The Apprentice Episode Guides
18 new celebrities gather for the new season. Their first task is to sell deli sandwiches, but the men must trade Marco Andretti for Michael due to a personal tragedy. The guys team wins the challenge, and Cheryl Tiegs is the first contestant voted out.
The teams are tasked with creating a show for Medieval Times, leading to injuries and insurrections. In the boardroom, Victoria Gotti is fired.
How Much Is That Celebrity In The Window?
The teams create a storefront window presentation for the Ivanka Trump Collection, and when his team loses the competition, George Takei is fired.
Failure To Launch
The teams must design a launch for the new Buick Verano car, and they present it to an online audience. A heated boardroom leads to Adam Corolla and Michael Andretti being dismissed.
I'm Going To Mop The Floor With You
Teams create viral videos for the O-Cedar Pro-Mist Mop, but both teams are soon fighting amongst themselves. The men's team comes out on top, leading the the firing of women's project manager Tia Carrere.
Party Like A Mock-Star
The teams must plan and host a party promoting Crystal Light, with one using a beach party theme and the other a "Garden of Eden" theme. When the women's team comes up short, Patricia Velasquez is fired in the boardroom.
Walking Papers, Parts 1 And 2
In a three-hour episode, the teams must first make a guidebook for New York City that is judged by Regis Philbin. When the women fail to raise as much money as the men, Debbie Gibson is fired. The next competition has the teams creating an interactive health segment for Walgreens, but Mr. Trump switches the teams. In a Boardroom battle, Dee Snider is fired.
Tempers and profanities fly after the previous episode's boardroom. With Aubrey still missing, the teams must do a commercial for Entertainment.com. In the boardroom Lou Ferrigno is fired.
The teams are tasked with building puppet characters for an improv show from the Jim Henson Company. After his team loses, Paul Teutul earns Donald Trump's firing for the week.
Winning By A Nose
The teams must design a scent for Donald Trump's collection. In the boardroom, Penn Jillette is handed his walking papers.
Jingle All The Way Home
The teams each create a jingle for Good Sam, and after a very contentious boardroom with Lisa Lampanelli attacking her project manager Dayana Mendoza and ultimately getting Dayana fired.
The five remaining contestants do an ad campaign for a touchscreen hair dryer. The surviving contestants then get grilled by past contestants John Rich and Marlee Matlin, before Trump fires the rest of the contestants and leaves only Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken.
And Then There Were Two
Aubrey is fired and the final two get help from 8 returning celebrities to compete for the ultimate prize.
And The Winner Is...
In the live finale, Donald Trump names the next Celebrity Apprentice as being Arsenio Hall.
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