With that, the teams are called to the boardroom. Trump introduces the teams to his children/advisors Ivanka and Don. He asks who will lead the women's team. Patricia says she volunteered and knows how to lead a team and put together events quickly. They tell Trump they've chosen Forte as their moniker. He moves to the men. Paul shifts his eyes nervously as his name is announced as PM, and he continues not saying a word. Though, if the only words that will come out of his mouth are "I don't care," then perhaps it's best that he keeps mum. (For real, though, why is he here?) The men of Unanimous tell Trump their idiotic name, claiming it symbolizes how well they get along.
Before he introduces the task, Trump explains that intended Unanimous teammate Marco Andretti couldn't arrive with the others because his friend (Dan Wheldon) died in a racing accident. As such, Marco's father Michael has offered to replace his son in the competition and will be joining his team soon. Now for this week's task: Make and sell "celebrity" sandwiches. This is a sales-based task, though tips will also factor into determining the winner. Trump tells them to make delicious sandwiches and warns them of the unique shame of being fired first before dismissing them.
Unanimous. The guys believe that excitement will be the key to their success. So they're pulling out all the stops, calling in bikes from Paul's shops, utilizing Penn's fire-breathing and juggling skills, and... showcasing Lou and Paul's huge biceps? Yeah, not sure how that last element fits in. Dee likens the atmosphere to a carnival. They move on to their strategy. Adam thinks sales volume isn't as important as bringing in big ticket donations. They go around talking about how much they can expect to chip in. Dee says he can call on $5,000-10,000. Paul dismisses him out of hand, saying he could pull half a million dollars. Maybe this is another reason why Paul doesn't talk that much? Because his mouth says crazy things! I know he's under pressure to deliver as PM, but there is such a thing as blowing your wad too early in the game. The guys are, like, "What in the what now?" They ask him to repeat himself, and he insists he can get $500,000 in hand by tomorrow. And Victoria's the mobster? Seeing that they are outmatched, the guys decide to let Paul carry the task and save their big ticket donors for a future challenge. Go big or go home, as they say. Luckily Paul's home is only about 62 miles away if he muffs this.