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The Apprentice 1
Winner Bill Rancic
Season run January 2004 – May 2004
Filming Dates Unknown – Unknown
Number of episodes 15
Number of candidates 16
Teams Versacorp and Protégé
Season chronology
Next season The Apprentice 2

The first season of The Apprentice aired on NBC in the winter and spring of 2004. It is currently available on DVD. Download high resolution version (480x640, 87 KB)Key art for The Apprentice 2, deemed fair use This work is copyrighted. ... William Rancic (born 1972) is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired in national television by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trumps reality business show, The Apprentice. ... 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Apprentice 2 is the second season of The Apprentice, which began on September 9, 2004 on NBC. It featured 18 candidates, whereas season one only featured 16. ... The Apprentice is a reality television show that originated in the United States on NBC. The show is hosted by Donald Trump and the final prize is a job with a starting contract of one year at a hefty six-figure salary. ... NBC, (Formerly an acronym for the National Broadcasting Company until 2004), is an American television and radio network based in New York Citys Rockefeller Center. ... 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

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About the Season

Season 1, Season 2, and Season 3 had Real Estate Magnate Donald Trump as the show's executive producer and host. The Apprentice 2 is the second season of The Apprentice, which began on September 9, 2004 on NBC. It featured 18 candidates, whereas season one only featured 16. ... The Apprentice 3 is the third season of The Apprentice. ... Donald John Trump, Sr. ...


The season started with 16 contestants, eight men and eight women from around the United States. Each had been successful in various enterprises, including real estate, restaurant management, political consulting, and sales. During the show, the contestants lived communally in a suite at Trump Tower in Manhattan, located on the fourth floor. Elimination took the form of one contestant being "fired" by Trump at the conclusion of each week's episode. Filming the entire season took three months. Trump Tower Trump Tower Trump Tower is a 68 story skyscraper in New York City. ... The Borough of Manhattan, highlighted in yellow, lies between the East River and the Hudson River. ...


The contestants were originally divided into two "corporations" by gender. The men choose to name their company "Versacorp", and the women choose to name their company "Protégé Corporation".


Each week, Trump assigned the teams a task. Each team selected a "project manager" to lead them in the week's assigned task. The winning team received a reward, while the losing team faced a boardroom showdown with Trump and two of his associates in order to determine which team member would be fired.


Elimination proceeded in two stages. In the first stage, Trump confronted the losing team and required the week's project manager to select two additional team members which the project manager believed were most responsible for the loss.


The rest of the team was dismissed (allowed to go back up to the suite, because they were safe to stay for the next round), and the project manager and the two other selected members faced a final confrontation several minutes later in which Trump fired one of the three. Trump is now well known for his catch phrase "You're Fired!", which he reportedly will trademark. A catch phrase is a phrase or expression that is popularized, usually through repeated use, by a real person or fictional character. ... A trademark or trade mark[1] is a distinctive sign of some kind which is used by a business to uniquely identify itself and its products and services to consumers, and to distinguish the business and its products or services from those of other businesses. ...


Candidates

The candidates from The Apprentice 1, along with Donald Trump:Omarosa, Bill, Sam, Kristi,Ereka, Kwame, Heidi, Bowie,Troy, David, Nick, Jessie,Katrina, Amy,Jason, Tammy
The candidates from The Apprentice 1, along with Donald Trump:
Omarosa, Bill, Sam, Kristi,
Ereka, Kwame, Heidi, Bowie,
Troy, David, Nick, Jessie,
Katrina, Amy,
Jason, Tammy

Since The Apprentice is essentially a job interview, the contestants are referred to as "applicants": The Apprentice 1 cast, a la The Brady Bunch, PR shots This work is copyrighted. ... The Apprentice 1 cast, a la The Brady Bunch, PR shots This work is copyrighted. ...

