Celebrity Apprentice - 3/22/09  » TV  »
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  • The show was interesting enough, but I really have issues with Dennis Rodman being allowed to continue

    • by Orrymain
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      I’ve asked it before and I’ll ask it again. What the heck is Dennis Rodman doing on Celebrity Apprentice? If I didn’t know before that the man is a self-absorbed idiot, I do now. His confrontation with Clint Black was childish; except it was also dangerous. What if the much taller and stockier Rodman *had* hit the country music singer?

      Rodman’s attack was completely unprovoked. It came out of nowhere. A very glossed over comment actually indicated Rodman may have been on drugs at the time. I don’t doubt it. What he did is exactly the stuff that lawsuits are made of.

      Rodman is a jerk, and he’s no one to be praised.


      That Donald Trump continues to praise this man is insulting to those of us watching this show. Trump, watch the tapes and take some action for a change. Rodman needs to be ousted and fast. He doesn’t care about the cause; he just cares about himself. Of course, this is all taped, so it’s impossible for any real action, but Trump should stand up for a change when these shows are filmed. He knows what is going on. It was irresponsible of him to let Rodman continue.

      With Rodman walking away for most of the task, the guys were able to work together and win their first challenge. However, it wasn’t as smooth ...


      • as it might seem. Brian McKnight showed his own ego in this show, not even asking Black’s advise on anything, in spite of the fact that the task was resulting in a musical number. In fact, McKnight more or less put down Black and his country music during a private commentary. It did nothing to make me like the entertainer, no matter how talented he is.

        As for the women, there’s nothing like a loss to bring on a good cat fight, and that’s exactly what happened. Of course, Joan Rivers leaped to her daughter’s defense, even though she wasn’t even there for the main part of the task, all the while saying she wasn’t defending

        Melissa just because she was her daughter. Oh, yes, she was. Her facial reaction was immediate to her daughter’s criticism, and she was even holding or tapping Melissa’s hand at one point. Utlimately, it was Claudia Jordan who was fired.

        The show was interesting enough, but I really have issues with Dennis Rodman being allowed to continue. What the two-hour presentation showed was how small a man Rodman is and how big in stature Black is. It was Black who threw out the olive branch to Rodman when he returned, and Black hadn’t done anything wrong. It’s a tale of good and evil, and there’s no ambiguity over who is good and who is evil here.




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