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'Celebrity Apprentice' Recap: Gary Busey Brings Men to Crazy Town; Niki Taylor Exits Gracefully

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Mar. 21 2011, Published 12:36 p.m. ET

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Last night's Celebrity Apprentice teams were managed by actor Gary Busey and model Niki Taylor as both groups tried to create an RV-camping experience in the middle of the Big Apple in the episode titled "Unhappy Campers." Gary may be known for his crazy antics and rash behavior, but it turns out his leadership is not that bad, as the men trumped the women in competition!

The women focused most of their energy on interior decorating and won that part of the contest hands down; however, their lack of attention to the exterior landscape did not make the The Camping World exec, who judged the competition, happy.

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And once the judges visited the men's RV to find Gary and Jose Canseco playing a game of catch and was treated to a campfire song by Richard Hatch, it was all over and they skated their way to victory.

In the end, Niki, who led the losing team was sent home. The former model exited gracefully, refusing to call out any member of her team for their laziness or poor organization.

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Host Donald Trump made notice of her classy exit.

"Niki you are fantastic, but other than that, you are fired," he said, keeping his comment brief.

Catch clips from last night's episode below! Were you sad to see Niki go?

Niki — "You're Fired"

Bonus scenes of Gary acting like...well Gary.

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