But while their battle between SEO and hosiery was exciting in itself, it was the Twitter reactions that had everyone laughing this morning.
Lord Sugar’s long-suffering aide, Nick Hewer, stood down after ten years on the boardroom panel and by the looks of things, you’re going to miss those eyebrows.
Then there was the return of fired candidates, with Sarah Dales giving poor Mark a headache when deciding the name of his digital marketing brand.
Of course, the BBC must get a mention too for some of the dazzling memes you’ll see below (Solomon and the sponge being a particular favourite). Otherwise, it was all about tights.
But why not just take a look for yourself:
*sings* "The final boardroom! Doo doo doo doo. Doo di doo doo doo!" #TheApprentice— David Schneider (@davidschneider) December 21, 2014
True Skin, tights brought to you by Hannibal Lecter #theapprentice— Holly Brockwell (@hollybrocks) December 21, 2014
How desperate you must be to have to send Sarah Dales to do your market research, I don't know. #theapprentice— Luke (@lukeeharman) December 21, 2014
"Climb Online" looks like "Clim-bon-leen" according to Sarah Dales. Someone remind me why she's not in the final? #TheApprentice— Fresh Business (@freshbusiness) December 21, 2014
I can see me selling tights on the corner of Oxford St— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) December 21, 2014
Mark Wright, from TOWIE to I'm A Celeb to Strictly Come Dancing and now wins The Apprentice...— Nick Bright (@NickBrightDJ) December 21, 2014
Essentially, what Mark is saying is: “Let me be your front door… and let orange aliens climb up your ladders.” #theapprentice— The Apprentice (@bbcapprentice) December 21, 2014
I'm very upset. Will I ever find the right colour of tights for my sweet caramel legs? #apprenticefinal— Stephen Carroll (@Stephen_C80) December 21, 2014
I think 'Climb Media' could go viral and spread really quickly. #TheApprentice— Greg James (@gregjames) December 21, 2014