Thursday night on "The Apprentice," the players adjust to life after Sam.
Katrina, one contender hoping to become Trump’s apprentice, says, "The men are a lethal weapon now because they don't have Sam."
Thursday night’s task takes the apprentices to Planet Hollywood in Times Square. Trump says, "The women will manage the restaurant tonight, the men tomorrow night. We’re going to determine who makes the most money."
Trump tells "Extra" that there is a lot at stake for the guys. He says, "If the men keep losing, and so far, they are just getting their butts kicked. But if the men keep losing, we'll have to sort of mix up the teams."
Desperate for a win, the men turn to deception. They lure tourists into the restaurant to meet a so-called celebrity, played by one of their own.
Meanwhile, knowing that sex sells, the women turn to the oldest trick in the book. But will it backfire? Of course, the woman-worshipping Trump says, "Since when don't women use their sexual appeal?"
But in the real business world, do women try to woo Trump, and does it work? Trump says, "Absolutely and absolutely, they have used it and it works."
Check out "The Apprentice" Thursday night on NBC.