What about, like, if the song were about him bitching about how everybody's mean to him all the time and won't grant him an unearned exemption, and they get mad when he looks at asses, and think he's anti-Semitic, and like, he really wanted to be Alla's hall monitor, but she kept making him do stuff, and then they threw him off the team, even though he bitchily wanted off the team, and then he won and the other team killed themselves screaming, "We're sorry, we're sorry, you're the King of the World," but he didn't care, he just laughed at them, because they were on fire, and he watched them burning and screaming and he just laughed because they totally deserved it, because he was the only one in the Special People Club and they were totally jealous and mean to him, and Olivia Newton-John was his only friend? And then he got cute? And then he finally got to make out with Warren and they were in love and had magic powers?
Rebecca interviews succinctly that Clay "can't work with people," that he "couldn't work with Capital Edge," and now "can't work with us," that he's been "consistently disturbing to project managers and his teammates, on all tasks," and is in general "detrimental to a team," and wraps up with the fact that really, she can't "work successfully with Clay ever again." Well spit, girlfriend.
There's really cool interstitial shots of NYC for once, artfully angled and kind of inspiring, and then Capital Edge introduces Levi to the execs. They include the dude we already saw, the Executive VP for XM, and the Program Director. Felisha is very good in the presentation, handing them a CD and talking about how much they love the dude and the organic roots of him and the feeling and his soul and his life and Passion Of The Kreiss-cakes. Adam chimes in perfectly about how Levi has this interesting story, and Levi backs him up about how Cap Edge "went to such an effort to understand what defines him," how he was "completely comfortable just letting go," and how he thinks they "nailed it." And to his credit, he does not once mention that he and Adam are in love with each other, a forever kind of love that will stand the test of time and adversity and inspire the homespun musicians, burgeoning politicians, and childlike accountants of the future to proudly declare the strength of their love against all enemies and haters.