Finally, the details of the episode, from the NBC press release:
THE FINAL THREE CANDIDATES ARE SUBJECTED TO THE DREADED INTERVIEW PROCESS ON NBC'S "THE APPRENTICE" (MAY 5, 9-10PM ET)
ONE CANDIDATE GETS FIRED EARLY IN THE EPISODE AND TRUMP SENDS THE FINAL TWO ON THEIR LAST MISSION
NEW YORK -- May 3, 2005 -- The countdown to "The Apprentice" one-hour finale on NBC begins as the final three candidates get grilled by four of the nation's top executives during the dreaded interview round leading to the penultimate firing of the season. Donald Trump issues the final two tasks, which will ensue over the next three episodes beginning May 5 (9-10pm ET) continuing on May 12 (9-10pm ET) and resulting in the ultimate boardroom hiring of the third "Apprentice" on May 19 broadcasting live from NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (9-10pm ET).
The executives featured in the May 5 interview round are:
David A. Brandon, Chairman & CEO, Domino's Pizza, Inc
Darlene Daggett, President, U.S. Commerce QVC, Inc.
Howard M. Lorber, Chairman, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate
Greg Brenneman, Chairman & CEO, Burger King Corp.
The final tasks feature the coordination of "The Best Buy Video Game World Championship" at Webster Hall involving a new video game from EA Sports and running "The NYC 2012 Athlete Challenge" at Chelsea Piers that will promote New York City's bid to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games.
Each finalist is assigned three employees to help execute these tasks and both are outraged to discover which "firees" return to join them on the mission.
Remaining Candidates: Craig, Tana and Kendra
"The Apprentice" is produced by Mark Burnett Productions in association with Trump Productions LLC. Mark Burnett, Donald Trump and Jay Bienstock are executive producers. Conrad Riggs and Kevin Harris are co-executive producers.