The Apprentice (U.S. season 3)

The Apprentice (U.S. season 3)

Infobox Television The Apprentice
season_name = The Apprentice 3
first_aired = January 20, 2005
last_aired = May 5, 2005
filming_started = October 2004
filming_completed = November 2004
winner = Kendra Todd
number_candidates = 18
number_episodes = 17
previous_season = The Apprentice 2
next_season = The Apprentice 4
teams = Magna and Net Worth

"The Apprentice 3" is the third season of "The Apprentice". It premiered January 20 2005 on NBC. In this season, two groups of nine were divided into "book smarts" (who took the name Magna Corp) and "street smarts" (called Net Worth) referring to those with and without a college education. This replaced the "Battle of the Sexes" concept used on The Apprentice and The Apprentice 2.

This was also the last season to land in the Top 20 Nielson ratings, ranking at #15, with an average of 13.96 million viewers.


The Net Worth team contained four men and five women, and the Magna Corp team contained five men and four women. Trump stated that "You just have to be business-smart," no matter what kind of smarts you have. See the candidates page for specific details on the candidates. Trump also pointed out one other major difference between the two groups - those with only a high school diploma earn three times as much as the college grads. Stephanie suggested Magna for the team name. It was short for "magna cum laude", which means "with distinction" and is often used as a title for high achieving graduates. Tara suggested Net Worth.

:colorbox|navy The contestant hired the competition:colorbox|cornflowerblue The contestant won as project manager on his/her team:colorbox|orange The contestant lost as project manager on his/her team:colorbox|pink The contestant called at the final boardroom:colorbox|tomato The contestant was fired:colorbox|magenta The contestant lost as project manager and was fired:colorbox|gray The contestant quit the competition


Week 1: Whopper 101

*Airdate: January 20, 2005
*Hosting Company: Burger King
*Magna project manager: Todd
*Net Worth project manager: John
*Project: To promote a brand-new hamburger product from Burger King.
*Winning team: Net Worth
**Reward for Winning: Dinner with Trump at the famed Club 21 restaurant.
*Losing team: Magna
**Final Boardroom: Alex, Todd, and Danny
**Fired: Todd, for making poor decisions (particularly assigning only two people to work the registers during the busy lunch hour) and being a very ineffective leader.
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Week 2: Motel 666

*Airdate: January 27, 2005
*Hosting Company: Yahoo!
*Magna project manager: Michael
*Net Worth project manager: Brian
*Project: To renovate a motel requiring a mandatory guest review on a local Yahoo! site.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: An evening of dinner, drinks, and cigars with businessman Steve Forbes aboard his yacht.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: No nominations, no "Internal Executive Review"
**Fired: Brian, for wasting money on many replacement toilets, not having a budget, being an incompetent leader, and for saying Trump should fire him. Although the episode made it seem like there was more debate after Brian requested his termination, Donald Trump said at that point that Brian was finished. He then questioned the other team members about issues and problems not related to Brian, before picking up the thread and telling Brian to get lost.
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Week 3: Trouble is Brewing

*Airdate: February 3, 2005
*Quit: Verna. From the second episode, it was noticeable that Verna had lost her motivation to continue in the process. Danny asked the team if it was OK for Verna to sit out the Week 3 challenge, but the team was not OK with the idea and asked what would happen if they lost and had to go to the Boardroom. Verna then opted to resign for unspecified personal reasons. This was the first time someone opted to voluntary discharge from The Apprentice. It would happen again on The Apprentice (U.S. season 6) with Michelle Sorro.
*Hosting Company: Nestlé
*Magna Project Manger: Danny
*Net Worth project manager: Angie
*Project: To promote Nestlé's premium coffee brand, Nescafé Taster's Choice.
*Winning team: Net Worth
**Reward: A ride on a helicopter with a view of New York City from above.
*Losing team: Magna
**Sent to boardroom: Stephanie, Danny, and Michael
*Fired: Danny, for being too polite and conciliatory while in charge and bringing Michael (who was exempt because of his win as Project Manager) back to the boardroom in an unsuccessful attempt to get him fired anyway.
**This episode features the first time in "Apprentice" history that a contestant quit (Verna).
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Week 4: Soap Dopes

