Peachy next calls out the men, beginning with Roger, a fifty-six-year-old construction company vice-president from California. In an interview, he tells us that although the women may have strength of will, what they really need is strength of...well, strength. He says, "You know, and this is a forbidding place. It's pathetic!" The announcing of the men moves much quicker: Peachy calls out Alex, a thirty-two-year-old triathlon coach from Los Angeles; Rob, a twenty-four-year-old computer projects coordinator from New York; Butch, a fifty-year-old middle school principal from Illinois; Texan tax accountant Daniel, twenty-seven; twenty-four-year-old California rocket scientist Dave, who waves at Peachy; twenty-three-year-old Maryland model Ryan; and thirty-three-year-old D.C. restaurant designer, Matthew. Rob looks like Chandler's weird roommate, who was also one of the friends in A Beautiful Mind. ["Adam Goldberg." -- Wing Chun] Later, we'll find out that he acts like him as well. ["Hey! Adam Goldberg only pretends to acts like that!" -- Wing Chun] Daniel tells us in an earnest interview that the men were really "pumped up" because "there is no way that women are gonna beat [them] in anything...physically, mentally, in whatever." How about that baby-birthing, Daniel? How about that? In any case, he insists that his tribe is never going to Tribal Council. The men -- obviously indiscreet in their collective chauvinism -- manage to piss off Jenna, who calls their cockiness annoying, and tells us in an interview that she wants to beat them just to shut them up.
Peachy manages to stop the hugging long enough to tell the S16 a story about the naming of the Amazon. Blah blah blah macho Spanish explorer. Blah blah blah "very fierce, very courageous female warriors." Blah blah blah "women only," and blah blah "first notion that women could survive just fine on their own." This last part elicits clapping and hooting from the women, because being talked down to is fun! In any case, this is where the term "Amazon women" originated, and Peachy thinks it's fitting, then, to have the inaugural tribal division by gender. Peachy announces that the women will be called Jaburu, after a bird, and the men will be called Tamaqui, after a fish. He tosses them their buffs and maps, and promises them some "very meager supplies" at their new home. He tells them which direction to head, and advises them to look for the flags. He then yells, "Shove off!" which is a phrase I'm sure they've all heard before if they're anything like the prior competitors on this show.