If you missed week 7 of Celebrity Apprentice you missed the chance to see the real Gary Busey. He has turned out to be a real back stabber and a liar. It's to bad it took getting rid of Mark Magrath for Trump to see through Busey. Backbone would never lose if Busey would have been fired last week. There was a high "steaks" showdown on this week's "Celebrity Apprentice."  On Sunday's episode of the NBC hit, the men's team took aim at Gary Busey.  The actor was the losing project manager on a task to present a cooking demo featuring food from Omaha Steaks.  After Gary's teammates voiced numerous complaints about the actor, Donald Trump lowered the axe. Busey's firing came after weeks of frustrations with the once Oscar-nominated actor from his teammates.  Remaining Backbone competitors Meat Loaf, Lil Jon, and John Rich cited Busey's lack of organization, his eccentric style of communicating, and his failure to delegate as weaknesses.  Rich added that at one point in the task, Busey referred to him as "Boy," a term he found insulting.  In the boardroom, Busey claimed to have called John a "Cowboy."

The women fared better this week with project manager Hope Dworaczyk.  The "Playboy" model surprised Trump by not only holding her own with her teammates, but by leading them to a win.  The 26-year-old raised 20-thousand dollars for her charity Best Buddies in the process.

With week seven behind the celebrities, the pool of candidates is thinning out on a fourth season of "Celebrity Apprentice."  The show airs on Sundays on NBC.