WORLD'S SECOND FIRED APPRENTICE
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Who was the second Apprentice to be fired?
You have to know that when a
television episode is called ‘Sex, Lies, and Attitude,’ that it is going to be
one full hour of drama, drama, drama, and it’s no different when you’re
referring to the first season of The Apprentice. Of course in this show, which
became an overnight sensation, Donald Trump seeks out the top professionals in
the country in order to put them through a rigorous interview process, which
includes not only fulfilling weekly challenges but also having to face The
Donald and the rest of their teammates in the boardroom.
In the second week, Donald gave the two teams,
Protégé and Versacorp, the challenge of designing a marketing campaign for
Marquis Jet Card, a private jet service. Protégé was a team consisting of all
women and Amy was chosen as the Project Manager for the week. The girls put
together a very sexy campaign filled with sleek images and they presented it to
the owner wearing flight attendant uniforms. After the owners loved the
campaign, Versacorp, a team consisting of all men, had their work cut out for
them if they wanted to woo the owners as much as the women had. Jason was chosen
to lead the men as Project Manager and under his direction, Versacorp built a
standard campaign that showed how easy it was to use the service and how
comfortable it was to fly this way. The owners were hardly as impressed and the
women won hands-down. When the men were forced to the boardroom, Donald Trump
was most surprised that Jason didn’t have his team meet with the corporation’s
executives to find out what they wanted in their campaign. At the end of a very
heated boardroom session, Jason Curtis was the second apprentice to be fired
from the show.
There was more action in this particular episode.
Omarosa, who has since made her name as being one of TV’s top villains, got into
an argument with another member of her team after she thought she heard a racial
slur made in her direction. But the men would not hide in their shadows, they
had their own drama going on as everyone was angry with Sam for taking a nap
during the time that they were supposed to be preparing the campaign. The
episode aired on January 15, 2004 and it was also the first time on the show
that the words “Project Manager” appeared under the PM’s name.
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