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(Daily Mail)   How bizarre is the new All-Star Celebrity Apprentice cast? Well, Dennis Rodman is the most normal contestant of the group   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 37
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2013-02-16 01:55:54 AM
The cast is bizarre for its mere existence.

Let us just take a moment, here, to realize where we stand. We are asking a dozen-plus celebrities to exist in a quantum state of being both employed and unemployed as they compete for a job that does not actually exist, offered by a man who has been kicked out of buildings that he built and that bear his own name; in fact, they are applying to be rehired/re-not-fired for this nonexistent job. One of these celebrities is trying to be rehired/unfired for the second time, and is only a celebrity in the first place because she had previously existed in the same limbo state while applying for a job that DID exist and was offered by the same man, and is now seeing if she has better luck when it no longer exists, even though she previously did not.

I think I just confused myself.
 
2013-02-16 02:00:22 AM
In other news, Trump asks all contestants to show their birth certificates.
 
2013-02-16 08:34:44 AM
There's a whole lot of who the fark cares.
 
2013-02-16 08:37:52 AM
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2013-02-16 08:50:15 AM
Lol, it's worth it to see Stephen Baldwin try to do an impression of Alec.
 
2013-02-16 09:04:24 AM

Gosling: The cast is bizarre for its mere existence.

Let us just take a moment, here, to realize where we stand. We are asking a dozen-plus celebrities to exist in a quantum state of being both employed and unemployed as they compete for a job that does not actually exist, offered by a man who has been kicked out of buildings that he built and that bear his own name; in fact, they are applying to be rehired/re-not-fired for this nonexistent job. One of these celebrities is trying to be rehired/unfired for the second time, and is only a celebrity in the first place because she had previously existed in the same limbo state while applying for a job that DID exist and was offered by the same man, and is now seeing if she has better luck when it no longer exists, even though she previously did not.

I think I just confused myself.


Aristocrat problems?
 
2013-02-16 09:10:55 AM
So is it Omorosa or Omarosa? Also, do the Daily Fail's readers even notice they've fired all their editors?

/not a DF reader
//unless directed there by FARK
 
2013-02-16 09:15:38 AM
Lisa Rinna must have an air valve behind that upper lip to maintain pressure. Reading TFA one finds Joan Rivers will be an advisor. She is a highly intelligent woman and should do well in that role.
 
2013-02-16 09:21:59 AM
Write comment here.
 
2013-02-16 09:32:23 AM
Dennis Rodman also won a version of the Mole.

This probably means less than nothing, but I really would rather have another Mole series.
 
2013-02-16 09:39:01 AM
When do they start using The Hunger Game rules?  I am not watching till they do.

/and yes Trump also has to compete
//money would be on Rodman
 
2013-02-16 10:03:15 AM
That show is still on the air?
 
2013-02-16 10:08:00 AM

TheZorker: Dennis Rodman also won a version of the Mole.

This probably means less than nothing, but I really would rather have another Mole series.


Damn, haven't thought about that one in years
 
2013-02-16 10:10:15 AM

WordsnCollision: So is it Omorosa or Omarosa? Also, do the Daily Fail's readers even notice they've fired all their editors?

/not a DF reader
//unless directed there by FARK


Pray for both of them
 
2013-02-16 10:11:47 AM

iron_city_ap: Gosling: The cast is bizarre for its mere existence.

Let us just take a moment, here, to realize where we stand. We are asking a dozen-plus celebrities to exist in a quantum state of being both employed and unemployed as they compete for a job that does not actually exist, offered by a man who has been kicked out of buildings that he built and that bear his own name; in fact, they are applying to be rehired/re-not-fired for this nonexistent job. One of these celebrities is trying to be rehired/unfired for the second time, and is only a celebrity in the first place because she had previously existed in the same limbo state while applying for a job that DID exist and was offered by the same man, and is now seeing if she has better luck when it no longer exists, even though she previously did not.

I think I just confused myself.

Aristocrat problems?


You forgot the part where Trump makes a big deal out of giving $20,000 to charity while being paid $3 million an episode.
 
2013-02-16 10:17:54 AM
The xxxxx Apprentice is just a freak show that people cannot seem to look away from. I haven't watched it in years but I know some who would not miss a second of it.

