Audrey Teed Off in Apprentice Golf Game
Though Trump focused on her lack of leadership abilities, those working with and observing Audrey also noticed she suffered from temper tantrums and a disregard for loyalty – clashing with teammate John and betraying her best friend Angie. Some of the others also found her immature.
From a human-interest angle, Audrey did confess at one point, in an effort to explain her defensiveness and her drive to succeed: "My parents both went to prison. I was left with nothing. My childhood was taken from me, everything was taken from me. I was living out of a car. ... I am where I'm at today because I have crawled and begged."
She also told Angie and Chris, "As a child, girls hated me because I was beautiful. I wanted to scar my face because I was so beautiful, I wanted to be ugly so that they wouldn't hate me. I have tried and tried for my entire life for people to just accept me."
The week's goal was to build a miniature golf course at Manhattan's Chelsea Piers, with whichever team making the most money in one day to be proclaimed the winner.
The book-smart Magna team, led by Stephanie, picked a safari theme for their course, while Net Worth went for a circus theme, with teammates dressed as clowns ... which caused some calls for mutiny. Chris went so far as to add chewing tobacco to his get-up.
And the winner was Magna, which made $508 to Net Worth's $304, whose project manager Audrey got canned – while the victors accompanied the Donald to New Jersey's Trump National Golf Club, where they played with champ Cristie Kerr.