March 14, 2011 by Post Team
‘Celebrity Apprentice’, This is the 14th season of “The Apprentice”, which means that now everyone who has never had any sort of contact with the show should know a few simple rules. First, if you are the project manager and you lose, you’re probably being fired. Second, if you do not stand up for yourself when you are attacked in the boardroom, you’re probably be fired. Third, if you go against a competitor who is clearly more interesting than television, you’re probably being fired. All this knowledge is there, and even Lisa Rinna yet entered into a buzzsaw on (March 13) Sunday night’s episode of “The Celebrity Apprentice.” After her team lost, Rinna was on the block against Dionne Warwick and Star Jones in the meeting room, which was essentially a bloodbath that left Rinna drag its carcass back into the facility with the attendant useful. (On a side note: Is that guy hired just for this show, or that his current job?)
So how do Rinna end up being the second star eliminated this season? Both teams were charged with creating a children’s book, Rinna and ended up getting drafted in the current project manager (perhaps Jones and the rest of the ladies of ASAP knew this task was doomed from the start). The women’s team seemed to fall apart almost immediately, as they could not decide what the topic of the book should be (Marlee Matlin wanted to do a story about deafness, but for some reason Warwick not having). They kind of turn of the drain from there.
Meanwhile, all men Backbone had to do was not to turn a group of children on fire and they would win this one away. They chose to Meat Loaf as their project manager, and although he seemed confused for most of the show, there were not many outside the theater of desperate attempts to rhyme Jose Canseco in the children’s book (he seemed pretty vague people do not think of him as creative). Ultimately, putting Canseco in drag for a performance of the work was probably the thing that gave victory to the end Backbone.
The best moment of the night came during the first meeting room, which saw the earliest possible break in a whirlwind of bodywork. Somewhere along the way, the disagreement with Warwick Matlin was raised, and Matlin said she respected Warwick, because “people tell me he is a legend.” Trump seemed vaguely outraged that Matlin do not know for a fact that Warwick was a “legend”, for which Matlin had to say: “Well, I am deaf.” Welcome to “The Celebrity Apprentice,” where logic seems absurd.
In addition, in case anyone has forgotten: Star Jones is a lawyer.
So Rinna received her walking papers, which means that both teams are again at the same strength. See next week seems to revolve around the camping gear and Gary Busey as a project manager, which should allow a delightful madness.
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