Last night's "Celebrity Apprentice" had a Medieval (or if Victoria Gotti is writing this, "mid-evil") theme, which was befitting the epic amount of drama on display.
The teams were charged with putting on shows for Medieval Times, with the audience voting on the winner. The men, led by Penn Jillette, went with your basic flashy, corny, fast-paced, action-packed show, designed to appeal to kids and their parents. The women, led by Lisa Lampanelli, decided on a mash-up spoofing "The Real Housewives of New Jersey," "Jersey Shore," and "Celebrity Apprentice."
The "Real Housewives" show was less popular and the women had to send someone home.
Our homeboy Clay Aiken was at the center of some of the early drama, as his tambourine shaking during rehearsal spooked a horse, which threw Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider. Snider's finger snapped at the base and will require surgery to repair.