I just finished watching The Apprentice Season 6: Los Angeles. Completely agree that Carey deserved to go. Was there any doubt? Carey's supreme overconfidence coupled with his ugly swimsuit design was a surefire way to lose.
Heidi's smugness is beginning to bother me. As I expressed after the premiere, I did not like that the winning manager is also the manager again in the following task. I doubt that Heidi is the strongest member amongst her team, yet she is getting all the accolades and face time with Trump. And from a viewer's perspective, I am not being given the opportunity to learn about the rest of the team members as quickly as I otherwise would.
I also do not like watching Heidi's team listening intently while the other team is sorting out its dirty laundry. Why would people be so intent on listening to the other team's discussions about who should go and who should stay when the discussion is often emotionally charged and irrational? This is a little too voyeuristic for my tastes. If I were Trump, I would want my team to rise above that ugly stuff. When it comes time to fight mano-o-mano to save yourself, fine. But the schadenfreude is a little much for me.
Be sure to read Nadine Heintz's assessment over at The Inc.com's Blog. Nadine always provides excellent commentary after each episode.
Because I have not seen Nadine's assessment by late Tuesday, I am assuming that she has skipped this second episode.