After losing to Plan B for four consecutive weeks, Team Power finally turned the table in the latest outing of "The Celebrity Apprentice". As the member Lil Jon said, "We need some wins," the team showed a great determination to win this week's challenge in the new episode of the reality show. The April 14 episode saw both opposing teams challenged to create a 45-60 second silent film promoting Australian Gold skin products.
Team Power, which got Marilu Henner as additional player, was led by Trace Adkins. The members came up with an idea of having Trace as a caveman who wanted to, as Australian Gold's slogan said, "add color into an otherwise black and white world." He then found girls in bikinis dancing around with Australian Gold products and their end line was, "Live the Gold life."
Meanwhile, actor Gary Busey stepped up as the Project Manager of Plan B, which included Penn Jillette, Lisa Rinna and Stephen Baldwin. The team decided to show a couple in their bathing suit in the 1920s. Afraid to go in the sun with his man, the woman (Lisa) finally discovered the solution as Gary showed her the Australian Gold product. Their end line was, "Brings color to an otherwise black and white world."
Despite great and creative results shown by both teams, Team Power was finally announced as the winner and got $40,000 for the American Red Cross. The Australian Gold executives criticized Plan B for not using the product enough in the spot. Even though the team lost in this challenge, the members agreed that Gary had done an "amazing job" as their leader.
Gary returned to the boardroom with Stephen and Penn on his sides. Penn was the first to leave the boardroom as everyone agreed that he should not have been there. Donald Trump finally got to ask the boys questions about what made their team's film lack of the skin products. The business mogul finally decided to fire Stephen as he was the director of the promotional video.