Tag Archives: Natasha Scribbins

Last night’s show looked at the backgrounds of the final five candidates. Whilst I am as interested as anyone, I do not want to comment on how I perceive the candidates personally, outside the four walls of my own home. Instead, I want to take the opportunity to reflect on the chances each of them […]

In tonight’s episode, the last six was whittled down to the final five, and I stop being even handed and start expressing an opinion about the candidates. Let’s remember what this series is about: finding a business partner to start a business with Lord Sugar. �So Lord Sugar stripped it down to fundamentals, because he […]

Natasha Scribbins is in the last six. For me, she has been the hardest of the six to write about. Last week I looked in depth at�Melody,�Tom and�Helen. �This week, I want to focus on�Jim (Monday), Susan (yesterday) and Natasha. Natasha has rarely been the focus for The Apprentice’s producers and editors, so it makes […]

It is getting close to the end now and two factors combine to make the show ever more compelling: 1. We are starting to get to know many of the candidates so, like soaps and real family, we start to feel allegiances, and 2. Few candidates are shoe-ins for a firing, so we are�intrigued to […]