Mr. Trump calls on Celebrity Apprentice winners Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers, and Bret Michaels to interview the remaining Celebrities and help him choose the finalists. With the final two in place, Mr. Trump reveals the last, and most challenging task. Each finalist must produce a launch campaign for 7UP Retro, design a new can, produce a 30-second commercial, and present the entire campaign at a gala event. One finalist chooses the 1970s as the backdrop for their campaign, and the Harlem Globetrotters as the entertainment for their event. The other finalist chooses the 1980s and a concert by Def Leppard. Six fired Celebrities return to join the finalists and help them on their tasks. The 1980s finalist books Dee Snyder of Twisted Sister for their commercial, but runs into a roadblock with Def Leppard. The 1970s finalist hangs the creative for their commercial on iconic 7UP actor Geoffrey Holder, but with the clock ticking down on their shoot they learn he might not appear.