This week, another candidate gets fired, but who will it be? In his search for "The Apprentice," Sir Alan Sugar gives his candidates the challenge of designing a new product. But there's a catch: it's for the most difficult of consumers, kids aged 5-9. A toy manufacturer is on hand to help, but the teams have two days in which to come up with an original idea.
Children are the toughest markets to crack and Sugar shows he's the toughest of bosses to impress.
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