So, with a double bill and a plot twist straight out of Tom and Jerry, this time around the apprentices will not compete to be hired but to gain an investment of £250k from Lord Sacch(arine) for their own business. But some things don’t change and again we are presented with an ardent and earnest crew who don’t see the world as we normal people do. It’s time, yet again, to forget the benefits of family, friends, social life and the rest of things ‘humanity’, for as someone said, it’s all about winning in business and that’s all that matters. (But it’s good to sneak in a slot with a decent hair stylist & make-up artist, plus a pedicure and manicure, and some shopping for fab clothes when you can. Learning how to pull a small piece of luggage with deportment and ease also helps.) And no one’s the potential ‘apprentice’ now, all are potential ‘partners’. Not that you’d see that from some of the behaviour.
With so many people in the early episodes, I won’t go into detail. Let’s just look at some of the stars/highlights.