Thanks to an interruption on Sunday night Celebrity Appretice, We will have to wait until Thursday night to watch the show on MSNBC. I can't believe the news spent an hour telling us Bin Laden was dead then the president took another half hour to tell us the same crap. HE'S DEAD, WE GET IT. If you can't wait to watch it, Read the celebrity apprentice story here.

Timing is everything. On Sunday night's "Celebrity Apprentice," east coast viewers were interrupted ever so rudely with just 15 minutes left in the show for President Obama's special announcement - left without knowing the outcome of Trump's weighty decision. Though, of course, the interruption was well-merited.

One interruption that may have been just as welcome throughout the show was that of one very-irate NeNe Leakes, who took every opportunity she could to whale on arch nemesis Star Jones.

In front of clients, to a startled Ivanka Trump, in the boardroom - for NeNe, there just wasn't enough time in the day to express her distaste for the back-stabbing lawyer-cum-talk show host.

The animosity starts off early in the episode, with NeNe being tasked as project manager by Star for what the reality star takes to be a manipulative move.
"I know how you think, I know how you play the game," NeNe challenges Star in front of all the players, Trump and the client. "I will take you down. I'm not scared of you." Is that any way for an executive-hopeful to act?
"Where's Barbara Walters now?" she continues.
"This is not 'Housewives,'" Star responds calmly. "I was bound to show America how someone who is educated handles stress, and how someone who is not educated handles stress." And show us she does.
Star refuses to bite NeNe's bait and as the task gets under way - the two teams are putting together a hair show to promote the client's hair products - she stays mostly silent, only narrowing her eyes occasionally to show her true feelings. Spooky.
And speaking of spooky, everyone's favorite ghost also makes an appearance on Sunday's show. La Toya approaches The Donald in a very scripted meeting, insisting that she didn't deserve to be fired, and that she would love to have a second go at the win.
Somewhere, Gary Busey is sobbing in a corner as he watches, and Richard Hatch is kicking himself for not thinking of a similar tactic.
But neither of the two ousted BackBone members would likely have gotten Trump's compliment to La Toya as she exited his office: "Nice pants."

She's baaaack! Nikki Taylor returned to 'Celebrity Apprentice' returns to do what she does best: model. Back in the meeting rooms, Team ASAP comes up with the concept of a "Shake Your Beauty" theme for the show, and things seem to get a little friendlier as they blow off some steam by flopping their hair about and dancing around the room. The only complaint here is that Hope is apparently "tired of being the model," which is ironic, since that's been the only thing she's done well with on the show this season.