The opposing team is, by contrast, a really dull mix of smart, competent women. What gives the men the winning advantage is their ability to take risks. The women always play it safe and do exactly as they're told. Below is a commercial the men did for a video phone, directed by Lil Jon.
I couldn't find a clip of the women's commercial 'cause no one bothered to post it. It's the nauseatingly cliche tale of a young girl studying in Paris (inexplicably accompanied by her "host mother" Dionne Warwick) signing over the video phone with her deaf mother in America.
Taking risks just isn't in our blood; women have to bear and raise children. We need to be stable, nurturing, and we need to put others first. While men are out hunting, or the modern day equivalent (trying to be some sort of artist) we feel we need to hold down the fort.
This puts us at a real disadvantage in business. I meet so many women who had their own fashion line but decided to give it up in exchange for the stability of corporate job. You know how many men I know who have done the same thing? Zero. I was talking to my dad one day, crying about how my business had failed, how I'd lost everything, how I never thought it would be this hard, how I was giving up. And he was like, "What? Of course you failed, and you're going to keep failing until you succeed." It never occurred to me that failure might be acceptable or common place. I think women beat themselves up while men dust themselves off and try again.
So imma keep trying: I realize that profitability is a long way away but that doesn't mean failure - it just means I need to make money other ways while I develop the line. Luckily I give great head.
I leave you with another scene from Celebrity Apprentice, to remind us ladies that we may not be risk takers but we are still far superior to men. This is an enraged Meatloaf accusing Gary Busey of stealing his art supplies (turns out they were under a chair).