Episode: 1x01 | Airdate: Jan 3, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x02 | Airdate: Jan 10, 2008
Episode: 1x03 | Airdate: Jan 17, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x04 | Airdate: Jan 24, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x05 | Airdate: Jan 31, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x06 | Airdate: Feb 7, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x07 | Airdate: Feb 14, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x08 | Airdate: Feb 21, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x09 | Airdate: Feb 28, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x10 | Airdate: Mar 6, 2008
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.'.
Episode: 1x11 | Airdate: Mar 13, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x12 | Airdate: Mar 20, 2008
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.
Episode: 1x13 | Airdate: Mar 27, 2008
The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network was established in 1991. FAAN's membership now stands at close to 30,000 worldwide and includes families, dietitians, nurses, physicians, school staff, and representatives from government agencies and the food and pharmaceutical industries. FAAN serves as the communication link between the allergic patient and others. The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network is the largest charity in the U.S. dedicated to helping and advocating for the 12 million Americans with food allergy. Trace's 6-year old daughter had a severe, life-threatening reaction to peanut butter when she was just 9 months old, an experience Trace called "terrifying." FAAN has played an instrumental role in the lives of families like Trace's and thousands more across the US.
Episode: 2x01 | Airdate: Mar 1, 2009
Donald Trump divides 16 new celebrities into male and female teams, then sends them off to bake and sell cupcakes to raise money for charity. Fierce power struggles erupt on the women's team, while the men are confident their celebrity power will carry the day. Kitchen disasters plague both teams as they bake their cupcakes, but when they hit streets of New York City, the cash rolls in. A surprise taste test brings yet more conflict for the women, and the men confront one celeb who's not pulling his weight. In the end, the team that makes the most money wins, and the first celebrity hears Trump's fateful words, "You're Fired!".
Episode: 2x02 | Airdate: Mar 8, 2009
In this week's episode, Khloe Kardashian hesitantly takes on the role of project manager for Team ATHENA and Scott Hamilton confidently becomes the project manager for the men, Team KOTU. Khloe surprisingly matures in her leadership role and is able to get the strong-minded women to come together and collaborate on one idea even when one of her member's falls ill at a crucial moment. Scott has trouble getting the egos of Team KOTU to unite, and clashes with Tom Green's energetic personality, but ultimately gets the men together sufficiently to present their concept. In the end, the Zappos.com executive chooses the team that created the best comic book character, and Trump fires another celebrity with counsel from his son Donald Trump Jr. and CNBC's Erin Burnett.
Episode: 2x03 | Airdate: Mar 15, 2009
The teams are each given 125 wedding dresses to sell in an empty retail space they must design and decorate. For the second time this season the celebrities' rolodexes are put to the test, and both teams feel the heat as they try to get big sales lined up on short notice. Celebrities on one team have trouble getting friends to pony up money for charity, while some on the other team have trouble just getting out of bed. The fundraising goes down to the wire, putting one team over the top and the other team into the boardroom, where Trump fires another celebrity.
Episode: 2x04 | Airdate: Mar 22, 2009
The teams are charged with launching ACN's new video-phone to hundreds of sales representatives. Before the task even begins, a heated exchange on the men's team almost comes to blows, ending with one celebrity ripping their microphone off and walking away from the team. On the women's side, a previous engagement sends a vital celebrity out of town and their delayed return puts their team in jeopardy. Both project managers are accused of misusing their team members' talents. An exciting live event ends with one team on top, and in the board room Donald Trump sends another celebrity packing.
Episode: 2x05 | Airdate: Mar 29, 2009
Teams Athena and Kotu must manage five rooms each at the Loews Regency Hotel and accommodate all of their guests' wishes. The celebrities don hotel uniforms and run every aspect of the hotel, cleaning rooms, running the concierge, and delivering room service. Each celebrity wears several hats, and the tables are turned on them as they try to deliver the high-end service they would request. One team must contend with a disgruntled celebrity guest, while the other team faces off with a leader who's out of control and an explosive meltdown follows. Guest surveys give one team the edge and in one of the most powerful boardroom confrontations yet, competition is set aside to confront one celebrity about their harmful addiction.
Episode: 2x06 | Airdate: Apr 5, 2009
. After a powerful boardroom last night where the men's team set the competition aside to confront Dennis Rodman about his harmful addiction, which resulted in him being fired, the remaining celebrities are split up for the first time. In the episode airing this Sunday, April 5 (9-11 p.m. ET), Trump switches the teams and it's no longer men vs. women leaving mother daughter duo Joan and Melissa Rivers on opposing sides. With their new teams in place, the celebrities' next challenge is to write, produce and edit a viral video for ALL Small and Mighty Laundry Detergent with the videos being judged by the ALL executives along with a very special celebrity guest judge Perez Hilton.
