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May 02, 2010 at 12:00 PM EDT

Donald Trump may have decided to fire no one last week on Celebrity Apprentice, but he promised this week that blood would be spilled! Heads would roll! Someone would be completely annihilated to such a degree that not even dental records would be able to identify the victim! Okay, that’s being a bit dramatic. But he did promise that someone would definitely be fired. Maybe even two people! He had to make up for lost firing time! My full recap will be up in the morning, [UPDATE: Dalton’s Celebrity Apprentice recap is now live!] but if you’ve already watched the episode and can’t wait to sound off, then read on after the jump for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of Celebrity Apprentice.]

After introducing everyone to the two least charismatic corporate executives on the planet, Trump tasked the teams with each coming up with three live radio spots for a bunch of poorly named home service-related companies like Benjamin Franklin: The Punctual Plumber and Mister Sparky. After spending the first half of the task preparation making farting sounds with Sharon Osbourne, Project Manager Bret Michaels created three smooth and slightly edgy spots in which he cracked wise about plumber’s crack and complained about being “hot and sticky.” The executives appeared mildly horrified but preferred the Michaels Touch to that of Tenacity’s Summer Sanders, who smothered all three of her ads in a huge vat of weak sauce.

In the end, after listening to Cyndi Lauper try to recite history as learned through an HBO miniseries, and attempting to understand why the women weren’t fond of his new Bromance partner Curtis, Trump fired Summer for the fact that she had no killer instinct in the Boardroom. My full recap will be up later, but you can share your two cents right now. Was Trump right in firing Summer? Were those the lamest corporate execs ever? And how are we feeling about the addition of yet another Trump (Eric) to the Boardroom? Hit the message boards and let us know! And to get all the Celebrity Apprentice news and views sent right right to you, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.

Image credit: Al Goldstein/NBC

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