THE Apprentice fans have labeled the show a fix for claiming the “wrong person” has been sent home again.
The boys’ team lost another assignment this week and the project manager, Aaron Willis, was dragged back into the boardroom with Connor Gilsenan and Nick Shoeling.
Viewers thought Aaron was an idiot because his idea was to create a children’s toothbrush that looks like a sorcerer’s wand – which ends up being “a toothbrush”. “.
But Probationer The candidate who blamed the sales win wasn’t on Connor’s decision to make their character, Wiffy The Wizard, a boy instead of sexist.
Aaron fought tooth and nail for his place and despite Lord Sugar’s brush-like smack, Connor was sent off to pack.
Viewers were uproar on Twitter about the business mogul’s decision.
One shouted: “THE GOD THAT B ***** D LOSSED MY HEAD BLOOD AARON SHOULD GO”
Another said: “Aaron should have gone. For the second week in a row, the wrong man was fired.”
Another raged: “When you make a product called whiffy and you design it like a vase. How the hell did Aaron survive? #Fix #TheApprentice”
Connor later played badass on Apprentice’s You’re Fired TV show.
He told host Tom Allen: “I think I’m going to have a pretty good case of unfair dismissal but I don’t like going up against Lord Sugar in the courtroom after the boardroom.”
Asked if he thinks Aaron should be released, the Irishman added: “That’s right.”
However, he admits that the pressure of the mission created a perfect storm and it was easy to make mistakes.
Reminiscing about his time on BBC One, Connor said: “It was brutal. When he spoke to me for the first time the first day I sat down in the chair, the whole thing was quite bizarre and believable. be afraid.
“I’m so glad I got to experience the show as a huge fan. I always sit there and say, ‘how can they be so stupid?’
“And then Wiffy showed up!
“A product that looks like a poop, is kept in the toilet, and is called Whiffy.”
Connor also revealed that his business plan is a mobile bar that serves alcoholic beverages across the country and that he is getting ready for his new career.
Last week, Harry Mahmood – who was on the popular show alongside 15 other hopefuls in an attempt to secure a £250,000 investment in their business – became the first to get a win when his team lost challenges.
He was sent home despite the team losing to a logo made by Akeem Bundu-Kamara for a cruise ship that was brown and green and looked like poo.
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