Episode: 2x07 | Airdate: Apr 12, 2009
To begin, the teams must design and build an in-store display unit and packaging for the company of LifeLock, which provides identity theft protection. Team Kotu, led by pro-golfer Natalie Gulbis, delegates various responsiblities to her team quickly and ignores the obvious tension between team members Joan Rivers and Clint Black. A lackluster Brian McKnight, whose slow pace has the team close to missing deadlines and Jesse James working through an illness, leads team Athena. Both teams present their displays to the CEO of LifeLock and the last-minute decisions made by each team have the executive choosing a clear winner and Mr. Trump firing another celebrity. Before the teams have a chance to wind down, however, Mr. Trump calls them immediately back into the boardroom to begin their next task, auctioning jewelry from Ivanka Trump's boutique for a charity later that night. The teams swiftly get to work but the backstabbing that took place between celebrities in the boardroom affects certain members during the task, and one celebrity feels shunned by their team. A sabotage against one team puts tens of thousands of dollars up for grabs, and a surprise guest star agrees to keep an eye on the feuding celebrities for Trump.
Episode: 2x08 | Airdate: Apr 19, 2009
In this episode, rival project managers Joan Rivers and Annie Duke face off as they lead their teams in the task of auctioning pieces from the Ivanka Trump jewelry line to their donors. At auction time, each team chooses a very different strategy, but in the end it all comes down to who raised the most money. In the boardroom, Piers Morgan aggravates an already heated Joan Rivers, whose disgust with the way Annie Duke treated her daughter, Melissa, is obvious, and the conflict between Annie and Rivers, according to Piers, "Makes Omarosa and I look like a tea party!" At the end of the boardroom, Ivanka and Piers reveal each team's grand totals to Mr. Trump, and another celebrity is sent home.
Episode: 2x09 | Airdate: Apr 26, 2009
In this episode, teams Athena and Kotu are charged with creating a four-page advertorial for Right Guard's new deodorant featuring New York Knicks star David Lee. Brande Roderick leads team Athena, and quickly delegates responsibilities to new best friend Annie and teammate Melissa Rivers. Despite their hard work and efficiency on this task, there is still a distinct tension between Melissa and her teammates that does not subside and could determine her future on the show. On team Kotu, Clint Black leads Joan Rivers and a very argumentative Jesse James who does not agree with his team's concept. Joan tries to keep the peace between the men, but it may be too late and another loss for team Kotu seems inevitable. In the boardroom, tempers flare and strong accusations are made between rivals on both teams, a winner is announced and Trump fires another celebrity.
Episode: 2x10 | Airdate: May 3, 2009
The teams write and perform a new jingle for Chicken of the Sea, including the famous lyric "Ask any mermaid you happen to see - what's the best tuna? Chicken of the Sea." The teams are also asked to create a 30-second radio spot that incorporates a portion of the new jingle. While one team sets differences aside in order to fully utilize their talents, the other team succumbs to panic, feeling incapable of rising to the challenge. With a trip to the final four on the line, one team sings their way to victory, and Trump fires another celebrity. Next he calls on the reigning Celebrity Apprentice, Piers Morgan, to interview the remaining contestants and tell him which two should face off in the finale. After Piers puts each celebrity through the wringer, he reports back - but ultimately it is Trump's decision. With the final celebrities pleading their cases in the boardroom, Trump fires more celebrities and names the finalists.
Episode: 2x11 | Airdate: May 10, 2009
Every day, God's Love We Deliver receives calls from people who are living with HIV/AIDS and other life-altering illnesses and have an urgent need for nutritious food. With a small full-time staff and over 1,400 dedicated volunteers, God's Love cooks and delivers over 3,300 individually tailored, freshly prepared meals every weekday. Our meals are delivered to people who, because of their illness, are unable to shop or cook for themselves - at a time in life when good nutrition makes such a difference and a delicious meal provides so much comfort.The mission of God's Love We Deliver is to improve the health and well-being of men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-altering illnesses by alleviating hunger and malnutrition. To this end, in addition to the nutritious meals we provide to all of our clients and their families, we also offer vital nutrition education and counseling. Since 1986, God's Love We Deliver has proudly served nearly 10 million meals to our friends and neighbors in New York City, Newark and Hudson County, New Jersey. God's Love We Deliver is a non-sectarian organization.
Episode: 3x01 | Airdate: Mar 14, 2010
In this premiere episode of the third season of "The Celebrity Apprentice," Donald Trump divides the celebrities into men versus women and instructs them to choose a team name and in a surprise twist, Trump asks them to choose the opposing team's project manager. For their first task they must run a New York City diner. The team who brings in the most money at the diner, including tips, wins. It isn't long before the celebrities' egos clash as they compete to see who will be the first celebrity to face Mr. Trump in the boardroom and hear the words "You're fired."
