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The Apprentice is a television programme, first aired in the UK in 2005. It is derived from the original United States version of the show with the same name and stars Sir Alan Sugar instead of Donald Trump who stars in the US original.
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A bunch of women
Anything else you've got to say chaps?
As you know
You've got a big task on your hands coming up
Buying is one of the most important things
I'm going to try something very very different
I'm really angry
I'm very concerned about you being a bit weak
Is that right?
I've booked two tables, I'm going there with my family
I've heard nothing from you
I wanna know why
I want one of you
I want one of you
Lets get to the calculations then, do 'em
Move over to the boys team
Move over to the girls team
Not a good answer
Now I've arranged for you, two marquees in pole position
Off you go
One of you is going to get fired
On top of that, you've got five men you've gotta organise
Piss my money up the wall
Quite frankly, I'd like to get rid of the bleeding three of you
Run the girls team
That's a first
That's a first chaps
That's what its all about
That team that doesn't is going to lose, and in that losing team, one of you will get fired
The team that makes the most amount of profit is going to win
This was a flawed project
This week there is the Thames festival
To put themselves forward
To put yourself forward
To run the boys team
We'll be dealing with that later
What about you
What do you feel?
What I'm gonna do
What it is
When did the penny drop, it seems it still hasn't bloody dropped, when did the penny drop?
Why should I keep you here
You're a lightweight
You're fired (2)
You said you wanted to prove to me that you could be a team leader
You spoke up for yourself
You think you've done a good job?
You've got your chance now
The Apprentice is a television programme, first aired in the UK in 2005. It is derived from the original United States version of the show with the same name and stars Sir Alan Sugar instead of Donald Trump who stars in the US original. Make money working from home.
The first series aired in 2005; it ran for twelve episodes and was produced by the BBC and shown on BBC TWO in the United Kingdom on Wednesday nights at 9:00pm. As of February 2006, a second series is currently being broadcast in the same timeslot.
An e-book describing the first series has been published.
* 1 The Boss
* 2 The Board
o 2.1 Nick Hewer
o 2.2 Margaret Mountford
* 3 Series One
* 4 Series Two
* 5 Quotes
* 6 External links
In both series produced to date, Sir Alan Sugar has taken the role as the boss. Sir Alan is portrayed as responsible for every firing and hiring, and as the designer of the teams' tasks each week.
Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford are the two members of the Board in The Apprentice. along with the boss Sir Alan Sugar. Nick and Margaret were also Sir Alan's advisers and follow each team every week during their tasks.
Nick Hewer is a former Public Relations Officer. He first came across Sir Alan when his company was chosen to represent Amstrad in 1983.
Nickís role was as a PR manager, working with the media and press. He also became an integral part of Amstradís company management.
Margaret Mountford has worked with Sir Alan Sugar for over 20 years, as one of his main advisors.
A former solicitor, she met Sir Alan while doing his legal work for Amstradís flotation on the Stock Exchange. She retired in 1999 and started at Amstrad as a non-executive Director.
Main article: The Apprentice (UK series 1)
The first series of the UK's version of The Apprentice television programme aired in 2005. It lasted for twelve episodes and was produced by the BBC and shown on BBC TWO in the United Kingdom on Wednesday nights at 9:00pm.
Main article: The Apprentice (UK series 2)
The second series of The Apprentice began airing on 22nd February 2006, on BBC Two. Sir Alan Sugar continues to serve as the boss where he assigns the teams specifically designed tasks. Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford also return as Sugar's advisers and observe the teams in action.
Sir Alan Sugar: "You're fired."
Sir Alan Sugar: "You seem to have gone from anchor to wanker."
Sir Alan Sugar: "I just don't know whether you're some sort of nutter."
Sir Alan Sugar: "Never ever try to under-estimate me because you will be making a fatal, fatal error. I don't like liars, I don't like cheats. I don't like bullshitters, I don't like schmoozers, I don't like arse-lickers."
Sir Alan Sugar: "Fair? The only fair you're gonna get is your bloody train fare!"
Sir Alan Sugar: "My Style is Dry Biscuit!"