I would assume Andrea has dressier clothes as she wore some on the Apprentice, but what she was wearing was not addressed.
Here are my few pictures:
My Mum and I after the show.
The theatre from the outside
The sign close up
Last edited by JLuvs; 06-06-2006 at 01:07 PM.
Whenever you see darkness, there is extraordinary opportunity for the light to burn brighter.
The Apprentice Live finale never fails to be the biggest let down in reality television. Trump grandstanding live is just an embarrassment, and we never get to see what we really want, the contestants getting grilled about the ridiculous decisions they made on their final task.
What they should do, is a prerecorded board room finale (they could record it the day before airing, and edit it down to an hour or two), only involving Trump, the competing contestants, the fired contestants, George, Carolyn, Bill, Ivanka, Don Jr. and perhaps some of the clients that they worked on tasks for. Put these two candidates in the hot seat, and force them to answer for EVERY mistake they made during the interview process. Then let everyone involved SERIOUSLY weigh in on their strengths and weaknesses. (Jeez, they show us more about the decision making process on America's Next Top Model than they do here!) Trump can still withhold his decision until the next day, where he can then name his Apprentice on live television, if he really feels the need to do so.
I want to see these guys sweat it out. Every season the final contestants make serious errors on their final tasks, and very rarely do we ever get to see them answer for that. While I am sure it was entertaining for JLuvs to attend te live show, it just ends up being so unsatisfying to the television viewer.
That being said, I did enjoy Sean's "Austin Powerslike" reaction to winning. "Yeah, Baby!!!!"
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I seem to remember the 20 pages of post-finale discussion last season was primarily about Randall telling Trump NOT to hire Rebecca, and not about the finale itself...or the timing. Trump even said yesterday, I'd like to hire both of you, but "that's not how it works."
If Trump thinks age and experience is so important, why does he even bother to have the younger candidates on the show if he knows he will never hire them? It is a waste of his time and ours to watch someone advance on the show that would never have a chance at becoming the next Apprentice. Why not give that slot to someone who does stand a chance?
OK, I admit I only watched last night to catch a glimpse of Denis Leary, and to nourish a faint hope he might go off on Lee, but sadly, I was disappointed. That would have been entertaining, but instead all we got was Jamie whatshername, who proved to the world that playing Earl's white trash beyotch of an ex-wife is not a stretch for her acting skills. Art imitating life, indeed. I thought that My Name is Earl was a hit? You'd think she could afford a pair of contact lenses.
A lousy season, and the only good thing about Sean winning was that it meant Lee did not. At least Sean has a bit of pizzazz and is not quite so much a robot in a suit as some of the other Apprenti *coughBillcoughKellycough*
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I am so glad Sean won (although I think it was a given). I haven't watched it yet (have it on tape). I too hope he gets the girl.