Episode: 3x02 | Airdate: Mar 21, 2010
In the second episode of this new season, each team must build out a storefront to re-launch Kodak<#s famous Kodak Moments campaign. The men's project manager is confronted by a team member who feels shut out by the team, while the women's team is plagued by a celebrity's illness, a power outage, and a teammate who is hard to handle. When the storefronts open, both teams draw huge crowds. Secret shoppers visit each teams' storefronts and report back to the Kodak executives. In the end, the executives choose the best storefront, and Mr. Trump fires another celebrity. Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr.
Episode: 3x03 | Airdate: Mar 28, 2010
In this episode, the teams must create a four-page advertorial for a new product from Norton 360 and LifeLock. On each team, one celebrity must be the product spokesperson and one celebrity must appear in the advertorial. The women's project manager has her hands full and is exhausted when egos start to flare. The men use their star power for their advertorial but are hindered by one teammate's technological incompetence. In the end, each team has a very different interpretation of the task and the Norton 360 and LifeLock executives choose their favorite sending one team to victory while the other team heads to the boardroom and, after a surprise turn of events, another celebrity is fired.
Episode: 3x04 | Airdate: Apr 4, 2010
In this episode the celebrities are shocked when their project managers are separated from them before the task is even delivered. On a private jet, the project managers are informed that this week they must create a three-dimensional display to launch Universal Orlando's newest attraction, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Using only their cell phones, the project managers must run their teams from afar and report back with the information they've gathered. The men find their new leader scattered, while personal attacks continue to drive the women apart. In the end, one team hits the mark, and the other team is left to fight it out in the boardroom, where another celebrity is sent packing.
Episode: 3x05 | Airdate: Apr 11, 2010
In this episode both teams must write, produce, anddirect one 30-second and one 10-second commercial for Right Guard Total Defense 5. Additionally, they are given NBA legends Clyde Drexler andScottie Pippen to star in their commercials. The men quickly lock ontoa creative idea, but when one celebrity tries to change it he puts the project in jeopardy. Meanwhile, the women are hindered by several teammates who aren't pulling their weight. After a surprising turn of events, the teams are left to wonder who Mr. Trump will send home.
Episode: 3x06 | Airdate: Apr 18, 2010
In this episode both teams must make over the images of up-and-coming country singers Emily West and Luke Bryan in time for a People Country magazine interview, a photo shoot and live concert. The women are quickly offended when one celebrity's professional experience begins to exclude them. Meanwhile, the men rely on the experience of one teammate and the pressure takes its toll. In the end, both singers bring down the house at their live concert, but one team outshines the other to win the task, and another celebrity is sent home.
Episode: 3x07 | Airdate: Apr 25, 2010
Donald Trump mixes up the teams and assigns them to create an original celebrity workout for 24 Hour Fitness. Both teams' workouts must impress the 24 Hour Fitness executives as well as bring in the most donations. The celebrities call their high profile friends for big donations and both project managers are pushed to their limits. At a key moment, one project manager reaches an emotional breaking point. In the boardroom, Trump announces that one team has raised the largest amount ever in "Celebrity Apprentice" history. In the end, Mr. Trump has no choice but to make what is, for him, a "tough decision.".
Episode: 3x08 | Airdate: May 2, 2010
Both teams are assigned the task of creating three radio commercials for Clockwork Home Services. To impress the executives, the teams must create original commercials for the company's plumbing, electrician and heating & air conditioning services, and one team may have pushed the envelope too far. Tempers flare when one celebrity questions another's ability to perform, but in the end, one team's commercial wins over the client, and Mr. Trump sends another celebrity packing.
Episode: 3x09 | Airdate: May 9, 2010
In the most difficult challenge yet, each team is tasked to renovate a two-bedroom corporate apartment to increase its market value--and they must do it overnight. Forced to accept a new member, one team is divided from the very beginning and one team's project manager tries to reign in the creative impulses of one team member. In the boardroom, a tactical error leads to a surprising firing.
Episode: 3x10 | Airdate: May 16, 2010
Immediately following the last task, Trump summons the teams back into the boardroom and one celebrity's rude comment leads to a quick firing. Next, the remaining celebrities undergo grueling interviews with the first 'Apprentice,' Bill Rancic, and the most recent 'Celebrity Apprentice,' Joan Rivers. Bill and Joan advise Mr. Trump on who should be fired and two more celebrities are sent home. The following morning, Mr. Trump reveals the last task to the finalists, which is to create a new flavor of Snapple tea, name the tea, and design its label. In addition, they must shoot a 30-second TV commercial and create a 3-page print ad promoting their new tea -- all of which will be presented at a launch event attended by Snapple employees and fans. The finalists each receive celebrity helpers and head into negotiations for ingredients when they quickly discover that both of them want the same ingredient. A strategic move wins the favorite flavor for one, but as they prepare to shoot their commercials, one finalist discovers that a key piece of equipment is missing, which may jeopardize the entire task.