  • Bill Rancic (Winner/Hired)
  • Kwame Jackson (not fired, finalist in season finale)
  • Amy (Amelia) Henry (fired week 13)
  • Nick Warnock (fired week 13)
  • Troy McClain (fired week 12)
  • Katrina Campins (fired week 11)
  • Heidi Bressler (fired week 10)
  • Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth (fired week 9)
  • Ereka Vetrini (fired week 8)
  • Tammy Lee (fired week 7)
  • Jessie Connors (fired week 6)
  • Kristi Frank (fired week 5)
  • Bowie Hogg (fired week 4)
  • Sam Solovey (fired week 3)
  • Jason Curis (fired week 2)
  • David Gould (fired week 1)

William Rancic (born 1972) is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired in national television by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trumps reality business show, The Apprentice. ... Kwame Jackson. ... Troy McClain is a businessman from Boise, Idaho who was also a contestant on Donald Trumps The Apprentice. ... Katrina Campins (born in 1980) is a real estate agent best known as candidate on The Apprentice 1. ... This article or section seems not to be written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia entry. ... Appears as co-host on the Tony Danza Show. ... Kristie Frank Kristi Frank was a contestant who competed in the first season of the reality show The Apprentice. ... Sam Solovey was a contestant on Donald Trumps The Apprentice. ...

Weekly summary

Week 1: "Meet the Billionaire"

  • Air date: January 8
  • Task: Starting with seed money, purchase supplies and sell lemonade on the streets of New York.
  • Result: The men choose to sell in the Fulton Fish Market area, whereas the women stay in Midtown and use the promises of kisses to sell lemonade for five dollars a glass.
  • Winner: Protégé Corporation (women), by 3-1 margin of earnings.
  • Trump's comments: The men are excoriated for choosing a horrible location, where there is a putrid smell of fish.
  • Dramatic tension: Sam, one of the members of Versacorp, begins to get on the other's nerves by his crazy antics, including fruitlessly trying to sell a single glass of lemonade for $1,000.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Troy
  • Boardroom Nominees: David, Sam
  • Who gets fired: David, for not showing Trump anything as leader or follower.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

January 8 is the 8th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Typical North American lemonade. ... The Markets Interior The Fulton Fish Market located along the East River waterfront at and above Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan, New York City, was the most important wholesale fish market in the United States of America. ...

Week 2: "Sex, Lies and Altitude"

  • Air date: January 15
  • Task: Both teams are to design an advertising campaign to sell private jet service, which they must pitch to the owner of the company.
  • Result: The men design a functional campaign with photos of the cockpit and a passengers designed to illustrate the utility and convenience of the service. The women design a campaign showing depicting parts of the aircraft in black and white artistic shots with sexual overtones and pitch it to the owner wearing flight attendant outfits.
  • Winner: Protégé Corporation (women)
  • Trump's comments: Trump is aghast that Jason, the Versacorp project manager, did not meet with company's owner at the beginning and thereby learn that he wanted a flashier campaign.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Jason
  • Boardroom Nominees: Nick, Sam
  • Who Gets Fired: Jason, for not meeting with the client at the start of the task. Trump felt that the decision was tough but had no choice but to fire Jason since it is really important to meet up with the client in the business world. Since Jason didn't meet up with the client and Trump apparently liked Jason, Jason had to go since to Trump, what is called "a firing mistake" was made.
  • Dramatic tension: Sam further aggravates his team members and is excoriated for taking a nap on the floor during the afternoon.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

January 15 is the 15th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ...

Week 3: "Respect"

  • Air date: January 22
  • Task: The teams are given a scavenger list of items which they are required to purchase during the day at the lowest possible total price.
  • What happens: In a "put up or shut up" maneuver, Sam is appointed project manager by the men. He splits the men into two teams, with him and two others staying back at the suite to perform reconnaissance by phone and over the web. The women split into two groups, each of which goes into the city. The women used their sexual appeal to seduce the sellers into selling their goods at a lower price, namely the gold bar. Sam, believing that it is important to purchase the gold bar early in the day, directs the men away from other tasks to purchase it, but they are unable to buy it with any discount.
  • Winner: Protégé Corporation (women)
  • Reward: Dinner at the 21 Club restaurant.
  • Trump's comments: Trump is disgusted at the men's failure for the third week in a row and Sam's incompetence, especially in regard to the decision to send his team members away from other tasks to buy the gold bar, which would have a very small discount compared to the other items on the list.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Sam
  • Boardroom Nominees: Bowie, Kwame
  • Who Gets Fired: Sam, in the "easiest decision yet", according to Trump and his associates. Trump says his trademark dismissal quote, "You're fired!" to Sam four times and for good reason—Sam's leadership was considered to be too weak.
  • Dramatic tension: Ereka and Omarosa get into a fight in the last episode, and it continues in this episode, and Katrina stepped in and tried to make them reconcile, but it didn't work.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

