STACIE J., JEN C., ROB AND BRADFORD REJOIN NBC'S 'THE APPRENTICE' (NOVEMBER 4, 9-10PM ET) AS THE TEAMS RENOVATE A HOME ON LONG ISLAND
"Sometimes in life you have to work with people you don't like," says Trump.
NEW YORK -- November 2, 2004 -- It's the return of the first four fired on this week's tension-fueled episode of NBC's "The Apprentice" (November 4, 9-10pm ET). Donald Trump gathers the ten active candidates on the roof of Trump Park Avenue and surprises them by saying, "Sometimes in life you have to work with people you don't like." Trump then signals for the return of Rob, Bradford, Stacie J. and Jen C., the first four candidates fired from this season. He assigns two to each team and then sends them to Long Island, NY with $20,000 to renovate a dilapidated home. The team who increases the value of their home by the highest percentage wins.
Trump's shakeup affects each team immediately as Stacie J. goes on the attack towards the women who called her "crazy." Jen C. attempts to settle some scores as well and Rob feels he needs to redeem himself in the eyes of the Trump Organization. On Long Island, one team struggles with internal strife and disorganization while another has an ineffectual showdown with a contractor.
Back in the boardroom, the losing team has mixed opinions on its project manager and one team member makes a unique plea moments before Trump makes his fateful decision. Matthew Calamari (EVP Operations and Construction, Trump Organization) fills in for George Ross this week in the boardroom.
"MOSAIC": Maria, Sandy, Kelly, Andy, and Wes
"APEX": Ivana, Jennifer M., Raj, Kevin and Chris
Week 9 Boardroom Exemption: Andy
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump and Jay Bienstock are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.