A reality-tv based program in which contestants compete for a job with media mogul Martha Stewart.
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Leslie Sanchez ...
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Howie Greenspan ...
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Sarah Brennan ...
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A reality-tv based program in which contestants compete for a job with media mogul Martha Stewart.

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Referenced in Howard Stern on Demand: Best of 02/27-03/03, 2006 (2006) See more »

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Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
Written by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart
Performed by the Eurythmics
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An Excellent Show!
17 October 2005 | by (Missouri) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent follow-up to Donald Trump's Apprentice. It offers a slightly different perspective on the hiring process than Donald's version. While more friendly and less harsh, her demands for excellence are no less than Donald's.

Overall, I think the teams chose sides badly in the original episode and other criteria should have been used. A reshuffling is definitely required.

This being said, like Donald's Apprentices, I personally would not consider hiring any of them, ever. However, they make for good entertainment.

The only fault I would have with the show is that I wish there was more of Martha.


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