For Donald Trump, seeing two heads roll is apparently better than one.

Two of the six remaining candidates on NBC's The Apprentice: Los Angeles will be fired by The Donald at the conclusion of the Sunday, April 8 episode, which begins airing at 10PM ET/PT.  Prior to meeting their fates in the boardroom, the six finalists will travel to Las Vegas to create a new advertising and promotional campaign for the second tower of the Trump International Hotel and Tower. 

In addition the "Arrow" and "Kinetic" teams that the original 18 candidates were first split into will be disbanded and the final six candidates will instead organize into three teams of two.

The Apprentice: Los Angeles' six remaining candidates are Frank Lombardi, a 27-year-old contracting company founder from Bronx, NY; Heidi Androl, a 26-year-old national/international sales manager from Santa Monica, CA; James Sun, a 29-year-old Internet entrepreneur from Seattle, WA; Kristine Lefebvre, a 37-year-old attorney from Los Angeles, CA; Nicole D'Ambrosio, a 25-year-old commercial real estate corporation owner and broker from Chicago, IL; and Stefani Schaeffer, a 32-year-old attorney from Los Angeles, CA.

The sixth edition of The Apprentice -- the first to be filmed outside of New York -- is scheduled to air its finale live on Sunday, April 22 at 10PM ET from the Hollywood Bowl.