As they start to discuss team names, Raj announces that a great way to find names is by using British battleships. Oh, barf. I hate him so much already. Well, maybe not hate...I'm just so tired of him already, and it's so, so early. His ideas based on battleships, apparently, are "Intrepid," "Dauntless," and -- my favorite -- "Dreadnaught." Yes, that would be a great team name. Trump would not laugh at "Dreadnaught" at all. John busts out with his idea for a team name -- Mosaic. He gives a kind of bullshit explanation about how it's all the different pieces coming together, which explanation actually makes the name more twee than it is naturally. Pamela suggests "Empire State," which...is too long. A couple of them fasten on just "Empire," which Raj loves, because why name it after one battleship when you can name it after the whole British kit and caboodle? He goes on about how much Caesar would like the name "Empire," which is...just, man, shut up. You don't know that Caesar didn't make mosaics. Everybody had to take art, after all. Kevin the law student says that Raj was never hot on the name Mosaic. He liked Empire. As we just saw. Overnarration: the hobgoblin of little editors. Kevin says that this kind of attitude is "just how [Raj] rolls." Ugh. "Rolls."
Back at the meeting, they take a quick vote, and the winning name is -- Mosaic. Raj interviews that he doesn't like the name, because it isn't all about him. Well, he doesn't say that's why, but...that's why. He calls it a "fruity-toot" name, and he can just cut that shit right now, because people who wear fucking plaid pants and black and white shiny shoes and carry canes have a fucking lot of nerve calling anything "fruity-toot." Asshole. "It says nothing except the fact that we're politically correct...I don't even know." You can tell that sentence trailed off because he had no idea what he wanted to say. Because he has no point. Because he's an ass. He tries to rescue himself with the equally meaningless statement, "It's antithetical to my character and I don't like it on a fundamental level." Yeah. Thanks for that. Now go off in your corner and await your future assignment as a yes-man on The O'Reilly Factor.