Here we go again—Donald Trump will be busy saying “you’re fired” to whoever it is that messed up.  But that what we get with The Celebrity Apprentice anyway.  On its second season, it’s still that heady mix of intense mind games, convoluted strategies, backfired plans, fighting contestants—and, as with the last season, a little bit of eye candy.  Part, of hopefully all, of the assistance comes from here at BuddyTV, and right below are all the links to our coverage of the show.  We’ll be here for the next few months.  Here’s hoping you are, too.

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Fired Contestants

Andrew Dice Clay
Known as one of the most controversial comedians of all time, Dice was known for his admittedly offensive humor.  His notoriety quickly fizzled in the 1990s, only to return in the VH1 reality series Dice: Undisputed.
Scott Hamilton
Despite his small height, Scott has established himself as one of the world’s best figure skaters, memorably for his gold medal-winning performance at the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo.  Later part of the Stars on Ice tour, he holds a spot in the Olympics Hall of Fame. Tom Green
Tom made a name for himself through MTV”s The Tom Green Show, which led to a wide-ranging career on film and television, both in front and behind the camera.  After battling testicular cancer, he currently heads his own online talk show, Tom Green’s House Tonight. Claudia Jordan
Currently part of NBC’s Deal or No Deal, Claudia was a former beauty queen, representing Rhode Island twice in her land.  She went on to appear on several television shows, including stints on The Price is Right and Entertainment Tonight.

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Annie Duke
Annie is known as one of the best professional poker players in the world, having won numerous World Series of Poker events.  She also served as poker coach to stars such as Ben Affleck and Ashton Kutcher.
Brande Roderick | Exclusive Interview
Once Playboy‘s Playmate of the Year, Brande is also known for her appearances in Baywatch.  Apart from occasional television appearances, both as a host and actress, she heads her own production company, She-Ra Productions.
Brian McKnight
Brian established himself as one of America’s most soulful voices; his prolific career as a singer and songwriter is marked by him albums shifting millions of copies.  He is also a stage actor, radio and television host.
Clint Black
Clint’s prolific career as a singer and songwriter began in the late 1980s, when his debut album met critical and commercial acclaim.  The multi-instrumentalist saw many of his songs have been country radio hits, due to his profound lyrics. Dennis Rodman
Dennis is known for his towering presence as an NBA player, rising through the ranks as one of the league’s best defensive players.  Off-court, he’s equally controversial, with a career spanning from acting to professional wrestling. Herschel Walker
Herschel is perhaps one of the best football players of his time, with an illustrious career starting from his college days.  A Heisman Trophy winner and member of the College Football Hall of Fame, he currently operates his own food service line. Jesse James
From his beginning as a custom motorcycle builder, Jesse became a television personality, thanks to his shows for the Discovery Channel, most famously Monster Garage.  He is also a resturateur, clothing line entrepreneur and husband to Sandra Bullock. Joan Rivers
Joan’s prolific career has spanned almost five decades, beginning from her years as a comedian and television host.  Best known for her red carpet specials, she is also an author, jewelry designer, stage actress, playwright and columnist. Khloe Kardashian
Catapulted to fame as the sister of Kim Kardashian, Khloe was introduced through the reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians.  Her sassy, frank personality also manifests in her running Dash, a high-end women’s boutique. Melissa Rivers
Melissa is known as co-host to her mother Joan’s red carpet specials, although her experience in television goes further, as a producer and host of her own television specials.  The University of Pennsylvania graduate is also an accomplished equestrian. Natalie Gulbis
Professional golfer Natalie has climbed her way up the LPGA’s money list, recently winning at the 2007 Evian Masters.  One of the most recognizable faces of golf today, she has appeared in her own line of calendars, written for FHM, and appeared in her own reality show. Tionne Watkins
Tionne was the lead singer of TLC, the musical group that reached its heyday in the 1990s with millions of albums sold.  She’s also reached similar success as an actress, author and producer, and was part of People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People list.

-Henrik Batallones, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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Henrik Batallones

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