Ah, the Fall TV season is on it's way... being more of a TV than movie watcher I'll have more to write about once again. Season 4 of The Apprentice will soon be upon us, and in view of last seasons lower ratings, Donald Trump has decided to step up and act like a CEO in regards to production. Apparently last season Trump had made some suggestions as to who should be considered as candidates and ALL of his suggestions where disregarded. He ended up with a bunch of candidates that he wouldn't want working for him. Although the idea of college vs. non-degreed seemed like a good idea (and one I suggested a couple of years ago), in reality (no pun) it didn't work out quite so well. In season 3 it seemed like part of the degree requirement at college was a course taught by "Miss Manners". For the most part the non-degreed folks came across as childish and foul-mouthed, while the college grads came across as much more sophisticated. " /> Ah, the Fall TV season is on it's way... being more of a TV than movie watcher I'll have more to write about once again. Season 4 of The Apprentice will soon be upon us, and in view of last seasons lower ratings, Donald Trump has decided to step up and act like a CEO in regards to production. Apparently last season Trump had made some suggestions as to who should be considered as candidates and ALL of his suggestions where disregarded. He ended up with a bunch of candidates that he wouldn't want working for him. Although the idea of college vs. non-degreed seemed like a good idea (and one I suggested a couple of years ago), in reality (no pun) it didn't work out quite so well. In season 3 it seemed like part of the degree requirement at college was a course taught by "Miss Manners". For the most part the non-degreed folks came across as childish and foul-mouthed, while the college grads came across as much more sophisticated. " />

The Apprentice Season 4: More Class, Less Profanity

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apprentice trump The Apprentice Season 4: More Class, Less ProfanityAh, the Fall TV season is on it’s way… being more of a TV than movie watcher I’ll have more to write about once again.

Season 4 of The Apprentice will soon be upon us, and in view of last seasons lower ratings, Donald Trump has decided to step up and act like a CEO in regards to production. Apparently last season Trump had made some suggestions as to who should be considered as candidates and ALL of his suggestions where disregarded. He ended up with a bunch of candidates that he wouldn’t want working for him.

Although the idea of college vs. non-degreed seemed like a good idea (and one I suggested a couple of years ago), in reality (no pun) it didn’t work out quite so well. In season 3 it seemed like part of the degree requirement at college was a course taught by “Miss Manners”. For the most part the non-degreed folks came across as childish and foul-mouthed, while the college grads came across as much more sophisticated.

So this season “The Donald” has decided to drop the hammer: He hand picked 17 out of the 18 contestants, including one woman who the producers told him was “too beautiful”, two ex-professional athletes, a Rhodes scholar with five degrees (I personally wouldn’t bet on that guy), and an ex-stripper.

After last season I thought that perhaps The Apprentice had peaked in it’s second season, but maybe there’s some life left in the show yet.

Source: NY Times

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  1. {{{VIC}}}

    Long time no post! How have you been?

    Did you catch the show where they featured the Sith??? :wink:

  2. Been very busy. :D

    What show are you referring to?? You mean an episode of The Apprentice?

    Vic

  3. I read somewhere that Sith will be featured on The Apprentice, something to do with the release of the DVD on November, so maybe it hasnt happened yet? :roll:

  4. Oh, right! I think I saw that in the promo for the series.

    Nope, not yet. Probably saving it for sweeps month. 8)

    Vic

  5. Tell us about it here will ya Vic? :wink:

  6. My first occassion to watch The Apprentice was in season 3. Hooked since then.
    My early bet is on Randall. Not just because it would mean finally having an African-American but because he is smooooth. He handled G-ma’s death professionally, came back the next week, project mgr and won. Considered by both teams as a strong asset and has not bonded with anyone. Strong candidate indeed.

  7. Trent, I haven’t posted anything new on the show but I have to say I agree. He’s got his act together, knows his stuff, and doesn’t seem to be rubbing anyone the wrong way.

    Vic

  8. :twisted:

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