CANDIDATES STRUT THEIR BEST "PUTT" ON NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE" MARCH 3, 9-10PM ET
"Law & Order: Trial By Jury" Preview Follows "The Apprentice" from 10-11pm ET
NEW YORK -- March 1, 2005 -- The remaining 11 candidates on NBC's "The Apprentice" encounter the world of miniature golf as Trump sends them out to "putt" their best foot forward (March 3, 9-10pm ET). Each team must build and operate a miniature golf business at Chelsea Piers and the team with the most revenue wins.
NBC's newest edition of "Law & Order," "Law & Order: Trial By Jury" makes its network debut following "The Apprentice" at 10pm ET.
Tensions immediately flare between John and Audrey on "Net Worth" and that team attempts to alleviate the discord by bonding together and dividing the labor. One team creates a safari theme while the other dresses like clowns; both tactics draw plenty of children to the courses.
Trump seems to have the most fun as he treats the winning team to a round of golf at his fabulous new course in Bedminster, NJ. He surprises the winners by arriving via helicopter, landing on the course, and bonding with the team for the whole afternoon.
Carolyn Kepcher returns to the boardroom after a two-week business trip while her colleague, Ashley Cooper, Chairman of Trump National Golf Club at Bedminster replaces George Ross who is away on a business trip.
"MAGNA": Stephanie, Bren, Erin, Kendra, and Alex
"NET WORTH": John, Audrey, Angie, Chris, Tana, and Craig.
Week 7 Exemption: Alex
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump and Jay Bienstock are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.