Kinetic. The point of Kinetic was this, in the words of the Trumpster: "If you want to buy something, it's obviously in your best interest to convince the seller that what he's got isn't worth very much." It started with Muna, who was edited out of all reality and we never really got to know her. Kristine, she didn't even get the footage for us to know if we liked her, but I know I did. Derek, he was the best ever, and I will marry him in a gay way one day real soon, in real life, and you'll be like, "We thought you were kidding, like with the Blake thing!" and I'll be like, "I never joke about gay marriage," and what I will mean by that is, "California is a community property state." Marisa: the girl liked chicken suits. Angela we already talked about. Surya deserves nothing. Jenn Hoffman is awesome and hilarious and was on this show for five seconds, but one day I hope to pour honey all over her. Aimee was painted as a drug abuser, but I think maybe she was just sleepy. Heidi was handed the raw deal of all time and still thought she could convince Trump not to hate her. She was wrong. Kinetic was awesome, and funny, and didn't drink until they vomited, and used their inside voices, and I can't think of one of them that was fired for the right reasons, except possibly Marisa and maybe Aimee, but I'm not convinced about either of those. For these things and more, I salute them.
Arrow. The fallen include Martin, who has a thing or two to tell you about a thing or two, but effectively begged to be cobra'd from minute one. Michelle, who needed some circuits replaced but also did the coolest thing I've ever seen anybody do on this show. Carey, who represented and paid the price. Tim was teased and egged on and bugged and questioned about his relationship with Nicole, then fired for thinking that was on the table. Aaron, I don't even remember what he got fired for, but he's intensely likeable. The unfallen include the Final Four: Nicole, about whom I've never really had much to say; Frank, ditto; Stefani, who deserves to win; and James, who deserves to be slapped ten times across the face with a week-old trout. It's nothing personal, it's just business.