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Celebrity Apprentice 2011: Can the Celebrity Apprentice Cast Sell Pizza Without Drama?

By shellthings |

celebrity apprentice 2011Well, obviously, they can’t. We don’t even want that to happen. Because we tune in for the drama of Celebrity Apprentice, don’t we?

We want to watch the Celebrity Apprentice cast to disagree and have a dramatic boardroom battle, don’t we?

Tonight was the premiere of Celebrity Apprentice 2011. Did the cast deliver?

The Celebrity Apprentice cast was split into a men’s team and a women’s team. Their first task was running a pizza parlor: the team who made the most money would win.   Though, does anyone else think that Dionne Warwick might already know the outcome anyway, with her Psychic Network friends?

Survivor’s Richard Hatch was the project manager for the men’s team, while Star Jones led the women’s team. You can see the full Celebrity Apprentice cast.

You would think that with Gary Busey alone, there would be plenty of drama. But, there really wasn’t all that much, aside from Lisa Rinna not liking Star Jones and a few people taking issue with Richard Hatch.

The women’s team totally kicked butt, even though they missed out on a $35,000 bonus for making the best pizza, when they failed to deliver some pizzas on time.

I was actually a little surprised because Richard Hatch was really working hard during this first Celebrity Apprentice task.

Gary Busey did  have a little ranting moment during the boardroom- nothing less than we expect!

Richard Hatch brought Jose Canseco and David Cassidy into the board room with him.

Donald Trump decided that David Cassidy didn’t have the passion and drive that the other two did, so David Cassidy was the first fired from Celebrity Apprentice 2011.

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