County Mayor Ron Silvia Area  - Land  - Water 104. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... New York, New York redirects here. ... Nickname: Hotlanta, The Big Peach, The ATL, A-Town Location in Fulton County in the state of Georgia Coordinates: Country United States State Georgia Counties Fulton, Dekalb  - Mayor Shirley Franklin (D) Area    - City  132. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Cà dZan - a 1925 Sarasota residence that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places Sarasota is a city in the central west coast of Florida, USA. Sarasota Bay and several barrier islands facing the Gulf of Mexico are within its city limits. ... Jennifer Murphy (as Miss Oregon USA 2004) Jennifer Murphy (born 1979) is a beauty pageant queen, Reality TV contestant and business woman. ... Nickname: City of Angels Location within Los Angeles County in the state of California Coordinates: State California County Los Angeles County Incorporated April 4, 1850 Government  - Type mayor-council  - Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D)  - City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo  - Governing body City Council Area  - City  498. ... Joshua A. Shaw (born 1975) is a successful entrepreneur who is best known for his appearance in season four of The Apprentice. ... New York, New York redirects here. ... James Dillon (26 September 1902 - 10 February 1986) was an Irish politician and leader of Fine Gael from 1959 to 1965. ... Location in Virginia Coordinates: Country United States State Virginia Founded 1718 Mayor William D. Euille Area    - City 39. ... “Louisville” redirects here. ... Gainesville is a city in Hall County in Georgia, United States of America. ... Nickname: City of Brotherly Love, Philly, the Quaker City Motto: Philadelphia maneto (Let brotherly love continue) Location in Pennsylvania Coordinates: Country United States State Pennsylvania County Philadelphia Founded October 27, 1682 Incorporated October 25, 1701 Mayor John F. Street (D) Area    - City 369. ... Anthem, Arizona is the result of a Del Webb development on a large parcel of land adjacent to New River, Arizona. ... Chris Valletta was a contestant on 4th series of The Apprentice with Donald Trump. ... Nickname: Big D Location in the state of Texas Country United States State Texas Counties Dallas, Collin, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall Incorporated 2 February 1856  - Mayor Laura Miller Area    - City  385. ... Nickname: Cigar City, The Big Guava Location in Hillsborough County and the state of Florida. ...

Episodes

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.

Week 1: Let's Get Physical

  • Air date: September 22, 2005
  • Sponsor: Bally Total Fitness
  • Project: Teams had to design and market a workout class for Bally Total Fitness.
  • Capital Edge project manager: Kristi
  • Excel project manager: Markus
  • Winning team: Excel
    • Markus not exempt: Only Adam and Randal voted to give Markus the exemption.
    • Excel's reward: Friar's Club lunch with Donald Trump.
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Initial boardroom:Nearly all members of Capital Edge said that Melissa was negative and obnoxious.[2] Melissa said that she has a hard time working with women.[2] Kristi was responsible for the shoddy leadership and the poorly-made flyer.
    • Sent to boardroom: Kristi and Melissa (Remember that for this season, the losing PM may choose just one person back to the boardroom)
    • Fired: Melissa for not getting along with the team and being a disruptive force. [2]
  • Notes:
    • After splitting the candidates into the two teams, Trump offered a reward to the first person to reach his helicopter, which was on the other side of the golf course. The winner's team would be granted the use of the helicopter for the duration of the task. Mark, from Excel, reached the helicopter first.[3]
    • Melissa is the first woman to be fired in the first episode.
    • During the filming of the first task, Randal was told that his grandmother had died. After announcing Excel's win, Trump gave Randal the opportunity to leave the show. Randal felt that his grandmother would have wanted him to stay on the show.[4] During the filming of episode 2, Trump allowed Randal to borrow his helicopter and attend the funeral.

September 22 is the 265th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (266th in leap years). ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... A health club chain known for its manipulative sales practices. ... The Friars Club is best known for their Roasts. ... Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American business executive, entrepreneur, television personality and author. ...

