I Spy an Ex-Apprentice Contender

December 12, 2008 at 11:34 am 4 comments

pc050009Nothing like the Lakers to bring out the greatest reality TV villain of all time. It’s been years since Omarosa was on The Apprentice, but that didn’t stop me from still feeling mad at her for that one task where she claimed to have a concussion after a chip of plaster hit her head.

pc050010Getting the evil eye for my paparazzi skills.

pc050011Yep, it’s definitely her.

pc050026Now, onto some more shady interesting characters. Here we have Kobe Bryant on the floor.

pc050031To the right of Kobe’s right elbow, there are three Redskins players in the front row. White men most likely answering to the name Chet made a habit of running up to them at every time out to talk game.

pc050035Gilbert Arenas, the star of our humble local team, may be out for the season but it doesn’t stop him from dressing in this early 20th century banker’s ensemble.

pc050013Michael Wilbon, Washington Post columnist and Pardon the Interruption host.

pc0500231This might explain why the Wizards haven’t been winning much these days.

pc0500241They are too busy checking out the Kiss Cam.


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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. lowdogg  |  December 12, 2008 at 11:38 am

    Omarosa is kind of terrifying. Too bad about the Apprentice. Used to be a good show.

    I love Wilbon.

  • 2. LeMare  |  December 12, 2008 at 2:32 pm

    95% of the time I go to a game, my blood pressure raises during the kiss cam segment. Guess I need to rethink the people I go to games with 🙂

    JL, you are quite the sleuth. Omarosa and I have the same jeans, I’m noticing… Though we seem to fill them out differently.

  • 3. lowdogg  |  December 12, 2008 at 2:44 pm


  • 4. critts  |  December 15, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    No one can get my blood boiling like Omarosa (except Spencer Pratt, of course).


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