Round three of The Apprentice: LA opened up as usual, with the aftermath of the previous week's boardroom results. This time, after Carey's dismissal, the focus seemed to be on Michelle: her philosophy on the team and alternately, everyone's dislike of her. Most interesting is the scene where Tim (I think it was Tim, please correct me if I'm wrong, since it's hard to make out who's doing what in the shadowy Blair Witch Project-like atmosphere of "tent city") is complaining to Nicole about just how much he can't stand Michelle. And that he is feeling cold just saying her name, you know, because she is so ... chilly. Brr! Meanwhile, the kids of Kinetic Corp. are snug in their beds, with visions of Trumpness dancing in their heads. This basically sums up the rest of this week's episode, Michelle and the disparity between the "haves and the have-nots". So much so that even some of the Apprentice-wannabes say this exact phrase in their one-on-one time with the camera. This is fine, but is sort of pushing the believability of the show even more as it was almost as if The Donald had provided them each with cue cards. Even so, I felt like this was the best episode so far of the season, as we got to see a little bit more of the process behind the task.