January 22 is the 22nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ...

Week 4: "Ethics Schmethics"

  • Air date: January 29
  • Task: The teams are required to collectively manage the Planet Hollywood restaurant in Times Square on successive evenings, with the performance judged by the increase in profits over the same day the previous year.
  • What happens: The women go first, and choose to focus on increasing alcohol sales. The women again used their sexual appeal to increase sales. On the next night, the men keep several of their members on the sidewalk hawking coupons and sell basketballs autographed by Kwame, who is African American, with the tacit assumption that he is a basketball star (although never stating so). Nick gets disgusted at the ploy and is attacked by his teammates and Trump for his lack of enthusiasm.
  • Winner: Protégé Corporation (women)
  • Trump's comments: Increasing alcohol sales was the key, which the men missed.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Kwame
  • Boardroom Nominees: Bowie, Nick
  • Who gets fired: Bowie, mostly by process of elimination. Bowie's firing is one of the rare instances which Trump elected to fire someone through an elimination process.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

January 29 is the 29th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Planet Hollywood, a theme restaurant chain inspired by the popular portrayal of Hollywood, was launched in New York on October 22, 1991, with the backing of Hollywood stars Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Demi Moore. ... Times Square, named after the one-time headquarters of The New York Times, is a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan, New York City, which centers on 42nd Street and Broadway. ... This article or section seems not to be written in the formal tone expected of an encyclopedia entry. ...

Week 5: "Trading Places"

  • Air date: February 5
  • The teams are reorganized by "corporate restructuring", with the names retained but now mixed by sex.
  • Task: Starting with seed money, the teams are required to purchase items and sell them at the greatest profit return at an open-air flea market.
  • Winner:Versacorp
  • Losing Team/PM: Protégé/Kristi
  • Boardroom Nominees: Heidi, Omarosa
  • Who gets fired: Kristi, for not defending herself.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com
  • Donald Trump warns the new teams sex appeal won't cut it in the real world in reorganising the teams.
  • The members of Protégé lost $183 on this task because some of their money was stolen. Kristi was heavily critized for failing to secure the money.

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Week 6: "Tit for Tat"

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Week 7: "Dupe- Lex"

  • Air date: February 19
  • Task: The teams restore and rent out apartments. Omarosa received a bump on the head by a falling piece of plaster. Heidi finds out her mother has cancer.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Katrina
  • Boardroom Nominees: Bill, Tammy
  • Who gets fired: Tammy, for being disloyal to her team.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

February 19 is the 50th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... // Gypsum plaster Plaster of Paris, or simply plaster, is a type of building material based on calcium sulfate hemihydrate, nominally (CaSO₄)₂*H₂O. It is created by heating gypsum to about 150 ℃, 2(CaSO₄ · 2H₂O) → (CaSO₄)₂ · H₂O + 3 H₂O (released as steam). ... When normal cells are damaged beyond repair, they are eliminated by apoptosis. ...

Week 8: Trump Ice

  • Air date: February 26
  • Task: Both teams sell bottled water (called "Trump Ice") with Donald Trump's photo on each bottle.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Ereka
  • Boardroom Nominees: Bill, Nick
  • Who gets fired: Ereka, for letting her emotions influence her decision-making (she let her friend Katrina go back up to the suite so she could fight in the boardroom against Bill).
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

February 26 is the 57th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... Water (from the Old English waeter; c. ... Donald John Trump, Sr. ... In psychology and common terminology, emotion is the language of a persons internal state of being, normally based in or tied to their internal (physical) and external (social) sensory feeling. ...

