HISTORIC LOSS ON NBC'S THE APPRENTICE
CONTENTIOUS TRUMP BOARDROOM MARKS ANOTHER HISTORIC APPRENTICE FIRST ON NBC
(OCTOBER 27, 9-10 PM ET/PT)
One Team Wins by Widest Margin Ever
NEW YORK - Oct. 26, 2005 - On NBC's "The Apprentice," a contentious Donald Trump returns to the boardroom from his business trip, marking another historic Apprentice first when he learns one team loses by 111 percent, the widest margin in "Apprentice" history, (Thurs., Oct. 27, 9-10 pm ET/PT). While away on business, Trump deputizes Carolyn Kepcher to deliver the next task - create an in-store sporting expo at Dick's Sporting Goods to help move merchandise.
After last week's second consecutive loss for Capital Edge, Kepcher has the teams pre-decide the project managers before the task delivery and then tells them to pick new teams. The newly created 'Excel' and 'Capital Edge' then take to their tasks of creating and selling. The result - another Apprentice first when one team loses by the largest sales margin ever.
The winning team flies on a private jet to Montauk, NY for a fishing trip, and cap off their day with a beachfront bonfire.
"EXCEL": Clay, Mark, Josh, Adam,Markus, James, and Brian
"CAPITAL EDGE": Randal,Alla, Marshawn, Jennifer M., Jennifer W., Rebecca, 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.