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Wednesday, February 22, 2006
'Apprentice' Flop Flap: Stewart's to Blame Sorry, Martha. As one of the few guys in America to watch your "reality" show (so I could post news about our wacky local contestant), I gotta say: You can't do flowers and wedding dresses and pretty thank-you notes and expect guys not to channel-surf. Competition from Trump's Apprentice hurt yours? C'mon, TV is spinoff city.