“I eat a lot of vegetables and breads,” Walker said. “I quit red meat 15, 20 years ago. I don’t eat much chicken at all.” (Okay, so he does eat some chicken?) He admits his diet “isn’t the best in the world. I eat only one meal a day. It normally consists of bread or salad and soup. I love soup.” How about proteins? “I don’t think about proteins. I don’t know where I get my proteins from.”
Walker was frustrated trying to manage folks who weren't really his employees, which is why he had problems at times with argumentative Tom Green and Clint Black. "If I could kick their butts physically, maybe, but that's not the show. They wouldn't let me do that."
He felt bad about Denis Rodman and didn't feel like he defended him hard enough when everyone was getting on the basketball star's case about his possible alcoholism. "I wrote Denis a letter apologizing that I wasn't a better friend," Walker said. Walker hasn't heard back but hopes to talk to him during the finale on May 10.
Walker defended the dessert selection during the Schwan’s challenge which helped get him canned. “It wasn’t even my idea,” he noted. “Joan wanted a dessert.” Clint Black on the show argued against it, saying he was helping Walker prevent a potential problem.
During the show, Walker got peeved at Black. “Clint argues about everything,” Walker said. “If it’s not Clint Black, it’s not important. He always wanted to put his name out front. It’s not about you. It’s about him.” Walker’s personal philosophy was, “Get the job done. I don’t care who you are.”
He was shocked that Black wasn’t eliminated after the All Detergent viral video, which was Black’s lame joke about loving oneself a bit too much. “I was totally confused when Donald got rid of Khloe [Kardashian] instead,” he said. (As we were, too.)
Walker was a huge fan of Joan Rivers, who was on his team for a few challenges. "I absolutely loved her. She told me to call her mom." And overall, he said, "I got along with everybody. They called me the president because I was so politically correct."
And you’ll see Walker again on the show. He will take part in the final challenge, which begins airing on May 3 and will continue on the finale on the 10th.
“Don’t stop watching the show,” he said. “You’ll see something. People on the show respect me more. When you talk about getting the job done, that’s my thing. I get the job done!”
Post “Apprentice,” besides Ultimate Fighting, Walker said he has a yen for acting, playing a criminal on one of those “Law & Order” type shows.
Herschel, by the way, is CEO and owner of Savannah’s H Walker Enterprises, a minority owned and operated company that is the parent company to Renaissance Man Food Service, Herschel’s Famous 34 Appetizers and two other companies.