The Apprentice Series 14 Episode 2 recap: It's comics week – We've got beats, we've got rhymes, but we've got absolutely no croissants
From Law, Tax and Arboriculture (tree surgery) to Fashion Design, Marketing and Sport, The Apprentice contestants all hope to secure a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar.
Lord Sugar’s sharp-tongued Apprentice co-star Claude Littner has revealed that the Amstrad mogul once saved his life – by having a blazing row with him. In 1997, 67-year-old Claude was chief executive at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club – then owned by Lord Sugar. After an almighty barney with his boss one day, Claude left off work early in a huff – and decided to use the free time to make a long overdue visit to the doctor.
Over the weekend it was reported that The Apprentice hottie, Scott Saunders, had dramatically had enough of Lord Alan Sugar’s ‘personal attacks’ in the boardroom and sensationally walked out of the show. The Sun claimed that Scott was left feeling ‘disrespected’ as the straight-talking businessman laid into him following the failure of the task, telling the tycoon that he quit before walking out of the competition. Whilst Scott has remained incredibly quiet over on his own Twitter page, Lord Alan Sugar has rubbished the speculation over on his.