*Airdate: February 10, 2005
*Task sponsor: Dove and Deutsch, Inc.
*Task scope: To create an advertising campaign for a new product from Dove: Cool Moisture Body Wash.
*Magna project manager: Erin
*Net Worth project manager: Kristen
*Both Magna and Net Worth "failed the task"—Both teams are asked to return back to the boardroom
**Sent to boardroom: Erin, Michael, Bren (Magna), Tana, Kristen, and Audrey (Net Worth). Erin's defense of her team's effort impressed Trump, who said that no one from Magna was going to be fired. This then put Tana, Kristen and Audrey on the hot seat.
**Fired: Kristen, for not holding her team together, making a key mistake during the commercial filming (having one of the male models use the body wash in a way that was disgusting and made it look unappealing) and losing the post-task Boardroom team defense to Erin.
**This episode features the first time in "Apprentice" history that there are no winners and no rewards due to both teams completely failing at the task.
**While Net Worth's marathon runner commercial was a failure on "The Apprentice 3", the same concept was used on a commercial in France for Mennen Sport.
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Week 5: Airstream of Consciounsness

*Airdate: February 17, 2005
*Sponsor: Visa USA and Airstream
*Magna project manager: Bren
*Net Worth project manager: Tana
*Project: To create their own mobile service business with the help of Visa and Airstream.
*Winning team: Net Worth
**Reward for Winning: $20,000 shopping spree for pearls at Mikimoto.
*Losing team: Magna
**Final Boardroom: Stephanie, Michael, and Bren
**Fired: Michael, for the lasting impact of loafing during the Week 3 task, and for interrupting Bren's Boardroom explanation of why Stephanie deserved to be fired.
**Change in Judges: Jill Cremer (for Carolyn)
**This was the last time Net Worth won a competition.
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Week 6: The Writing on the Wall

*Airdate: February 24, 2005
*Sponsor: Sony Electronics and Sony PlayStation
*Magna project manager: Alex
*Net Worth project manager: Tara
*Project: To create a graffiti advertisement in Harlem for Sony PlayStation 2's new racing simulator game, "Gran Turismo 4".
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Photo shoot for individual portraits with a world-famous photographer.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Audrey, Tara, and Craig.
**Fired: Tara, for ignoring the Sony executives' wishes and producing an inoffensive but useless final ad, even though John and Chris both said that Audrey should have been fired.
*Special notes:
**Change in Judges: Jill Cremer (for Carolyn)
**This is the start of Net Worth's Major losing streak.
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Week 7: Project Putt-putt

*Airdate: March 3, 2005
*Sponsor: Golfing segment of The Trump Organization
*Magna project manager: Stephanie
*Net Worth project manager: Audrey
*Project: To build a miniature golf course and attract the most business.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Golf game with Trump and Christy Kerr.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Craig, John, Audrey, and Angie
***John was disrespectful of Audrey and maintained a poor attitude through the task, which did not unnoticed by guest Observer Ashley Cooper.
**Fired: Audrey, for not having good leadership skills and losing her team's respect. She also brought her only ally Angie to the final boardroom and didn't explain why, leading Angie to angrily state that Audrey deserved to be fired.
*Special notes:
**Change in Judges: Ashley Cooper (for George)
**Chris was lambasted for chewing tobacco in his clown costume.
**Kendra cut Net Worth off at the knees by doing exclusive promotion deals to place her flyers at many other kid-friendly establishments.
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Week 8: Bling it On

*Airdate: March 10, 2005
*Hosting Company: FUSE TV, a cable-TV channel
*Magna project manager: Kendra
*Net Worth project manager: Chris
*Project: To run a charity auction where the bidders will get special attention/prizes from famous music stars.
*Winning team: Magna. Before the project began, PMs Chris and Kendra were assigned to send two people from their current team to the other side. Kendra sent Erin and Stephanie to Net Worth, while Chris shipped Tana and Craig over to Magma.
**Reward for Winning: None, since this was a charity episode.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Chris, John, and Erin
**Fired: John, for bad negotiations and continued sexism; John later claimed that Donald Trump expressed a wish to fire Stephanie (who had immunity from her week 7 PM win) but this has never been confirmed.
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Mid-Season Highlights: What You Didn't See ...

