Donald Trump picked his first female Apprentice Thursday night, hiring 26-year-old "book smarts" real-estate broker Kendra Todd to spend a year posing for pictures. Todd beat out 37-year-old "street smarts" entrepreneur Tana Goertz, whose fate was sealed when her mood stabilizers wore off 37 minutes into the finale. Of course, the night's big loser was the show itself, which will go down as one of the most poorly executed, painfully bloated live telecasts in broadcast history. That'll be the last time Mark Burnett lets Omarosa into the control room.
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