Perhaps we all will. And then we can all go to a White Power rally. Oh, you're not Caucasian? Sorry, you're not invited. It's really about celebrating how great it is to be white. Why would that be a problem? Stop screaming! You can eat the hamburgers, ladies, if you really want to -- you're just not allowed to celebrate them with us. It's a man thing.
Charmaine's not happy, heading into the BR. Trump asks what went wrong, and she levels with the facts: "We failed to capitalize on the products as a source of revenue, and Synergy did $300 more in sales." She tells them that she wasn't a bad PM, and Carolyn zeroes in: "You take no blame?" Charmaine replies, idiotically, that it's not really that hard for her to say that she "wasn't at fault," and that the entire failure was no solely her fault. Dumb, just like every week when she says this. Carolyn asks what her stupid plan was anyway, "put flyers on cars a mile and a half away?" Charmaine says her strategy was more about one-on-one interaction, not so much with the flyers, because haircuts don't sell themselves that way. Carolyn jumps tracks: "You had five stylists in there doing nothing, while you four ran around handing out flyers." Bill gleefully jumps in: "Actually it was dead when I came in, and they were doing your hair." Charmaine admits that without shame, and Trump's confused. She explains that one of them "needed to go through the process," so they could tell customers what makes the Hair Cuttery different and better. I don't disagree in theory, but it was a bad idea to do it on Day Two, and honestly it wasn't necessary in this task, period. Trump's like, "Like so you would sell better, if you liked it?" She tries to explain it, but nobody's really convinced that this was worthwhile. I just think it looked stupid. Bill says that she could have been out in the lot during the time it took for her to "experience" the salon, and that bringing in a possible ten or fifteen customers in that time would have won the task. He's saying the right thing in the wrong way, restricting it to that probable one-hour period instead of just using it as an example for her lack of marketing initiative.