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Ivanka Trump blogs 'The Apprentice' finale!

Hi  Apprentice  fans! We’ve finally reached the finale and I couldn’t be more excited about this episode. We have plenty of twists and turns and one really fantastic  Apprentice  was hired! I can’t wait to hear what you all think! Feel free to send me all of your comments to my  Facebook page . I look forward to hearing from you… but first let’s get to my thoughts on the finale. Problems Solved As you may remember from last week, both teams had some pretty major issues to deal with. Brandy was in danger of not having a photographer at her event and Clint had misspelled his celebrity’s name on ALL of his collateral pieces. Lucky for both, their problems were resolved.  Clint handled it well and remained in budget, and Brandy’s photographer made it!  The playing field was evened and the battle was about to begin. At this point, I truly didn’t know who would do the better job — both had remained calm and cool through any issues and it seemed they were both leading their teams well. There was no clear front-runner and I normally have a favorite — but not in this instance! To Read More  Click Here.

'The Apprentice': Texting is against the rules

Previously: Eight weeks passed and no one cared. Last week, Trump switched up the teams and made them coed. Then David was fired. In the suite, everyone debates who will come back, blah, blah, OF COURSE it's David. Anand says something arrogant about how he'd actually like everyone gone, to be honest, and there's a reason he's here and the other three are in there. The women come back in and hug everyone.   Poppy thinks they'll be a much stronger team (Anand, Stephanie, and Poppy) now, but Clint -- David's biggest hater, if you'll recall -- tells them they have a creative void now, and wonders who will be creative on Fortitude now. They want him to shut his mouth, and I do too. It turns out Clint and Anand hate each other. Because Mahsa and David are gone, and there has to be some drama. Short version of "Money, money, money," which means fifteen seconds of more episodes, and more weecapping for me. Boo! To Read More  Click Here.

Ivanka Trump blogs 'The Apprentice': Episode 9

Hi  Apprentice  Fans! I was not kidding last week when I told you that  The Apprentice  is getting more surprising with each new episode. This week had another  Apprentice first – the episode began with a boardroom …and a firing. An Apprentice Shocker (and Fire #9) My father had the two teams assemble in the boardroom at the beginning of the show, as he announced "I’ve just been given some very disturbing news." It had been brought to his attention that Anand had been text-messaging people during the pedi-cab challenge in Episode 6. Anand had been asking friends to bring in money for the pedi-cab rides because he was the Project Manager and his "ass was on the line." He asked them to bring $50 and "to pretend like we don’t know each other." It was extremely shocking, and also very unfair! To Read More  Click Here.

'The Apprentice' recap: Drama Queen

Previously on "I'm Not A Celebrity Apprentice; NBC Should Get Me Out Of Here": The men won a pedicab challenge, but they begged Trump to fire David anyway (he didn't). The women's screechy project manager, Kelly, was sent packing, putting my ears out of their misery. Up in the suite, Mahsa's telling everyone it was a group decision to go to Wall Street, and she turns to Poppy and Brandy, all snotty, "Was it not?" Brandy tells her no one's disagreeing with her; she's arguing with herself. Steuart looks shocked at the fact that there's a team with more drama than theirs. Brandy's sick of hearing Mahsa talk and wishes she'd shut up. Mahsa wants Liza to go, but she and Stephanie come in. Stephanie says this is the last time she takes on everything to help out the team. Then she interviews about these "bitches" that she's been "carrying" this whole game. Really? Because I just noticed her two weeks ago. Mahsa starts talking s*** about Liza right in front of her face, and then tells the guys she wants to tell them about their sales. Brandy wonders what good that does anyone, since they all know Stephanie did the best and have been praising her. Then she tells Mahsa to shut the fuck up, which is what all of America's been wanting to say, but it only sets her off. They go at it at Steuart makes devil horns and faces behind Mahsa. Way to make David look like the good guy on this show. Mahsa interviews she's ready for a fight and none of these people are her friends. Which is all because of "Money, money, money, money..." To Read More Click here.

THE APPRENTICE Season 10 Episode 7 Recap

On tonight’s episode of THE APPRENTICE, the teams were brought to Broadway and tasked with holding backer’s auditions. For those like myself who aren’t clued into the theater lingo, the backer’s audition is a mini-production and presentation of a not yet produced play aimed at getting investors to putting up money. The teams were given no producers, director or designers, but they were given the script and score to create the presentations. Liza stepped up for Fortitude, even though she has never seen a Broadway play, and Steuart lead Octane. The teams would put together the presentations after meeting with the writers and getting a sense of what they want to accomplish. The backer’s auditions would be for the judges on the task – Tony Award-winning Memphis producer John Yanover, Broadway producer Daryl Roth and actress Kristin Chenoweth – at the Shubert Theater. They also had to create supplemental marketing materials along with the presentation to sell the show. To Read More Click Here.

