I’m Bored: The Apprentice US Season 1, Episode 1

Coming back for a while with a rewind, why not?

Here’s the summary of Donald Trump

Donald Trump: Well I’m already a successful businessman, why don’t I become an author. (Later) Now every bookworms know about me, why don’t I join Oprah. (Later) Now everybody who owns a tv knows about me, why don’t I create my own tv show? (Later) Now my show has become a reality tv icon (in the UK at least), but I want something more, something bigger than sending celebrities to do meager jobs.


I know, with all these life experiences, why don’t I try to Make America Great Again, and become the president of the United States?

And just like that, despite spending half the amount of his rival, Hillary Clinton & the DNC, despite basically having no experience as a politician, and despite California & their 55 Democrat Electoral Votes…

He somehow made it happen, and this is our reality.

So to celebrate, here is the series where everybody know about him the most, The Apprentice, where the only season that this blogger watches fully is the Martha Stewart season (& you know how well that works out)

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Reality TV Thoughts: Whodunnit 2013 (ABC)

Premiered in June 23, 2013. Hosted by Gildart Jackson aka Butler Giles. A season long murder mystery game so fun to watch in every scene you watch, except for the identity of the killer.

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I’m Bored And Watch Videos: X Girl

Well, since the latest Amazing Race China episode has a long way of being broadcast, and I would rather a long of warm up of doing my Apprentice: Martha Stewart,

I’m bored.

Of procrastinating and/or being too obsessed with Europa Universalis IV’s videos. So I decided to choose a random show to watch and talk about, which is a more productive than my bored option.

Without further ado, X Girl, a detective mystery that is a 100% detective mystery.

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Checking Out The Past: Rough Science

Rough Science is a British documentary/reality show made by BBC in collaboration with the Open University. Six series were made between 2000 and 2005. The series’ formula consists of a group of five scientists (and a host) with specialities in different fields who are given a task that they must complete using natural resources of the surrounding area together with a small set of supplies

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