Episode: 3x11 | Airdate: May 23, 2010
Live from the Skirball Center in New York City, Mr. Trump will decide this season's winner of 'The Celebrity Apprentice' after first revealing who did the best job on the last task. In the final moments of this task, one of the finalists scrambles to finish in time, while the other is forced to soldier on alone after being left in the lurch when a helper suddenly leaves. At the launch for the new Snapple teas, one finalist delivers a more polished performance, while the other seems to have the edge with the crowd. In the end, Mr. Trump makes his final decision, live, and determines who will become the next 'Celebrity Apprentice.'
Episode: 4x01 | Airdate: Mar 6, 2011
In the premiere episode, Donald Trump challenges the 16 new Celebrities to run authentic New York City pizzerias to raise money for charity. One team uses their celebrity power on the streets of Manhattan, while the other races against the clock to complete a special delivery that could be the difference between winning and losing. Friends with deep pockets show up and pack both pizzerias, and the Celebrities set a fundraising record. But the excitement is short lived, as one Celebrity becomes the first to hear Donald's dreaded words: "You're Fired!" Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr.
Episode: 4x02 | Airdate: Mar 13, 2011
In the second episode of the season, the Celebrities must write an original children's book based on one of their own teammates and perform it for 4- and 5-year-olds. One Celebrity is forced into the role of project manager and struggles to unite their team. The other team leader battles to control a loose cannon in the group. In the end, Celebrity Apprentice finalist Holly Robinson Peete helps choose the best children's book, and Donald Trump fires another celebrity.
Episode: 4x03 | Airdate: Mar 20, 2011
In the third episode of the season, each team is given two Camping World RVs to stage an 'experience' in mid-town Manhattan. One Celebrity wrestles control away from their project manager. The other team questions the sanity of their leader, who stops working on the task to play a game of catch. It's a race to the finish, but one team ultimately stands victorious. The losing team faces Donald Trump in the boardroom where another Celebrity is fired.
Episode: 4x04 | Airdate: Mar 27, 2011
In the fourth episode of the season, the Celebrities are challenged to write and produce a 30-second video for ACN Video Phones - spots that will be judged by 450 ACN sales reps. One team listens closely to the executives' conservative brief, creating a video that tugs on the heartstrings. The other team decides to give the company a controversial ad to remember, and risks offending the sales reps. When the votes are cast, a winner is decided by the slimmest of margins. But no matter how close the vote, Donald Trump sends another Celebrity packing.
Episode: 4x05 | Airdate: Apr 3, 2011
In the fifth episode of the season, Donald Trump tasks the Celebrities with creating their own works of art, then selling them that same night for the most money possible. On one team, a misunderstanding leads to a violent confrontation. The other team's artwork gets held up in traffic, leaving them with nothing to sell minutes before their gallery opening. With record-setting money raised for charity, one team is victorious, and Mr. Trump must decide which celebrity is the next to get the boot.
Episode: 4x06 | Airdate: Apr 10, 2011
In the sixth episode of the season, the Celebrities are tasked with creating a public marketing event for Australian Gold, using a 10-foot by 10-foot glass box. One Project Manager dreams up an imaginative theme, but its implementation is hijacked by an unruly team member. The other project manager makes a risky last-minute creative change. The executives have a difficult decision on their hands, but one team emerges victorious and Donald Trump fires another Celebrity.
Episode: 4x07 | Airdate: Apr 17, 2011
TASK: Create and present a live cooking demonstration for Omaha Steaks THE CELEBRITIES MUST PRESENT A 20-MINUTE COOKING DEMO In the seventh episode of the season, the Celebrities must present a 20-minute live cooking demonstration for Omaha Steaks. One project manager unloads the lion's share of the task on a single team member, and the team is left with no time to rehearse. The other team must work with a Project Manager who doesn't cook or eat meat. Accusations fly in a brutal boardroom, and another Celebrity hears Donald Trump's dreaded words, "You're fired!"
Episode: 4x08 | Airdate: Apr 24, 2011
In the eighth episode of the season, the teams are tasked with creating a 4-page ad campaign for the Trump Hotel Collection, and both sides feel the pressure to produce for their boss. One project manager finds the creative juices of their team running dry, while on the other side, tensions between bitter rivals reaches new heights. A surprise decision from the judges leads to a heated boardroom, and another Celebrity is sent packing by Donald Trump.
Episode: 4x09 | Airdate: May 1, 2011
In the ninth episode of the season, the Celebrities are tasked to produce a live hair show featuring Farouk Hair System products and Farouk hair stylists. While picking project Managers, one Celebrity unleashes a torrent of rage on a team mate, while the other team calls on a fired Celebrity to help in their show. High-energy hair shows are followed by an explosive boardroom where one Celebrity is fired by Donald Trump.
