Week Two: The Apprentice analysed...

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  • As always, this has a very unappealing set of candidates. Margaret Mountford (alpha female ex-partner of Herbies) must be gritting her teath having to deal with such people!

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  • An entertaining episode but didn't have quite the backstabbing and ego clashes that made the first so enjoyable.

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  • The unappealing set of candidates is what makes it so enjoyable! They're among the most hateful people imaginable and their senses of self belief are exceptionally overinflated. All of which makes for good television. Glad to see that Anita going, I think that bulldog had chewed a wasp long enough

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  • Did we watch the same programme? Sir Alan said Rocky was too young as a nicer way of explaining away the fact that he could not make a profit out of selling sandwiches (something he was only too eager to explain he did for a living and very successfully). The commercial world makes for robust dialogue, straight-talking and "eat your vegetables" (although not the vegetables Yaz was peddling for consumption). If Rocky had been daft enough to follow advice to make a discrimination claim then the janitor would have been able to put together a rebuttal based on competence being the selection criteria. Sexism? YAWN! All very derivative of the 80s alternative comedian demonising 70s comedians for being inappropriate to mask the fact that they themselves are about as funny as the bill the Guerkin got for their buffet.

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  • There was one lawyer who was extremely happy during last week's episode, and that was me!
    You may recall a customer outside Liverpool St Station buying a sandwich from Rocky. Well, that chap was me and I must say that the sandwich tasted great. I was happy, watching it back, to see that at least the boys used plastic gloves when preparing their food unlike the girls. Whilst one woman found a hair in her food, I would hate to think of what else would have been found if the girl's food had been tested under a microscope - nasty!

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