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By now, most of Amer­i­can knows that movie mus­cle­man Arnold Sch­warzeneg­ger will take Pres­i­dent-elect Don­ald Trump’s place as host of NBC’s “The Ap­pren­tice,” which will be re­named “The Celebrity Ap­pren­tice” and de­buts Jan. 2. But Mr. Sch­warzeneg­ger will not close the show with “You’re fired,” the sig­na­ture Trump farewell.

“We nar­rowed it down to, like, eight of my say­ings from the movies and one other op­tion, but even I don’t know yet,” Mr. Sch­warzeneg­ger told The Hol­ly­wood Re­porter this week.

Yes, well. It could be “I’ll be back,” from “The Ter­mi­na­tor,” a 1984 sci-fi clas­sic. More likely, it could be “Hasta la vista, baby,” from “Ter­mi­na­tor 2: Judg­ment Day,” re­leased in 1991.

Mr. Sch­warzeg­ger’s ad­vice: “I hope ev­ery­one chills.”

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