Episode: 4x10 | Airdate: May 8, 2011
In a special three-hour episode, the Celebrities tackle two tasks, and two Celebrities are fired. The evening begins with Donald Trump challenging the teams to produce and sell tickets to a live comedy show. Before the task even starts, one Celebrity goes AWOL. Their team calls on Jimmy Fallon to assist in the effort, and the other team enlists Tracy Morgan. One project manager buckles under the pressure, threatening to throw in the towel. A tear-filled boardroom leads to another Celebrity being fired. The evening continues, as the teams are tasked with writing and producing a 60-second promotional video for OnStar. One project manager falls ill, leaving their team in jeopardy, while the other hands over creative control to a teammate. Bickering on one team threatens to derail the task, and the other team races against the clock to finish editing their video. Mr. Trump witnesses one of the season's biggest boardroom battles, before sending another Celebrity packing.
Episode: 4x11 | Airdate: May 15, 2011
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.
Episode: 4x12 | Airdate: May 22, 2011
As the task continues, the finalists rush to prepare for their 7UP Retro events. One finalist's team is frustrated by their leader's lack of direction. The other finalist introduces Def Leppard before the band is ready to appear, creating an awkward break in their event. The next day, the two finalists, backed by their Celebrity helpers, face off in the boardroom. The celebrities take the stage and Donald Trump crowns his new Celebrity Apprentice.
Episode: 5x01 | Airdate: Feb 19, 2012
Donald Trump tasks 18 new Celebrities to create and sell deli sandwiches in a fundraising competition for charity. Due to a tragic accident, the men start with a man down, while the women's Project Manager puts everything on the line to win. Fundraising on both teams sets new records, but only one Project Manager will take it all. In the end, one Celebrity will hear Trump's feared words: "You're Fired!"
Episode: 5x02 | Airdate: Feb 26, 2012
Each team must create and perform an original Medieval Times show for a live audience. One team's Project Manager struggles with an insubordinate team member. A serious injury on the other team threatens to derail the show. Everything comes down to the audience vote, and no punches are pulled in a knockdown, drag-out Boardroom.
Episode: 5x03 | Airdate: Mar 4, 2012
The teams are tasked with creating storefront window displays for the Ivanka Trump Collection. The women's Project Manager finds herself in over her head. The men all rally behind their leader but lose faith when he checks out early. When Ivanka judges the windows, the losing team faces Donald Trump in the Boardroom, and another Celebrity is sent packing.
Episode: 5x04 | Airdate: Mar 11, 2012
Both teams are charged with producing a live event launching the new Buick Verano to a live and online audience. The men's choice of Project Manager is called into question, and the women's team is divided when half of the members feel shut out by their Project Manager. A heated boardroom concludes with a shocking result, and Trump's decision surprises everyone.
Episode: 5x05 | Airdate: Mar 18, 2012
The teams must write, produce, and edit a viral video for the O-Cedar Pro-Mist Mop. The men turn on each other, when one half tries to protect their Project Manager. The women's team goes out on a limb with a risque concept. In a dramatic Boardroom, one more Celebrity hears The Donald's fateful words: "You're Fired!"
Episode: 5x06 | Airdate: Mar 25, 2012
The Celebrities' hosting skills are put to the test when Mr. Trump tasks the teams with putting on a party to promote Crystal Light. One team creates the ultimate beach experience, complete with beach balls and bikini babes, while the other team creates an exotic Garden of Eden. The executives have a difficult decision on their hands, but one team emerges victorious and Donald Trump fires another celebrity.
Episode: 5x07 | Airdate: Apr 1, 2012
In a special three-hour episode, the teams take on two tasks, and two Celebrities are fired. It all begins when Mr. Trump tasks the teams with creating and selling a Celebrity guidebook on New York City. With a big bonus on the line, special guest Regis Philbin judges the teams' books. Despite the added incentive, one Project Manager neglects the quality of their book, while the other team struggles just to get theirs completed in time. An explosive boardroom leads to another Celebrity being fired. The evening continues, as the teams create an interactive health segment for Walgreens. Before the Celebrities can even begin their task, Mr. Trump switches up the teams. One Project Manager struggles to maintain control of an insubordinate teammate, while the other team tries to complete the task with a Celebrity missing. Before anyone is even fired, Mr. Trump witnesses one of the season's biggest Boardroom battles, resulting in one Celebrity going AWOL.
Episode: 5x08 | Airdate: Apr 8, 2012
Still reeling from last week's dramatic Boardroom, one Celebrity goes on an emotional tirade against a teammate. With the whereabouts of an AWOL Celebrity still unknown, a verbal firestorm ignites. For their task, teams must write, produce, and direct a 60-second commercial for Entertainment.com. In the end, one team hits the mark, and the other team is left to fight it out in the boardroom, where another celebrity is sent packing.
