The Apprentice

  • 2004
  • 15 Seasons
  • TV-PG
  • reality, business

A kind of 'Survivor' in pinstripes in which would-be business tycoons work for Donald Trump, who dismisses one at the end of each episode, and made the words 'you're fired' a national catchphrase as the Manhattan-based series became a breakout hit. Trump is also a coexecutive producer, along with 'Survivor' impresario Mark Burnett.

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Season 7, Episode 12 Going Once, Twice, You're Fired

First Aired: March 20, 2008

An unforeseen boardroom session and surprise contestant interviews conducted by business pundits Jim Cramer and Erin Burnett result in the celebrity cast being slashed to two. The final duo must then organize a charity auction and concert featuring the Backstreet Boys, with some fired players returning to offer a helping hand. Sarah Ferguson, the duchess of York, also appears. Trump's "eyes and ears": Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr.

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