*Airdate: March 17, 2005
*This episode featured unaired footage from the first eight weeks. Among other new details:
**The Net Worth team struggled while learning how to use Burger King's computerized order system.
**Kendra found a great bargain on furniture, but Michael's decision to have Bren and Danny pick it up instead of paying for delivery led them to bad-mouth him as they got lost on the winding roads of New Jersey.
**Brian gave a post-firing interview where he declared that he did a great job on his task and Donald Trump should hire him anyway.
**Michael and Stephanie both annoy their teammates with their poor attitudes during the Airstream task.
**After Stephanie is cast off of Magna by Kendra, Chris asks Donald Trump if he can send her back; as everyone but Stephanie laughs heartily, Trump says no, but also that he'll remember the request.
**Tana asks Erin, who was cut from Magna to Net Worth along with Stephanie, if Erin and Stephanie will trade bedrooms so that each set of traded competitors (Tana and Craig are the other one) can be near their new teams. Erin was angered by the request and said no.

Week 9: Pandora's Box

*Airdate: March 24, 2005
*Hosting Company: Home Depot
*Magna project manager: Craig
*Net Worth project manager: Angie
*Project: To create a short presentation/event for Home Depot.
**Magna: Craig decides Magna should make a box. Alex, Bren, Kendra, and Tana think this is a horrible idea with no imagination and drag their feet for a long time. Craig winds up alone building the box in Home Depot. Eventually they come around and kick in. Their presentation ends up being a big draw for kids, because they can finger paint and draw on the boxes and build it with their parents.
**Net Worth: Net Worth decides to build a mobile kitchen island. Angie decided not to make Erin the presenter because of her bad attitude earlier; Erin said she doesn't know anything about Home Depot, and Angie felt she isn't participating. Their presentation flops as Chris puts the top on upside down, and the short presentation winds up being more than 20 minutes long. The crucial factor, in the eyes of the expert assessors, was that in a clinic it is vital to have customer involvement, but here the team did the assembly themselves.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Taking a ride in a Zero-G jet, simulating weightlessness in space.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Chris, Angie, and Erin
***Trump says Erin should have been the presenter and is considering firing Angie (even though George and Carolyn advised against it). Trump talks about always listening to George and Carolyn when Erin says "Do you have to?" in a flirtatious manner, winking at Trump. This sets off Carolyn who says "That was a dumb statement". Trump says, "You're a real wise guy" to Erin, and then fires her.
**Fired: Erin, for not contributing anything during the task, attempting to flirt with Trump in the boardroom and being openly disrespectful to Carolyn and George.
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Week 10: The Pie's the Limit

*Airdate: March 31, 2005
*Hosting Company: Domino's Pizza
*Magna project manager: Bren
*Net Worth project manager: Stephanie
*Project: To create a new pizza for Domino's Pizza, and sell it from a mobile street trailer.
**Magna: Tana brings out her Italian cooking knowledge and builds a nice design. Magna did well because they decided to sell to the city banks who would give them big orders.
**Net Worth: Chris and Alex sell a bunch of advanced-order pizzas to a construction site near where the task starts. Unfortunately the actual selling site the next day winds up being across town. There are so many pizzas that it takes two people to carry them on the subway. Stephanie decides to go do this personally and apologizes to the workers because she feels it is a failure of honor to have the pizzas get there late. While Stephanie is gone from the pizza making site, Chris gets in a fight with Alex, Alex asserts himself, Chris makes aggressive statements. Later on during discussion Stephanie uses the word "threat", which Alex then agrees is what happened. Stephanie tries to use all this in the boardroom to get Chris fired, but doesn't process that Alex explicitly says he won't only be targeting Chris in the Boardroom. The marketing street workers that Net Worth hires mill around and do not hit the hot spots, focusing their energies on the NYU campus which has people around at lunch but is not as busy as the business areas that Magna succeeds with.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Having breakfast with Trump in his gold-plated palace apartment.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Alex, Stephanie, and Chris
***Carolyn made it clear that she wanted Chris to go because she was concerned about his volatility. However, while Trump was upset at Chris's performance, he was more concerned about Stephanie's poor leadership skills and her inability to handle difficult people (especially Chris). This caused Trump to fire Stephanie instead of Chris as the ability to overlook subordinates is an important task for a Project Manager. In addition, Alex said he would prefer to work with Chris instead of Stephanie, saying she was bad at every task and her performance here was only good by comparison.
**Fired: Stephanie, for the bad decision with the construction site delievery, lack of overall leadership, and lingering disdain for her efforts stemming from earlier in the season.
**Team Reassignments: Alex, from Magna to Net Worth
**Both teams use 'meatballs' as Pizza toppings since Trump said he likes meatballs.
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Week 11: Seams Stress

