The men find their nice suite and start discussing names. Richard Hatch has brought some ideas with him that we don't get to hear. We just know that Lil Jon doesn't like them. He can't be associated with anything lame! Instead, he suggests "Winners." Someone suggests "Magnitude." Someone else says "Pinnacle," and Gary Busey agrees. "Penultimate." (They want to be second to last?) "Integris." Busey starts cracking jokes, suggesting "Sperm Farmers." Richard Hatch is not amused.
The women like their pretty suite, too. Star lets out her tiny Maltese, Pinky, because she'd rather get a hug from her than take a Xanax. Latoya likes the name ASAP, which means "Artists Singers Authors and Professionals" for a purpose. Star loves it, too. Lisa doesn't really like it, but decides to fight bigger battles because "the sisters were strong on this name." I'm not sure she should be calling Latoya and Star "the sisters." Marlee teaches them how to do ASAP in sign language. Now they have to pick a project manager, but no one wants to do it, so they all beg Star to do it. She relents, because she prosecuted murders and then sat next to Barbara Walters for nine years. But, still, this makes her nervous. Back with the guys, they've moved on to "Backbone," and everyone likes it. David Cassidy tells us it means "strength, courage, honor, integrity... I think it really suits this bunch." How did the editors not make a crazy gong sound or something when he said that? Now they have to pick a project manager. Richard Hatch says he's always, always willing. John Rich tells us that Richard Hatch is crazy, always watching everyone. He guarantees Hatch has a chart with notes about everyone back in his hotel room. They all agree Richard can be the man, and they think that means they've just won. David Cassidy says he was the right choice because only a serious player could win the first Survivor.
Trump calls them back to the boardroom. Lil Jon thinks it feels like walking into a haunted house, with all the souls of the people who've been fired. They sit down, then Trump comes in wearing a shiny purple tie, which I love. Trump tells them they'll sometimes have fun, but mostly be miserable. He says Don and Ivanka will be his boardroom advisers. The men tell him they've chosen Hatch as PM, and Busey tries to incomprehensibly explain why. They tell him it was a unanimous choice, and that their team is called Backbone. Trump asks Marlee who their PM is, so Jack tells us that it's Star Jones. Trump's happy with the choice, and so is Dionne. And Nene. Latoya tells him their name is ASAP, which doesn't mean "as soon as possible" but... something she can't remember. She keeps getting the words wrong, subbing Actors for Artists and Performers for Professionals. Trump tells her it's okay, but the men are already snickering. Then they show how they learned sign language. Trump's impressed, and so is Backbone. Hatch wishes them well.