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Old 12-01-2005, 01:11 AM   #1
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Default Next 'Apprentice' to be shot in Calif.

Maybe I'm biased because I'm from NYC, but I'm unsure if I'm going to enjoy the show as much as I do now when they shoot it in California. NYC is such a big part of the show I'm gonna miss it. What are they gonna do, instead of having people ride away in the taxi they'll be rollerblading off the show?

Anyway, it says the sixth season, so if I'm not mistaken the current one is season 4, so it'll be the Apprentice after the next one.


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump is leaving New York to fire people on the West Coast. NBC announced Tuesday that The Apprentice has been picked up for a sixth season and will be shot in Southern California.


The New York-based Trump will continue to star in the reality show, in which candidates compete for a job with the real estate mogul.

"Donald has so many recent West Coast projects, that it made perfect sense to change locations," the show's creator Mark Burnett said in a statement.

Among Trump's California holdings is the Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles in Rancho Palos Verdes.
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Maybe I'm biased because I'm from NYC, but I'm unsure if I'm going to enjoy the show as much as I do now when they shoot it in California. NYC is such a big part of the show I'm gonna miss it. What are they gonna do, instead of having people ride away in the taxi they'll be rollerblading off the show?

Anyway, it says the sixth season, so if I'm not mistaken the current one is season 4, so it'll be the Apprentice after the next one.


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump is leaving New York to fire people on the West Coast. NBC announced Tuesday that The Apprentice has been picked up for a sixth season and will be shot in Southern California.


The New York-based Trump will continue to star in the reality show, in which candidates compete for a job with the real estate mogul.

"Donald has so many recent West Coast projects, that it made perfect sense to change locations," the show's creator Mark Burnett said in a statement.

Among Trump's California holdings is the Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles in Rancho Palos Verdes.
Rollerblading???? only if they happen to be in Venice, CA. other than that, it will be limos or SUV's, typical Southern Cali style (I am from Calif. YEAH!!!!!! CALI)
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I agree, I prefer NYC too. I looove NYC, so I like seeing it every week and whats going on.
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I agree with you Vashti, Trump is from New York, this where he made his fortune, it won't be the same anywhere else.
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I wonder if it will be in LA
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That's gonna be horrible. The ratings are gonna drop soo much.
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I thought they were gonna shoot it in NORTHERN California.
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Trump fires up new L.A. 'Apprentice'
Thursday, January 4th, 2007

"The Apprentice." Sunday night at 9:30, NBC.

Donald Trump heads west for the sixth cycle of NBC's "The Apprentice," taking his show on the road and relocating it in Los Angeles with a new setting, new boardroom assistants and enough changes to shake up the show's now-familiar structure.

The personnel changes are obvious as soon as the show's expanded 90-minute opener gets underway Sunday night at 9:30. Carolyn Kepcher is indeed gone (dismissed by Trump between seasons), and affable George Ross is a start-of-season no-show. Instead, we have Trump's impressive, no-nonsense daughter Ivanka keeping an eye on the two teams as they go about their tasks.

Helping Ivanka and dad evaluate the losing team in the boardroom this season (one major change this year) is the project manager from the winning team. He or she not only sits in the catbird seat next to Trump, but holds that seat, and title of project manager, until losing.

An "Apprentice" equivalent of "Jeopardy!" winner Ken Jennings could run the table, and never leave it.

Another big change is that while the winning team (first task: holding a car wash) can kick back and relax in a glamorous L.A. mansion, the losers have to sleep on the mansion grounds, with communal tent, portable toilets and outdoor showers. Needless to say, they are not happy campers.

The latest batch of 16 contestants, for the most part, is less noteworthy for displaying managerial skills than for having little command of basic grammar.

One contestant speaks of being concerned "If I got blew away by a landslide," and he's one of the more coherent ones.

When playing this game, there's a difference between being in tents and being intense, and what's so entertaining about "The Apprentice," as always, is how quickly contestants stumble over one another to expose their worst traits.

Pitching bad ideas, wasting time on fools' errands, being abrasively obnoxious and combative, falling in love with the sound of their own voice - watching "The Apprentice" is a crash course in what not to do on a job interview, or in a competitive job situation.

Donald Trump this season seems to be speaking even more deliberately than usual, sprinkling each sentence with long pauses, like the tycoon equivalent of William Shatner from "Star Trek." But he also seems to be suffering fools less gladly, and this batch has more than its share of fools rushing in.

For viewers of "The Apprentice," that's an encouraging sign.
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Trump fires up new L.A. 'Apprentice'
Thursday, January 4th, 2007

"The Apprentice." Sunday night at 9:30, NBC.

Donald Trump heads west for the sixth cycle of NBC's "The Apprentice," taking his show on the road and relocating it in Los Angeles with a new setting, new boardroom assistants and enough changes to shake up the show's now-familiar structure.

The personnel changes are obvious as soon as the show's expanded 90-minute opener gets underway Sunday night at 9:30. Carolyn Kepcher is indeed gone (dismissed by Trump between seasons), and affable George Ross is a start-of-season no-show. Instead, we have Trump's impressive, no-nonsense daughter Ivanka keeping an eye on the two teams as they go about their tasks.

Helping Ivanka and dad evaluate the losing team in the boardroom this season (one major change this year) is the project manager from the winning team. He or she not only sits in the catbird seat next to Trump, but holds that seat, and title of project manager, until losing.

An "Apprentice" equivalent of "Jeopardy!" winner Ken Jennings could run the table, and never leave it.

Another big change is that while the winning team (first task: holding a car wash) can kick back and relax in a glamorous L.A. mansion, the losers have to sleep on the mansion grounds, with communal tent, portable toilets and outdoor showers. Needless to say, they are not happy campers.

The latest batch of 16 contestants, for the most part, is less noteworthy for displaying managerial skills than for having little command of basic grammar.

One contestant speaks of being concerned "If I got blew away by a landslide," and he's one of the more coherent ones.

When playing this game, there's a difference between being in tents and being intense, and what's so entertaining about "The Apprentice," as always, is how quickly contestants stumble over one another to expose their worst traits.

Pitching bad ideas, wasting time on fools' errands, being abrasively obnoxious and combative, falling in love with the sound of their own voice - watching "The Apprentice" is a crash course in what not to do on a job interview, or in a competitive job situation.

Donald Trump this season seems to be speaking even more deliberately than usual, sprinkling each sentence with long pauses, like the tycoon equivalent of William Shatner from "Star Trek." But he also seems to be suffering fools less gladly, and this batch has more than its share of fools rushing in.

For viewers of "The Apprentice," that's an encouraging sign.


The show will go down hill because his kids are the judges
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The show will go down hill because it's tired
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First 25 minutes are up for viewing on NBC.com minus commercials.

A very cheesy opening but I kinda like the cast and the first task is a good old fashioned car wash.

My fear is that, as always, the first episode is pretty good, with a promising cast, but with each episode, it just goes more and more downhill.
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i used to love The Apprentice, but i've stopped watching it because it's old and tired. it went downhill last season IMO.
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Well I kind of like the CITY not the BEACH-lol
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Donald was on "Today" this morning and ripped into Meredith for bringing up Rosie. Like Rosie or hate her, Trump is acting like a total ass about all of this and it IS to draw attention to the Apprentice.

He went on a delusional rant saying that he of course would respond about Rosie, that the Apprentice was the #1 show on TV when it started and that it still does well.

The arrogance of that man really amazes me. I can't believe I started to actually LIKE him during the Apprentice. I guess editing can do wonders for ANYONE.
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