You know, it always bugs me in the Apprentice when one person is trying to make their point, and "The Live Wire" keeps interrupting them, interrupting The Boss, not letting them get a word in edgewise, and The Boss fires them for "not being able to handle them."
We have poor Jennifer being fired today for not "handling Jim" in the Boardroom. How could she? She could make a big point and Jim would make some sort of inane comment. She says he's practically a nut (which Martha agrees), and he says "Oh, so now she's a lawyer and a psychologist", interrupting her. Every word she says, he interrupts with an inane comment. Would any actual boss accept that from employees? Hell no!
But now we have Jennifer going. But this isn't the first time, we had Andy being fired by The Donald for being "out-debated" (and I use that term loosely) in the boardroom by two screaming lunatics that started yelling hysterically whenever he tried to make a single cogent point - and The Donald fires him rather than telling them to let him make his point.
But you know - I think The Donald would have fired Jim. Not for being a live wire, but for calling it a game. Trump "acts" more seriously (re: the "job interview" part) than Martha seems to, her words about how "Serious this is for Martha Stewart Living" just seemed phony and forced to me) and he wouldn't accept people calling it "the game."