The celebrities try their hand at one of the most quintessential New York jobs: hot dog vendor. The team that makes the most money wins. However, being famous has its privileges, as candidates try to use their contacts to sell wieners at $5,000 and $10,000 a pop. The stars not only bring out their famous friends (including New York Met David Wright ) to help, but they catch the eye of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. For the first time the 14 celebrities are stripped of their managers, personal assistants, agents, and publicists and are thrown out of their comfort zones. They quickly begin to size up each others egos as they come face to face trying to create a team name and captain.
In next week's episode, Gene Simmons moves over to lead the women's team, but the ladies turn on him and his dictatorial style. Disaster strikes one team at the 11th hour when they spill coffee on their computer, ruin their graphics, and must face the consequences. The Kodak executives decide the winning team, and in the end, another celebrity is fired.
For the fourth task, the remaining celebrities are challenged with the task to run a one-day Broadway ticket booth under the biggest time crunch thus far, and the celebrities work feverishly, hawking tickets on the street. The teams are given eight Broadway Shows to choose from as they try their best at negotiating which four each team would sell. Two celebrities begin the task on the wrong foot, with a bitter argument. Piers Morgan tries to increase sales by dressing up in a knight's costume to sell tickets to 'Spamalot.' In the end, the team that makes the most money from ticket sales wins, and one celebrity is fired.
In this week's explosive two-hour episode, women's Team Empresario and men's Team Hyrdra work with very limited time to create an awareness campaign for Crocs' "Soles United" shoe donation program. Overnight, the two teams must create donation bins to be presented to the Crocs executives. In the process, Hydra team members Piers Morgan and Vinny Pastore shake things up with an explosive fight, and Vinny pretends to defect to Team Empresario - but is really a spy for the men. Vinny then turns double agent, but the secret gets out when he is left alone with Marilu Henner.
The aftermath of last week's explosive episode of double-crossing, espionage, and lying continues as Stephen Baldwin asks to resign from the competition due to the conflicts between him and Piers. Meanwhile, the women's Team Empresario and the crumbling men's Team Hyrdra are each given an empty storefront, models, a construction crew and mattresses - to create a living window to promote Vera Wang mattresses by Serta. One team struggles with the leadership of their project manager, as they are asked to raise their hands before speaking, and the fallout from the Vinny and Piers fiasco continues to affect the various team members.
When Donald Trump switches up the competing teams, rivals Piers Morgan and Omarosa are forced to work side by side for this week's challenge. The competition gets personal as they viciously attack each other throughout the task, with Piers attempting to fire Omarosa. On this week's episode, each team is asked to operate a horse and carriage business in Central Park. It's smooth sailing for one team that attracts a brisk business, while the other team falls apart at the seams.
After last week's volatile and disruptive exchange between Piers Morgan and Omarosa Donald Trump attempts to put things back on track with another team switch. They meet for the task delivery, and Trump sends them via helicopter to QVC Headquarters in Pennsylvania. Each team is responsible for writing, directing, and producing a sales segment live on QVC. It's Quality, Value, and Chaos on this task, as a few of the celebrities have sold items on the network before, but others have a significant learning curve.
Celebrities are in search of the 'Money Shot' as they work together to create a four page advertorial for Dial Yogurt Body Wash, to be featured in Redbook Magazine's April issue.
The competition gets fierce as the remaining six celebrities battle it out in a New York City art gallery as they must choose an artist, display their work and try to sell the pieces in a shared gallery space. In the boardroom, the battle between Piers and Omarosa continues and Omarosa, once again, goes below the belt with an outrageous accusation. Prompting Piers to come up with an equally outrageous defense, the likes of which have never before been seen on 'The Apprentice.'.
Last week's competition saw the seven celebrities battling it out in a New York City art gallery as they selected artists, displayed their work and sold the pieces in a shared gallery space. The project managers, Piers Morgan and Omarosa, were competing to make the most sales. In a stunning triumph, Piers took great pleasure in seeing his season long nemesis, Omarosa, pack her bags and leave the boardroom.
In a surprise twist, the final four celebrities are called back into the boardroom and each celebrity is interviewed by CNBC'S Jim Cramer and Erin Burnett. Jim and Erin offer their insights to Donald Trump and the four finalists fight for their lives in a surprise Boardroom. The axe falls, and only two celebrities remain.
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