Episode: 5x09 | Airdate: Apr 15, 2012
This week, the teams must create their own puppets and perform in front of a live audience for Henson Alternative's "Stuffed and Unstrung" improv show. One outspoken Celebrity struggles to be a team player. On the other team, another Celebrity fights for a role in the task, but is marginalized and has a breakdown. Both teams put their improvisational skills to the test, but only one is declared the winner and another Celebrity hears Donald Trump's dreaded words, "You're fired!"
Episode: 5x10 | Airdate: Apr 22, 2012
Donald Trump invites the celebrities to his luxurious penthouse apartment, where he gives them their next task, to create an in-store display for his new fragrance, "Success." A rematch between two sparring Project Managers ensues, as they compete to win $100,000 for their charities. One team worries about an indecisive leader. The other team's Project Manager sells out their team to Eric Trump. In the end, The Donald fires another celebrity.
Episode: 5x11 | Airdate: Apr 29, 2012
The teams are tasked with writing and performing a new jingle for Good Sam. It's dèja vu for one team, whose Project Manager struggles with a power-usurping teammate. On the other team, a mutiny results in some of the season's biggest fireworks when the team hijacks the task away from the Project Manager. It all comes down to the performances, and the celebrities must sing their hearts out to get the win. In the Boardroom, one team is declared the victor, and Mr. Trump sends another celebrity packing.
Episode: 5x12 | Airdate: May 6, 2012
The remaining five celebrities embark on their penultimate task, to create a print ad campaign for the new "CHI Touch" Digital Touchscreen Hair Dryer. With nothing left to lose, both teams go all out, but in completely different directions. The executives pick their winner, and Donald Trump fires another celebrity. Their victory is short lived, when the Final Four are summoned back to the Boardroom, where Mr. Trump sends them to the most important job interview of their lives. Returning Celebrity Apprentice, John Rich, and runner up, Marlee Matlin grill the celebrities and make their recommendations to Donald Trump, who is left with a difficult decision: who will be the final two.
Episode: 5x13 | Airdate: May 13, 2012
The two finalists must embark on the biggest task yet. They must create, host, and sell tickets to a celebrity charity event, featuring a charity awareness ad and a variety show, starring none other than themselves. With eight celebrities returning to help them, the two finalists must rely on everything they've learned all season to win the ultimate prize: $250,000 for their charity, and the title of The Celebrity Apprentice. With time running out, one finalist finds they don't have the footage needed to edit their charity awareness ad, while the other finalist goes head to head with a returning celebrity.
Episode: 5x14 | Airdate: May 20, 2012
Live from New York City, it's The Celebrity Apprentice season finale. The finalists scramble to finish in time for their celebrity charity event, and for the first time ever, the two finalists must work together to make sure their variety show goes off without a hitch. With 10 Celebrities performing, it's the biggest finale event to date. In the end, Donald Trump makes his final decision, live - who will be fired, and who will become The Celebrity Apprentice.
Episode: 6x01 | Airdate: Mar 3, 2013
Donald Trump tasks 14 returning celebrities to create and sell meatballs in a fundraising competition for charity. One Project Manager takes an unorthodox approach to the task and risks mission failure, while the other team immediately deals with an internal power struggle. Fundraising on both teams sets a new record for a first task, but only one Project Manager will take it all. In the end, one returning All-Star will hear Trump's feared words: "You're fired!"
Episode: 6x02 | Airdate: Mar 10, 2013
For the first time ever, the teams leave New York City and fly on Donald Trump's personal airplane for a task at Universal Orlando Resort. Mr. Trump asks them to create a 3-D, interactive photo experience that supports Universal Orlando's new marketing campaign. One team risks a big loss when their Project Manager can't commit to an idea, while the other team cowers in fear of their tyrannical leader. With two completely different approaches to the task, everything comes down to the preference of the Universal Executives. In the Boardroom, one team is declared the victor, and Mr. Trump sends another All-Star packing.
Episode: 6x03 | Airdate: Mar 17, 2013
This week, Mr. Trump tasks the All-Stars with performing a Soap Opera scene for Crystal Light. In one of the season's most dramatic outbursts, a Project Manager goes head-to-head with an insubordinate team member. Meanwhile, the other team threatens to mutiny when their Project Manager's dictator-like style rubs them the wrong way. Both teams "break a leg" with their performances, but only one is declared the winner and another celebrity hears Donald Trump's dreaded words, "You're fired!" Special guests include Susan Lucci and Jack Wagner.