*Airdate: April 7, 2005
*Sponsor: American Eagle and Sony
*Magna project manager: Tana
*Net Worth project manager: Alex
*Project: To create some kind of 'high tech' modifications to clothing for American Eagle Outfitters company.
**Magna: Magna does more research than Net Worth, figuring out that the gadget the market most wants is the cell phone. Tana tries to keep a positive attitude, even when Bren and Craig bring back clothing that has been manhandled by the silkscreen shop, with paint blobs and a backwards logo on one of the items.
**Net Worth: Angie feels that Alex assigned her too many tasks, pointing out the white board where she has over 15 things to do while he has one. She runs out of time and doesn't prepare for the presentation well. Angie guesses that the gadget the market most wants is the iPod. There is chaos as the presentation approaches and one of the models forgets to bring their clothing. Angie stammers in the presentation, repeats sentences and reads off cue cards.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Shopping at Bergdorf Goodman
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Chris, Angie, and Alex
***Carolyn criticises Chris while Michelle criticises Angie. Trump says that Chris and Angie have both been there six times. Trump goes on to attack Angie, while saying that Alex had done well but was brought down by these two 'losers'. Trump asks her "did you choke", to which, after much hasseling from Trump, she replies "yes", and she's fired. Carolyn was visibly disgusted by this decision. Trump says, afterwards, "I don't want chokers in my organisation". Later in the Taxi Cab Angie says she wants everyone to know that she "didn't choke".
**Fired: Angie, for allegedly choking during the presentation.
*Special notes:
**Change in Judges: Michelle Scarbrough (a [ Trump Organization] staff attorney) (for George)
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Week 12: A Lonely Drive

*Airdate: April 14, 2005
*Sponsor: Pontiac and General Motors
*Magna project manager: Kendra
*Net Worth project manager: Chris
*Project: To prepare a sales brochure for the Pontiac Solstice car.
**Magna: Magna comes up with a round brochure that looks very interesting and unique and has spaces for a CD and business cards. Its theme is the emotions that the car engenders. Pontiac is so impressed that they decide to use the brochures in their stores. However Tana and Craig go to sleep before it is done (a decision that ended up haunting Tana later on, as she openly stated she was not going to pull an all-nighter because she couldn't be fired anyway), leaving Kendra to finish it all. In the presentation to Pontiac, Tana tries to unjustifiably take over speaking duties from Kendra but Kendra fends her off and they end up teaming up for a good result.
**Net Worth: Net Worth's brochure has boring writing and looks generic. The lead photograph of the car is blurred with the intention of conveying speed. In the presentation to Pontiac, Chris gets nervous and stumbles over his lines, making up new words like 'interiorally and exteriorally'.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: A basketball shoot-around at Madison Square Garden with Isiah Thomas and the New York Knicks.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Alex, Bren, and Chris
***George rages on their 'fuzzy picture'. Alex says Bren's writing is boring. Bren defends his writing by saying Alex should have told him the problem sooner. Trump starts grilling Chris about why he has been in the boardroom losing so much. Chris doesn't flip out but admits that they lost. Donald asks George and Carolyn who they would fire and they both say Chris. This, and a seven week losing streak, seals Chris's fate. He starts crying when he is fired. Trump calls him back and says he is a good kid and to stop chewing tobacco and watch his temper.
**Fired: Chris, for his 7-week losing streak.
*Special notes:
**Team Reassignments: Bren, from Magna to Net Worth
**Tana leaves Kendra alone to work on the Solstice ad and cites her Immunity. George Ross would jump on this point during the final episode when Kendra and Tana were the Final 2.
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Week 13: I Can't Believe It's Not Clutter

