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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by jodyguercio, Apr 29, 2009.
WOW! only 10 hours of prime time available and one will be taken by this.
Score one for cheaply-made entertainment, and score one against intelligent writing, I suppose.
NBC, Nothing But Cr*p I guess is their new motto.
Ease up, guys. My wife loves The Donald and his minions.
I was a fan of The Apprentice for years but enough is enough, especially with so few hours available for decent programming.
I quit watching when they went to "celebrities".
This show airs on Sunday nights so it doesn't eat into the "10 hours of prime time" on NBC weeknights.
I'll be watching next year ..
One of the best tirades I've seen on any reality show .. Happened this past Sunday on The Celebrity Apprentice:
(*** Spoiler Alert *** Don't click the link you don't want to know the outcome)
That's when I started watching again ..
Actually, that's precisely when I started watching. The old formula became repetitive and boring. With celebrities, you at least get to see successful people feeling very uncomfortable. That, by itself, is entertaining.
Now that's entertainment! :lol:
Thats when I started watching. Celebrities are more cut throat then regular people. They are all successful and used to being pampered. I thought last season was great but this season has been even better. I liked Melissa alot now I guess I am gonna pull for Jesse.
Except they are not celebrities - they are people whos 15 minutes came and went years ago.
They are still successful .. Some for over 15 years
It certainly is "entertaining" to see the celebrity passions flying around for a charity-driven program, especially when these folks are truly out of their normal "element". There is truly a mixed bag of nuts on this show - no disrespect meant by that.
Kind of hard to say that Clint Black has had his 15 minutes....
And then there were two.
I can't believe Joan is 75! I wish I had half her energy.
I'm not now a fan of Annie, nor have I ever been... yet I think she won the challenge fair and square.
In the end, however, she was unfairly denied the title.
She raised $400,000 over Joane's $100,000 but lost. She had more celebrities at her function than Joan, and lost. She had to overcome a handicap brought about by Joan, and still lost.
And why, when all season long being fired was the cost of losing a challenge, do they change the criteria for the last one?
And how come the guide here in the Denver DMA had The Celebrity Apprentice showing between 7PM and 10PM, but when our timer fired, we had missed an hour of the program?
What did I miss?