An Apprentice candidate who describes herself as having "the energy of a Duracell bunny, the sex appeal of Jessica Rabbit, and a brain like Einstein" is married to a Jewish businessman who once appeared on another BBC reality series.
Lord Sugar has criticised young people for "waiting for the opportunity" to become the next Steve Jobs instead of taking the initiative to set up their own businesses.
A movie experience of a lifetime is what is on sale in this week’s episode of the Apprentice as the two teams are instructed to create and sell the big screen experience to an unsuspecting public.
Occasionally and with great subtlety Lord Sugar will display his conditional liking for a candidate.
Week six has now come upon us and we have reached the half way stage of the competition.
Wow what an episode.
The Apprentice just gets better and better this season and this week sees the candidates enter the fashion world when they are asked to market and sell some trendy garments at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.
The X FACTOR unlike the Apprentice seems to revel in making incorrect decisions when it comes to choosing who will be departing the show.
After what I thought was a particularly flat episode I have to say the boardroom shenanigans more than made me a happy bunny! Melissa Cohen may have had a short stint on the show but boy will she be remembered in the Apprentice history books as one of the more vile and obnoxious candidates to have ever graced the boardroom.
I canny wait for this week’s episode of the Apprentice to start in precisely eight minutes! This week’s hopefuls are given the always interesting task of selling to trade and this is certainly an upgrade in terms of difficulty and it will be interesting to see which candidates sink and which front crawl to victory.
Having come from a reality television background, I am fully aware of being exposed to a nation thirsty for blood.