On Sunday's episode, both teams were challenged to create a viral video for an O-Cedar mop. Obviously. The men, led by Lou Ferrigno, took a comical route.
The women, however, went with a double entendre "What's your number?" campaign.
While not overtly sexual, each woman, under the direction of Lisa Lampanelli and guidance of project manager Carrere, revealed how many mops they'd owned in their lives.
The men's idea mopped the floor with them and raised $50,000 for charity, leaving the ladies - Carrere, Lampanelli and Aubrey O'Day - fighting for survival.
When push came to shove, Carrere stepped up ... and fell on her own sword.
"Unfortunately I know as project manager, my head is on the chopping block," she told Trump, believing that someone else would go down with her.