Week 2: There's No Little "i" in Team

  • Air date: September 29, 2005
  • Sponsor: Lamborghini
  • Project: Teams had to create an advertising campaign for Lamborghini cars.
  • Capital Edge project manager: Marshawn
  • Excel project manager: Chris
  • Winning team: Capital Edge
    • Marshawn exempt: Capital Edge--with the exception of Kristi--voted to have Marshawn exempt from firing for Week 3.
    • Capital Edge's reward: Hockey with New York Islanders legends and prospects.
      • At the reward, Rebecca fell and broke her ankle.
  • Losing team: Excel
    • Reasons for loss: Grammatical errors spotted on the team's printed advertisement. Prior to Chris choosing only Markus back to the boardroom, Trump made it clear that Chris should bring Mark into the boardroom.[5]
    • Sent to boardroom: Chris and Markus
      • Firing verdict: Chris took the blame for Mark's mistake since he didn't bring Mark back to the boardroom. [6]
    • Fired: Chris for allowing his emotions to influence his decision-making and for bringing Markus back to the boardroom instead of Mark.
  • Notes:
    • In the middle of the task, Randal left to attend his grandmother’s funeral. He arrived back at the agency as Excel was getting ready to present their advertising campaign to Lamborghini.[7]
    • The little "i" in the episode’s title refers to the error in Excel’s advertising. Mark thought that using the small "i" in "Rebirth of Italian Intimidation" to match the small "i's" in Lamborghini would "look better".[8]
    • Because of the NHL lockout taking place during filming of this task, the reward only involved Islanders legends and prospects. Active players were not eligible to participate in the reward because of the lockout not having been settled at the time of taping.

September 29 is the 272nd day of the year (273rd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... ... The New York Islanders are a professional ice hockey team based in Uniondale, New York, a city located on Long Island. ...

Week 3: Something Old, Something New

  • Air date: October 6, 2005
  • Sponsor: Best Buy Geek Squad
  • Project: Excel and Capital Edge were both given space at the Cedar Crest Village Home in Pompton Plains, New Jersey to host a technology expo for the senior citizens. All the equipment was purchased at Best Buy using the allotted Best Buy gift cards.[9]
  • Capital Edge project manager: Rebecca
  • Excel project manager: Randal
  • Winning team: Excel
    • Randal exempt: Excel voted unanimously to have Randal exempt from firing for Week 4.[10]
    • Excel's reward: Handing out toys to children at a hospital.
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Sent to boardroom: Rebecca, Jennifer M., and Jennifer W.[11] in spite of the team's criticisms and a strong suggestion by Trump for Toral to be brought back.
      • Boardroom Verdict: Trump disagreed with Rebecca’s decision to not bring Toral back--as well as her decision to bring Jennifer M.--to the boardroom; however, he felt that Rebecca had potential.[12] Carolyn found Capital Edge’s presentation boring[11], dull and drab[13] and was also the one to point out to Jennifer W. that instead of the cake saying "Techno" Expo, it read "Tethno Expo".[14] Jennifer W. was exposed to be primarily liable for the refreshments and the decorations, prompting Trump to find Jennifer W. to ultimately be liable for the loss.[11]
    • Fired: Jennifer W. for reasons stated on the "Boardroom Verdict" herein
  • Notes:
    • Rebecca started out the episode on crutches after breaking her ankle during the reward from the previous task.[15]
    • After the candidates had left the boardroom, referring to Rebecca, Trump told Carolyn and George, "This girl's either gonna be great or a disaster."[11]

October 6 is the 279th day of the year (280th in leap years). ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Best Buy is sometimes called the big blue box because of the prominent design on Best Buy stores resembling a blue box. ... A Geek Squad badge The Geek Squad is a subsidiary of the Best Buy Company and is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. ... Pequannock Township is a township located in Morris County, New Jersey. ...

