At any rate, Tana tells Kendra that she and Craig "shut down early," and Craig says he objects to staying up "just to be staying up." Kendra answers, by way of explaining why she'd rather they stayed, "I'm the kind of person that really respects my teammates' opinions, and I enjoy doing things as a team." Craig comes back: "I'm not convinced that what you just said is true yet, so." Kendra looks stung as Craig wraps up with a non-heartfelt, non-helpful, passive-aggressive "It's all good." Ooh, I hate that. Tana says that Craig is trying to say that "what he wants to see is some vision of your magazine experience, your publication experience." Which is absolutely not what Craig said, nor is it what Craig was trying to say. Craig was trying to say "fuck you," which is pretty much what he said, so Tana can butt out or speak for herself, but she doesn't need to restate "fuck you" as "we would like to see more manifestations of your publication experience." Kendra swallows hard and says that she at least appreciates the honesty. "While," she adds, "I'm extremely offended by it." She leaves, and Tana cackles to herself, because really hurting somebody's feelings is just about the most fuckin' hilarious thing that can happen. That is a lady who badly needs to be brought down a couple of pegs at some point, because she has become intolerably full of herself in a very short time. Kendra interviews that she felt like Tana told her that because she has experience, she has to do the whole thing herself. Which I don't think is what Tana meant, but it's kind of how it came off, because of the attitude. "If that's what it has to take to get the job done and to win," Kendra interviews as we watch Craig and Tana head home, "that's what I'm going to do."
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 602 USERS: B-
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