"Exactly, and I want to continue that method, because it works," Martha says. "WE are the experts. WE know what's going to sell. WE know what people are going to read. WE know what colors people will love. WE know that and WE communicate that." I wonder if Martha's ever read We by Zamyatin. Scared the crap out of me in college. Martha says "WE" need substance because it is the substance that makes her life interesting and it's the substance that she craves. I know which substance I crave that makes my life interesting. Charles and Martha come down on Leslie for how awful the showroom looked and for inviting a car to eat dinner at a table that looked that bad. I have to say, I don't think the car is that picky. Martha tells Ryan he can stay, and then turns to Marcela and Leslie. "I would prefer having the do-er rather than the talker, so I just have to tell you, Leslie, thank you, but we just don't need you." Harsh buds! Leslie thanks Martha and leaves. Outside, Marcela reaches out to Leslie for a hug. Ryan also hugs Leslie and her Hubba Bubba pink wool blazer.
Back in the conference room, Charles natters something about Leslie being exposed. Martha notes, "There are places in this world for Leslie that are very excellent." "Very excellent"? What kind of grammar that, Martha? Martha writes her letter: "Dear Leslie, We think that General Hospital needs you far more than we do. Sincerely, Martha. P.S. Alexis sends her best also." Man, Martha, is that diss because she went all public with her sexperimentation and LITERAL making love to the camera, or is your daughter simply a postscript in your perfectly planted life? The world...doesn't want to know, actually.