Heidi starts -- oh, I do hate that cap -- by leaning across the table so as to very intentionally give Donny a direct line of sight down her shirt, which is so goddamn tacky, I cannot tell you. There's subtle use of sex appeal, and then there's...oh, I can't even tell you what this is. Deutsch -- who is really starting to look a complete pig -- says to her, "I like the lean," and she stands up and wiggles. Her. Ass. Jesus, I despise this scene. She leans more, he drools more. I hate him. I hate her. She again bends over, thrusting her boobs as hard as possible, and says, "We're going to leave the client...wanting...more." You know what? Sexy is one thing. This is...something else entirely. She interviews about how important the presentation aspect is, blah blah blah, and whatever. She actually claims that she was using her "personality," as if you have to lean across a desk to display personality. She can spin it however she wants; there's not a person alive who doesn't know what that was about, and if she wants to do it, she ought to at least admit it with no regrets. Still, I would maintain that at some point -- at some point right around the ass-wiggling, specifically -- it got very embarrassing to watch an adult woman try to pitch herself in business by knowingly trying to make herself look cheap. Embarrassing and, actually, pretty sad.
I have no idea what the women's commercial they're so excited about is like, because we don't see it, except five seconds of a screen made to look like a card, followed by the slogan, "Own It." Considering that this isn't an ad for buying a corporate jet, but for renting time on a corporate jet, that seems like a rather stupid slogan to me. It's like Avis doing a rental car commercial that ends with, "Own It." Own what? You're not going to own squat. Worse yet, at the end of the commercial, Assorama claps. For their commercial. She claps for her own work. As Donny rightly points out, you just really don't do that. "Yay, me! Yay, my presentation! Yay, I am adorable!" Shut up. Amy wraps up the presentation to Donny by saying that they focused their campaign on "sex appeal" and "shock value." I would go with shock value, but I really didn't find those ads sexy. I suppose Donny found Heidi's fuck-me routine sexy, perhaps.