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Celebrity Apprentice: Tomorrow's Episode . . It's Wedding Wars!

Just wanted to make sure you Celebrity Apprentice followers knew tomorrow's episode will be on at a different time: 10/9 c. The task involves selling wedding dresses. Hmmm, seems to be a task geared toward the women, don't ya think? Especially, when the guy's team has Dennis Rodman hitting the streets having a few drinks instead of focusing on the task.

Regardless, we will see Tom Green leading his men, doing whatever it takes (even perhaps trying on a gown . . . eat your heart out Rodman!) in his face off against Brande and the women. Green as PM in this task makes me kinda nervous, as I'm finding myself to be a fan of his, but I think he'll be alright. After all, he did just beat an Olympian (and we all know how the Donald favors Olympians). So who would you all like to see walk down the aisle, as in, back home?
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  1. Rodman, Black, or Green. (Heheh, sounds like an off-the-wall Law Firm doesn't it?). Any of those can go and it would be good. For the women, Melissa Rivers -- 'cause she straight up lied last week. ~J~

  2. connie3/14/2009

    He made some good points last week and I was SO in agreement with him over the stupidest of stupid superhero names "EEE". Nothing personal E! ;¬)

    Tom can be a bit annoying though. He has ther personality of a Jack Russell, and they can be cute and funny or HIGHLY energized and crazy!

    We'll see how he does as PM. Unless Rodman saves himself with a little effort this week, he needs to be GONE!


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