Crowned with Glory
The intensity of the tasks, however, was unchanged. When the show ended last week, Jennifer M. has Chris Webber had cancel on them. That was solved by drafting the NBA commissioner to be preside over the event. Other problems followed. The X-box was a sponsor of the basketball game. As people were playing with the console, it went blank due to a circuit breaking. A generator was brought in to fix it. Even with all the problems, Jennifer M. made a very fatal flaw. She failed to spend time with Trump, the NBA, or the insurance company putting on the game. It was up to Pamela to do that. The failure of Jennifer M.'s strategy of being behind the scenes was made clear when Trump's helicopter flew off to the Polio match Kelly was holding. At that minute, I felt that Jennifer M.'s chance to be the Apprentice flew away as well.
Kelly wasn't without problems. When we left him last week, the polio match was in the air due to the weather, which ended up being stable. However, the team was not stable. Raj and Elizabeth fought, with Elizabeth proclaiming herself dictator. I thought this ironic and laughable, since Elizabeth was the indecisive one during the show itself. Other problems included driving though Connecticut lost trying to find a print shop and some team members getting drunk.
When the tasks ended, a few things emerged. Jennifer M. made a massive mistake not meeting with Trump or the sponsors. She had the passion, but that had the side effect of being aggressive. In contrast to Kelly, her team got along. Kelly, on the other hand, do really well. However, he seemed wooden and did nothing to motivate his team. No wonder they didn't care. All the people Philbin interviewed - from season 1 candidates, Kelly's friends, and average joes - all saw Kelly as the one for the job. The only people to stand up for Jennifer M. were her friends and John.
Needless to say, Trump hired (read: crowned) Kelly. I wish him well as he works in NYC.
Roll on season three!