Usually, as soon as The Apprentice has finished on BBC1, I write a short summary of the week’s task, what happened and who was fired. This week I simply couldn’t be bothered because no matter how hard I tried to be interested in what was happening, I just couldn’t fake a passable interest. continue reading
As I start to type this, those of you with nothing better to do will be switching over to BBC2 to tune into Horizon: The Secret Life of the Cat. Apparently, there’s such a thing as a cat scientist and extraordinarily, the UK has leading cat scientists. The cat scientists intend to reveal the secret life of cats by tracking a select few for 24 hours in Shamley Green, Surrey. continue reading
Episode 7 of The Apprentice was very camp (in part, thanks to Jason) for the selling task on the Camping and Caravanning Exhibition at The NEC. Each team had to pick two low-value items from a selection on offer as well as one high ticket (SLABS’ words, not mine) item. Seeing as winning the task depends entirely upon selling ability, I was very keen to see who was truly any good at flogging things. continue reading
I don’t watch Britain’s Got Talent or X Factor for several reasons; the main one being that I don’t think new talent can be discovered by a panel which includes actors and comedians, who have no real experience and certainly no relevant qualifications to make them suitable judges. In “protest” of such shows, I simply don’t watch them. continue reading
I don’t know whether or not I can say the 6th episode of The Apprentice was interesting, but I certainly learnt something from it tonight; if I’m ever at a hospital or GP’s surgery and Leah comes out to see me, I’ll be off quicker than Usain Bolt running away from Richard Branson. I’d sooner cut my arms, legs and head off than have her see to me in a hospital or a GP’s surgery.
Anyway, about last night’s episode of The Apprentice. Usually, I would have finished this and published it last night, but it took longer than I anticipated. continue reading
No, I don’t mean Britain’s Got Talent– I mean The Jeremy Kyle Show.
We all pretend that we hate it but secretly, we’ve all watched an episode or two and couldn’t tear ourselves away from this car-crash of a “discuss all of your personal problems on TV” show. continue reading
What a relief- the 5th episode of The Apprentice was entertaining to watch tonight. We even saw some humour from SLABS and his bum-chum Nick. continue reading
Yesterday, in Woolwich, south east London, someone was viciously and brutally murdered in a busy street, in the middle of the afternoon. It’s being called a “terrorist attack”.
Episode 4 of The Apprentice was quite possibly the dullest episode so far in the history of the show. continue reading
We saw the second week/third instalment of The Apprentice tonight and watched the two teams squirm as uncomfortably as a child wearing their older sibling’s, too short, too tight, hand-me-downs. In tonight’s episode, each team had to design, produce and market an item of flat-pack furniture which would later retail for £75.00. continue reading