The ladies go to the reception desk, collect their messages, and head for the coffee station, only to be interrupted by various higher-ups requesting their presence. Oh, what a drag. What do the bosses want now? Jeannie heads off with her boss-man, and the other two women confer: did Gretchen talk to Jeannie about her excessive makeup? Gretchen thinks Jeannie's "toned it down." Sarah asks if Jeannie is stupid or something: "Now she's considering Botox!" Bitch Dyke Randa walks up and tells Jeannie that she's done a poor job with another legal memorandum -- too heavy on the legislative intent. Irrelevant unless the language is ambiguous, says Randa. Sarah says, "It's relevant when the law's been misapplied, Ran-DUH." They blink and snip at each other like it's a really personal issue. Randa tells Sarah to ignore the legislative stuff, adding that this motion is really "going to be [Randa's] moment," so she wants it to be perfect. She walks away and Gretchen and Sarah snipe, all, ooh, she's having a moment. I thought this kind of nasty backbiting and politicking only happened in advertising agencies, or on hospital shows like ER. On Ally, everyone had mental problems. What's this group's excuse?
Episode Report CardAlex Richmond: C- | 487 USERS: C+
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