The dreaded clip show
Sigh. I'm done. Forever.
After the footage of The Incident I Am Never Addressing Again, we get some new stuff featuring Amy back at the suite trying to give Assorama the heads-up that she's bugging the shit out of everyone. Amy tries to do this in a fairly dispassionate way by saying that Assorama's approach isn't productive for the team, and Assorama's response is to laugh condescendingly and tell Amy that all the other girls talk about her (Amy) behind her back. Assorama explains in an interview that Amy tried to "put [Assorama] down because she was truly threatened by [Assorama]." Which is another of those times that I just start to wonder about the woman's grip on reality. She claims that she played a "fun mind game with Amy in return." She cackles, or giggles, or something, and it's just so soulless and joyless and disconnected from humanity that it's utterly creepy. Amy wasn't putting her down, Amy was trying to address the issues on the team in a way that was actually very diplomatic. But I don't know why I would expect Assorama to get it.
Anyway, the men went to the Boardroom, and Jason fingered Sam for sleeping. George pushed for the firing of Sam, but Trump insisted that Jason was responsible for the downfall of the team in this particular task, and Jason was fired. In his bonus interview, Jason still insists that he did nothing wrong, but he reaches this conclusion by insisting that Sam was worse. Which really isn't the same thing as Jason himself being right, but...whatever, I suppose. It's all relative -- and not just in West Virginia.