In the meeting, Ivana again blames Stacie for giving the wrong location for the second cart, which I cannot believe nobody is calling her on, as far as the half-a-block argument. Based apparently solely on this incident, the women agree that they all think it was all Stacie's fault, and she should be fired. "So, can we have consensus on that?" Ivana asks, and if she doesn't stop the consensus-building, I'm going to pop her in the jaw, I swear. At one point, Stacie walks in, and they all stop talking, because none of them has the social skills of a rhesus monkey. Idiots. Stacie sits down and asked what's up and what she missed. People just start getting up and walking out, and they don't even have the decency to speak to her, for the most part. Someone makes some bullshit comment about how they have to get ready for Boardroom in an hour and a half, but it's not like this is fooling her. Stacie interviews that if they've all gotten up a little plot to get her out, all she's going to do is fight as hard as possible.
Stacie approaches Jennifer C. to ask what's going on. Jennifer tells her to talk to Ivana, because Jennifer can't think for herself, apparently. Stacie points out that Jennifer wasn't even with her, so how would she know what Stacie even did? Jennifer says that Baldford -- suddenly the world's most reliable source -- told her what Stacie did. Stacie says that Ivana plunked her team down in a very bad area, and Stacie knew it, because she "know[s] New York." Which is an unfortunate move, because Jennifer pulls out her "gotcha" by asking what address Stacie was at. When Stacie still claims she was at 42nd and 7th, Jennifer just rolls her eyes and is like, "Go ask [somebody] about that. You were on Broadway." Who the fuck CARES? God. So she doesn't know which street is which in Times Square. That doesn't mean she didn't find a better location than they did, which was her point, and it doesn't mean she couldn't be found, because she could be seen from where she said she was. Before walking ten blocks, Maria could have just stood at 42nd and 7th, called the other phone, and said, "I'm at 42nd and 7th, so that's not where you are," and they would have figured it out. It just never should have been this big of a deal, as far as I'm concerned. They bicker and "have a nice life" their way out of the conversation, and then we get to hear the brilliant voice of Baldford explaining how bad the mood in the suite has become. He grinningly calls it a "knife fight." Baldford tells all the women how he's going to approach the Boardroom -- "not tonight, but always," because obviously, he doesn't want them to forget that he is the only one who knows he'll be around for a while -- which is to always admit when he does something wrong. Should be easy, since he doesn't think he ever does anything wrong to begin with. Jennifer C. goes off, saying she has to pack, and Baldford says, "I don't have to pack shit. Not me." Wow, gracious. They all leave for the Boardroom, with Baldford saying that he expects "chaos" and he expects to participate fully. And indeed, he goes without a bag.