Week 4: Ice Cream of Genie

  • Airdate: October 13, 2005
  • Sponsor: Dairy Queen
  • Project: Teams had to create a new promotional character for the Dairy Queen Blizzard Treat.
  • Capital Edge project manager: Felisha
  • Excel project manager: Clay
  • Winning team: Excel
    • Clay exempt: All of Excel voted for Clay to be exempt from firing in week 5 before the reward was announced
    • Excel's reward: Playing Baseball with the New York Mets
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Reasons for loss: Jennifer M. lobbied for the Dairy Queen Logo to be placed on the Zip mascot design, but the entire team vetoed it.
    • Sent to boardroom: No final boardroom
    • Fired: Toral for excessive procrastination, including but not limited to not stepping up and accepting the leadership role as Project Manager.
      • Reason for foregoing the final boardroom: Rebecca reluctantly and sadly had to admit that she would fire Toral when Trump asked her, for the aforementioned critical error described.
        • Notwithstanding, Rebecca shown utmost respect and loyalty in defending Toral during Task 3, citing Toral's education and intelligence, hence not holding Toral responsible for the loss in Task 3. Toral made a critical error by not doing the aforementioned to validate and expedite her credentials for the Dairy Queen task, a critical error in the business world.
        • Supplemental firing points: Toral not only did nothing in this task, but also procrastinated during the costume presentation phase, including but not limited to not giving Felisha a hard reason why she can't wear the costume.
        • Boardroom tension: Although Alla wasn't polite throughout the task, she alongside Kristi, Jennifer M., and Felisha asked Toral to wear the costume (though the request wasn't polite nonetheless), but Toral refused not only because the costume was poorly-designed, but also for personal reasons (including but not limited to her religious beliefs), however not bringing up the hard reasons why she can't wear "silly-designed costumes" to her colleagues prior to both the presentation and before the boardroom were Toral's problems. Toral's apparent procrastination was spun against Toral in the board room. In spite of her efforts to defend herself, Toral was unable to convince Trump with her unforceful replies, who by then already seemed quite antagonized and against her.
  • Notes:
    • Business lesson of the task: Not stepping up to lead the team in lieu of validating and expediting one's-self skills and credentials is considered a critical error as aforementioned.

October 13 is the 286th day of the year (287th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Dairy Queen, also known as DQ is a fast-food restaurant franchise and ice-cream shop in the United States and Canada that was founded in 1940. ... Major league affiliations National League (1962–present) East Division (1969–present) Current uniform Retired Numbers 14, 37, 41, 42 Name New York Mets (1962–present) Ballpark Shea Stadium (1964–present) The Polo Grounds (1962–1963) Major league titles World Series titles (2) 1969 â€¢ 1986 NL Pennants (4) 1969 â€¢ 1973 â€¢ 1986...

Week 5: Lost In Space

  • Airdate: October 20, 2005
  • Sponsor: Sony Pictures
  • Project: The teams had to design a parade float in order to advertise for the upcoming release of the film Zathura.
    • Corporate restruction: Randal transferred to Capital Edge to even out the teams, since the women were down to 6 members
  • Capital Edge project manager: Jennifer M.
  • Excel project manager: Brian
  • Winning team: Excel (Brian exempted)
    • Excel's reward: A Recording Session with Wyclef Jean.
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Reason for loss: Capital Edge missed the point, that in order to win, they had to do what they could to make Zathura a household name. Team Excel had audio to go along with the float, so that audience members would hear the correct pronunciation. In contrast, Capital Edge's Jennifer M. pronounced Zathura as "Zenthura" several times during the presentation, which gave the executives a bad impression of Jennifer's team.
      • Capital Edge lost in spite of having Randal in their ranks
    • Sent to boardroom: Jennifer M., Kristi
    • Fired: Kristi, for being controlling, a distraction and a nuisance.
  • Notes:
    • After the firing, Jennifer M. tried to apologize to Kristi for getting her fired, but Kristi was infuriated after the boardroom and quickly snapped back at her.
    • At the end of the broadcast, instead of the usual theme, the Excel team's recording of "Rubble Man" was broadcast as the show ended.

October 20 is the 293rd day of the year (294th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 72 days remaining. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is the television and film production unit of Japan-based corporate giant Sony. ... Zathura is a film directed by Jon Favreau, released in November 2005, based on an illustrated book by Chris Van Allsburg. ... Nelust Wyclef Jean (IPA pronunciation: ) (born October 17, 1972) is a Grammy Award-winning and Golden Globe-nominated Haitian-rapper, reggae artist, producer, and member of the superstar hip hop trio The Fugees, known popularly for a series of low-profile singles in the 1990s but respected within the hip... Zathura is a film directed by Jon Favreau, released in November 2005, based on an illustrated book by Chris Van Allsburg. ...