THE APPRENTICE Season 10 Episode 6 Recap

Wade is finally ready to step up to the plate on this week's THE APPRENTICE, a promise he had to keep for Mr. Trump. But before we get to this week's challenge, we got to see Clint's meeting with Steve Forbes, the prize he won as last week's winning project manager. And more importantly we finally saw Forbes blink - TWICE. I actually appreciate that on this season the winners are reaping benefits that could actually help them further their business careers. For the task, Rockport shoes wanted the teams to put on a fashion show for their key buyers in less than 24 hours. For Fortitude, Stephanie steps up as project manager, and as predicted last task, Wade will lead, or at least try to, Octane. The ladies decided they need a theme to make the show interesting so they base it all around so they base it on one imaginary dude  Tristan.  The men on the other hand just want to make sure the clothes with the shoes are good, so Wade looks to Stuart and Anan, the suave guys out of the group, to meet with the models, pick the shoes and clothes and go over the looks. Who doesn't love watching two suave guys swing and miss with eight models and attempt to dress them? And apparently after that Wade got wasted because he put David and Gene in charge of the MCing and presentation of the show. To Read More  Click Here .

THE APPRENTICE Season 10 Episode 6 Recap

Wade is finally ready to step up to the plate on this week's THE APPRENTICE, a promise he had to keep for Mr. Trump. But before we get to this week's challenge, we got to see Clint's meeting with Steve Forbes, the prize he won as last week's winning project manager. And more importantly we finally saw Forbes blink - TWICE. I actually appreciate that on this season the winners are reaping benefits that could actually help them further their business careers. For the task, Rockport shoes wanted the teams to put on a fashion show for their key buyers in less than 24 hours. For Fortitude, Stephanie steps up as project manager, and as predicted last task, Wade will lead, or at least try to, Octane. The ladies decided they need a theme to make the show interesting so they base it all around so they base it on one imaginary dude Tristan. The men on the other hand just want to make sure the clothes with the shoes are good, so Wade looks to Stuart and Anan, the suave guys out of the group, to meet with the models, pick the shoes and clothes and go over the looks. Who doesn't love watching two suave guys swing and miss with eight models and attempt to dress them? And apparently after that Wade got wasted because he put David and Gene in charge of the MCing and presentation of the show. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

THE APPRENTICE Season 10 Episode 5 Recap

On THE APPRENTICE, this week the teams were given the task to create a viral marketing video for Popcorn, Indiana - a popcorn company. The teams met the heads of the company, as well as the minds behind the viral hit â??no pants subway rideâ??, to get a better idea of what they want out of this. Once they figured out it was all about integrated the brand with the stunt they picked the team leaders. Even though Wade had said in last weekâ??s boardroom that he would lead Octane the next go around, Clint was set on heading the team. He knew that with another weak team leader the guys were a goner, especially with David still on the team. Mahsa, of course, stepped up as team leader and off they ran to their respective war rooms. The ladies on Fortitude decide to base their video on folks who canâ??t stop eating the popcorn, not even when they workout. Not sure where the stunt is in watching a bunch of people exercise and eat popcorn, but Mahsa and the rest of the team were psyched about the idea. Tyana, last weekâ??s winner and mortal enemy of Mahsa, wasnâ??t so gung ho on the idea and recommended that they needed something bigger and bolder. Thinking she would delay any progress, Mahsa sends Tyana along with Polly and Liza, who apparently werenâ??t contributing, to buy costumes and supplies, while the other woman continue to tweak the creative. To Read More  Click Here .

THE APPRENTICE Season 10 Episode 5 Recap

On THE APPRENTICE, this week the teams were given the task to create a viral marketing video for Popcorn, Indiana - a popcorn company. The teams met the heads of the company, as well as the minds behind the viral hit ‘no pants subway ride’, to get a better idea of what they want out of this. Once they figured out it was all about integrated the brand with the stunt they picked the team leaders. Even though Wade had said in last week’s boardroom that he would lead Octane the next go around, Clint was set on heading the team. He knew that with another weak team leader the guys were a goner, especially with David still on the team. Mahsa, of course, stepped up as team leader and off they ran to their respective war rooms. The ladies on Fortitude decide to base their video on folks who can’t stop eating the popcorn, not even when they workout. Not sure where the stunt is in watching a bunch of people exercise and eat popcorn, but Mahsa and the rest of the team were psyched about the idea. Tyana, last week’s winner and mortal enemy of Mahsa, wasn’t so gung ho on the idea and recommended that they needed something bigger and bolder. Thinking she would delay any progress, Mahsa sends Tyana along with Polly and Liza, who apparently weren’t contributing, to buy costumes and supplies, while the other woman continue to tweak the creative. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

THE APPRENTICE ''Episode 3'' Recap Season 10

This season of THE APPRENTICE should really just be called let's watch a bunch of whiny, bitter folks who like to shoot themselves in the feet week to week. Last week, it was an all out backstabbing fest in the board room and there was a whole lot of left over tension. For this round, the teams found out they were going to set up a high end designer dog spa. They were also asked to provided an added value on top of what the spa already offers and found out that Caesar Milan - the Dog Whisperer - would be a guest judge on this task. James, who was completely picked apart last week, stands up as Octane's project manager and Tyana will lead Fortitude. On the way to the spas, each leader asked their team what they could contribute to the task. Mahsa spoke up right away, saying she had zero experience with dogs and would be a great fit in the front of the spa in reception. Somehow that got vetoed and she was put in the observation room with all the dogs who were getting treatments. Over at Octane, it was once again the David vs James show, which is beyond contrived and annoying at this point. Wade told James that he has been around dogs his entire life, spend thousands on training and grooming and would love to run that part of the challenge. He also brought up the idea of a webcam, which would watch the dogs at the spa all day and give comfort to the owners. He, for some bizarre reason, was asked to decorate the entrance and reception area of the shop. To Read More  Click Here .