The teams show up at Madison Square Park and find four RVs: two small ones, one that's a little nicer, and one super-nice RV that's like a tour bus. The women like the two smaller ones better anyway, because they think they're more homey. It's the easiest negotiating ever because everyone gets what they want. Back in their fancy RV, Jose's like, "I don't like this RV because it's too fancy and not as homey and family as the other." Nice of him to speak up NOW, right? Anyway, the other guys disagree and think they have a better mix with their super-fancy and their mid-level family RVs.
Marcus shows up while Team ASAP's brainstorming. They've come up with a title: "A 21st-century Camping World." Star does exactly what she swore she wouldn't do and takes over the conversation, asking Marcus all of the questions, cutting other people off. Nene tells us later that Star just can't help herself from being the boss. Marcus tells them that the most important thing is this isn't about promoting the RV lifestyle; it's about promoting Camping World. At Team Backbone, Lil Jon's offering an idea of setting up four different scenarios, but Busey hates it. Then Busey interviews that "Lil Jon turned out to be an antagonist in my heart to me. I don't know what it was, but it's his issue, not mine." Uh, okay then. Lil Jon says he wasn't really feeling Busey, who kept cutting him off. Mark offers up some ideas, too, but Busey tells them to keep it simple or they're going to miss the point. Hatch just observes and then says that he considers himself sort of an expert at tapping into what people are about, but with Busey, it's kind of "Put on your seat belt; it's going to be a bumpy ride." Marcus shows up, and they feel him out. He tells them the same stuff: This is about branding, not about RVs. It's about football games, concerts, etc. Lil Jon's annoyed that Busey didn't ask any questions. After Marcus leaves, Busey starts rambling about how he wants to go to Camping World to get some backpacks and first aid kids, and this will be the home base, from where folks can fly out like little drones. Or something. I mean, that's all I could make out. Meat Loaf might as well have a question mark thought bubble above his head as he's trying to take notes.