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RE: The Apprentice - 15/7/2013 8:22:52 PM   

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This is the first time in quite a few years where there isn't anyone left that I actually want to win, it's just become a case of who I'd least hate winning, which is probably Neil.

No chance. His beard is fucking ridiculous.

He's finally got it sorted!

Here's hoping he does well in the future though, he seemed the only one who had any sense. And what the hell was with Jordan and 'his' business plan?! My annoyance with his and Neil's business plans is that the contestants were vetted, so the producers and Sugar already knew their plans. So why the hell did they choose them both, when their plans were rubbish?! It (again) was all about the drama rather than the brains

Couldn't agree more. It's really pissed me off this year, why is Sugar and co. kicking off about the plans now? they've known about them from week one and the producers even longer. This is where the show has really gone downhill, by going down the business partner route and still keeping the 'apprentice' tasks gives false hope to those like Neil who'd be a front runner in previous years. Also keeping the entertaining candidates in spite of their business plans (Alex) is just stringing the poor bastard along, and descends into x-factor territory.

The two finalists are proof that the format doesn't work. They've been shit for a fair chunk of the process, but had an ok last couple of weeks, and their business plans are sound enough, so they're in. Total farce. They should go back to the original format or tailor the tasks to be more about being Sugar's business partner and less about being his office gopher.

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RE: The Apprentice - 17/7/2013 8:32:32 PM   
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Bugger. It started at 8 did it? Not that I really give a damn who wins.

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RE: The Apprentice - 17/7/2013 8:33:56 PM   


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You haven't missed much apart from some cringing moments and badly thought out ideas....


Come join in the Photo competition

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RE: The Apprentice - 17/7/2013 8:40:53 PM   

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I didn't realise it started at eight either. I also don't give a damn who wins. I might catch the missed 40 minutes at some point. Or not.

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RE: The Apprentice - 18/7/2013 11:14:46 AM   

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so the least annoying of the two won...yay I guess....

How can someone spend so long soming up with a buiness plan and not have a name for thier company? still at least no having a name was better than Niks..


I am but an egg.

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