Right out of the gate, he gave "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" the once over. Joel said the new season starred such "massive" all-stars as; Claudia Jordan, who Joel stated tauntingly; according to the website, she is the most recognizable model on the hit show, "Deal or No Deal." Then Joel interjected his own comment; "All-Stars, A**holes!"
It also features Bret Michaels, Latoya Jackson, Marilu Henner and Dennis Rodman, you know ... Kim Jung-Un's BFF! Furthermore, alleged all-star, Brande, (one E, no I) Roderick, who is most famous for being in Playboy, although the actual website states that she is famous for being in "Love Boat the Next Wave," last episode 1999. Surprisingly, Omarosa, the biggest villain since Russell Hantz from "Survivor," was never mentioned, pushing her further down in obscurity where she is most likely destined, unless Trump elects her this season's winner.
Gary Busey is back because as Joel said; "the mentally damaged are America's most precious commodity." His team is called "Plan B." Joel let Gary tell why his group was called "Plan B." He stated, "It is simple; it is to the point, on the top level for a team, and the truth about Plan B; it is also a birth control device." Joel then said in the same low pitched voice; "that Plan C is where the demagogue Cthulhu, dreaming his dark dreams in R'lyeh awakens when the stars align and impregnate Taylor Swift dooming us all to a million years of enslavement beneath their shadowy hell spot. So he went with Plan B."
For those who are not familiar with the writing of H.P. Lovecraft, just tune in the "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" for as long as Gary Busey remains and make your own decision as to what planet he really hails from.
In addition to other barbs aimed at reality shows like "LA Shrinks," "Duck Dynasty," "Welcome to Myrtle Manor" and "Rue Paul's Drag Race," this episode of "The Soup," raises or lowers the bar (whichever way it goes) in irreverence to its fellow celebrities and at poking fun at itself and its host, Joel McHale on this episode of "The Soup."
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