The Celebrity Apprentice 3/4
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|Mon, 03-05-2012 - 8:41am|
Sometimes I feel like "The Celebrity Apprentice" is an innately sexist show, pitting the men against the women -- can you really think of no other way to divide the teams, Mr. Trump? -- and then planning tasks that are more often than not geared more toward one sex (sandwich making notwithstanding). Or maybe I just have a bad taste in my mouth about George Takei being fired tonight in a task that in my opinion totally wasn't a fair fight. We'll get to that in a minute.
First off, the challenge: Design two Lord & Taylor window displays for Ivanka Trump's new clothing and accessories line.
After looking back and forth between their two openly gay teammates, George and Clay Aiken, the men settle on George as their project manager (the ever politically correct Adam Carolla outlined the three reasons why George was picked: 1) he's gay, 2) he's gay and 3) he's gay -- wonder what Kirk Cameron would think ...). Teresa Giudice and Dayana Mendoza are on deck for the women's team -- Teresa because she says her background is in table flipping fashion and Dayana because she's a model. Debbie Gibson puts a table-flipping target on her back by picking Dayana, and Teresa surprisingly -- for anyone who's seen "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" -- maintains her cool.