Posted by TV_Critic (U15531792) on Saturday, 8th December 2012
Lord Sugar and Andrew Tindall really missed a great opportunity. Andrew was on the right track with Chameleon, he just didn't know how to market it. Contrary to popular belief, chameleons don't change color to disguise themselves, they change color to impress the opposite sex! See:
Andrew could have won this challenge easily. While Maria's team was on the right track to use sex to sell their product, there's no way they would have won if Andrew and his team used the power of chameleons to sell the idea of males using the hair gel to make themselves attractive to women. Andrew could have become a hero for overturning a long-held misconception and creating an exciting new ad campaign.
Oh well, maybe someone else can run with the idea.
Posted by Will (U14718142) on Saturday, 8th December 2012
Personally, I think the wrong team won, Don't understand how Patrick is still in the process!
Posted by Guv-nor __ Demanding chocolate with menaces (U7476305) on Saturday, 8th December 2012
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