A band of TV writers at The Digital Fix got together to discuss this year's TV highs and lows. Do you agree with our choices?
The Final. Joseph v Vana. Prime Time Plumbing v DatePlay. Who will triumph to become Lord Sugar's business partner?
The Business Plan Interviews, a chance to watch the candidates' hopes and dreams be ripped to shreds
Tasked with creating healthy snacks, this was a final chance to impress as PM. Would anyone actually take it?
Tasked with becoming sales executives for luxury London properties, it all proved too much for one candidate
Games, activities, cake, goodie bags. Kid's birthday parties can't be THAT hard to organise, can they?
Buy stock, sell it, restock, sell again. It was that simple as the teams opened up their own discount stores in Manchester
This week would prove just how handy the candidates are, particularly with a paintbrush and power washer as Handymen
This week's task, design a children's book and audiobook aimed at 3-5 year olds. Hardly child's play.
A trip to the Pet Show this week with bespoke cat towers and luxurious dog sofas to sell but who would be shown the door?
The teams were split between Calais and Kent putting their negotiating skills and logistics to the test. Let the bargaining begin
The Apprentice double-header continued as girls went against boys producing a marketing campaign for cactus enriched shampoo. Things got prickly
Lord Sugar is back and this time he has Claude with him the whole time. This should be fun, first up is Fish Week
After 11 gruelling weeks Lord Sugar would now pick his business partner, it's The Apprentice Final
It's the Interview episode of The Apprentice so let the squirming begin.
Premium Puddings this week on The Apprentice but whose dessert would prove disastrous?
Time for the Random Items episode but who would try to fool Lord Sugar?
Foldable wellies, hot tubs and hanging chairs were on show at the Farmers Market, bickering too.
Go big or go home as The Apprentice went Stateside for soft drinks