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The Apprentice - Season 15 (2019)

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by EVH, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. ic1male

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    with more arguments it seems *rubs hands*
     
  2. ic1male

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    Alan gonna go nuts in the boardroom, I can feel it.
     
  3. EVH

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    Get ready for the bait n switch.

    Girls looking awful in the boardroom = win?
     
  4. jpaul

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    Alan with his stupid anti-May brexit joke - crass .. hopefully some of his businesses go to the wall ... or is he shorting the pound

    ... even if the essex boy can sell on the market, how is that useful to alan.

    edit : connosewer out ! for pronounciation
     
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  5. sneakysnail

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    How the girls premium lollies weren't refunded i don't know. I dont think any were actually eaten. just thrown out and only bought for the publicity of getting on the TV
     
  6. ic1male

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    £3.50 for a lolly though? Even Magnums aren't that pricey and they are premium lollies. Must be London prices. :p
     
  7. jpaul

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    maybe there is no such thing as bad publicity ... but if you were thinking of doing businnes with girls (garden/plant can't even remember their name) company wouldn't you think twice ... but you'd visit the bar and say good on you .. you threw the boys product in the bin.
     
  8. dowie

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    Girls got a bit lucky with their corporate customer there, that "premium product" being semi rejected then back in with the claim that 80 were fine "OK we'll buy 80 on trust" WTF...

    Dean's screw up of not even accepting £1 would have still left them loosing the task overall.

    That posh **** had a real attitude problem, seems like the right decision to sack the PM though... FML I don't own an ice cream company but that thing was terrible and had nothing "premium" about it even before they started freezing.
     
  9. mmj_uk

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    The boys cheap lolly looked far more premium than their premium lolly, any project leader with any sense would have switched them around.

    I think if you excluded money the boys have done a better job with the tasks two weeks in a row but ultimately these tasks are judge on profit.
     
  10. Glanza

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    Wonder if this season is going to carry on giving them challenges that their business ideas are based around, 2 for 2 currently with failures.
     
  11. jpaul

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    Maybe alan does have some business acumen
    just another Warhol disciple after his fame.

    is the bbc obliged to provide counselling and potentially liable for emotional damage .. the license will go up.
     
  12. dacads

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    Does Claude have a twin? Somehow he was at the club then on the street straight after!

    Seen it before too though, makes you realise what a load of scripted rubbish it all is anyway.
     
  13. dowie

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    A previous season came to my office, I wasn't in the day they were there as I'd already had a holiday booked but we had an e-mail go around so that staff could opt out of being filmed etc...

    So yes I wager a lot of it is pre-planned by the production team - they don't suddenly choose to pop into a random office or other business premises complete with film crew to try and flog a load of product etc.. the producers have set it all up in advance.

    In the first task I'd bet they just had that specific wine tasting event and that specific safari event lined up - no way for the teams to both choose wine tasting etc..
     
  14. SixTwoSix

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    Lucifers gay brother is really starting to grate on me...as is that pompous teenage entitled little ****