In the season finale, three eliminated contestants, Derrick, Musso, and Nikki, return to help the final three players compete in a trash-talking contest. As the teams prepare what they are going to say, Ryan and Nikki discover that they are...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Ryan, Larry and Cornbreadd give their final days at Camp Curtis all they've got, but in the end, only one will win the $100,000.
In the season finale, three eliminated contestants, Derrick, Musso, and Nikki, return to help the final three players compete in a trash-talking contest. As the teams prepare what they are going to say, Ryan and Nikki discover that they are especially inexperienced with the art of talking smack.
50 brings a live audience to witness the competition, and announces that the loser will be immediately eliminated. Although this makes Ryan even more nervous, he manages to make 50 laugh enough to stay in the game, and Cornbreadd is sent home, instead.
On the eve of the contestants final presentations, 50 has one-on-one talks with Ryan and Larry. He tells them each that he is proud of them, and they have a real shot at winning. He also gives them each a special gift: an expensive watch as a reminder that time is money.
Ryan and Larry both stay up the whole night perfecting their business plan presentations. The next morning, 50 surprises them with a hair, makeup, and clothing stylist to help them look and feel their best during the big moment. 50 also gives the contestants another gift: diamond cuff links, Larry gets a facial, and Ryan makes the huge decisions of taking out his cornrows.
Finally, the most important moment of the competition has arrived. Ryan is surprised that instead of just presenting to 50, Tony Yayo and Chris Lighty are also there to judge him. Ryan brushes off their comments on his hair looking like Harry Potter, and launches into his presentation on FitConnect.com.
When Ryan is finished, 50 dismisses him without comment, and Ryan worries that he left Larry a lot of room to beat him. Larry gives an equally impressive presentation, and the judges are torn on who is more deserving of the money.
After 50 deliberates with Yayo and Lighty, he meets with Ryan and Larry. He asks them each to tell him one last time why they think they deserve to win, and what valuable lessons they have learned along the way. Larry insists he is the black Donald Trump, but in the end, 50 says he wants to go with the white 50 Cent: Ryan.
Ryan needs a minute to recover when 50 hands him a briefcase filled with $100,000. But he quickly pulls himself together, and joins 50 in a car escorted by 10 police cars, and the two make the trip to money-making Manhattan.