The Apprentice is an American reality game show hosted by real estate magnate, businessman and television personality Donald Trump. The show is broadcast on NBC and created by English television producer Mark Burnett. The series is the U.S. version and the original in what is a television show franchise known as The Apprentice. Billed as "The Ultimate Job Interview", the U.S. version stars sixteen to eighteen business people competing in an elimination competition. The prize is a one-year, $250,000 starting contract to run one of Trump's companies. Each episode typically ends with Trump eliminating one of the contestants with the words, "You're fired" (which has become a locution of the program and Trump).
Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth: Kwame could take me, but if he does, I'm gonna have to eat my "brutha" up.
David Gould: I take solace in the fact that I have a higher IQ than the other fifteen contestants, which just goes to show you that there's little correlation between IQ and success in lemonade sales.
Heidi Bressler: (Showing a piece to a potential buyer) Someone comes into your house, you got a toilet tank here.
Potential Buyer: ...So, you're supposed to put this over a toilet?
Meghan Boody (artist): ...This is a cast-iron fireplace cover.
Heidi Bressler: (voice-over) So what, I made a mistake? I didn't know. I'm gonna sell it as a toilet bowl. It looked like a damn toilet bowl to me.