At first glance, Brent Buckman and Tarek do not have much in common. One is overweight, overbearing and disruptive. Tarek is good looking, intelligent and dressed to the nines. On this show we see that there are more similarities than meets the eye. Bryce, who has been a back bencher most of the season, can see his team is falling apart. He confronts Tarek and invites the team into a meeting. Everybody fires at Tarek, who says in his aside that they are gunning for him because he is good. Tarek, You are every bit as dillusional and egotistical as Brent.
In this weeks task, the candidates need to write a jingle for Arby's. The fast food giant is know for it's roast beef sandwiches, but has a new product, a natural chicken sandwich. They point out that they are the only brand to have such an offering.
Once again Lee has to excuse himself from the task to observe the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur. His teammates support him as this time Lenny does as well. Lenny and Lee have forged an alliance and Lenny seems more humble than ever before.
Bryce wants to emphasize team unity and seems successful accept for one big snafu, the team arrives 20 minutes too late. Goldrush's fate may have been sealed right then and there.
Synergy takes this project and runs with British charmer Sean taking the reigns. They seem to work like clockwork now that Brent is gone and Andrea is suprisingly quiet now.
Both teams have successful presentations but Synergy wins the task. They have a dinner at an exclusive restaurant and are served Truffles, which is right up there with cavier for things I really never want to try.
It's deja vu in the boardroom as Bryce make exactly the same mistake as Dan in not bringing the right people into the boardroom. For the second week in a row, the Goldrush PM is fired.