Rod Blagojevich, the disgraced, Dr. Cornelius-looking former governor of Illinois (that bastion of political integrity), is a contestant on Donald Trump's "The Celebrity Apprentice". The guy just doesn't get it, does he? After being thrown from office for trying to sell Obama's Senate seat he made the rounds: "The Late Show with David Letterman", "Today", "Good Morning America", "The Early Show", "The View", along with multiple programs on Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC where he proclaimed his innocence and insisted he would be vindicated. When hair and brazen denial didn't work, he sent his wife off to Costa Rica to star in a reality show called "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here!", and THEN went on to star in The Second City's musical entitled "Rod Blagojevich Superstar", and wrote a book called "The Governor: The Truth Behind the Political Scandal That Continues to Rock the Nation". The guy just ain't too bright, and doesn't understand how dumb he is. But what else could we expect from a man who appeared on "The Daily Show" and thought it was a real news program? A man who insisted his aides carry a hairbrush for him at all times, which he referred to as "the football"? A man of whom Judge James B. Zagel said "I don't think this defendant fully understands and I don't think he could understand...the position he finds himself in." But "The Celebrity Apprentice"? Trumpy'll probably boot him just from hair envy.