Wendy: Cheryl Hines Suburgatory & Stephen Baldwin Celebrity Apprentice

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Wendy Williams: All-Star Celebrity Apprentice & Suburgatory Review

Wendy: Cheryl Hines Suburgatory & Stephen Baldwin Celebrity Apprentice

On April 19 2013, Wendy Williams sits down with Suburgatory star Cheryl Hines. Also, All-Star Celebrity Apprentice cast-off Stephen Baldwin explains what set Donald Trump off. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

On April 19 2013, Wendy Williams talks with the latest cast-off from All-Star Celebrity Apprentice, Stephen Baldwin. What was it that set Trump in a firing mood? Then, Suburgatory star Cheryl Hines talks about the season finale of Suburgatory. It’s two shocking television show outcomes on The Wendy Williams Show. 

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Wendy Williams: Stephen Baldwin Kicked Off All-Star Celebrity Apprentice

This episode kicks off with the latest All-Star Celebrity Apprentice cast-off, Stephen Baldwin. One of the famous Baldwin brothers, Stephen was losing it towards the end of the season. The challenge was to create a 60 second silent film for Australian Gold tanning lotion. Stephen was the director and Gary Busey was the project manager. Trump didn’t like the fact that Stephen thought Busey was an “amazing” project manager. He didn’t want the teammates supporting each other and throwing out compliments.

Whatever, Trump. Now Stephen can focus on bigger projects. Like beating Alec Baldwin in the family success ladder.

Wendy Williams: Cheryl Hines Suburgatory Season Finale

Having never seen an episode of Suburgatory one might look at it in a couple of ways. First of all, the show’s redheaded lead actress, Jane Levy, looks like an off-brand Emma Stone. Second, Cheryl Hines looks so plastic we should start calling her Barbie. If you throw out the surface value assumptions, Suburgatory is the show that won’t give up. The April 18 season two finale was full of heart and comedy. Plus, Jane Levy beat the living daylights out of Carly Chaikin (Dalia).

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On April 19, Wendy talks to Cheryl Hines about wrapping up season two of the little show that can.

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