Week 6: Take Me Out to the Boardroom

  • Airdate: October 27, 2005
  • Sponsor: Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Project: The teams had to design a sporting theme that is designed to increases sales. Capital Edge chose golf and Excel chose baseball.
    • Corporate restruction: Because Capital Edge lost 4 tasks (3 in a row), Carolyn asked the teams to send three players they believe are weak to the other side; Jennifer M., Rebecca and Marshawn were sent to Excel. Adam, Markus and Clay were sent to Capital Edge.
  • Capital Edge project manager: Alla
  • Excel project manager: Josh
  • Winning team: Capital Edge
    • Alla exempt: Before hearing their reward, all of Capital Edge voted to have Alla exempt from firing from Week 7, main reason was being the team thought Alla did a very good job
    • Capital Edge's reward: Taking a Private Jet to Montauk for a fishing trip and seafood dinner on the beach
  • Losing team: Excel
    • Apprentice first: Usually Trump would permit the losing project manager to pick up to three people he/she thinks are responsible for the loss, but because Josh was responsible for the worst defeat ever, Josh was not allowed to do so. Instead, Trump (with the exception of when Trump fired a candidate on the spot) allowed Brian to return back to the suite since he was the winning project manager and was issued an exemption from the following task, and he also asked both Rebecca and Marshawn to return back to the suite because they followed the task properly and sold well (Brian also sold and followed the task properly).
    • Sent to boardroom: Josh, Jennifer M., James, Mark
      • Verdict: As James, Jennifer M., Josh, and Mark were grilled and berated for their horrible job, Trump exposed the "losing four" for the following:
        • Bill Rancic wasn't happy when Mark fed baseballs in the pitching machine while Mark should've been proactive in sales—Bill found Mark responsible for the loss this way.
        • Bill also found Jennifer M. responsible for the loss because Jennifer M. made too many excuses for not stepping up to sell and to force Josh to relent, plus she couldn't deliver in her promises.
        • James was responsible for the batting cage idea, which took up so much space and drove the team away from sales.
        • Josh's decision making and project handling was unacceptable by Trump's standards.
    • Fired: All four of them for being responsible for the worst boardroom loss ever in the history of The Apprentice plus the following reasons:
      • Josh for blatant project mishandling and for a series of terrible decision-making
      • Jennifer M. for not delivering her promises and for making too many excuses why she could not contribute correctly
      • James for building a batting cage which forced the merchandise away from the display, the task focus to be lost, and sales to be grievously hurt
      • Mark for not selling anything
      • See Trump's mass-firing quote
        • Rancic assured Trump that this was the only choice he (Trump) had since none of the "fired four" stepped up or hit the mark correctly post-firing.
  • Notes:
    • This was the first time that Trump was not present to assign the teams their task; rather, Carolyn sat in Trump's chair and assigned the corporate reform and the task.
    • This was only the second time where more than one person was fired in a single episode (outside of the interviews); the first time was when both Wes & Maria were fired in Season Two.
    • This was the worst boardroom loss ever for a team on the history of The Apprentice
      • Capital Edge boosted sales by 74%
      • Excel's sales went down by 34%
      • The margin was 108%—this irritated Trump, as the margin of defeat was large beyond imagination, although viewers recall Trump stating that he had to do something to seriously change Capital Edge due to the corporation's shoddy record-to-date (As of the conclusion of this task, Capital Edge is 2-4).
    • This was also the first time that none of the candidates from the final boardroom returned to the suite, because all four of them were fired, hence it's the very first Boardroom-Cleaning Spree in the history of The Apprentice. Trump wasn't happy about the disastrous loss margin and he found the losing four to be equally responsible for the loss which gave Trump enough information to conduct a mass exodus.

October 27 is the 300th day of the year (301st in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 65 days remaining. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Dicks Sporting Goods (NYSE: DKS) is the largest full-line sporting goods retailer in the world. ... The Montauk Lighthouse Montauk is a census-designated place and hamlet located in Suffolk County, New York. ... The Apprentice 2 is the second season of The Apprentice, which began on September 9, 2004 on NBC. It featured 18 candidates, whereas season one only featured 16. ...

