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Heated up in the Board Room

I'm a huge fan of Celebrity Apprentice - I have to admit that I was beyond thrilled that Lou Ferrigno was finally fired and remained fired after telling Donald Trump, “Take it back!”

I really didn't know how much more I could take of Lou doing practically nothing in each task, and then throwing people on his team under the bus in the board room. But tonight he picked the wrong one to try and take down - Lisa Lampanelli. Come on, she makes her living chewing people up and spitting them out. I can't believe Lou even started that fight. He kept whining that Lisa called him a "f---ing loser" after Dee Snider was fired. Who cares, get over it! I wanted him to be fired just for being a cry baby and tattling... what are you, two?

He moved on to say, "Lisa's lucky not to be a man tonight, because I would throw her right through that wall."

Lisa was quick to say, "If you physically threaten me again, there's going to be a problem."

"I don't fight with women," he says. "If you were a man, you'd go straight through that wall."

Photo credit:  NBC 
Okay, we all know you're the Hulk, yes you have muscles, but winning a task is an entire different story. I say good-bye and good riddance.

The next person on my wish list to be fired is Aubrey O’Day - I am so sick of her know it all pompous attitude. Arsenio Hall probably should of been more tactful when he called her out the week before, but I totally get it. Remember even P Diddy got sick of her.

Can't wait to see what next weeks episode has to offer... previews show Lisa is using her best weapon... her mouth.


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