Skip to Main Content
Skip to Main Navigation
Skip to Footer
Sign in / Register
TV On Demand
Film on TV
Film On Demand
E10 of 12
Series 12 - Episode 10
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Pinterest
Share on Google Plus
Share on Reddit
Email to a friend
After all this time, the candidates are still magnificently inept at pitching their ideas. This week they contradict each other, fumble with props, waffle and flat-out lie in front of the various potential clients — and still get orders for thousands of (nonexistent, imaginary) pounds. Maybe that’s because what they’re flogging is gin.
In a task that would normally be a winners’ treat, they have to mix up a new brand of gin, which for some involves very thorough research. (“You must have been as researched as a newt,” chides Lord Sugar.) And when the results are announced, one winning candidate can’t help bursting out: “Final five! Final five!” Yes, next up: the interviews.
Alan Sugar tasks the entrepreneurs to produce their own brand of gin, complete with an eye-catching bottle and a matching cocktail. With the final in sight, the candidates are all out to impress and they battle for the chance to be the last project manager. However, once they decide and half the teams head off to the distilleries, one lot get a little too much into the spirit of things - and when the hangover hits during the pitch, any hint of personality dries up. For the others, an argument leaves one hopeful with a bitter taste in their mouth. But who will be getting a free taxi ride home?
Cast & Crew
Full Episode Guide
Who was fired from The Apprentice?
A disastrous robotics task left one team lagging *way* behind with the profits, and spelled disaster for this candidate...
The Apprentice 2017: the weekly results
Meet Apprentice candidate Harrison Jones: "My mum used to tell me I was the chosen one”
Meet Apprentice candidate Sarah-Jayne Clark: "I don't trust people. I just think they're fake"
Meet Apprentice candidate James White: his hobby is white collar boxing
Meet Apprentice candidate Bushra Shaikh: "In the words of Destiny’s Child, I’m an independent woman""
Meet Apprentice candidate Joanna Jarjue: "If you underestimate me I might just bite"
Meet Apprentice candidate Michaela Wain: the construction expert who "can't cope with lazy people"
Meet Apprentice candidate Elliot Van Emden: the "Tory Boy" who worked for David Cameron
Meet Apprentice candidate Sarah Lynn: the sweets entrepreneur who compares herself to Margaret Thatcher
Meet Apprentice candidate Andrew Brady: "I'm Clark Kent meets Gok Wan"
Where is the Apprentice 2017 house?