Elizabeth runs into another problem when she tells the team that they're going to have to go and shoot the footage they're going to use before they know exactly what they're doing, because the shooting will take far too long to wait for a script. Kevin says he disagrees, but she says she knows it's going to take a long time. Kevin smirks condescendingly at her. He then interviews that they had limited time, so they had to just shoot as well as they could and hope for the best. Back in the conference room, Jen applies lip gloss as Raj begins his hysterical comedy routine about terrorists. No, really. It's hilarious. He and Chris talk about how Raj could, in the commercial, run toward the compound shooting a gun in the air and wearing a body bomb, and then get shot by the cops. Wow. They are so in tune with the client, because I predict that the NYPD thinks the idea of a guy with a bomb strapped to him is completely hilarious. Whatever. I despise them all. Including Jen, who's smirking in that "I'm the girl who won't make the offensive joke, but I'll laugh at it so you think I'm cool" kind of way. Elizabeth, much to her credit, is legitimately disgusted, and says it was "the rudest thing [she] ever heard in [her] life." Raj does his "alalalalala" imitation of a crazed suicide bomber one more time, as Chris laughs hysterically. Elizabeth looks ill. It's ironic to me that the guys who probably would spend the most time lecturing you about how important it is to go out and kill terrorists are the ones who patently don't grasp the gravity.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 551 USERS: C+
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