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The concept is simple. Real estate magnate Trump selects 16 players from business applicants across the nation. The grand prize? A $250,000-a-year job running one of his companies. As in producer Mark Burnett's Survivor, the contestants are then sent to an island--the island of Manhattan. In the first episode, they're introduced, then divided into two teams: the men (Versacorp) versus the women (Protégé). From this point on, they will compete in a variety of business-related challenges. The parallels to Survivor are clear, but brains will be more important than brawn--although charisma never hurts. The challenges include selling a product, managing a restaurant, and devising an advertising campaign.
At the end of each episode, the losing team is sent to the boardroom, where they meet with Trump and advisors Carolyn and George. The person considered most responsible for the loss gets to hear the immortal words: "You're fired." Although there can only be one winner, several stars would emerge during the first season: unctuous Sam, plainspoken Nick, sassy Heidi, and abrasive Omarosa. Various celebrities would also make guest appearances, such as Isaac Mizrahi, Regis Philbin, and Jessica Simpson. The success of The Apprentice would inspire a second season, as well as a host of imitators and spoofs, like Billionaire with Richard Branson and The Assistant with Andy Dick. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
As far as reality shows go, this is a pretty good one.
Great addictive show, with Donald Trump winnowing down 16 competitors to one, who will work for him and learn important business advice.
You want to buy this, take it from someone who stayed up every Thursday night to watch this, and I never missed an episode.
I love love love to HATE Omarosa!!! it was a great watch wish the other seasons were available I would buy them tooPublished 6 months ago by badbunnies
A group of smart people aspire to get a job with The Donald. Like Survivor but without the dirt and hunger. Fun.Published 6 months ago by ellison
Inspirational and good entertainment for the business minded, especially the trips to the board room. I you don't know you will become very aware of the value of a good team.Published 9 months ago by Rough Luxury
It's amazing what Donald Trump let Kwame Jackson, the Apprentice season 1 runner-up, get away with. As project manager, he lost two times. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Anti-Hipster
I liked a lot this dvd. It gives you many advices of success in business and life.
The sound and the images are clear. I fully recommend it.