I have really liked the way Kevin has handled other situations, and I did understand that he was frustrated, but that entire scene was totally absurd. He's not her dad, she doesn't have to take orders, she doesn't have to stop talking when he says so, and she doesn't have to agree with his characterization of what she's doing. When you demand that people explain things to you -- what they're doing about this or that -- you have to let them tell you, or you are, by definition, the asshole in the situation. And he is. She's a terrible leader on the task, and she's gotten a lot of things wrong, but he's the asshole in that conversation. He was just berating her and showing off, and there was no chance that what he just did was going to help the situation. What he should have done was tell the rest of the team while Elizabeth was gone that he was happy with what they came up with last night, and he didn't appreciate the rest of them giving her shit about it when he and she were working until 2:30 in the morning while they were sleeping, and that he backed her version and wanted to stick with that. Had he done that, they might -- might -- have done substantially better. Of course, that approach wouldn't have given him an opportunity to waggle his finger at her and boss her around, so there's that disadvantage. As he stomps away from her, he says, "You'll get no more input from me on this." I'm not sure she...asked for any more input, but thanks.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 551 USERS: C+
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