Week 7: Back to School

  • Airdate: November 3, 2005
  • Sponsor: The Learning Annex
    • Corporate restruction: Since Excel was grievously decimated after the previous boardroom, the team is given the opportunity to take a Capital Edge member, and in turn they take back Randal, who becomes the team's PM for the task.
  • Project: The teams had to design a new class for the Learning Annex. Capital Edge chose Sex in the Workplace and Excel chose Making a Bold Statement.
  • Capital Edge project manager: Adam
  • Excel project manager: Randal (Excel took him back from Capital Edge)
  • Winning team: Excel (Randal exempted)
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Sent to boardroom: Adam, Clay, Markus
    • Fired: Markus, for doing next to nothing on the project and not being able to get his ideas across clearly.
  • Notes:
    • Clay calls Adam a "shy, tight Jewish boy" during the sex presentation and was immediately chastised for it by Adam (Clay apologized) and later George. Clay said that Adam was discussing his not wanting to pay a lot of money on dates, and he was going with Adam's own idea. Adam used this to try to get Clay fired, but he said he did not feel Clay was anti-Semitic.
    • At one point during the sex presentation, Markus can be seen playing with a yo-yo. He is later seen smoking a cigar before returning to the boardroom.
    • Trump asked Clay whether he was a homosexual and Adam whether he had any sexual experience. In a typical job interview, those questions should not be asked, but this is not a typical job interview.

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Week 8: Store Wars

  • Airdate: November 10, 2005
  • Sponsor: Lucasfilm and Best Buy
  • Project: The teams had to design an interactive display for the DVD release of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith & Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Capital Edge project manager: Clay
  • Excel project manager: Brian
  • Winning team: Capital Edge (Clay not exempted—Reason: not functioning well as a leader and a team player, task imbalance according to Alla)
    • Capital Edge's reward: Spending time with Bill Rancic, and touring Trump Tower at City Place in White Plains—Trump deduced the winning team needed more tutelage from a proven worker since Clay is not exempt.
  • Losing team: Excel
    • Sent to boardroom: All members of Excel—No "Internal Review" by the execs since Trump had enough evidence to fire 2 people
    • Fired for the following reasons:
      • Brian, for being late for the wrong reasons and missing the meeting with the clients (Randal took over and did the lecture himself)
      • Marshawn, for refusing to present (when Marshawn stepped down, Rebecca stepped up).
  • Notes:
    • This is the third time that two or more people have been fired on the Apprentice , the first occurrence was in Season 2 (Maria & Wes) and the second in Season 4 Week 6 (Jennifer, Josh, James, Mark).
    • This is also the second time this season that more than one person has been fired, making the event an Apprentice first.
    • One of the reasons why Excel's display didn't compare with Capital Edge was because according to Trump, Darth Vader was omitted. In business, it's really important to include central characters when making a sales display for movies, television, or other entertainment that exists.

November 10 is the 314th day of the year (315th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 51 days remaining. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Lucasfilm Ltd. ... Best Buy is sometimes called the big blue box because of the prominent design on Best Buy stores resembling a blue box. ... Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith is the third episode of the Star Wars film series (but the sixth film to be produced), to be released on Thursday, May 19, 2005. ... William Rancic (born 1972) is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired in national television by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trumps reality business show, The Apprentice. ... Darth Vader is a fictional character in the Star Wars universe. ...

Week 9: One Hit Blunder

  • Airdate: November 17, 2005
  • Sponsor: XM Radio
  • Project: The teams had to choose an unsigned singer and create a song for them to sing. The song would be aired on XM Radio Café channel and critiqued by listeners who called in. Capital Edge worked with Levi Kreis[1] and Excel worked with Jide[2].
  • Capital Edge project manager: Felisha
  • Excel project manager: Rebecca
  • Winning team: Capital Edge (No exemptions issued)
    • Capital Edge's reward: A private helicopter tour of popular New York City buildings with Trump.
  • Losing team: Excel
    • Sent to boardroom: All members of Excel—No "Internal Review" by the execs as only three players remained.
    • Fired: Clay—All of Excel (especially Rebecca and Randal) performed poorly in this task. Based on past results, Trump opted to fire Clay for excessive abrasiveness (being too difficult to work with) in both this task and in the past
  • Notes:
    • Excel lost because the song created did not fit the market of the station.
    • Exemptions are no longer being offered—from this point on, everyone is at risk.
    • Rebecca's meltdown moment came by when Clay just jumped in interrupting Rebecca's speech to the XM executives.

