The Celebrity Apprentice

Season 2 Episode 4

The Last Supper

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Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Sep 29, 2004 on NBC
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The Last Supper
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This week's task is to run a New York City restaurant, and receive the highest Zagat Rating. Apex received a score of 57, and Mosaic scored a 61. Mosaic, as their prize, met former New York City Mayor Rudy Guilianni. Apex was sent to the boardroom, where Jennifer C. was fired.moreless

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    Donald Trump

    Donald Trump

    Himself (the boss)

    Bill Rancic

    Bill Rancic

    The Apprentice

    Carolyn Kepcher

    Carolyn Kepcher

    Herself/Trump's assistant

    Robin Himmler

    Robin Himmler

    Herself (Trump's Secretary)

    Elizabeth Jarosz

    Elizabeth Jarosz

    8th Fired

    Jennifer Crisafulli

    Jennifer Crisafulli

    4th Fired

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    • TRIVIA (2)

    • QUOTES (10)

    • NOTES (4)

      • At the beginning of the episode, Kevin and Raj scold the women (though Elizabeth takes the brunt of it) for scapegoating Stacie J.

      • The Project Managers in this episode are Raj for Mosaic and Jennifer C for Apex. Raj is rewarded with an exemption for next week, should his team lose the task.

      • Apex Project Manager Jen C. pulls Stacy R. and Elizabeth in to the final boardroom, where Jen is fired. This is Stacy's first time in the final boardroom. It is Elizabeth's and Jennifer's second time. Because of her comments about the Jewish ladies at the restaurant, Jennifer C. was also fired from her real job the same week this episode aired.

      • George Ross does not appear in this episode. His replacement for this episode is the first Apprentice winner Bill Rancic.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The Last Supper is also the name of a famous Leonardo Divinci painting that captures the last meal Jesus Christ had before he was crucified. That painting's name is the inspiration for this episode title.

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