Back in their chat, Bill clarifies that the reason he's being taken in is that he was with her. She adds, just so there's no misunderstanding or anything, that the only reason she's not taking Katrina is basically that Katrina did nothing, so there's no reason to take her. HA HA HA! Yeah, brilliant thinking, there, genius. That'll win him over! Boyfriend Bill interviews that Ereka was lobbying hard for his support so she could get rid of Nick. He points out, however, that last week, Ereka pounded him once she got into the room with Trump and the Viceroys. So he doesn't trust her any farther than he can throw her -- which I'm sure is actually a long, long distance, so the symbolism is probably wrong, but I have to say it's something I would really enjoy seeing scientifically tested. "Trust me," she tells him in S4, "it's not personal." He shoots her a look, and then he says, "Well, just because you preface something and say it's not personal...doesn't necessarily mean it isn't." Oh, thank God. I think I've been waiting for somebody to call out that stupid reality show chestnut for about a zillion years. Even more than in real life, "it's not personal" means, in reality-land, "I would wrap you in oily rags and throw matches at you if I thought I wouldn't get caught." When he says that he may take it personally whether she disclaims it or not, she shrugs and snots, "Yeah, you can." I'm sure he appreciates the permission. She rubs her eyes and says, "I hate this shit so much," but all of a sudden, her hair is up, so they apparently talked about something else while she put her hair up. Probably how much she lurves Katrina and hates Nick. Bad Nick! Nick is not her girlfriend! Bill stands up to leave and gives her a semi-medium-five as he goes.
At some other point in history, Ereka, in a black strapless dress, pulls Nick aside and tells him that he and Bill are the ones going to the Boardroom. She says that she has to, after all, because George thinks the distributors were the ones who "broke or made" the team. Of course, it's obvious that it's impossible for that to dictate Nick and Bill, because to the degree Nick met with distributors, Katrina did too, so...she's utterly talking out of her ass, which is fine, I guess, and to be expected. "If she slings mud in this direction," Nick interviews, "that won't be a good move." He explains that if Ereka makes that decision, he will crucify her with her own words. "She'll effectively self-implode [sic]."