NBC'S APPRENTICE CANDIDATES CONNECT THE GENERATIONS
CANDIDATES CONNECT THE GENERATIONS IN THIS WEEK'S EPISODE OF NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE" (OCTOBER 6, 9-10 PM ET/PT)
NEW YORK -- October 5, 2005 -- Personal relationships develop, and ultimately effect the outcome of the boardroom on this week's episode of NBC's "The Apprentice" (October 6, 9-10 pm ET/PT). Rebecca returns from the doctor with a broken ankle, and is restricted to using crutches; she opts to stay in the game, and feels the need to prove herself due to her current disability.
Candidates go to the Cedar Crest Retirement Home, where they will compete to see who can demonstrate the latest and greatest technology to the residents of the retirement home. During the task, one candidate makes a crucial grammatical error that could cost the team the task.
Alliances are formed and exposed later in the boardroom; a promising candidate makes a risky decision by allowing a personal relationship with a teammate to sway the decision of who is brought back into the boardroom. After the demonstration the retirees are candidly evaluate the presentations, sending one team to the boardroom.
Donald Trump gives the most priceless reward of the season, the gift of giving back. The winning team is given an opportunity to spend time with children, and donate thousands of dollars worth of Best Buy toys and electronics to the Montefiore Children's Hospital in New York.
"EXCEL" (Men): Clay, Mark, Randal, Josh, Adam, Markus, James, and Brian
"CAPITAL EDGE" (Women): Kristi, Alla, Marshawn, Jennifer M., Jennifer W., Rebecca, Toral, and Felisha
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions. Mark Burnett, Jay Bienstock and Donald J. Trump are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.