Sorry, Oprah: CBS stole your BFF.
Gayle King is teaming with Charlie Rose and Erica Hill for CBS' new morning program that will replace The Early Show, the network officially announced Tuesday. Unfortunately for...
Oftentimes at this point in The Apprentice's umpteen-week "job interview" — this round's season-ender unspools on May 29 and June 5 — the two candidates managing their final tasks are faced with most unexpected hurdles. Think back to Season 1, when Kwame Jackson was nearly waylaid by MIA concert performer Jessica Simpson (a near-flake-out that actually makes all the more sense now that we know so much more about the pop tart). Or look as recently as last season's finale, when Joe Piscopo — yes, Joe Pisco
The Apprentice Season 4 runner-up Rebecca Jarvis — whom I always fancied as the love child of Sandra Bullock and Evangeline Lilly — is joining CNBC as an associate reporter, says Broadcasting & Cable. Gee, I hope Randall OK'd this.
When Donald Trump promises a twist, he usually comes through. Such was the case on last Thursday's Season 4 finale of NBC's The Apprentice, when, after crowning 34-year-old Randal Pinkett as the show's first-ever African-American champ, Trump invited his brand-new protégé to recommend runner-up Rebecca Jarvis for a job, as well. Randal, however, held tight to his big night by obviously waylaying Trump's plan for a double-hire. TVGuide.com spoke with Randal the following day to discuss what has become a topic for hot debate amongst Apprentice diehards.
TVGuide.com: First of all, congratulations on being named the Apprentice.
Randal Pinkett: Thank you very much.
She plays a good game of The Apprentice (on crutches no less), and damn if she doesn't look like the love child of Sandra Bullock and Evangeline Lilly. Even so, Rebecca Jarvis was passed over last Thursday in favor of Randal Pinkett, who had the chance to green-light her a job with Trump, as well, but... um, didn't. What would Rebecca have done in the same sitch? And what secrets does she have to spill about her final task? Here's what the 23-year-old Chicagoan shared with TVGuide.com in an eye-opening Q&A.
TVGuide.com: Did you suspect that you and Randal might both walk away from the finale with jobs, as had been rumored?
Rebecca Jarvis: The one thing I learned from this experience