Alexis asks Primarius who among them thinks they are the strongest team leader. Everyone raises their hands, grinning. Matchstick leans over to look at them, and every single one of them is smiling except Bethenny, who has her Banana Bitchface firmly in place. Maybe she accidentally ate some flour that morning. Charles asks who of them thinks they can lead Matchstick to victory on the next task. They all lower their hands and look at each other. Finally, Leslie raises her hand. Charles invites her to join Matchstick, telling the damp Matches that they are fortunate to have someone who is willing to take a chance for them. He adds that all of them at MSLO appreciate someone who is brave enough to take such a risk. "So, Charles and I and Martha expect great things from you on your next task," Alexis adds. Do you think she calls her mother "Martha" to her face? I wouldn't be surprised. The teams disperse. Leslie brags that she knew if anyone could pull of the feat of leading Matchstick to victory, it would be her. With Bobbie Spencer so concerned with stalking Scottie, Matchstick is SO going to lose. Amanda confesses that she doesn't know why Leslie "felt prompted to speak up, but everyone was sort of smiling because Leslie was not one of our strongest players and I think the fact that she left didn't really hurt us at all, so we were pleased." Maybe Leslie "felt prompted to speak up" because it was clear no one else would.
Primarius checks out their unfinished suite and gets excited. Amanda takes control of the group and they start brainstorming their "vision." They hit on an "Entertaining" theme where guests can watch movies, play games, and even have access to caterers. Sounds like the perfect place for a recappers' summit. Amanda underlines the face that they "quickly" came up with their vision. Carrie, announcing that she works with colors a lot, presents some color swatches that she thinks will work well in the suite. It looks like she's got soft maroon, grey-ish teal, and a mustard yellow. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't trust color advice from someone who thinks the British flag is acceptable winter wear. Amanda confesses that whatever Carrie was trying to prove, she wanted a professional design, not something that five executives baked up. Amanda pretty much steamrolls over Carrie in the meeting, who takes back her color swatches and pinches her lips together in such a way that brings her chin and nose together really unattractively.