April 24, 2006

"There will be blood on the walls. There will be #&!*ing blood everywhere."

Allie does not want to lose on tonight's "Apprentice." She gets over-the-top fierce planning how she's going to destroy Andrea in the Boardroom. And, in fact, Andrea is destroyed in the Boardroom, but the blood isn't visible. The destruction is accomplished through clearly spoken support (for Allie) from the other team-members, especially Roxanne, who never seems the slightest bit vicious. So that's how blood is done well these days.

5 comments:

tiggeril said...

I was expecting Andrea to put up more of a fight. Allie was more responsible for this loss, but I'm not exactly torn up by Andrea's leaving. She's not someone who would be happy in a corporate environment, especially since the Trump Jobs tend to be PR positions for projects.

Scott said...

Ann I am sorry if I am co-opting your blog, but I would feel bad If I didn't post this call for help... http://bamapachyderm.com/archives/2006/04/24/help-save-andrea-clark/

SteveR said...

Roxanne, who was disrespected weeks earlier by Andrea, did not get mad, she got even. Allie was not impressive as PM, jeez getting up early to nab the best spot for sales seemed like a no brainer sales strategy, but Andrea had been consistently hard to work with.

Ricardo said...

I missed the last few episodes, but I caught it last night. Was this the first time that Trump's son was on? It was interesting how Ivanka tried to sink Allie, and Donald's son also seeemed very aggressive in his comments. The Trump kids seem more proactive in (1) picking favorites and (2) trying to influence outcomes, than the other people who usually sit on The Donald's side of the table.

PatCA said...

I thought she was rather...overboard. I'm sure it will come back to bite her. Live by the sword, die by the sword.