I like the idea of a "non-human" (like the Pepsi "Play for a Billion" Monkey) being the boss, but I think that the firings are only quasi-random, so there has to be some other factor involved.
I like the idea of a Rupert or Clinton as the boss, but it doesn't fit with the overall image of the show. Who would ever complain about working for one of those two? The show is set up for a real shock ending...
I like the idea of "The Man" being female (i.e. Amorosa), an homage to the first/second season of Alias... But there aren't many "shocking" females that I can think of.
In fact, there's only one human I can think of who would qualify as sufficiently famous to be instantly recognizable but winning a job to work for would be truly embarassing and shocking:
That's my guess.
They have a "who's the boss" poll up at fox.com. Here are the choices:
Steven Bailey (The Big Fat Obnoxious FiancÚ)
I'd actually get a big kick out of seeing Steve again. :lol
I'm still holding out for Tony Danza ... but if it is one of the listed, I'll go for MBFOF Steve. I'd like to see how he's doing nowadays. :)
Originally Posted by Seadog
I think we can then safely assume that the Boss is neither, Ivana Trump, Steven Bailey or Martha Stewart.
We may never know who the boss is..........
I think I heard somewhere that Ivana Trump was going to be getting her own show atr some point, but I thought it was going to be a talk show or something.
Still, if someone said they know a guy who knows a guy whose uncle worked for the camera operator's son, then it's probably true (ie: it's a chimp).
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