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Thats it, Wednesday night between 9:00 and 10:30pm is sacred, No interuptions, phone is turned off, I will not even be dragged away to look at ePhotozine, all for one reason
The Apprentice... (and the your fired show afterwards)
Is there anyone else out there as hooked as I am on the business going on's, shouting at the TV, are you joking, you did what, why not do it this way..
Think he made the right decision tonight, although I think Mona wont last long either.. if that performance has anything to go by. The less said about Debra the better.
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I have been an avid viewer and watched again tonight - but it all felt a bit familiar really, a little bit predictable, lost its freshness, nothing new seen it before.... that kind of thing
I guess the show lives or dies on its personalities rather than the format, so lets hope that there are a few people on there that one doens't want to see murdered with a chainsaw or wood-chipper, someone to root for.
Alan was as high value as ever - never lets you down with his harsh form of wit, so it's worth watching the board-room parts even if you can't abide the business bullshit word touting arse holes that the call contestants.
Yeah, I have a fatal fascination for watching people crashing and burning too!! It's great TV. I do always wonder how much is decided on the cutting room floor - rather than the board room!!
I usually avoid 'reality' shows, but have to say I really enjoy The Apprentice. There is something about seeing cocky, arrogant ar**holes brought down a peg or two that is just compulsive viewing.
Judging by last night, this year is going to be even more full of bitches and backstabbers than normal - bring it on.
I tend to prefer reality shows where the contestants at least appear to be the sort of person you wouldn't go out of your way to avoid. I actually don't want any of these arrogant non-entities to win. They don't deserve it. The show would be far more interesting if the contestants had the sort of background that Sugar himself has, imo...
That's what Dragons' Den is for Jools.
No, Dragon's Den is for laughing at people with no-hope inventions and/or a total absence of business skills trying to hoodwink people who are all extremely astute investors into giving them money...
lol, that too.
Dragons Den = Happy Slapping for business folk
I preffered to watch 'Grand Designs' (Re-visited) on channel 4 - what a house.
I can't watch the Apprentice as I just want to slap all the arrogant gits. Which, lets face it, is most of them.
I'm hooked already, bit surprised at how quickly the knives were drawn... not very sensible not to find out who the players are before you start dissin the competition... for people who are supposed to have brains it really is fun to see how badly they can **** up car washing... the faces on their 'clients' was brilliant!
lol at Chris Quote: Dragons Den = Happy Slapping for business folk
For me , The first series was excellent but the last couple of series seem to have attracted TV Wannabes who are more interested in a career on tv than a genuine step up.
I notice that a few of this years entrants have flirted with the media in the past.
Quote: for people who are supposed to have brains it really is fun to see how badly they can **** up car washing
That's the problem; all brains and no common sense.
Quote: Quote:for people who are supposed to have brains it really is fun to see how badly they can **** up car washingThat's the problem; all brains and no common sense.
Degrees and Common Sense are mutually exclusive.
Bear in mind they give degrees in coffee-making these days!
(Well they don't - but y'know what I mean! )
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