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Who needs Charlie Sheen when you have the trainwrecks on "Celebrity Apprentice"?
Donald Trump's latest crop of competitors are united by two things: shaky business acumen and overpowering desperation.
Which "Celebrity Apprentice" stars need to be anesthetized, sold for parts and sentenced to community service? Vlogger Sean Crespo is fired up to explain.
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Piers has some pretty strong tips for Team Power about teammate Omarosa.
After Gary sells Mr. Hang Brain, the Blue Man Group stops by with $15,000 - encased in gelatin.
The all-stars are tasked with creating and selling 3-D art.
Marilu presents her charity, the Alzheimer's Association, with the check from winning her task.
Stephen Baldwin's mom couldn't be more pleased that her son is working with the handsome Mr. Trump.
The all-stars must use a glass truck to create a marketing campaign for Farouk Systems Products.
Trace has some blunt things to say about Stephen's attempt at a slogan.
Inspired by Lisa, Gary shares some important thoughts on farting.
Team Plan B discovers what it means to have Stephen Baldwin as their director.
Omarosa again breaks down in the Boardroom, to everyone's clear discomfort.
Trump tells La Toya he's never been so shocked by a team leader's choice of whom to bring back.
Soap stars Susan Lucci and Jack Wagner help the all-stars perform a soap opera for Crystal Light.
After a pertinent discussion about his hair, Trump unveils the winner, causing Omarosa to break down.
It's Gary Busey vs. Harry Potter in the battle for the winning photo booth.
The all-stars leave NYC for a whirlwind task at Universal Orlando.
The teams use Omarosa rap and bad cult sci-fi as jumping off points for their final team names.
What will get punished on the season's first task, mismanagement or inadequate fundraising?
Fourteen of the most outrageous celebrities from the first five seasons return to take care of unfinished business.
Brande Roderick is ready to kick ass and take names.
Bret Michaels on his "crazy" decision to take a second run at becoming Celebrity Apprentice.
Claudia Jordan is determined to not let the personal business mess with her productivity.
Dee Snider is ready for anything that anyone might want to throw at him.
Dennis Rodman keeps it competitive but never takes it personally.
Donald Trump Jr. on how having experienced players return speeds up the intensity of the show.
Eric Trump talks about the uniqueness of having past competitors return.
Donald Trump on the high stakes of the all-star season.
Trace talks about the season and why he came back: Busey.
Lil Jon is back for the challenge, for the fun, to raise money for his charity and to win!
Penn shares his thoughts on the game, his pointed lack of strategy and his fellow contestants.
Gary Busey on art versus competition and refusing to get in his own way.