Well, for the sake of the people, we watched the new Martha Stewart Apprentice Show last night. We didn't realize how directly it would mask the Donald's version, and we can say that while we don't imagine we will watch anymore episodes, it's fun to see all of the bad stereotypes of the design world prominently displayed (especially the one where there are no black people).
What there are is plenty of high-strung, ladies with high-lights and a handful of men from Will and Grace Casting fronting as design experts.
The best part of the show was the first few minutes as Martha talks without holding back about her spectacular climb to being the first woman billionaire in America, with just a few setbacks along the way.
We wish she had the guts (and the humor) to stomp the halls of her office throwing things at her employees instead of the crazy pre-planned conversations she has as she strolls about. "That looks great, Beth! Let's remember to really make a strong statement with that!". Even Beth looks confused.
Remember when we hated Martha because she did do everything perfectly? And to think we missed the first half of America's Next Top Model for this.