Team Lee. I get the strong feeling that Pontiac is involved in some way, but I cannot confirm that for you due to the extreme low-balling subtlety of the product placement in which this show rejoices. Lee calls in to "Roxy" about how they're actually on schedule, and all the signage is up and all the gift bags are ready and all the rooms are looking good. Which is: stuff that was tasked to everybody but Lenny and Lee, the PM's of the task. "The team is a well-oiled machine," he says. For the moment. Roxanne is handling the auctions, Pepi is hanging signs or whatever, and Lenny is doing everything else. Juxtaposed with the horrifying scene in which Tarek charmed the pants off the pre-party sponsor, it's almost overwhelming how great they're doing! Perhaps Lee will win after all! Lee meets the non-Lys person from the charity sponsor, Christine, and again wows her with his complete lack of planning or knowledge about the event. He shows her the script that Lys basically wrote for him, I surmise, and then things get stupid. Because Christine was not given a whole lot to work with, from the show's producers, beyond "Make trouble and ask a lot of questions and act like Lee is retarded," it's really up to her to make it work. And while I'm sure she has many lovely skills, comedic improv is not one of them, so it goes like this. "Where are the players standing?" In a line. "Where are they, though?" On the ice, in a line. "But where is that?" On the rink which is covered in ice. "But what is ice? You have to give me something." Okay, you're right, let's do something else. "Where is the drama? You're boring me." Okay so we call the celebrities' names, and they come skating out and line up. "What are 'celebrities'? You really don't have any idea what you're doing."
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: C | 616 USERS: B-
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