"Someone's Gotta Go." That's right. Exactly the opposite of The Apprentice. And what's most disturbing is it will involve more than 15 small companies of 15-20 people, all of which will need to lay someone off during their filming period. Each employee must agree to go on the show beforehand and will be offered no compensation if they are the one let go, and will not be part of any follow-up reality show afterward. "Essentially it's an opportunity for people who fear they will be laid off to have it televised in front of the world, and then have a much better shot at finding a new job because they're kind of already out there, in the minds of employers," said a person associated with the show.