Week 9: "DNA, Heads and the Undead Kitty"

  • Air date: March 4
  • Task: The teams sell art. Versacorp picks a surrealist artist named Meghan Boody. Protégé Corporation sticks with a more mainstream artist named Andrei Petrov, who specializes in abstract art paintings.
  • Losing Team/PM: Protégé/Kwame
  • Boardroom Nominees: Heidi, Omarosa
  • Who gets fired: Omarosa, for making too many excuses.
    • Trump's comments about Omarosa: Trump apparently is fed up with Omarosa's horde of excuses and felt that the team would perform better without Omarosa.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

March 4 is the 63rd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (64th in leap years). ... Surrealism is an artistic movement and an aesthetic philosophy that aims for the liberation of the mind by emphasizing the critical and imaginative powers of the subconscious. ... Black square by Kazimir Malevich Abstract art is now generally understood to mean art that does not depict objects in the natural world, but instead uses shapes and colors in a non-representational or subjective way. ...

Week 10: "Wheeling and Dealing"

  • Air date: March 11
  • Task: The teams take over a pedicab shift. Protégé Corporation sells prepaid punch cards. Versacorp sells advertising on the rickshaws that they ride. Amy uses previous contacts made in the game to quickly amass a large amount of advertising commitments. Kwame spends much of the afternoon as a driver but without being able to land a single fare. After one of the ads (for a restaurant) is found to have fallen off one of Versacorp's pedicabs, Nick angers his teammates by going back to the restaurant owner and returing the full amount paid. When Troy sees the Versacorp's pedicab advertising, he realizes Protégé is sunk and in a rare moment of humility states, "It was a great idea. I didn't have it." With the Protégé team's chances sunk, Heidi begins swearing under her breath at passersby when she is unable to convince them to buy rides.
  • Losing Team/PM: Protégé/Troy
  • Boardroom Nominee: Heidi
  • Who gets fired: Heidi, for not doing her best in each task and for "not having her head in the game", according to Trump.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

March 11 is the 70th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (71st in Leap year). ... Japanese rickshaws c. ...

Week 11: "A Look Back"

  • Air date: March 18
  • Recap of first ten weeks, along with previously unaired footage.
  • No new task, no firing.
  • This episode was added because NBC did not want the show to compete against CBS' coverage of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship first round games, knowing how the ratings of the tournament, would be too hard to compete against because of the heavily regionalised coverage of the tournament. Likewise, Mark Burnett Productions refuses to let The Apprentice compete head-to-head against CBS' Survivor, which is also a Mark Burnett production.

March 18 is the 77th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (78th in leap years). ... NCAA Basketball logo The NCAA Mens Division I Basketball Championship is held each spring featuring 65 college basketball teams in the United States. ...

Week 12: "Circus, Circus"

  • Air date: March 25
  • "Corporate Reshuffle": Having faced losses in the last two tasks, Protégé Corporation is down to two candidates against four on Versacorp. As in the past when the teams have become overly uneven, Trump has the smaller team choose a player from the winning team. Kwame and Troy select Bill, breaking with the "tradition" of picking Amy. Versacorp now consists of Amy, Katrina and Nick.
  • Task: The teams head to Atlantic City, New Jersey where they will be responsible for registering gamblers at the Trump Taj Mahal Resort and Casino. The team whose registered gamblers wager the most money wins. Protege's priority was to get the people to gamble as much as possible, rather than to attract as many gamblers as possible. In a bid to get people to stay, Protege decided to raffle off $1,000 cash late in the evening. Versacorp also raffled off a prize at the end of the night where the lucky winner could either have a drive in an expensive sports car or collect $300, this prize however was far less effective of making the people stay. Protege decided to send in two caged tigers where the people gambling for Versacorp were to distract them from gambling. At the end of the night, Protege attracted slightly fewer gamblers than Versacorp, but the gamblers of Protege wagered much more each.
  • Winner: Protégé Corporation
  • Prize; The winners had an evening in the best suite in the hotel, along with $1,000 each to gamble.
  • Losing Team/PM: Versacorp/Amy
  • Boardroom Nominee: Katrina
  • Who gets fired: Katrina, by default. The team members all performed poorly. Given past results, Trump decided that Amy was the better leader and that Katrina should be fired.
  • Trivia: This is the first time Amy has been on a losing team, breaking her ten-week streak.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

