The Apprentice: Season 7, Episode 13

Under the Hammer (27 Mar. 2008)

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So So Series but Good Case Study of Corporate Backstabbing
15 June 2008 | by (Bangkok, Thailand) – See all my reviews

The basic theme of this episode basically reflects good vs. evil, but you won't like the ending. It's a disappointing watch. Its Trace Adkins versus Piers Morgan. The reputation of the two is very different, one with clean record of ethics and the other is Piers extramarital affairs with two woman, and a shame to his family and children was reflected in Omarossa's attack which turns out to be true. U.S. corporations have a reputation of being sharks who prey on weak people and pounce. This is basically what Donald "The Shark" Trump is. Basically he will judge people on money over ethics and hence the true colors of Trump is a reflection of the corporate world when he decides who the winner is. So if people want to know why corporate backstabbing and unethical behavior occurs, it's because of the CEO's Donald Trump concern for the bottom line. Never mind about ability. That's not important, what you need is a long list of rich people's phone numbers on a Rolodex to win. Is what pulls through the entire 13 episode to win without much ability or any learning experience there is. In fact I prefer to watch Season 1 or Season 2 before giving up and concluding that these people aren't learning anything when they go from one project to another and their lack of disregard of people, as in Pier Morgan's lack of ethics as the epitome of the corporate world. Of course all this pretty much amounts to one thing: Donald Trump will be once again going into financial trouble if he doesn't recognize the long term relationship and ethics can make corporations last. Of course, I can't blame him, he's really no CEO in the long haul and I think idol worship of these people can be done over, he's no guru.


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