Media mogul 50 Cent has his eye on the remaining contestants on The Money And The Power. The teams swapped one member of their group before competing in front of Danity Kane singer Aubrey O'Day. Jennifer was then sent home, leaving seven...... Read Full Episode Summary »
50 challenges the contestants to spread the word about HIV in the Bronx, and has a surprising reward for their good deed.
Media mogul 50 Cent has his eye on the remaining contestants on The Money And The Power. The teams swapped one member of their group before competing in front of Danity Kane singer Aubrey O'Day. Jennifer was then sent home, leaving seven contestants still fighting for The Money And The Power. 50 Cent is ready to teach the aspiring entrepreneurs their sixth lesson which is to "Use Your Cents To Make Change."
At Camp Curtis, Derrick begins to step up his game in order to get noticed. The other roommates see that he's doing good deeds but believe it can be for the wrong reason. The group then gets a new blackmail which says that millions of lives could be at stake and two members of the house may be going home.
Team Money and Team Power get ready for the next challenge and choose their bosses. The teams meet up with 50 Cent and learn that their next test is to get the word out about AIDS and HIV. 50 Cent introduces the entrepreneurs to Anthony and Rico who are passionate about the cause. Rico admits to the group that he doesn't tell his sexual partners about his condition, which hit home with some of the contestants.
The next test for both teams is to create a street marketing campaign in order to spread HIV/AIDS awareness in the Bronx. The contestants will be judged on their use of facts, creativity, and the size of the crowd that they gather in just two hours. Team Money decides to put on a street performance to catch the crowd's attention, while Team Power has trouble working as a team.
The teams hit the streets and have trouble drawing in a large crowd. Team Money puts on a dance show and tries to connect with the Spanish speaking crowd. Team Power was working their microphone only to turn around and find Larry from Team Money ruffling through their things. Larry was giving out incorrect facts about HIV/AIDS and tried to use the other team's pamphlets to correct himself. Musso then spent most of his time on the megaphone talking trash about the other team instead of spreading the word.
Before elimination, Larry takes over as the boss and tries to figure out what happened to him team's fact sheet. Both teams end up picking on Musso, saying that he's been the cause of a lot of trouble at Camp Curtis. In retaliation, Musso rips apart Ryan's headband and then tries to get Ryan to throw a punch. Ryan won't get physical but still continues to insult Musso, causing Musso to come after Ryan and push him over. The other guys break up the fight and separate Musso and Ryan.
50 Cent meets with the members of his G-Unit to talk about how well the campers did in the test. When he finds out that it didn't go so well, he calls an emergency meeting with the contestants. 50 Cent decides that he wants to meet with each of the contestants individually and then all seven entrepreneurs will be up for elimination. At the meetings, 50 Cent asks to hear everyone's business plans and why his investment would make sense. Nearly all of the contestants are ill-prepared when it comes to explaining their business plan.
At elimination, 50 Cent puts all the contestants on the chopping block because of what happened in the Bronx. 50 Cent asks about the incident where the wrong facts were given but no one can explain what happened. One by one the contestants are told that they are safe, leaving Nikki, Mehgan and Derrick still up for elimination.
50 Cent is still pleased that people in the Bronx were made aware of HIV/AIDS and decides not to eliminate anyone. The group is relieved that they are all still in the game, but they still have to develop their business plans in order to win The Money And The Power.