Apprentice-watchers pray Woody Allen was wrong
The New York film-maker Woody Allen once made the observation that "life imitates bad television." The business world ought to start praying that such a dictum doesn't apply to the awful but (so people say) gripping series, "The Apprentice."
I'll confess that I hate catch-phrases as readily as I forget them. I've also heard that the one thing most likely to drive actors to the contemplation of suicide is being forced by passers-by in the street to repeat the inane combination of two, three, or four words that propelled them to soap stardom in the first place.