This year's The Apprentice candidates might be high-flying entrepreneurs, but this series has brought all the laughs to our TV screens. 

Each week the candidates are assigned tasks to win a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar. 

From week one the tasks have involved creating their own branding and logos to win over Lord Sugar. 

But social media has noted how hilarious some of the logos have been throughout the series.

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Here are all the logos designed in The Apprentice so far 

Week 1

Task: create a cruise brand

Week 2 

Task: design an electric toothbrush with a character and game for children 

Week 3

Task: make a new brand of non-alcoholic drinks

Week 4 (no branding created for this task)

Task: create fish dish to sell to the public and corporate clients 

Week 5

Task: create a video game with a main character

Remember *that* epic spelling blunder? 

Week 6 (no branding created for this task)

Task: setting up a bespoke tour business 

Week 7

Task: designing a driverless electric vehicle

One Twitter user said: "WHY are they so bad at logos this series #TheApprentice"

The Apprentice airs on BBC One and iPlayer at 9pm on Thursdays.