She scribbles. He scribbles. Troy interviews that he found this whole "third grade" paper exchange totally ridiculous. But they do trade papers, and when Katrina opens his, it says, "I want what you want." Heeee hee. He interviews that he did this thinking that it would "get her goat." And you have to remember, of course, that she was being a complete snot about all her expertise, and he already knew they wanted the same place, and he had already suggested a coin flip to decide who would get to pick, and she had been all pinchy-faced about it. It seems like a totally understandable move to me on his part. Tricky, yes. But he knows it doesn't affect the outcome, and he knows she's trying to psych him out, so this is him psyching her out. It's brilliant, if you think about it -- he's making her think he took advantage of her in some dirty way, when he didn't. And he's doing it because he knows her, and he knows that this won't rev her up -- it'll just distract her and make her lose her composure. Which it does. "That's not ethical," she spits, suddenly dead serious now that she's not crowing about all her expertise. She interviews, "I think Troy is a sleazeball, I think he's despicable...he's the most dishonest person that I've ever met." Apparently, he's the most dishonest person that Katrina has ever met as a result of having done this one thing. Katrina has not met very many people if that's really true, because...that was tricky, but if that's the most dishonest behavior you've ever been exposed to, you need to get out more. Start with the online personals.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: A- | 515 USERS: C+
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