Rebecca Peterson


Trump's First Lady Loser Speaks!

After four consecutive Versacorp losses cut the men's team in half, last week's episode of The Apprentice kicked off with a "corporate reshuffle" that mixed male and female contestants and ultimately resulted in the first pair of high heels to hit the bricks. TV Guide Online caught up with ousted restaurateur Kristi Frank to get the scoop on her big on-camera meltdown, that missing dough and Jessie's shocking boardroom betrayal.

TV Guide Online: During the corporate reshuffle, was there anyone you wanted on your team whom Nick picked first? Kristi Frank: Amy, definitely. Amy and I worked very well together. She comes up with great ideas and keeps the team motivated.

TVGO: Given the chance to lead your team again in the same task, what would you have done differently? Kristi: I might not have done so much research on the flea markets. We spent a lot of time finding out what products would sell. We should have just ju read more

Trump's First Lady Loser Speaks!

After four consecutive Versacorp losses cut the men's team in half, last week's episode of The Apprentice kicked off with a "corporate reshuffle" that mixed male and female contestants and ultimately resulted in the first pair of high heels to hit the bricks. TV Guide Online caught up with ousted restaurateur Kristi Frank to get the scoop on her big on-camera meltdown, that missing dough and Jessie's shocking boardroom betrayal.

TV Guide Online: During the corporate reshuffle, was there anyone you wanted on your team whom Nick picked first? Kristi Frank: Amy, definitely. Amy and I worked very well together. She comes up with great ideas and keeps the team motivated.

TVGO: Given the chance to lead your team again in the same task, what would you have done differently? Kristi: I might not have done so much research on the flea markets. We spent a lot of time finding out what products would sell. We should have just ju read more

Apprentice's Latest Loser Speaks

He may not have been the most memorable contestant on The Apprentice, but fourth ouster Bowie Hogg has a personality as big as his home state of Texas. Here, he sounds off on his fellow competitors, rationalizes his expulsion, describes his dream woman and answers the show's $1 million question: What happens to the rejects after they get in that cab?

TV Guide Online: Other than a certain legendary rock star, Bowie is a rather unusual name. Is there a story behind it? Bowie Hogg: I was the youngest of four boys — my three older brothers have totally normal names — and I guess with the fourth one they couldn't decide on a name. My birth sticker from the hospital says "Boy Hogg," and they couldn't decide. For two weeks I had no name! And then my brother Jim was playing peek-a-boo as a joke and it stuck.

TVGO: You called Sam a "cancer" in the group. Don't you think that was a bit harsh? Hogg: No, I don't. He and I are actu read more

Apprentice Villain Fires Back

As he proved during his brief but memorable stint on NBC's The Apprentice, Sam Solovey is a small guy with a larger-than-life personality. In fact, the 27-year-old Internet entrepreneur is such a big presence that he required two — count 'em, two — TV Guide Online interviews. So, as a follow-up to his pre-pink slip chat, we rang up with the nutty obsessor just hours after he proposed to his girlfriend live on the Today show to grill him some more.
TV Guide Online: Which was more nerve-racking: facing The Donald in the Board Room or proposing on national TV?
Sam Solovey:
It's funny. When other people are most uncomfortable, that's when I'm comfortable. I'm an intense person, so going into the Board Room was an exhausting process, but I was never nervous. And I wasn't even nervous this morning because I enjoy those opportunities for the challenge. I love that kind of scary moment. It's a thrill t read more

Dumped by Trump

On last week's series premiere of The Apprentice, 16 overachievers handpicked by real-estate tycoon Donald Trump embarked on a 13-week job interview. The last man (or woman) standing lands a one-year gig as president of a Trump-owned company. The aspiring entrepreneurs have been divided into two gender-specific teams, competing at various business tasks. The losing team heads to the Board Room, where a player will be fired by Trump and ejected from the game. Here, TV Guide Online meets the reality show's first casualty, David Gould.

TV Guide Online: What was it like sitting face-to-face with The Donald?
David Gould:
Well, I actually enjoyed the whole process. I wasn't intimidated like I think some of the others were. I was hoping to have a more detailed, more drawn-out discussion, but I managed to get in a word here and there.

TVGO: Were you surprised to end up in the Board Room so soon?
Gould:
I wasn't surprised to end up in the B read more

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