17 November is also the name of a Marxist group in Greece, coinciding with the anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic uprising. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... XM Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: XMSR) is a satellite radio service in the United States based in Washington, DC and controlled by News Corporations DirecTV, General Motors, American Honda, Hughes Electronics, and several private investment groups. ... Levi Kreis is an American musician. ...

Week 10: Shaniagans

  • Airdate: November 24, 2005
  • Sponsor: Coty, Inc.
  • Project: The teams had to wrap an object to promote Country Pop music star Shania Twain's new fragrance by Stetson
  • Capital Edge project manager: Alla
  • Excel project manager: Randal
    • Reason for Randal being project manager: Randal felt that he needed to prove himself that he can relent to any mistake that he did in the past, given that he was on a losing team for two weeks in a row.
    • Megaphone heist: When Randal called Radio Shack to ask for megaphones, the assistant told him another group of people (Capital Edge) called in for megaphones. Randal and Rebecca engaged in a "Megaphone Heist". This is one turning point of the task.
  • Winning team: Excel
    • Spotless record: With Excel's latest victory, Randal is now the only candidate who has never lost as Project Manager (3-0).
    • Excel's reward: A horseback ride through Central Park and dinner with Shania Twain.
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Reasons for loss: Adam and Alla used the majority of their budget on renting the horse and carriages. This forced Felisha to cut the number of temps they could hire.
    • Boardroom issues: When Alla brought up Excel's Megaphone Heist caper, Trump and Bill Rancic both approved of it.
    • Sent to boardroom: Adam and Felisha
    • Fired: Adam, for his reckless budgeting and for using more than half of Capital Edge's $10,000 seed money for carriages that looked bad.
  • Notes:
    • Alla is the first project manager not to face the board room, since Trump did not consider her responsible for the loss.
    • As this episode aired on Thanksgiving weekend, a one-hour highlight package of previously unaired footage and a summary was shown.
    • The Internal Review of the Execs was performed immediately after Alla was sent back to the suite; as in the final moments of Chris from The Apprentice 3, the candidates had to remain in the boardroom although it counted as an internal review.

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Week 11: To Lead or Not to Lead

  • Airdate: December 1, 2005
  • Sponsor: Microsoft
  • Project: The teams had to design a commercial promoting Microsoft's Live Meeting program
  • Capital Edge project manager: Felisha
  • Excel project manager: Rebecca
  • Winning team: Excel
    • Excel's reward: A private sailboat ride around New York City
      • Throughout the private sailboat ride, Randal received a surprise visit by his wife Zahara, and Rebecca received a surprise visit by her boyfriend Matt.
      • Trump chose the Private Sailboat Ride as the reward mainly because he believed that Excel needed to "relax".
  • Losing team: Capital Edge
    • Sent to boardroom: Both Felisha and Alla, no internal review
    • Fired: Both of them for the following reasons:
      • Felisha, for her excessive incompetence (i.e. lack of toughness)
      • Alla, for excessive insubordination (i.e. being difficult to manage, disobeying supervisors, similar to Clay and to a certain extent, Kristi and Melissa), excessive incompetence and cruelty on this task, and for producing/directing/compiling an unairable commercial.
  • Notes:
    • This is the third multiple-firing conducted this year.
    • Season 4 had the most multiple-firings in one season of The Apprentice ever (all multiple-firings were unannounced).
    • This is the first time the finalists have been decided by an unannounced multiple-firing alone before the one-on-one interviews with the four prominent executives.
    • This is the second time in the series that Trump fired every candidate in the boardroom at the time. The first time was in week 6.
    • Capital Edge is the first team ever to be completely closed for business before the one-on-one interviews, because there are no more Capital Edge members.
    • The turning point during this task was when Felisha and Alla butt heads during the acting part of the task, where Felisha failed to halt Alla's insubordination.
    • During the boardroom, Alla and Felisha, again, argue, causing Felisha to break into tears. This occurred despite their supposed friendship. Trump told Alla she was unmanageable, citing that Alla acts like a bully even though Felisha is nice to her. Obviously Felisha was the only one expected to be fired for mass incompetence, but when Alla attempts to leave, Trump tells her to sit back down and (in a surprising twist) fires Alla as well.
    • After the boardroom, Trump went to inform Randal and Rebecca that they were the Final Two.
    • As Alla and Felisha reflect their time in the job interviewing process inside the cab, the taxi can be seen running a red light.
    • After the task, and before the Boardroom, Randal had a 7-4 record in the 11 tasks. The women were 4-7 a piece. Alla was 1-1 as Project Manager, Felisha and Rebecca were 1-2 each. Randal had the best record with 3-0.
    • Normally, when there's only three or four candidates remaining, there would be an interview process in which Trump (at the behest of the executives) determines whether or not a candidate would be eligible to participate in the final task. For this season, there won't be an interview week since the number of candidates went down from four straight to two.
    • This is the 2nd man vs. woman final, the other being Season 2 (Kelly Perdew vs. Jennifer Massey). Unlike Kelly vs. Jen Massey, both Randal and Rebecca got along pretty well, though both were in different sides of the coin.
      • This is also the first time two candidates that were interrupted by reward-related injuries and family-related issues refused to quit, even though they were offered a chance to postpone their hunt for the ultimate job, it was likely their family's wishes that both Randal and Rebecca continued to pursue. Verna was the first person to quit, unannounced, but Randal and Rebecca proved that proactiveness pays off.
    • Both commercials are available at Microsoft's official Live Meeting webpage