March 25 is the 84th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (85th in leap years). ... Flag Seal Location Map of Atlantic City in Atlantic County Coordinates , Government Country  State   County United States  New Jersey   Atlantic Incorporated March 1854 Mayor Bob Levy Geographical characteristics Area     City 44. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ...

Week 13: "The Price is Height"

  • Air date: April 1
  • Task: Rent a penthouse at Trump World Tower for no less than $20,000 for one night
  • Winner: Versacorp (Nick and Amy)
  • Prize: Flight and lunch to Trump's Mar-A-Lago private club in Palm Beach, Florida
  • During the boardroom, Bill, Kwame, and Troy were asked about their education. Troy only held a high school diploma, while Kwame held a Masters degree from Harvard, and Bill has a college degree from Loyola University (Chicago), both schools The Donald knew well. Troy would fire Kwame, so Bill was not nominated onto the Boardroom. Troy and Kwame would face the final wrath of The Donald after The Donald took time to review the performance of the Boardroom Nominees.
  • Losing Team/PM: Protégé/Troy
  • Sent to Boardroom: Kwame, and Troy
  • Who gets fired: Troy, for being a loose cannon

April 1 is the 91st day of the year (92nd in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar, with 274 days remaining. ... Trump World Tower, as seen from the Empire State Building Trump World Tower is a residential skyscraper at 845 United Nations Plaza (First Avenue between 47th and 48th Streets) in Manhattan, New York City. ... Mar-A-Lago (mahr-ah-lahgo) is the name of the Marjorie Merriweather Post estate in Palm Beach, Florida. ... Palm Beachs skyline, as seen from Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. ... High school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia /**/ @import /skins-1. ... A masters degree is an academic degree usually awarded for completion of a postgraduate course of one or two years in duration. ... Harvard University is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, and a member of the Ivy League. ... Loyola University Chicago is a private co-educational religious-affiliated university established in Chicago, Illinois in 1870 as Saint Ignatius College. ...

Week 14: "Down to The Wire"

  • Air date: April 8
  • Last episode before April 15 live finale
  • The final four candidates face demanding interviews with four Trump advisors.
  • Nick got fired first because he was a respected sales representative, but he lacked leadership. This caused The Donald to seal Nick's fate. Amy later on got fired because not too many people respected Amy and The Donald's advisors had nothing but negative comments about her.
  • Bill and Kwame are the finalists.
  • The last six fired candidates return to be "employees" of Bill and Kwame for the final task. Bill chooses Amy, Katrina and Nick for his staff; Kwame selects Heidi, Omarosa and Troy.
  • For the final task, Bill and Kwame will each have to oversee a major event. Bill is assigned a golf tournament at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, New York. Kwame gets a Jessica Simpson concert at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
  • Omarosa does not fulfill her duties, and Jessica Simpson ends up being lost.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

April 8 is the 98th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (99th in leap years). ... April 15 is the 105th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (106th in leap years). ... Briarcliff Manor is a village located in Westchester County, New York. ... Jessica Ann Simpson (born July 10, 1980) is an American pop music singer who rose to fame during the late-1990s. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Flag Seal Location Map of Atlantic City in Atlantic County Coordinates , Government Country  State   County United States  New Jersey   Atlantic Incorporated March 1854 Mayor Bob Levy Geographical characteristics Area     City 44. ...

