The Apprentice 2012 – Third Episode Today – Week Three
by The British Asian Blog
Week One said good bye to – Bilyana Apostolova – Bulgarian block of flats – Watch her audition here
Week Two said good bye to – Sleepy Maria O’Conner – Watch her audition here
The last episode (week two) was a good challenge. The Boy’s team Phoenix and the Girl’s team Sterling went head to head to design a new house hold gadget. Team Phoenix won the challenge by creating an echo bin for the kitchen or a compost bin. Team Sterling, as usual, were pretty much all over the place. Their invention was something called Splish Splosh for the bathroom when given kids a bath – it was simply a screen to protect the water from splashing everywhere. It failed and so did the tem. In the end, sleepy Maria lacked ambition and enthusiasm which made her lazy and sleepy (if you watched this episode you’ll know what I mean) and Lord Alan Sugar fired her.
Team Sterling were lucky to have one out of three fired, as it seemed at the time that Lord Alan Sugar was prepared to fire two people or even the three of them – that’s how poor their performance was.
Team Phoenix had their fair share of problems too. Project Manager Azhar made a good decision to keep with their idea of echo kitchen bin, despite growing opposition from their sub group – who had other ideas. In the end, the boys decided to praise Duane who came up with the idea as opposed to the Project Manager Azhar who managed the team and produced a win. This was indeed an embarrassing moment for Azhar who was laughed at when he decided to correct the boys and make them aware that the win came about not just with the product but with this management.
Today’s episode will see, both team mix for the first time. The task is for both teams to ‘create’ and ‘market’ a new condiment brand. This will be time when both teams will need to put their creative culinary skills to the test in the kitchen.
Having the benefit of watching the last two episodes, I’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect. Considering this task is more natural to the girl’s team – as it includes cooking. I strongly believe the girl’s team (or whichever team has majority girls) will come through this and win.
What do you think?
Anyway, I’d like to leave you with a video below of some funny bits on the last episode. See you all tonight at 9pm on BBC One.