This episode was petty fast I thought as it felt like they tried to stretch it out in order to fill up a two hour time slot. The task this time around was that the two teams had to produce a show at the Lyndhurst’s Medieval Times event where afterwards the audience would vote on which team they liked the best. The project manger for the men was Penn Jillette and for the women it was Lisa Lampanelli.
Overall the men went for more the razzle and dazzle routine as they recognized a large part of the audience were children where their attention span wouldn’t be very high. The women dubbed their act as “The Unreal Housewives of Camelot” to tr and capitalize on the success of the show “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” since Teresa Giudice was on the team. They sure blurred out a lot of scenes this episode when it came to the women as if they constantly had wardrobe malfunctions.
The main conflict in this episode I felt was on the women’s side where Lisa assigned Victoria to handle the technical cues such as the sound and stage lightning for when the show went live. She didn’t seem very fond of that and took it as an insult where everyone else was in the actual act except her. This made her extremely disgruntled throughout the entire task. Not surprisingly, there were a lot of technical cue mishaps during the actual show. In the end, the men received 558 votes and the women received 363.
In the boardroom it was mostly between Lisa and Victoria. The biggest point it seemed was that during the episode Victoria made a comment on how maybe she should just go to the men’s team since she felt under utilized. Trump took that as a quitting attitude I guess you can say which he always mention that he hates. As well, Lisa seemed very passionate about what she was doing to the point where she started to cry as she tried to defend herself and the loss. Trump seemed to have taken that as a positive when it came to Lisa. With this factored in Trump decided to fire Victoria.