Celebrity Apprentice – The Control Freak V The Hands Off
“You’re a has been” said Didier Cohen, and smackdown by Warwick Capper when he responded and said “ You’re a never been.” Didier’s not insubstantial jaw hit the floor.
Warwick was back as a super sub to replace Lisa Curry on the girls team. Not a bad way to avoid elimination if you can get the producers to agree to it. Clearly the producers wanted to bring back Capper as he is guaranteed to give good TV. Deni would have sulked, and Polly would have done the job just not with the Capper flare nor his range of Ed Hardy t-shirts.
The challenge for tonight was for both teams to put on a spring fashion parade that would best fit with what the editor of Grazia magazine, Kellie Hush, would put in the magazine.
Pauline Hanson was project manager,for the girls and immediately shifted all responsibility to Jesinta Campbell. I must say if Pauline is planning on staging a political comeback she is not showing great leadership qualities. Jason Coleman on the other hand was a complete control freak and kept on repeating he had put on 464 shows this year. But Jason you are only as good as your last show.
Max also said seems to be genuflecting, he previously said he was bombastic but now he was listening. Or was he just putting a spin on it because he had been sidelined?
Ita Buttrose was a special guest to assist the teams with their shopping. Pauline Hanson had a major fan moment.
Ita was concerned that Jason was not listening to any advice and because he was a big shopper he thought he had it under control.
Conversely Pauline did not have any input at all and as Julia Morris quipped “I’m going to be project manager if it all I have to do is get my hair and nails done and walk up the catwalk”.
Pauline on the morning of the show as not happy with her orange shoes they had picked her for. “Orange and red do not go together” she whined whilst having a prima donna moment.
Meanwhile Didier got his own back on Warwick when he wrote down the models he didn’t want on a piece of paper which Warwick copied, therefore Didier got all the models he wanted. Warwick is not real bright. Also I noticed the girls had written Warwick’s name on the order board as “Warrick”…
The judging panel were for the parade was Shelly Horton, fashion editor of the Sun-Herald, Kellie Hush and Emma Reed of Grazia and of course Ita Buttrose. Shelly thought Didier Cohen’s assets were not showcased enough, she would have liked to have seen a bit more skin. Maybe she needs to make the “naked” photo of the boys they did for the art show as her screen saver. However Shelly definitely gave the panel some energy.
The girls parade went for a straight fashion parade with a Palm Beach theme, and the boys was more theatrical with a spring racing carnival theme.
Deborah Thomas nailed it when she said Shane Crawford is smoking and should be dressed in something other than a jockey outfit.
It was all love in the air once the task had been completed however this changed as soon as they got into the board room. Pauline said if they lost it would be Jesinta’s would be fault. However Jesinta and Julia hit back saying the Pauline really had not taken any responsibility with the challenge.
Jason Coleman was clearly feeling confident about the win as he didn’t lay the groundwork for knifing a team member. He said even though Didier had made a mistake he was still very good in the challenge, and admitted to giving Max Markson no responsibility.
When it was announced they were the losing team, you could metaphorically see the noose tightening around Jason’s neck. I will be very surprised if he is not fired.