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October 14, 2005



I think what Trump did was entirely within the rules. If I'm not mistake, the first rule of The Apprentice is that The Donald makes the rules!

On a more serious note, though, I think it was crystal clear that Toral was coming back into the boardroom. I know where you're coming from, but this is one of those cases in which summary justice didn't bother me at all. And wow, was it ever satisfying! Even in the taxi after just having been handed her head, she just didn't get it. Amazing.


I have to say I have absolutely no problem with The Donald & Martha bending the rules. Sure it's a TV show but it's all under the premise of being a job interview. If someone goes out of their way to be a PITA, which I belive Toral did in the end, he's well within his rights to not even bother with the showdown segment. It's his show, afterall. We all know that the person who ends up the apprentice doesn't get a real job (except maybe that real estate developer chick from last season - Kendra What's her face - since her "job" is quite similiar to what she had done before). But oh well...

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