Dennis and Herschel return non-triumphantly from the board room. Clint determines that, for the men's team to succeed, they'll have to get in line with the Project Manager, whoever that may be. He doesn't say it, but the upside of that plan is that, if the PM sucks and steers the team into the ground, he's a goner. See? Everybody wins! Tom Green realizes he can trust not one. Credits.
The opening scene is Joan delivering food to a homebound mother. They share a lovely moment while TH Joan gives the God's Love We Deliver spiel again. She presents the $126 grand check to the organization, and they group hug. Again, everybody wins (except The Dice Man and his crappy cupcake).
It's a new day, a new task for the Apprenti. Trump introduces them to CNBC anchor Erin Burnett. Trump claims to have participated with her in the biggest and best CNBC special EVER! How does that man do it? Pffffft. He tells them this week's task will deal with billion dollar-plus shoe, handbag, and apparel site Zappos.com, then introduces them to Zappos CEO Tony No-Last-Name. Tony emphasizes that Zappos is all about customer service. As such, the teams will pair with Image Comics to create a comic book character that communicates the Zappos customer experience. Specifically, they must generate a costume and four-page comic, which the site might publish online. Emphasis on "might."
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