Credits. I think you can tell a lot about a person from the fact that she has a creepy smile. And I'm not saying Stacy smiles like a gremlin, but if the grimace fits, you know.
New York skyline porn. Night. Muted trumpet. You assume from this that people up in the suite are totally doing it, but as it turns out it's just the Aspiring Corporate Weasel Death Watch. Of course, totally doing it would be one way to pass the time while they wait. It would beat talking to each other. The men are asking the first round of women to return what happened in the Boardroom. Remarkably, Ivana claims in an interview that Carolyn said she was embarrassed to be businesswoman because the women were losing. She apparently missed the part where Carolyn specifically said that the reason she was embarrassed to be a businesswoman is that the women could not get along and were fighting like eight-year-olds. Way to make sure you get the point of the lecture, Ivana. Back in the suite, Ivana reports that she needs a beer to get over the Boardroom experience. It's quite a coincidence, because I need a beer to get over the Ivana experience. Stacy and Elizabeth finally return to the suite. There's no particular reason for them to show you at this point that Wes is riding a stationary bike, but it's okay with me that they included it. I never said I wasn't a cheap date. Stacy enthusiastically says to the group, "The witch is dead!" You can tell that's going to cause confusion among the other people, all of whom are looking around thinking, "Oh, so you just came back to pack?" There is some asking of, "Which witch?" and all that, but they all know Jen's gone. Stacy reports in an interview that the entire team is "exhausted" and "fed up" and such. From her pleased little aura of superiority, it appears that she isn't aware that much of the exhaustion and fed-up-edness specifically relates to her. Remarkably, Stacy manages to complain in her interview about "stupid petty crap" among the team members. I half-expected her to open a little umbrella over her head at this point in a futile attempt to protect herself from the crushing Irony Boulders undoubtedly about to fall from the sky.
As if to make the point that there is plenty of stupid petty crap to go around, we listen in on an Apex meeting at which Elizabeth complains that Sandy was helping Jen C. say bad things about the rest of the team in the boardroom. Sandy bitches in reply about Elizabeth crying during the task. Oooh, burn. Andy watches in amazement as the women argue, and Pamela's jaw literally drops as she sees them go after each other. You can almost see Pamela mentally constructing a cross she can hold out in front of her if this team ever approaches her in a vampire-like fashion and tries to convince her to join. Oh, Pamela. She tells us in an interview that she is "a competitor first and a woman second." Inside the suite, she says that she fears having the women's bad attitude spread to her like cancer, while back on the interview circuit, she reminds us that her team is made up of men. She's not rooting for, as she puts it, "uteruses versus penises," she's rooting for her team to win. Apparently, Pamela missed the meeting where it was explained that the role of a woman on this show is to be twee and fussy, not to talk straightforwardly about competition. Buuuuurn her!