Apprentice Ready Meal Task Leads To Heated Debate
SPOILER ALERT: Kids' dinners range proves deadly for one contestant...
And this week's show saw Alex Mills given the boot by Lord Sugar, having led the losing team in a task that saw the remaining contestants cooking up ready meals to sell to supermarkets.
Team Endeavour's "Deadly Dinners" had been a hit with kids, but had horrified parents with their use of a skull on the packaging material - and had led to only 1,000 orders from the retailers.
In contrast Team Elite's youth-centric rival "Oh My Pow" brand - a surprising fusion of Thai and Caribbean food - had secured 2,800 orders from the shops despite tasting "bland" and lacking "pow".
Alex opted to take Myles and Leah into the boardroom with him - but laid the blame squarely at Myles' door for coming up with the concept for the meals.
And despite recognising that this was the reason for the task's failure, Lord Sugar decided to point his firing finger at the 22-year-old Welshman - leaving smoothie Myles to fight another day.
In his post-show interview, Alex accepted the blame for failure as project manager - but then addressed the far more pressing matter of his unusual eyebrows.
He said: "What people fail to grasp is that these are actually the natural shape of my eyebrows.
"Obviously you get the spidery hairs which are ripped off every two weeks or whatever, but no, this is the angle of them. I suppose I can't help it really."
Jason Leech was fired after the dating task last week.