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Week 12: The Final Showdown

  • Airdate: December 8, 2005
  • Sponsor: Yahoo! and Outback Steakhouse
  • Finalists: Rebecca and Randal
  • Task Dossier for Rebecca: Work with Yahoo! to host a comedy event raising money for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
    • Rebecca's Recruits: Chris, James, and Toral
  • Task Dossier for Randal: Work with Outback Steakhouse to host a celebrity softball tournament for Autism Speaks.
    • Randal's Recruits: Josh, Mark, and Marshawn
  • Notes:
    • There are no more teams from this point on— Randal and Rebecca are on their own.
      • Corporation names were used in the final task for the first time in Apprentice history—previously no corporation names would be used on the Final Task
      • Capital Edge "re-opened for business under new ownership and management"—with Rebecca as the sole candidate of the corporation
      • Randal is now the sole candidate of Excel, even though in the last task team names would not be used
    • Because Trump fired Alla and Felisha at the end of Week 11, Season 4 is the first season that does not require one-on-one interviews with the prominent executives.
    • This is the first time that Donald visited the candidates' suite on camera in lieu of declaring both Randal and Rebecca The Final Two.
    • As opposed to Season 3 which recruits were assigned, Randal and Rebecca were allowed to choose their recruits.
      • As recalled from Season 1 of The Apprentice, Bill Rancic and Kwame Jackson were allowed to choose their teams, but they were only allowed to choose among the last six fired candidates from that season (Amy, Katrina, and Nick for Bill and Heidi, Omarosa, and Troy for Kwame).
      • For this season, Randal and Rebecca could choose from any of the 16 already-fired candidates, regardless of what position they finished in.
    • As promised, the tasks were quite challenging, with obstacles that included executives threatening to pull out from the event planning project, acts of God (there was a thunderstorm and a very loud lightning flash shown at the end of the episode), and the need to entirely rejigger the venue.
      • After Trump fired Felisha and Alla, he went up to the suite and told Randal and Rebecca to meet George and Carolyn at a restaurant. Trump told both to enjoy themselves because he promised "the last task would be hell".
    • Both Randal and Rebecca reserved the right to re-fire any recruits should for any reason the recruits displease either of them.

