May 20, 2012
HERE WE GO! THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!
And we are live! Trump is on his way (pre-taped) in Mario Andretti’s race car to the studio. And his hair looked better at the end. Expect a lot of clips and flashbacks.
The contest is interspersed between live clips of the returning contestants. The Magic Johnson snafu? Solved. More video is on the way. Debbie Gibson is complaining about being micromanaged but like Clay said, he is the only one who can get fired tonight.
Adam Carolla is going to write material for Paul Sr. and Teresa, which is a relief for Lisa. Problem is Arsenio needs to take control.
Clay is doing a carnival theme since his charity is for children. When they get to the event space, he finally gets to see the sketches from Debbie’s cousin, which may be undoable.
Clay to Aubrey: “Would you let me do it, since it’s my show?” Aubrey got upset because Clay was “stepping on her toes” and “without us there would be no show.” Can I say one last time, SHUT UP YOU OBNOXIOUS SELF-CENTERED NOTHING? Thanks, I will.
Next comes the Lou montage: 378 clips of Lou saying “110%.” Lou’s rebuttal: “I raised $41,000 for my charity.” Lou wins.
Victoria Gotti called Lisa and Aubrey “crude rude and classless.” That was John Gotti’s daughter speaking, please bear in mind, so she should know. That was the pot calling the kettle black but in this case the pot is correct.
The events start and the big donors get in first. They only have 75 seats each so if you were on line and were planning to donate 50 bucks forget it.
We then had the Lisa montage, which made her look about as good as you’d expect.
Trump to Paul Sr.: “You’re a much different guy on Celebrity Apprentice than we’ve seen elsewhere. Which is the real Paul?”
Paul: “This is.” HAHAHAHAHAhahahahahaah! This is the real Paul Sr.:
The events began with Clay and Arsenio onstage together talking about their charities. It is nice that they seem to genuinely get along. It continued with Adam Carolla’s stand up, which was actually pretty good considering I did not like him befofre this show. Most of the humor was at Trump’s expense. The Donald is usually a good sport about that.
During Clay’s show, Dee and Debbie sang baby love. Would you have expected that from Dee?
Aubrey sang I will survive and said: “Everyone knew I should have been in the final two.” Once more. SHUT UP YOU OBNOXIOUS SELF-CENTERED NOTHING.
Penn and Teller did some of their act and, despite the lousy way Penn came across, Penn and Teller is a show not to miss.
Dee sang, Clay sang, they all sang. It was only in small clips but I think Clay put on the better show.
It may sound like I am giving the show short shrift today, but like all finales there is a lot of fluff.
So who raised more money in the finale? Clay, with over $301,000. but don’t feel bad for Arsenio’s charity, he gets to keep the money he raised.
At 10:30 Clay and Arsenio entered the theater for the live show. After the break they sang together, Lean on Me. then another break.
When we come back, we are treated to a montage of past Celebrity Apprentice winners. Then Clay and Arsenio explain why they should win. “I don’t want my mother to sit through me losing on tv again,” said Clay. “I was always number two. I need to be number one,” saiud Arsenio.
SO WHO IS THE WINNER??????????
The winner is…………..
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