Week 15: "Season Finale"

Final two and Trump on the Today show
Final two and Trump on the Today show
  • Air Date: April 15
  • Jessica Simpson booked her own transporation, without informing Kwame, and arrived at the hotel safely with her band. At the golf tournament, Bill lost track of some of the inventory.
  • Omarosa broke orders and took Jessica Simpson away when she was supposed to meet with Donald Trump. Trump gets impatient as Kwame is unable to locate Ms. Simpson.
  • Omarosa continues to make attacks concerning Kwame's handling of the Jessica Simpson concert.
  • Both tasks are successful. Trump introduced Simpson at her concert, and donated $25,000 to Operation Smile, an organization which Simpson sponsors.
  • Who is hired: Bill, because Trump thought Bill did a very good job and Carolyn had nothing but positive comments about Bill. He gets to choose from two jobs, and has only three minutes to decide. He selects the project of overseeing the building of Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago, Illinois, on the site of the present Chicago Sun-Times Building. The other option he had was to oversee and manage a new Trump National Golf Course and resort in Los Angeles.
  • Who gets fired: Kwame, because Omarosa lied to Kwame twice and for his failure for not "re-firing" Omarosa for those lies.
    • Trump's comments about Kwame's flaws: Trump was aghast when he found out that Kwame didn't fire Omarosa for excessive false testimony and wanted to know why Kwame didn't re-fire Omarosa.
  • Part of this episode is taped a the same time as the Newlyweds second season premiere. Only footage with Donald Trump introducing Jessica at the concert is seen, as footage featuring Kwame and his team had to be removed so everything would remain a secret until the first part of The Apprentice final task would air.
  • Episode recap from NBC.com

The Apprentice I, cast at NBCs the Today show, deemed fair use. ... The Apprentice I, cast at NBCs the Today show, deemed fair use. ... April 15 is the 105th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (106th in leap years). ... Trump International Hotel and Tower under construction, April 2006 The Trump International Hotel and Tower is a skyscraper condo-hotel under construction in downtown Chicago, Illinois named for famed real estate developer Donald Trump. ... Flag Seal Nickname: The Windy City Motto: Urbs In Horto (Latin: City in a Garden), I Will Location Location in Chicagoland Coordinates , Government Country State Counties United States Illinois Cook, DuPage Mayor Richard M. Daley (D) Geographical characteristics Area     City 606. ... New Chicago Sun-Times home located at 350 N. Orleans St. ... Nickname City of Angels Location Location within Los Angeles County in the state of California Government Country State County United States California Los Angeles County Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (D) Geographical characteristics Area  - City    - Land    - Water  - Urban 1,290. ... Jessica Simpsons infamous Chicken or fish? moment in the first episode of Newlyweds. ... Donald John Trump, Sr. ... The Apprentice is a reality television show that originated in the United States on NBC. The show is hosted by Donald Trump and the final prize is a job with a starting contract of one year at a hefty six-figure salary. ...

Trivia

  • Ereka Vetrini was the co-host of The Tony Danza Show for the first season.
  • In 2005's "Hottest Girls in Reality Shows" calendar, Katrina Campins appeared and posed like a supermodel with several New York City towers in the background of her swimsuit picture.
  • Bill Rancic was only 6-7 and Kwame Jackson was 4-9 in the 13 weeks. It is the only time in Apprentice history where the Final Two each had a losing record in all of the episodes throughout the season, because of all of the switching of members of teams.

Appears as co-host on the Tony Danza Show. ... The Tony Danza Show is a daytime talk show hosted by actor Tony Danza. ... Katrina Campins (born in 1980) is a real estate agent best known as candidate on The Apprentice 1. ... Flag Seal Nickname: The Big Apple, The Capital of the World[1], Gotham Location Location in the state of New York Government Counties (Boroughs) Bronx (The Bronx) New York (Manhattan) Queens (Queens) Kings (Brooklyn) Richmond (Staten Island) Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) Geographical characteristics Area    - City 1,214. ... William Rancic (born 1972) is an American entrepreneur who was the first candidate hired in national television by The Trump Organization at the conclusion of the first season of Donald Trumps reality business show, The Apprentice. ... Kwame Jackson. ...

External links

  • NBC.com: The Apprentice
  • The Apprentice - The Complete First Season
  • The Apprentice Rules: Donald Trump and Martha Stewart - Unofficial site with a lot of information on it.

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