Episode: 6x04 | Airdate: Mar 24, 2013
The contestants' marketing skills are tested when tasked to promote Farouk Systems products using a glass truck. Coming off the heels of a surprise pick in the Boardroom, one team struggles to find harmony with a troublemaker on their team. On the other side, one team member is constantly labeled a "weak player" and has to prove to their team they are worthy of being an All-Star. In the end, one team hits the mark and the other is left to fight it out in the boardroom, where another celebrity is sent packing.
Episode: 6x05 | Airdate: Mar 31, 2013
The celebrities are tasked with creating original, three-dimensional artwork. But winning the task comes down to fundraising, and one contestant struggles with bringing in enough money to keep the team safe in the Boardroom. Meanwhile, the other team's Project Manager has to deal with a teammate who over-promises and under-delivers. Special guests include Chaz Dean and The Blue Man Group.
Episode: 6x06 | Airdate: Apr 7, 2013
This week, the celebrities must create a product display and advertorial campaign to highlight the new "Melania" skin care line. Taking a giant risk, one Project Manager stops Boardroom Advisor Eric Trump from visiting with their team, while the other team is forced to pull the weight for a lackluster team leader. In the Boardroom, everything boils down to one critical error, and a celebrity pays the price for it.
Episode: 6x07 | Airdate: Apr 14, 2013
The All-Stars must once again work to promote popular Australian Gold products, this time by creating a silent film. One project manager is cast aside when a power-usurping teammate takes over the task. Meanwhile, the other project manager risks everything by going against the advice of a teammate.
Episode: 6x08 | Airdate: Apr 21, 2013
When tasked with creating an interactive travel expo for South Africa Tourism, the All-Stars find a former competitor now on the other side of the boardroom table. Down in numbers, one team tries to get the task done with a lame teammate, while the other team's project manager drops the reigns and their concept gets out of control.
Episode: 6x09 | Airdate: Apr 28, 2013
With just six All-Stars remaining, the teams are asked to write, produce and direct a demonstrational video to highlight LG's Smart Home and Home Entertainment systems. One Project Manager's runaway concept leaves the team with little choice but to follow their leader, while the other team gets too caught up in small details.
Episode: 6x10 | Airdate: May 5, 2013
The All-Stars are asked to design a Foxwoods Resort themed suite and host a party at the brand-new Barclays Center. One detail-oriented Project Manager gets too literal with the theme, while the other team's plan could be shut down due to bad weather.
Episode: 6x11 | Airdate: May 12, 2013
Mr. Trump fires two contestants before the finalists are challenged to take on their biggest task yet. They must create a new flavor of Walgreens Delish brand premium ice cream, produce a promotional video, and raise money for a launch event featuring the new flavors. With six fired All-Stars returning to help them, the two finalists must rely on everything they've learned to win the ultimate prize - $250,000 for their charity and the title of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. With time running out, one finalist can't edit their video down to time, while the other finalist has trouble finding donors for the launch event.
Episode: 6x12 | Airdate: May 19, 2013
The finalists scramble to put the finishing touches on their charity event, enlisting the help of special guests and returning All-Stars. In the end, Donald Trump makes his final decision, live - who will be fired, and who will become the very first All-Star Celebrity Apprentice?
Episode: 7x01 | Airdate: Jan 4, 2015
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!"
Episode: 7x02 | Airdate: Jan 5, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x03 | Airdate: Jan 12, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x04 | Airdate: Jan 19, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x05 | Airdate: Jan 26, 2015
"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.
Episode: 7x06 | Airdate: Feb 2, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x07 | Airdate: Feb 9, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x08 | Airdate: Feb 9, 2015
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.
Episode: 7x09 | Airdate: Feb 16, 2015
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."
Episode: 8x01 | Airdate: Jan 2, 2017
Twice-elected California governor, successful businessman and global movie superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger takes control of the boardroom as "The Celebrity Apprentice" moves from New York to Los Angeles. Sixteen celebrities from television, film, music and sports come together to compete for their favorite charities: Laila Ali, Brook Burke-Charvet, Eric Dickerson, Boy George, Matt Iseman, Carrie Keagan, Carson Kressley, Lisa Leslie, Jon Lovitz, Vince Neil, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Kyle Richards, Chael Sonnen, Porsha Williams, Ricky Williams and Carnie Wilson. After being divided into two teams, men vs. women, the celebrity contestants get their first task from their new boss and his business advisors, Tyra Banks - supermodel, producer, accomplished businesswoman and CEO of the Tyra Banks Company - and Schwarzenegger's nephew, prominent entertainment attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger. Each team has to create a 10-minute TYRA Beauty experience, showing how fun, fast and fierce the make-up products are before heading to the boardroom to hear which team won, which team lost and who from the losing team will be the first one heading home. YOUR SMILE'S GONNA KNOCK THEM OUT- The celebrity contestants have to create an original song and video for Trident, and will be judged on creativity and entertainment value by boss Arnold Schwarzenegger and his two advisors, Tyra Banks and his nephew, prominent entertainment attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger. While a misstep on one team costs precious time, disagreements flair up on the other team, creating drama on both sides as the celebrity contestants race against time to try and win their task and avoid getting eliminated in the boardroom.
