In a special two-hour premiere, Donald Trump tasks sixteen new celebrities to create and sell pies in a fundraising competition for charity. While the men's Project Manager focuses on fundraising and neglects the team's pie-making needs, some of the women's team complains about their Project Manager to Boardroom Advisor Piers Morgan. One team will win it all, and in the end, the first celebrity will hear Trump's feared words: "You're Fired!"
In the first hour, Mr. Trump asks the teams to write, produce and direct a commercial for Neat. While one Project Manager struggles with an insubordinate team member, the other is fed up with a celebrity's anxiety. In the boardroom, one person tries to outsmart Mr. Trump, leading to an interesting result. Boardroom Advisors: Donald Trump Jr. and George Ross. In the second hour, the teams are tasked with producing a presentation and tasting menu to feature Luvo's frozen food products. One Project Manager accuses a team member of zoning out, and a celebrity pushes the boundaries of good taste during the team's presentation. The losing team faces Donald Trump in the Boardroom, and another celebrity is sent home.
The celebrity teams create a fitness advertorial for Cosmo Body Magazine. Two members of the men's team solidify their rivalry, while the women fight over who should be the fitness model for their photo shoot. Boardroom Advisors: Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr. In the second hour, the project managers fight hard to make the most money for their charities by selling wedding dresses. One celebrity has a panic attack and disappears from the team, while another tries to redeem herself from a past fundraising blunder. In a dramatic boardroom, Mr. Trump sends another celebrity home.
The teams are on their best behavior when Joan Rivers and Ivanka Trump serve as Boardroom Advisors for the first task. Each team must build an Ivanka Trump-Nordstrom shoe boutique inside a Media Truck and throw an outdoor marketing event to launch the new Ivanka Trump "Power Up" Campaign. The gloves come off in this boardroom, and Mr. Trump knocks another Celebrity out of the competition. In the second hour, the teams create a viral video to promote the Chock full o'Nuts new single serve coffee cups. Two teammates have an all-out cat fight on the streets of New York City, and in the Boardroom, the tension mounts until Mr. Trump sends another Celebrity packing.
"It's Like A Booze Cruise With Knowledge" The teams must create and host an original boat tour of New York City for Circle Line. Still reeling from the last dramatic Boardroom, one Project Manager has to protect herself from two of her teammates, and the other takes a big risk with the task theme. Everything comes down to the guests' vote, and another celebrity is sent home. Boardroom Advisors: Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. Later, the teams turn an empty platform stage into a 3-dimensional themed environment featuring the world-class amenities that Trump National Doral Miami Resort has to offer. Vicious comments are thrown in the Boardroom, and Mr. Trump fires another celebrity.
In the first task, each team must create a "photo bomb" and hashtag campaign for King's Hawaiian. An incident involving two celebrities ends in an explosive Boardroom showdown. Boardroom Advisors: Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump. In the second hour, the teams must write and produce a 30-second jingle for Bud Light Lime Ritas flavored beverages. Both Project Managers have to deal with unruly teams, and a heated Boardroom concludes with a shocking decision by Mr. Trump.
This special episode will feature some of the best moments in "The Apprentice" history, including the best hirings and firings, top feuds and biggest mistakes.
Mr. Trump sends the two celebrity finalists to Orlando, Florida to take on their biggest task yet -create a commercial for Universal Orlando Resort and sell resort vacation packages to raise money for their charity. Back in New York, the finalists must present their commercial to guests at a star-studded red carpet event. With six fired celebrities returning to help them, the finalists compete for the ultimate prize: $250,000 for their charity and the title of The Celebrity Apprentice.
The finalists work to put the finishing touches on a star-studded red carpet event, where they will present the commercial they created for Universal Orlando Resort. Which finalist will have the better commercial? Which finalist will have the better presentation? Who will raise more money? In a live Boardroom showdown, Donald Trump will make his final decision and choose the seventh "Celebrity Apprentice."
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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