The guys also try to come up with a name, with Pastore floating "The Bada Bing Boys." Gene Simmons, who I think was cast for having worse hair than Trump, suggests Hydra, which he confuses with Cerberus, the three-headed dog who guarded the gates of Hell. "No, that was my ex-wife," Pastore cracks. Piers gets on the web and finds out what the Hydra actually was, and they like the idea of a multiheaded, unkillable beast even better. So they have a name.
Omarosa continues to campaign for the PM job, and gets it. I'm sure it's not because anybody wants to see her fail and get fired first, or anything.
Brian Williams tells us that Huckabee won in Iowa. Do you need to know that? You probably already do, if you're reading this.
The Apprenti all file into the boardroom, as Marilu says that she doesn't think Trump will put celebrities through the stress that he did civilians. This woman was on daytime TV giving people advice for how many years? Trump enters and sits across from them, between his kids -- Don, Jr. on his right and Ivanka on his left. Omarosa and Stephen have been named project managers, and Trump asks if they know each other. "Unfortunately, I do," Omarosa says. "Yes, I think she's delightful," Stephen deadpans, cracking everyone up. Stephen is a tool as always, but at least he's decided to do this in character, which means he's working the slicked-back hair, sharp suit and tie, tubby young executive look and manner. The faking is obnoxious, but since it's less obnoxious than his actual self, I'm all for it. Trump breaks the news that they'll be selling hot dogs in their first task, and the team that makes the most money wins. Can it be so simple? And where does the product placement come in? Trump reminds them that as celebrities, they should be able to sell a lot of dogs for a lot more than the standard price. With a bit of advice on picking the right location, Trump cuts them loose. Omarosa wishes Stephen luck, and he says he won't need it. "Oh, you will," says Omarosa, insisting on getting the last word for what will be far from the last time.
At the Empresario meeting, they take a moment to mock Hydra's name, and then Omarosa taps Carol, as the resident New Yorker, to pick a location. She pitches 34th and 7th, near Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, and a post office. Consensus!