Few people will take a billionaire head on, but that's just what Mahsa Saeidi-Azcuy did after her firing on this week's "The Apprentice." While Mahsa was cast as a liar in the edited version of the show, she took to YouTube in order to clear her name (see video below).
On the show this week
The lights of New York City's Broadway theaters seemed dim compared to the sparks in Donald Trump's boardroom on this week's 'The Apprentice.' In the end, this week's task barely mattered because a dispute over last week's task led to firing of a contestant.
This week, teams created presentations with a goal of convincing investors to back new Broadway shows. Among the judges were Tony Award-winning singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth, and Daryl Roth, producer of six Pulitzer Prize-winning plays.