So the only reason I'm sad to see the back of Vincent Dinosaur (or whatever it is) is because his is the only name I could actually remember.
The fact that he works in the channel in some capacity is by the by.
I am determined to watch this series of The Apprentice - even though I find them the most nauseating bunch of people I have ever had to watch.
Vincent was left in the boardroom along with Northern lass and brown hair, after their 'Everydog' dog food went down like a cup of cold sick with the advertisers.
Appealing to a mass market with a generic dog food was 'professional' suicide for Vincent - who was project manager for the task.
Anyone with an ounce of common sense would know that pet owners think their pet is unique and should be treated that way, rather than thrown into a general mix.
His love for 'Irish guy' who really should have been in the boardroom , meant he was spared the pointy finger treatment - despite coming up with the terrible brand name and trying to claim the glory (truly a spectacular moment).
But the thing that struck me about Vincent was his total arrogance around women. He just didn't seem interested in a single thing any of the women had to say.
Fair enough - not a single one of them had anything interesting to say - but if I worked with someone like that I would not be able to resist delivering the odd dry slap. And HR proceedings be damned.
The fact he brought two of the women into the boardroom with him said it all. One of which (brown hair) had actually done fairly well on her particular task and definitely didn't deserve to be facing the finger.
Vincent definitely needs to go on a course to update his people skills. Maybe join a dating site to get some experience with the opposite sex?
So now we are left with a bunch of people whose names totally escape me.
I wonder which one will scoop the prize? And more importantly - will anyone actually remember the winner's name after 24 hours?
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