Reality TV Show Update News - October 2005
Following the most lopsided defeat in The Apprentice history, Donald Trump fired not one, not two, but four contestants from the losing team. Josh Shaw, Jennifer Murphy, Mark Lamkin, and James Dillon were all fired after their Excel team lost by over a 100% margin during last night's The Apprentice 4 broadcast, making them the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth contestants to be eliminated from the reality competition.
Having failed to convince her tribe to vote off Survivor returnee Bobby Jon Drinkard instead of herself, Survivor: Guatemala's Yaxha tribe voted out Amy O'Hara, a 39-year-old police sergeant from Revere, Massachusetts, during last night's broadcast of the CBS reality show.
Deemed to have "strong looks" but "not enough," Kyle, a 19-year-old Dairy Queen manager from Dexter, MI, became the seventh girl eliminated from the fifth edition of America's Next Top Model during last night's UPN broadcast.
And it's one, two, three strikes you're not eliminated in the latest leg of CBS' The Amazing Race: Family Edition, as the Godlewski sisters are still in the Race despite finishing in last place in Panama.
Brian Corridan and Margaret Bobonich fall victim to 'Survivor: Guatemala's surprise double eliminationOctober 21, 2005
Done in by a surprise twist in which there was no Immunity Challenge and both Survivor: Guatemala tribes were instead forced to attend Tribal Council, Brian Corridan, a 22-year-old recent Columbia University graduate from New Milford, Connecticut, and Margaret Bobonich, a 43-year-old family nurse practitioner from Chardon, Ohio, were voted out of the game during last night's broadcast of the CBS reality show.
After appointing herself team spokeswoman and resident overbearing loudmouth, Kristi Caudell a 24-year-old sales executive from Gainesville, GA, was sent packing during last night's The Apprentice 4 broadcast, becoming the fifth contestant to be fired by Donald Trump
Deemed to be a "sad girl" who would become "extremely depressed" in the "crazy cutthroat world of modeling," Coryn, a 19-year-old retail clerk from Minneapolis, MN, became the sixth girl eliminated from the fifth edition of America's Next Top Model during last night's UPN broadcast.
Going home now has a double meaning for the Schroeder family, as the Louisiana natives were the last to check in at the New Orleans pit stop and became the fourth team eliminated from The Amazing Race: Family Edition.
Tired of his listening to his outrageous, boastful stories and feeling that he didn't deserve to stay in the game, Survivor: Guatemala's Yaxha tribe voted out Blake Towsley, a 24-year-old commercial real estate broker/model from Dallas, Texas, during last night's broadcast of the CBS reality show.
Toral Mehta, a 29-year-old investment banker from Philadelphia, PA continued to demonstrate her inability to work with her teammates during last night's The Apprentice 4 broadcast, and as a result, she became the fourth contestant to be fired by Donald Trump.
Deemed as unable to overcome her insecurity about her larger body size, Diane, a 24-year-old criminal defense investigator from Orlando, FL, became the fifth girl eliminated from the fifth edition of America's Next Top Model during last night's UPN broadcast.
A momentary delay in making a roadblock decision turned out to be the moment of doom for Tony Aiello and his sons-in-law, as they became the third team eliminated from The Amazing Race: Family Edition.
The victim of Judd Sergeant's decision to betray his original tribemates after a surprise twist shook up Survivor: Guatemala's tribal compositions, Brooke Struck, a 26-year-old recent law school graduate living in Santa Monica, CA, was voted out of the game during last night's broadcast of the CBS reality show
Jennifer Wallen, a 31-year-old realty company owner from Anthem, Arizona, became the third contestant fired on The Apprentice after being put in charge of the planning the décor and catering of the this week's task and failing miserably.
The fifth edition of UPN's America's Next Top Model lost not one but two girls during last night's broadcast, Deemed as awkward and lacking confidence, Sarah, a 18-year-old fragrance counter representative from Boonville, MO was eliminated by the judges. But before the judges got to make their decision, Cassandra made one of her own, deciding to become the first Top Model finalist to ever quit the modeling competition.
Middleburg, Virginia turned out to be the end of the road for the Rogers family, who were unable to overcome two major navigational errors and became the second team eliminated from The Amazing Race: Family Edition.