"Celebrity Apprentice" returns to NBC Sunday night with the phrase "All-Star" attached.
Some of the more memorable players from the past five years have returned to give it another go working for Donald Trump.
Gary Busey is just one of 14 colorful personalities Donald Trump's brought back.
"The main reason I'm here is to redeem myself. And show everybody I'm one very sharp...man," Busey said.
"We turned down 11 or 12 people that wanted to be there," Trump added.
Those who made the cut are once again doing projects to raise money for charity.
You'll see as the shows unfolds over the next few weeks that the contestants were thrown a curveball even the show's producers didn't expect.
They were in the midst of filming the series when Superstorm Sandy hit New York City.
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