22:06: That's all for tonight folks. We'll be back next Wednesday with more boardroom japes and hopefully some more catastrophic ideas. We're still sticking with Vince as our favourite candidate, despite his floundering performances so far. What can we say? We like a well kept man in a dapper suit. Share your views on tonight's show in the usual place below or over in the Apprentice forum.
22:00 The show ends back at the Apprentice house. Glenn brands Leon "a chicken", which is probably an understatement. Jim gives him a Simon Cowell-esque wink for comfort. He's a cheeky one that Jim. He'll go far.
21:57: Lord Sugar makes the first shock firing of the series. He points his finger of doom at ALEX. Shugs decides to stick with a spineless candidate over an angry one who doesn't appear to do much. He clearly believes flip-flopping Leon has more TV potential.
21:53: Jim's 'you won't pick me' Jedi trick has worked. Leon, Glenn and Alex are back battling in the boardroom. Leon doesn't have a leg to stand on, but Alex is making a ham-fist of his own defence. He snarls with every sentence and I'd rather chew my own foot for the day than go into business with him.
21:51: Or does he? Leon showcases that he has the spine of a jellyfish. Jim pouts and moans about his selection and Leon backs down. He changes his mind and picks Glenn instead. Glenn complains and it looks like Leon may back down again. I'm not Spartacus. No, I'm not Spartacus. This is ridiculous. Utterly ridiculous. Leon has to go.
21:47: The boys could do with a few Apps now. A Kiss Sugar's Bum App would work nicely. Or a Be Quiet and Avoid Being Brought Back App. Leon chooses to bring Jim and Alex (who has done nothing in the first two episodes) back for the boardroom finale.
21:40: Dum, dum, dum! The results are in. It's the twist that nobody saw coming. Well, the boys certainly didn't. They thought they had a money-maker with Slangatang, but no bugger has downloaded it. Over 10,000 buffoons have downloaded Ampi App. They should be forced to explain themselves. The girls win and one of the boys should be sent home. Who's going to be chopped? Possibly our precious Vincent? Fingers crossed people.
21:36: It's boardroom time. The boys appear buoyant and pretty smug. The girls hate their own app. There can only be one winner right? Their only possible downfall is the fact that they can't see why a stereotype of an Aussie in a cork hat might be seen as derogatory. And why should they? All Aussies do wear hats with corks on. And the French go around in stripey jumpers and garlic around there neck. And the Scottish are drunks in kilts. All facts.*
*This may be sarcasm.
21:29: Half way through the process and both ideas are bloody awful. There are probably people idiotic enough to download these apps, but sadly most of them are taking part in the show. The boys appear to have the upper hand, purely because they appear to understand what their app does. They celebrate winning two of the three pitches with a scrum of cheering and boorish antics. Where's Margaret Mountford with a raised eyebrow and a sneer when you need her?
21:22: Ampi Apps is the girls' final idea. We're not quite sure what the overall concept is and we suspect the girls don't either. It basically involves pressing the screen and getting annoying noises (animal grunts and screaming babies) as a reward. Who needs an app that makes annoying noises when you've got Edna, Melody and Susan in this world?
21:16: The final idea for the boys team is Slangatang. An app based around regional slang. "We'll have to be careful to not be offensive," warns one. What's the first effort in the recording studio? A Welshman talking about his affection for his sheep. Not offensive in the slightest boys. Not in the slightest.
21:13: The boys are shooting from the hip and tossing around ideas. They include an app that would tell what the temperature was on a certain day...a year ago. Great for all those time-travelling meteorologists.
21:10: The girls are being PM-ed by Edna. You wouldn't mess with Edna. She looks like she could eat me. Whole. One word to describe her? Fierce.
21:08: Leon takes charge of Team Leon-trepeneur (yes, we're still calling them that). He describes himself as a "fast food entrepreneur". We think that means a pizza delivery boy. "I don't have to shout to be heard," he coos. What was that Leon? Sorry we didn't catch it.... ho, ho, ho.
21:04: Lord Sugar gives the candidates an early morning wake-up call via computer video call. We get the first glimpses of the contestants in their bedroom attire - always a highlight of any series for pervier viewers. Lord Sugar explains the task - develop and app and flog it - but sadly nobody takes the opportunity to slam the computer screen down for a giggle.
21:02: A quick recap of last night's show kicks things off. Poor old Edward. He wants to start an Afghan curry business, bless him.
20:59: Dramatic strings. Lots of "blaaardy, blaaardy, blaaardys". Shots of people in suits dashing around the streets of London. Yes, it's The Apprentice time.
20:55: Welcome to night two of The Apprentice 2011. Well done for choosing DS as your friend and port of call for the evening. A wise decision. Feel free to join in the fun by posting your views at the bottom of the page or on Twitter (@dsrealitybites). Tonight's task is about designing and selling a mobile phone app, so expect appalling concepts, stuttering speeches and yet another boardroom bust-up. Show us what you've got Shugs.
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