*Airdate: April 21, 2005
*Hosting Company: Staples
*Magna project manager: Craig
*Net Worth project manager: Alex
*Project: To design an office organizer for Staples and successfully present it to a focus group of Staples executives and managers.
**Magna: Magna (Craig, Kendra, and Tana) creates a space-saving, efficient desk organizer (See 'Special notes' below) in spite of continued conflict between Craig and Kendra, almost all of it initiated by Craig. They held face-to-face meetings with the Staples executives and a group of managers as a focus group.
**Net Worth: Net Worth created a space-wasting, awkwardly-arranged invention (basically, a mobile second desk) that paled in comparison to Magna's space-friendly and efficient invention. In fact, Magna's invention has easier access to 'things' as opposed to Net Worth's invention. Alex had decided to dispense with face-to-face meetings, to save time, but Bren was unable to set up a focus group conference call.
*Winning team: Magna
**Reward for Winning: Breakfast at the Rainbow Room with George and Carolyn
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Alex and Bren
***George is embarrassed at both Alex and Bren for poor invention skills, although Alex and Bren thought they had a better-looking product. The focus of this boardroom was that Alex and Bren's invention took up too much space, plus all the papers and supplies had to be placed in an awkwardly inconvenient matter. Carolyn pointed out the design/invention flaws during the boardroom. Donald, George, and Carolyn apparently were not happy with the difficulty of use arising from this "Packrat" invention idea Alex and Bren had.
***Alex showed his killer instinct in the boardroom while Bren let slip that he does not like to take risks at all. This caught the attention of Trump; Bren was therefore fired for his inability to take risks.
**Fired: Bren, for his unwillingness to take risks and Trump's recognition that he was simply not as business-tested as the other candidates.
*Special notes:
**Trump stated that regardless of the outcome of this task, because the interview is entering its final stages, no further exemptions would be issued.
**You can now purchase Magna's invention (officially dubbed and released as "The Desk Apprentice") at Staples stores everywhere or through [ Staples Online] for about $29.99 USD.
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Week 14: Bedazzled by a Beefy T

*Airdate: April 28, 2005
*Hosting Company: Hanes
*Magna project manager: Kendra
*Net Worth project manager: Tana
*Project: To design a t-shirt for Hanes celebrating their 50th anniversary, and make the most money selling the shirt.
*Winning team: Magna, in spite of Craig's continuing undercutting of Kendra. On this task, Craig second-guessed all of her decisions and gave customers a money-losing discount after Kendra clearly told him to not slide the price.
**Reward for Winning: Engaging in a Dogfight in two fighter planes. Kendra's plane won out over Craig's. Kendra revealed that her father had been a "Top Gun" pilot.
*Losing team: Net Worth
**Final Boardroom: Alex and Tana
**Fired: Alex, for not contributing much to the task, his 5-week losing streak, and also for saying he had only lost once as Project Manager--Donald Trump viewed Alex's statement as dishonest.
**This the end of Net Worth's major losing streak. Although Tana lost, the teams will not be called "Net Worth" or "Magna" anymore.
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Week 15: The Interviews

*Candidates: Craig, Tana, and Kendra
*Objective: Have an interview with four of Trump's executives.
*Results: Two excutives thought Tana was the best candidate while the other two thought Kendra was the best candidate. All four agreed Craig was the worst of the trio.
*Tension: When asked which teammember they liked best, both Craig and Kendra said Tana while Tana says it is Craig. Kendra's face registers slight unhappiness when Tana mentions this.
*Fired: Craig, by recommendation of the executives.

Weeks 16 and 17: The Games People Play/Into the Stretch

*Airdates: May 5, 12 and 19, 2005
**Book Smarts: Sony PlayStation, Best Buy, and Electronic Arts Sports Division
**Street Smarts: NYC 2012 Olympics Board/Committee with the City of New York
*Book Smarts Finalist: Kendra
*Street Smarts Finalist: Tana
**Book Smarts: To do the Best Buy Fight Night Promotion.
**Street Smarts: To do the NYC 2012 Athlete Challenge.
*Hired: Kendra
*Fired: Tana, for insulting her team members, failing to coordinate the NYC 2012 event as smoothly as Kendra did the Best Buy one, and acting like an idiot when she falsely claimed that all of the success on the Solstice task (the one where she and Craig left Kendra to stay up all night and produce the fanstastic final brochure) was due to her insistence that the brochure...should be round. In the shape of a circle. Really.