Episode: 8x02 | Airdate: Jan 9, 2017
This week the contestants must create a live health segment showcasing Welch's grape juice while healthy-lifestyle crusader and James Beard award-winning chef Rocco DiSpirito and prominent entertainment attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger keep a watchful eye as advisors to boardroom boss Arnold Schwarzenegger. While the teams go all out trying to make entertaining and informative segments, one player learns the hard way how important it is to fight to stay in the competition. Later, digital influencer Justine "iJustine" Ezarik and Knapp Schwarzenegger serve as advisors to the boss when the teams are tasked with producing and editing viral videos for a new product from King's Hawaiian. One team clashes over creative while a player on the opposing side struggles to navigate disagreements among very opinionated teammates, resulting in a surprisingly emotional boardroom showdown.
Episode: 8x03 | Airdate: Jan 16, 2017
The celebrity contestants are posed with creating a marketing campaign for Kawaski motorcycles and aren't afraid of pushing boundaries. Moo.la founder and CEO, Gemma Godfrey, assists celebrity attorney Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger in overseeing the celebrities campaigns. As one team approached this task with humor, the other team seemed to take gender roles seriously - maybe too seriously. In the second episode the teams are shaken up and it's no longer ladies versus gentlemen. They are presented with creating a new See's Candy for none other than world famous chocoholic Buffett. Two representatives from each team are flown to Omaha, Neb., to present the candy to Buffett in person. Preparation is key in this task as one team fails to do their homework.
Episode: 8x04 | Airdate: Jan 23, 2017
The celebrities are tasked with marketing a new product for health food brand Lorissa's Kitchen. Fitness guru Bob Harper is on hand to help Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger advise the Governor, but the Terminator himself stops by to check out the team's presentations firsthand. One contestant is eliminated when their team fails the fitness challenge. The next task is to create a digital brochure for the buzzworthy Harry Potter attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood. Tracey Edmonds of "Extra" offers her advice to the teams as they create an informational guide to the Wizarding World. One team lucks out as they have a Harry Potter fanatic leading the charge and impress Schwarzenegger with their enthusiasm and knowledge. The boardroom is brutal this week as the boss has no tolerance for one contestant's actions and ultimately fires them over one attempt to save their team.
Episode: 8x05 | Airdate: Jan 30, 2017
The competition heats up this week as former Microsoft CEO and Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer serves as a boardroom advisor to Arnold Schwarzenegger, along with Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger. The teams have to create a high-energy presentation to promote the Clipper brand and fire up Clipper Nation during a halftime show, as well as designing a T-shirt for fans. While one celebrity contestant goes "full Ballmer" in their presentation and players on the opposing team hope a catchy tune will win over the crowd, another narrowly misses being terminated in the boardroom when they meet with Arnold and the advisors afterward. Later, Emmy Award-winning TV host and last season's "Celebrity Apprentice" winner, Leeza Gibbons, joins Patrick as a boardroom advisor to Arnold as the teams are tasked with selling fitness equipment on QVC. Racing against the clock, they try to sell as many products as they can in the limited time before facing Arnold for a boardroom shocker.
Episode: 8x06 | Airdate: Feb 6, 2017
It's down to the final four and the stakes are higher than ever. Each team of two is tasked with creating in-home demonstrations showcasing products from the Honest Company as the company's founder, Jessica Alba, serves as advisor to Arnold Schwarzenegger along with Patrick Knapp Schwarzenegger. Personalities clash as each team tries to agree on the best creative plan for their presentation to win the task. Later, in a tense boardroom, Arnold terminates a player from the losing team but doesn't stop there. Next, the finalists are presented with a task from Carnival Corporation. They are expected to create an ad campaign, host a party and produce a variety show that can't be accomplished without some familiar faces. Curtis Stone also makes a special appearance to help the teams in their attempt to showcase the food on the cruise. Tempers flare as the clock is ticking on their biggest challenge yet.
Episode: 8x07 | Airdate: Feb 13, 2017
The final task from Carnival Corporation is well underway and the stakes have never been higher. The two finalists, aided by familiar faces from this season, have been tasked with preparing an ad campaign, hosting a party and producing a mini-variety show, with each one hoping to be named the New Celebrity Apprentice. Exciting music performances from legendary artists and special guests such as Caitlyn Jenner add to the fun of their events as the final two also compete to raise the most money in ticket sales and donations for their respective charities. Later, the Governor makes his most difficult decision this season in naming the New Celebrity Apprentice winner and awarding them with a $250,000 check for their designated charity.