This week, I couldn't recap SmackDown! for an important reason. You see, as part of a final exam in Psychology class, we have to write a report on this week's "The Apprentice". So, I left SmackDown! in the custody of my VCR and watched The Apprentice.
And took notes.
Before long, I ended up having a Great Thomas-style recap of The Apprentice hastily typed on my computer screen, so I might as well share it with you guys.
Please note that I've posted two versions: The original rough draft, and the revised product that I plan to re-revise later.
Now, the people on this show talk 3 times faster than most wrestlers take to cut promos, so please understand that I had to take some shortcuts to get everything written down. As a result, the rough draft is CHOCK FULL of typos, grammatical errors, and leetspeek. You've been warned.
And now, without further ado, it's time for The Great Thomas "The Apprentice" Report!
Good recap. Selling candy for $5 a bar is only a good strategy if you can get away with it.
This show is looking more like a parady of My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss show. I hope fox didn't cancel it yet. One episode they make the women dress in bikinis. Then they asked the guys, "If the women are using sex to sell, why can't you guys do the same. You can sell to gay men."
I thought 'Joey' was pretty entertaining and not anything close to the horror that its critics claim it to be. It was a fun, inoffensive 22 minutes of comedy --- a solid B- in every episode, like Friends was over its last few seasons.