*Special notes:
**The one-on-one interviews aired on the first part of the May 5, 2005 episode.
**The first part of the final task was aired on May 5, 2005 after Craig's firing in the middle of Episode 15.
***During the interviews, Kendra said that she would threaten to "compete with Trump" if he didn't hire her (but he "did" hire her).
***All interviewers unanimously recommended that Craig was not suitable for the Trump Organization.
**Only time thus far in Apprentice history that final pair of competitors are both women.
**Second part of this episode was the allocation of the final tasks. Since there was one left of each original team, it also became the final Book Smarts vs Street Smarts
**Trump hired/picked the "employees" of each team. Employees hired:
***Magna Corp aka Book Smarts Team: Michael, Danny, and Erin (scatterbrains, people with a level of incompetence)
***NetWorth aka Street Smarts Team: Brian, Chris, and Kristen (worst tempered, included people who hated each other)
**Although it appeared that Tana and Kendra's "employees" were going to discuss their "employers" on the finale (based on the ending to the penultimate episode), the finale went directly to the live hiring instead. The speculation was that Tana's performance was hammered so thoroughly that the show decided not to show it, after being criticized for the endless footgage on the 2nd season of almost everyone saying that one candidate (Jennifer Massey) was much worse than the other (Kelly Perdew).
**The live finale took place in New York University
**Before the final hiring decision was made, the two potential winning tasks were announced: the renovation of a massive mansion in Palm Beach, FL, and a managing role with the Trump-owned Miss Universe Paegant. Kendra said she would like the renovation project because it fit with her real estate background and was not far from her home base in Florida, and Tana stated her preference for the Miss Universe job.
**Kendra becomes the first apprentice to stay in the same team the entire interview process.
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*Trump: "Are you not a homosexual?"
**Chris: "Sir, I am not a homosexual!"
*Michael: "I'm in this team no matter what. Let's make this vegetable porno the best vegetable porno we can possibly make — with a gay twist."
*Trump: (To Audrey) "And he is right, (referring to John) you are a beautiful, beautiful young woman. But sometimes, beauty just doesn't do it. And in this case, Audrey you're fired."
*Trump: (To Alex) "I've always said, if you hang out with losers, you become a loser. And that's what's happened to you, Alex."
*Erin: "As a former beauty queen, I know what a crown is but I don't know what crown molding is."
*Tana: "(referring to her pretzels)" "I paid for these bitches and they're coming home with me!"
* Trump: "(after watching Magna's failed Dove commercial)" "Ay-yi-yi."
*Craig: "(referring to another team member wanting to use horizontal folders in The Desk Apprentice)" "Now, if I put a horizontal folder in a vertical product, people would ask me...why did you put this horizontal folder in your vertical product?"
*Carolyn: (to Erin) "That was a dumb statement."

Additional information

* On April 10, 2005, Chris Shelton was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge in Hillsborough County, Florida, after arguing over a $20 cover charge at a bar in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. He was released on $250 bail. The charges were later dismissed. Fact|date=February 2007
* The BBC showed this series in the UK on BBC2. The first episode aired on August 30, 2006 and the series finished on October 21, 2006.
* Following the season finale, Tana appeared in commercials for the Bedazzler, the very product she insisted on obtaining in the Hanes t-shirt episode. In the commercials, "The Apprentice" is not referred to by name and is only referred to as "national television." []
* Kristen also appeared as a contestant in the 2001 Fox reality series "Murder in Small Town X", wherein she was notable for having established contentious relationships with all of her fellow contestants. She was eliminated at the end of the 7th episode.
* Kendra's winning assignment involved overseeing $25 million of renovations to the aforementioned $41 million Trump property in Palm Beach, FL. The property was recently sold to a Russian billionaire for $100 million, a drop from the initial listing of $125 million but still marking a very large profit for Trump. The billionaire said he and his family have no plans to move to Florida anytime soon.

External links

* [ NBC's official website]
* [ The Yahoo! Apprentice 3 Website] with unaired footage and detailed outcomes
* [ The Apprentice Rules] Unofficial site with a lot of information.
* [ Winner of season 3 Kendra Todd] gives a podcast interview with

Candidate websites

* [ Tara Dowell]
* [ Erin Elmore]
* [ Audrey Evans]
* [ Verna Felton]
* [ Tana Goertz]
* [ Danny Kastner]
* [ Kristen Kirchner]
* [ Brian McDowell]
* [ Angie McKnight]
* [ Stephanie Myers]
* [ Michael Tarshi]
* [ Kendra Todd]

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