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Week 13: Decision Time

  • Airdate: December 15, 2005
  • Preface: Aired live at the Alice Tully Hall within the Lincoln Center limits at New York City before a televised audience, with the remainder of the final task pre-recorded
  • Project: Picks up from where the obstacles started to ensue from Week 12
    • Weather was a threat for Randal—Randal had no choice but to hold the event indoors, not just because of the rain, but because the cold weather as well.
    • Desertion was a threat for Rebecca—Rebecca was forced to utilize a Plan B.
  • Outcome:
    • Rebecca hired a new comedian, but fails to raise money for the Elizabeth Glaser AIDS Foundation
    • Randal forced the charity event inside. He failed to check the weather and used cramped space, but raised money for Autism Speaks.
  • Boardroom: Each of the six recruits get to discuss their bosses, then both Randal and Rebecca had to defend their performance in the final boardroom.
  • Decision: Aired live before a televised audience
    • Toral defended Rebecca since Rebecca did the same for Toral, Trump replied that Toral better defend Rebecca since Rebecca worked really hard for Toral. Trump also stated he agreed with Toral for the first time (he fired Toral on the spot in week 4, see above).
    • Marshawn was probably the most impartial of the "opinion board"—she gave neutral reasons why Randal should be hired
    • Jennifer M. also got a chance to speak. While Jen M. really liked Rebecca, Jen M. preferred Randal citing Randal's natural-born leader tendencies.
    • Alla got a chance to respond as well. Alla preferred Randal and brow-beat Rebecca for being the weakest link (mirroring Alla's blatant brow-beating of Felisha). Alla was jeered by the audience for giving overly harsh criticism of Rebecca. Alla said she saw nothing in Rebecca. Trump deduced Alla to be too abrasive and cut her off.
  • Not hired on television: Rebecca mainly for her donation method.
    • Although it appeared that Randal was Trump's first choice, Rebecca seemed to be the second choice until Randal made a controversial move not to let Trump hire Rebecca. It may be possible that Rebecca might be hired by Trump outside of television when the need arises.
    • While it was announced on-air that she did not earn any money, it should be noted that according to a post-game interview by (TVGuide.com), the Elizabeth Glazer Pediatric AIDS Foundation received "thousands" of dollars in envelope donations over an extended period of time.
  • Hired: Randal for raising $11,000 for Autism Speaks.
    • What is next for Randal: Renovation of the chain of Trump Casinos at Atlantic City.
  • Notes:
    • As with Season 3 of the Apprentice, the two projects were described prior to Trump's decision; in Seasons 1 and 2, they were always presented to the hiree after he or she was coronated. This may have been because finalists Rebecca Jarvis and Randal Pinkett were so closely tied for the job that Trump may have been considering hiring both of them. Trump asked each finalist which project they would choose if they were hired.
      • Choice 1 was the Trump Casino renovation spree at Atlantic City (Chosen by Randal and will commence)
      • Choice 2 was the Trump Tower project at Jersey City, New Jersey (Chosen by Rebecca, but won't begin)
    • A surprising twist (and an unprecedented move) at the end was that Trump asked Randal if he would also hire Rebecca into the Trump organization, an Apprentice first.
      • Although Trump said he could have been convinced that Rebecca should also be hired, Randal recommended that Trump rescind an Apprentice-first twist, citing that the premise of the "ultimate job interview" was to hire "only one candidate," not two as Randal (in an accidental act of improper word usage) suggested that hiring Rebecca would prompt the show's name to be changed into "The Apprenti" (See proper plural usage). Because of Randal's recommendation, the audience became aghast. At Randal's recommendation, Trump rescinded what could have been the first multiple-hiring and a US Apprentice first. Since there is a possibility that Rebecca can still be hired by Donald Trump outside of television, Rebecca cannot re-apply via The Apprentice.
      • The episode ended with audible jeering towards Randal. Throughout the following week, many were critical of what seemed to be Randal's selfishness and large ego. In an interview with Larry King, Randal defended his decision and said he had no objection to Trump hiring Rebecca at a later date.
    • Series web sponsor Yahoo!, to make up for discouraging Rebecca from requesting donations during the task (although Rebecca could have held other fundraising events, such as a silent auction), opted to raise money for the Elizabeth Glaser AIDS Foundation through their website. They also pledged $50,000 to both charities presented on the show.
    • On The Today Show after the finale, Rebecca received an offer from Wenda Millard (one of the Yahoo! associates who oversaw Rebecca's final task) to write for Yahoo! Finance. The show's official Web site is held at Yahoo!
    • Rebecca appeared at the final boardroom without crutches, as it was clearly evident the entire series had been taped in a span of 45 days, and she had completely recovered from the injury by the December live final.

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