Roxanne interviews how this reward is "pretty darn cool" and she really liked it, but again I call bullshit: you're only saying it because it's a reward, and in the real world you wouldn't care, because this is just like on Big Brother when their so-called reward is to "go" to a "movie" and it's always like one of those movies where Ashley Judd does something, and then one of three black men shows up and tells her how it's gotta be, and then they do some things, and then somebody gets punished, and sometimes that person is Ashley Judd, but the houseguests all get real, real crazed about it anyhow, because they've lost their minds. Allie tells Roxanne that she "loves" Tammy, but that "somebody" has gotta go, and that it was, after all, "her vision." True, true, true. Allie interviews this same stuff directly to us, and it's still all true. Sin by omission. Roxanne says that Tammy was not behaving in a Girl Power manner because she wanted it to be "her show" and that is: not true. But I like Roxanne more than Allie -- I think Allie's just a better liar. Roxanne worries that they can't be sure if Tammy's going to "roll over or fight," which: it's Tammy, what do you think she's going to do? "Rolling over" is like her favorite hobby. Allie wishes it could be "clean" (lie), and Roxanne says without much relish that it could get ugly. Tammy interviews, for her part, that they gave a "half-assed effort all around," with this task (true, but not limited to two of the three people on the team), and that Roxanne did a "terrible job" executing the signage (true, but not material), and that Roxanne's been "riding the coattails of Allie" for "twelve weeks" (vastly not true, in my opinion).
But, like, that's ass-covering talk, because the reason they failed was Tammy's shitty idea. End of story. Yeah, the other two are assholes for not helping her figure that out, but all three of them are exactly the same amount of embarrassing this week. Because I think what Tammy did was not read their reactions entirely, assumed a loss, and started thinking she could use their bitchery against them in the Boardroom, so she is guilty of exactly what they are guilty of, except she's nailing her own foot with that, because the whole thing actually is her fault. The only way it's not her fault is that they didn't stop her, and that's not viable in the Boardroom: "Mr. Trump, they refused to stop me from fucking this up." She can't honestly believe it was conceptual, the failure -- even though they told her a million times that it was, and all it takes is a split-second viewing of the horror that was the Rush tent to drive home the veracity of that -- so any excuse she makes is going to be predicated on like five wrong assumptions and no well-formed theorems whatsoever, so this is all over.