The task: Create a corporate retreat for a bunch of "dealer-owners" from GM. They keep saying that all episode: "dealer-owner." I love it. The whole deal is that they will be introducing the DOs to the 2007 Chevy Tahoe, and the DOs will grade them on how well the teams do forcing them to interact with each other, how well they inform them about the Tahoe, and how motivational they are about getting out there and selling the Tahoe. I prefer the Sequoia, because it reminds me of this time I was at the grocery store with my friend Paul and he mumbles, "Every single vowel. They got 'em all." And when I asked him what he meant, he pointed at the Sequoia and it took me like twenty minutes to figure it out, and so now when I see a Sequoia I always think about Paul, and how he is a bit weird. Bryce interviews that he -- in so many words -- forgives Lee and Dan for being Jewish, but that he and the group are going to have to work harder. I really, really like Bryce this week. I also like this project because it has scale, which has been lacking, and it has party planning, which is both exciting to do and exciting to watch people fuck up.
The Weekly Wisdom this week makes literally no sense whatsoever. It's like a Tristan Tzara movie up in there. The words "Plan B" flash on the screen and then Trump is talking about how there are people out there, many of them, who are "highly inflexible," so you have to have a Plan B, which is where you go if you are flexible, because you need flexibility, and without a Plan B, it's not going to work, because without a Plan B, you are not flexible, which is what you need to be. And then Orpheus shows up in a leather jacket and there's a rose petal on the snow and it's all about flexibility. Or something. I mean, we will see Andrea come up with a Plan B, and we will see Theresa being stupidly inflexible, but I do not understand why this made no sense. Or why Kenneth Anger was in it, dressed as Cleopatra.