The show's gotta do an end-run around the whole thing in order to justify the fact that Trump and Ivanka are going to sign off on this behavior later, so that starts now, with Frank interviewing about how you can't even think about the other team or how they feel or what they're doing, because if you blink, you're going to lose. Which is true to an extent, and I agree that Arrow won this task hardcore. But I also think they got carried away with the excitement of being gross, which is... gross. The only point Angela can make in the boardroom is that they didn't represent Universal well, and that's a good point, but it has nothing to do with inter-team politics, which is why and how people got fired. So none of this is on the table, and I see no reason it should be, but on the other hand it's kind of important not to lose sight of your own worth, like as a human being? Which is kind of what their behavior is about.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B | 614 USERS: B-
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