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2013-02-16 10:43:52 AM
The show is basically an hour long commercial for whatever product they're pitching.  That being said, I'll still watch.
 
2013-02-16 10:57:38 AM

homelessdude: The xxxxx Apprentice is just a freak show that people cannot seem to look away from. I haven't watched it in years but I know some who would not miss a second of it.

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We prefer the term pageant of the transmundane
 
2013-02-16 10:57:44 AM

YourOwnMedicine: Write comment here.


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2013-02-16 11:10:18 AM
Trade Atkins? Omarosa was the winner of season 1? I'm not an entertainment writer and I know that this is wrong.
 
2013-02-16 11:25:21 AM
Might watch it just for Penn Gilette. He is always worth watching, one podcast a week isnt enough.
 
2013-02-16 12:08:20 PM
Articles like this remind me how valuable and how missed are copy editors.
 
2013-02-16 12:09:56 PM

shut_it_down: Trade Atkins? Omarosa was the winner of season 1? I'm not an entertainment writer and I know that this is wrong.


Right? Bill Rancic was the Season 1 winner. Omarosa was a Season 2 contestant, and while she got a lot of attention, I'm pretty sure she didn't win.
 
2013-02-16 12:20:52 PM

TheZorker: Dennis Rodman also won a version of the Mole.

This probably means less than nothing, but I really would rather have another Mole series.


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2013-02-16 12:36:43 PM

Shenanigans!: shut_it_down: Trade Atkins? Omarosa was the winner of season 1? I'm not an entertainment writer and I know that this is wrong.

Right? Bill Rancic was the Season 1 winner. Omarosa was a Season 2 contestant, and while she got a lot of attention, I'm pretty sure she didn't win.


Omarosa was in Season 1, and placed 8th in a field of 16. She then appeared in Season 7, the first celebrity season, and placed 6th in a field of 14.
 
2013-02-16 12:51:08 PM

Gosling: Shenanigans!: shut_it_down: Trade Atkins? Omarosa was the winner of season 1? I'm not an entertainment writer and I know that this is wrong.

Right? Bill Rancic was the Season 1 winner. Omarosa was a Season 2 contestant, and while she got a lot of attention, I'm pretty sure she didn't win.

Omarosa was in Season 1, and placed 8th in a field of 16. She then appeared in Season 7, the first celebrity season, and placed 6th in a field of 14.


Sounds like a winner to me
 
2013-02-16 01:33:13 PM

hetheeme: Might watch it just for Penn Gilette. He is always worth watching, one podcast a week isnt enough.


Let me guess, you also think that MythBusters is educational...
 
2013-02-16 01:52:49 PM
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2013-02-16 02:12:19 PM
This show still exists?
 
2013-02-16 02:49:11 PM

assjuice: hetheeme: Might watch it just for Penn Gilette. He is always worth watching, one podcast a week isnt enough.

Let me guess, you also think that MythBusters is educational...


Have you been to the Double Down in Vegas?  Also, what's wrong with Penn?
 
2013-02-16 02:58:54 PM
Latoyah Jackson looks nothing other than everyones nightmare
 
2013-02-16 04:36:21 PM
I will have to respectfully disagree with the headline.  The only person who out-crazies Dennis Rodman on that show is Gary Busy.  Either way it's a trainwreck.
 
2013-02-16 05:17:52 PM
Since Donald Trump wants to be douchey and sue-happy, someone should sue him for false-advertising. This is definitely not "all-star".
 
2013-02-16 08:49:14 PM
Penn wrote a pretty scathing critique of Trump, his fellow contestants, and the show itself. I'm pretty surprised that they invited him back and that he accepted their offer.
 
2013-02-17 05:31:25 AM

Atomic Spunk: Penn wrote a pretty scathing critique of Trump, his fellow contestants, and the show itself. I'm pretty surprised that they invited him back and that he accepted their offer.


A libertarian loon with a partner who hasn't spoken a word in 35 years calling someone a "wackjob" should be taken with a grain of salt.
 
2013-02-17 03:15:26 PM
Along with the Omarosa error, the article completely omits Bret Michaels except in pictures.  He's the only former winner coming back to compete again.  The other winners are judges.  Also it seems Arsenio is judging even though he lost last time around.
 
2013-02-18 12:13:16 PM
Arsenio beat Clay Aiken last season even though Clay raised more money.
 
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