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The Apprentice Series 7, BBC One/ You're Fired, BBC Two | reviews, news & interviews

The Apprentice Series 7, BBC One/ You're Fired, BBC Two

The Apprentice Series 7, BBC One/ You're Fired, BBC Two

Raise a glass to the return of Lord Sugar's reality show

Lord Sugar with his 'eyes and ears' Karren Brady and Nick Hewer

Oh joy upon joys, as The Apprentice returns. Those of you who watch while playing a drinking game in which you imbibe every time a cliché or preposterous, bombastic or ridiculously inflated statement is uttered will have to check in your livers again sometime soon, but I’m delighted to say that this new series allows another permutation of the game - have a glug every time you can spot the person who has watched every second of the previous six series but Hasn’t Learnt a Damned Thing.

Oh joy upon joys, as The Apprentice returns. Those of you who watch while playing a drinking game in which you imbibe every time a cliché or preposterous, bombastic or ridiculously inflated statement is uttered will have to check in your livers again sometime soon, but I’m delighted to say that this new series allows another permutation of the game - have a glug every time you can spot the person who has watched every second of the previous six series but Hasn’t Learnt a Damned Thing.

‘Melody didn’t say what they taught her, but I’m guessing they tutored her in bullshit, balls and utter bollocks

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Even better, I think she said she was taught by "Al Gore, Desmond Tutu and Dalai Lama", like Dalai was his first name.

And she also came up with "Don't tell me the sky's the limit when there are footprints on the moon." Do you think Dalai taught her that one?

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