The women's effort to name their team goes less than smoothly. Omarosa wants the name to communicate power and unity. Ereka would also like it to communicate "shock." Oh, totally. I know I only buy from companies where I hear the name of the company for the first time and yell, "Holy crap! Are they kidding?" Oh, and Amy has something to add: "No idea is stupid." This is known as The Moment When You Realize Amy Has Never Watched Reality Television.
Over in the men's area, Bowie is pushing the virtues of an initial-based name, like the BMA Corporation, for Business Men Associated. Wow, catchy. I'm starting to understand how Dilbert got to be so unhappy.
Omarosa suggests the name "Donald's Darlings." No, really. Remember "no idea is stupid"? Yeah. There you go. That idea is stupid. To their credit, all of the other women cringe and wrinkle their faces like she just pooped on the floor.
The men get to talking about how versatile they all are. They can kiss Trump's right or left shoe! They can be fame-whores on network TV or on cable! Bowie comes up with "VersaCorp," which is really only a little bit more interesting than "BMA." But the men like it, and they all agree on it. Task completed, mission accomplished. Whatever. Let's have some beer. I love guys. Nick bitches in an interview that he doesn't like the name and doesn't think it will impress Donald. He calls it "corny." Yeah. Where is the gravity, people?
Ereka, meanwhile, floats another name idea with the women. "Protégé?" she says timidly. The other women go for it immediately. It sounds so French! And so girly! It's Mazda-licious! She interviews that she always goes for what she "believe[s] in." You believe in the name Protégé Corporation? You believe in it? The way people believe in disarmament, or the free market, or the Atkins Diet? You believe in the name Protégé Corporation? Oy, she is a big flake.