The jet carrying the women lands in Boston. As they deplane, Kristi interviews that as she left the jet, she realized that she needed to start working on that sense of entitlement by focusing on the idea that this was "[her] jet." She calls the jet a "teaching tool" (!) for the notion that you cannot be successful unless you lust heavily after things like private jets of your very own. It's that lust for jets that will allow you to throw a few thousand people out of work and ship their jobs to Offshore Cheap Labor R Us, where you can pay 26 cents an hour. In the end, it's about priorities. Happy Team Protégé heads into the restaurant for dinner. They are brought menus, and we see food being prepared in the kitchen -- in one case, by a dude in a sleeveless T-shirt and a baseball cap. Oh, no, wait. Never mind. We're back at S4, watching the guys make dinner. Heh, that was a cute edit. They're making burgers and salad in a bag. Oh, salad in a bag, how I love you so. And what else are the guys having? Beer. And what are the women doing? Fussing over wine. Uh, I'll take the burgers and beer, which is why I will never be like Trump. It's just like Kristi said! I don't have the lust! Dammit. No wonder I don't own investment properties or evict the poor.
More toasting. More munching on food at home.
The women leave the restaurant and pile into the stretch SUV. Assorama explains that it was about three in the morning, and they had been up since six in the morning the day before, and she had "a splitting headache." She tells the rest of the women in the car to "keep it down." No one responds very well, and even after she asks again, they just keep whooping it up. It appears that too much wine is the culprit. The same is true when Ereka falls asleep in the back of the car. When they arrive at the jet and they're getting out of the limo, as Ereka explains it, Assorama was still sleeping, so Ereka tapped her to wake her up. I'm sure she was just lovely about it, too. Ereka claims that on being awakened, Assorama "started going nuts." As they wait for the plane, Ereka and Assorama fight, again, some more, as usual. Ereka voices over that Assorama is "trying to make [Ereka] her prey," just as she did to Tammy. Ereka claims that when attacked, all she can do is attack back. Well, sure. What are your other options? I mean, other than maturity, and who wants to do THAT? Ereka, interestingly, claims during this fight that Assorama "threatened" her, and then she makes a slashing motion across her own throat, saying, "It's over." Threatened her? Hmm. Ereka claims she tried to stay out of Assorama's way all day, and it didn't work. "Go cry in the corner," Assorama bitches back. Ereka declares that she isn't scared of Assorama, and Assorama says that she knows that Ereka is too scared! Is too! Scared! Good gracious. "Being a bitch is going to be your problem; you are going to have to live with that for the rest of your life!" Ereka hollers. Greeeat. Well, that'll help. Nothing reforms a bitch like the thought of long-term consequences. The women walk out to the plane. Assorama interviews that she told Ereka to take her pacifier and go cry, "which is what she always does." Wait a minute -- you know, I think I had this same fight once! Granted, I was nine.
On the plane, apparently Assorama wants quiet again, because Ereka says, "I am not talking to you. I am talking. If you don't like it, I don't give a fuck." Heh. I liked that a little bit. "If you don't like it, I don't give a fuck" is an inherently good thing to say during an argument. "You're emotionally unstable," Assorama says. "That is like calling the kettle black," Ereka responds. "See? There you go, with your racist terms." The fuck? Good grief. I don't think Assorama didn't hear it, either, as has been hopefully speculated. She seems to hear and respond to it immediately. She's just...being a big nutball. "What was that you said about black people?" she continues. Oh, come ON. Ereka is like, "Nothing!" Which is true. Assorama looks at her, totally condescending and insulting, and says, "Try to contain your prejudice, okay? You have...you're very intimidated by black women, right?" She interviews that the rest of the women have probably never been around a strong African-American woman. And that may very well be true. But because somebody uses the expression "pot calling the kettle black"? No. Just...no. That's crazy talk. My suspicion is that this is what Assorama thinks anyway, and she's been looking for an excuse to bring it up; she doesn't really think Ereka is a racist based on that comment, because...well, because that would be utterly insane, and Assorama, while annoying, does not appear utterly insane. Ereka voices over that the other seven girls are all awesome. It's just this one she doesn't like. The answer neither of them will be coming up with any time soon, by the way, that they're both wretched.