Rod Blagojevich FIRED On 'Celebrity Apprentice'
Rod Blagojevich has been fired...again.
On the fourth episode of Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice," former Illinois governor Blagojevich took the reigns and became "project manager." Trump sent him to Orlando to check out a presentation of an upcoming Universal Studios "Harry Potter" attraction, and his inability to use email or text message to communicate with his team in New York ended up putting him in front of the firing squad.
The team was told to create an interactive 3-D experience for a group of die-hard "Harry Potter" fans, while selling Universal Studio's new attraction.
The men's team lost for the third straight week. To viewers, it was likely because Blagojevich gave his team little-to-no direction. As viewers saw last week, Blago is basically unable to use a computer or send a text message. While in Orlando, he could not call his team on the phone while he was around Victoria's Secret model Selita Ebanks--the project manager for the women's team--without her disovering his team's "strategy," which was virtually nonexistent on his end.
When asked by Trump to choose someone to be fired, Blago pretty much said anyone but himself and Poison singer Bret Michaels.
"I was not gonna sell out Bret," he said.
After his entire team (aside from Michaels) told Trump Blago was to blame for the communication lapse, he was fired.
"I got the boot," Blago told cameras in the car leaving Trump Tower.
Trump seemed sad to see Blagojevich go, saying that he felt "sorry" for him and that he had "a lot of courage."
Watch a clip from tonight's episode here: