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Anyone see the apprentice earlier tonight? They're usually pretty dumb but this was unbelievable, how long does it take to clean a car? I'm sure a lot of us on here would be able to clean a car single-handedly better and quicker than those guys did as a group! :lol:

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I love The Apprentice !

I reckon that if a team had decided just to go on a shoe-shining mission, they'd have made loads more money. They could have sent a couple of them to several big London stations, had little up-front costs and potentially made almost pure profit.

They really were muppets at the car cleaning. Had to laugh at wanting to charge £100 just to clean one car (albeit a big one !).

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Yeah I was really surprised at the turnover from the shoe shining, didn't think many people would take up something like that nowadays but it was impressive.

And yes, I loved the way they walked in offering them a 'deal' at £300 to wash the three hummers - I was p :tsktsk: ing myself at that, and then also when they got the guy from the dealership to tell them how to set up the pressure washer.......... :lol:

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The thing is, would anyone want their car cleaned by them?? :o

Can't believe that classic car dealer let them do his first three cars - I'd have been petrified!!

Yep I was thinking the same thing, when they started cleaning the GT500 I was actually in pain!

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lol could'nt stop laughing at the guys attempt to wash a car ! pressure washer and a open door?? how stupid is that?

196 pounds well done we under budget, thats just stupid.

would anyone else want to go on apprentice on here?? i always slaughter them, but wont mind having myself

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I can only assume that the guys with the expensive cars only let them have a go after assurances from the BBC's producers that they were insured and if they were damaged the BBC would pay for it !

I also laughed when Anita said at the end that she thinks Sir Alan doesn't like lawyers (just because she's a lawyer). Isn't Margaret (one of his sidekicks) a lawyer ?!

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I also laughed when Anita said at the end that she thinks Sir Alan doesn't like lawyers (just because she's a lawyer). Isn't Margaret (one of his sidekicks) a lawyer ?!

I laughed even harder when she said that she wouldn't be surprised if sir alan would look back in 10 years and regret that he made the wrong decision :lol:

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The thing I always find cringeworthy are the rubbish each of the candidates say at the start of the the first episode to introduce themselves. I suppose they have to make an impact but I still remember a few of them that make me cringe such as:

"Words are my tool" - Rauff (last year)

"I was the best sales woman in Europe" - Irish girl from last year

"I was born to do great things" - Maj (this year)

"I love the sound of my own voice" - That teacher bloke from this year.

How embarrising!!

My favourite candiates still are/were Saeed because of this arrogance and fact that he thought he was a wheeler dealer and that agressive Asian guy that just kept arguing with everyone and anything from the year before last.

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