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The Apprentice Martha Stewart Moves To New Time, Donald Trump Gueststars

October 04, 2005 11:03 PM by Joe Blackmon

NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" greets its new timeslot, Wednesdays at 9 pm ET/PT, with wedding bells and the birth of a baby. Tomorrow night’s episode begins with an emotional punch as one candidate receives the joyous news that his wife had just delivered a baby. After choosing to remain in the competition and dedicate his quest to the newborn, Martha Stewart introduces the fourteen remaining candidates to the multi-billion dollar wedding business.

Candidates must design and bake an original wedding cake working alongside accomplished chefs at The Culinary Arts Institute. After transporting the cake to the Michael C. Fina Bridal Expo, each team attempts to sell as many cakes as possible. One team has difficulty with their sales pitch and one project manager lashes out against his team revealing a fiery temper.

Donald and Melania Trump celebrate with the winning team at Jean Georges with a six- course dessert tasting extravaganza. This reward is particularly special to one candidate who reveals his crush on Melania.

"MATCHSTICK" (Creatives): Jim, Dawn, Shawn, Bethenny, Marcela, David

"PRIMARIUS" (Corporate): Howie, Amanda, Carrie, Jennifer, Leslie, Dawna, Ryan, Sarah

"The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions. Mark Burnett, Jay Bienstock and Donald J. Trump are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.

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4 Responses to “The Apprentice Martha Stewart Moves To New Time, Donald Trump Gueststars”

  1. freakgrrrrrl Says:
    October 5th, 2005 at 6:11 pm

    Do they really think that moving the show to a time slot against shows like Lost and Veronica Mars is really gonna help it`s ratings?

  2. Barbara Brunner Says:
    October 7th, 2005 at 5:44 pm

    A new time slot is not going to help the show. What a disappointment the show has been. Martha is surrounded by such annoying people. The guy with the cigar comes off as a pompous ass…what’s up with the cigar. Does Martha allow smoking in the board room? It is so tacky. And where did these contestants come from? It is hard to really care whether they win or lose because they are all so unattractive, annoying and unprofessional. Was really excited about the show, but lost interest in it really quick. Also, no disrespect to Alexis, but really what does she know and we all know that she is there because Martha is her mother so what kind of credibility does she bring? Poor casting all the way around. Thought Martha had more class.

  3. Barbara Brunner Says:
    October 7th, 2005 at 5:44 pm

    A new time slot is not going to help the show. What a disappointment the show has been. Martha is surrounded by such annoying people. The guy with the cigar comes off as a pompous ass…what’s up with the cigar. Does Martha allow smoking in the board room? It is so tacky. And where did these contestants come from? It is hard to really care whether they win or lose because they are all so unattractive, annoying and unprofessional. Was really excited about the show, but lost interest in it really quick. Also, no disrespect to Alexis, but really what does she know and we all know that she is there because Martha is her mother so what kind of credibility does she bring? Poor casting all the way around. Thought Martha had more class.

  4. Steve Says:
    October 10th, 2005 at 2:34 pm

    In the Cake episode, Martha cuts the legs out from underneath David by overriding his decision to bring Marcela and Dawn back to the board room. Why didn’t Martha give David the chance to explain his decision? She could have fired him for that decision and still expressed her dissatisfaction toward Shawn. There would have been plenty of opportunities down the road to delete Shawn. Instead Martha changes the rules with no regard for David’s decision. I imagine Martha’s action is a reflection of how she runs her business.

    I wish David would have stood up and defended himself and then walked off the show saying that he “has no interest in working in that environment”. He probably would have been inundated with job offers…

    In the end, the message to the remaining cast is… you better hope that you bring the “correct” people back to the board room, if you don’t Martha will just ignore your decision and do what she wants anyway.

    It is no wonder viewers are tuning out.

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