Thursday, December 16, 2004

APPRENTICE 2-THE FINALE: THE MOVIE

Because this is the way my mind works, I've decided to cast "The Apprentice 2-The Finale: The Movie," undoubtedly in production at P-MurT, Donald Trump's production studio. I haven't cast all the characters, only those that struck me. Others to be added later, as they occur to me (or you, gentle readers).

THE APPRENTICE 2-THE FINALE: THE MOVIE

Ursa from Superman 2...Maria
Maya Rudolph...Jen C
Gwyneth Paltrow....Jennifer M.
Bill Paxton...Kelly
Ben Stiller...Raj
Melissa Etheridge....Pamela
Stephen Colbert...Andy
Melissa from The Real World New Orleans......Ivana
Dule Hill....Kevin
Cree Summer...Staci J.
Virginia Madsen....Amy (cameo, from the first Apprentice)
Matthew McConaghey....Troy (cameo, from the first Apprentice)

And in a dual role, Darrell Hammond as Donald Trump and Regis Philbin.

2 Comments:

At 10:15 AM, December 17, 2004, Blogger Princess Anonymous said...

There's gotta be a porn star out there that looks more like Jenn than Gwyneth.

 
At 12:17 PM, December 17, 2004, Blogger Andrea said...

I raced home after my office holiday to watch the finale. Arriving home exhausted at 8:45, my roommate summed up the first 45 minutes in about three sentences and informed me that she was flipping between the finale and The O.C. It's Chrismukah afterall, and Josh Schwartz (who is very cute) has his characters making up an amusing, tongue-in-cheek story about Moses and Jesus sitting down to lunch to invent this holiday. No mention whether they said kiddish first, no mention whether Seth Cohen knows what kiddish IS. The Chrismukah miracle was had, thanks in part to Summer who doesn't hate Seth this week. One needs an Excel spreadsheet to keep track.
The second hour of The Apprentice was really the only one that mattered. I kept dozing off during commercials but Regis Philben's irritating voice brought me right back to consciousness. Robin was cut off too soon when she responded to the question about the "date" between her and Sleezy Bow Tie Boy who risked humiliation in front of millions when he hit on Anna Kournikova but while all of those segments were kind of neat, they were totally unnecessary. I'd have given those segments an episode of their own. How many people stopped watching once the winner was announced?

Ooh, I like the above comment so much, I'm copying it verbatim for my livejournal.

 

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Thursday, December 16, 2004

APPRENTICE 2-THE FINALE: THE MOVIE

Because this is the way my mind works, I've decided to cast "The Apprentice 2-The Finale: The Movie," undoubtedly in production at P-MurT, Donald Trump's production studio. I haven't cast all the characters, only those that struck me. Others to be added later, as they occur to me (or you, gentle readers).

THE APPRENTICE 2-THE FINALE: THE MOVIE

Ursa from Superman 2...Maria
Maya Rudolph...Jen C
Gwyneth Paltrow....Jennifer M.
Bill Paxton...Kelly
Ben Stiller...Raj
Melissa Etheridge....Pamela
Stephen Colbert...Andy
Melissa from The Real World New Orleans......Ivana
Dule Hill....Kevin
Cree Summer...Staci J.
Virginia Madsen....Amy (cameo, from the first Apprentice)
Matthew McConaghey....Troy (cameo, from the first Apprentice)

And in a dual role, Darrell Hammond as Donald Trump and Regis Philbin.

2 Comments:

At 10:15 AM, December 17, 2004, Blogger Princess Anonymous said...

There's gotta be a porn star out there that looks more like Jenn than Gwyneth.

 
At 12:17 PM, December 17, 2004, Blogger Andrea said...

I raced home after my office holiday to watch the finale. Arriving home exhausted at 8:45, my roommate summed up the first 45 minutes in about three sentences and informed me that she was flipping between the finale and The O.C. It's Chrismukah afterall, and Josh Schwartz (who is very cute) has his characters making up an amusing, tongue-in-cheek story about Moses and Jesus sitting down to lunch to invent this holiday. No mention whether they said kiddish first, no mention whether Seth Cohen knows what kiddish IS. The Chrismukah miracle was had, thanks in part to Summer who doesn't hate Seth this week. One needs an Excel spreadsheet to keep track.
The second hour of The Apprentice was really the only one that mattered. I kept dozing off during commercials but Regis Philben's irritating voice brought me right back to consciousness. Robin was cut off too soon when she responded to the question about the "date" between her and Sleezy Bow Tie Boy who risked humiliation in front of millions when he hit on Anna Kournikova but while all of those segments were kind of neat, they were totally unnecessary. I'd have given those segments an episode of their own. How many people stopped watching once the winner was announced?

Ooh, I like the above comment so much, I'm copying it verbatim for my livejournal.

 

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