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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by IndyJones1023, Apr 29, 2012.
Guardian angels are a supernatural belief. Real people do not have halos.
Only strictly speaking. While it's true that the phrase "guardian angel" originally had a supernatural connotation, the term is now used generically (and secularly) to refer to a (human) person who looks out for someone else.
Curtis Sliwa disagrees.
Anyway- it's a freaking mascot- an imaginary creature.
Marlins don't wear baseball jerseys either but that didn't stop Billy Marlin the mascot from running around in one for twenty years.
Dayana is in the running for most useless person alive. She isn't all that bright. It doesn't appear that is it possible for her to shut up and listen. And she doesn't listen even when she does shut up. Whenever someone made a negative comment in her direction, she nodded and smiled, as if the comment only made her point instead of indicating one of her many failures.
Lisa isn't upset that Dayana is pretty. She was quite pleased at the results of the photo shoot last week. Lisa is upset that Dayana is so stupid that she believes she is smart. I don't think she's not been on a team with Dayana for the entire race. Stupidity is very tiring. Dayana was the only person other then Gotti to set her off. I don't foresee her flipping out on anyone unless Dayana is brought back to her team during the finale event.
I agree with you this week
Given the target audience, the 60's style ditty was much more on target.
Good Sam has been around a LONG time, their target audience used to be RV owners.
The halo was just used to show it was a "good" guy, when you saw that sticker you knew they were a member of the "good sam club"
As opposed to the "evil sam club"---a more more interesting group, IMO...
Can you back up your claim that Trump "owns this show"?
There are "The Apprentice" shows filmed and airing in other countries (there IS a world which exists in reality -- and reality television -- outside of the USA). Are you asserting that they all pay Trump a license fee/royalty?
I also think that Dayana was initially referring to the musical act "Pink", but when Lisa and Clay mocked her, then she went along with it my mentioning other colors. It's just edited to expand on the producer/director's episode storyline of cluelessness.
Listening to Adam Carolla's podcast scene-by-scene breakdown of his departure episode shone a bright light on the difference between what actually happens on the show in real time and the final edited-for-tv presentation.
Arsenio tip-toed around Aubrey and tried to have his task run as smoothly as possible. He was apparently unaware of her backstabbing efforts against him. I had never heard of her before this show, and I hope to never hear of her after the show. Unfortunately, thanks to "entertainment news" I am now aware of the Kardashians and Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie, so there will probably be more of Aubrey on tv in the future.
By that definition, a mob hitman or enforcer or bodyguard would also qualify as a "guardian angel".
Or the "son of Sam" group ... [shudder]
One of the production companies for the show is Trump Productions. I don't know if they have a stake in licensed versions.
I'm not sure where you get a mob hitman, but I don't think bodyguards generally qualify because they're getting paid for the job. IMO, the term implies an unpaid role.
I wasn't asserting anything about licensing fees/royalties. Just know that he owns it now.
I can't get over how Lisa said to Dayana "you're a good person" at the end. Lisa really is bi-polar.
This! That is where a reality TV show and a real job interview is different...well, one of the ways. Lisa's behavior is ridiculously inappropriate for a business setting, but entertaining for a TV show.
Yeah if I were Dayana I wouldn't have even shaken her hand. But one doesn't know how those boardroom scenes are edited.
I don't find it entertaining at all---I find it disgusting.
Regarding Aubrey I was asking myself "Is she for real?" She is so full of herself I find it hard to believe she's not kidding. But I'm pretty sure she's not. I agree that her downfall will be how disloyal she is to her team.
I think Dayana was the correct one to fire this time. When your whole team (even though it's down to 2 people) say you're doing a crappy job managing, you probably are. I do think Lisa goes way too far when she flies off the handle, but Dayana just about had Clay doing it too.
GLSEN? Gay Lesbian Straight Education network? That's a terrible acronym. What's the focus? That could just as easily describe the public school system.
Or the "Sam I Am" group?
Wow, this season really is polarizing. I say pretty much what I did last week -- Lisa was way too rude, but in many ways she was right. (But she cries way too much for someone who's "tough".)
Dayana really didn't accomplish very much.
Must be a regional thing. First I've ever heard of Good Sam.
Sounds like a decent service, but the mascot doesn't do it for me. Too creepy.