Heidi: "removestoughsoapscum dirthardwaterspots andotherbathroomstains withoutscrubbing bathtubsshowercurtainsanddoors tilecountertopssinksandfixtures toilets wheretouse bathroomtileschromeshowercurtainsanddoors cleansshinesanddeodorizes and leavesafreshherbalscent donotuseon naturalmarbleorstone ifindoubtspottestfirst directions forsensitiveskin orprolongedexposure usegloves liftflapandlockintotopofsprayer directsprayer awayfromfaceandeyes cautioneyeirritant avoidusingwith otherhouseholdobjects keepoutofreach ofchildren! Great!"
And then the screen goes still, with Heidi wiping the mirror and saying yet more words, and the cliffhanger is that he has left her a love note in lipstick, which men should not do because it's kind of gay, and not the good kind. And that's when the laughter starts, and it doesn't really ever stop.
Alone with Trump, the execs couch it as how both teams have "pros and cons." Which means Kinetic is done. "One was a better cliffhanger, the other had stronger branding." Which means Kinetic is done. Nicole's still somewhere grinning into space like a hungry dog waiting for somebody to tell her how cute she is. Both teams are sure they have it wrapped up; neither team knows how shitty their little video actually was. Kristine: "With Heidi as our cliffhanger? Come on." Word to that. They bring them in and explain that Arrow had good brand integration, and their story made since and started immediately. They weren't feeling the drama of the cliffhanger, but there was lots of product on screen. Which means Kinetic is done. On the other hand, Kinetic had a good cliffhanger, but that was the only part that made any damn sense, and they seemed to have eliminated the product from the cast entirely. And this part made me sad: Muna goes, "Wow," just like she did last week when Kristine told her she was being rude. And she says it the exact same way, when I took up for her, but this time she knows the project is crap, and that makes me think she knew she was getting on Kristine's nerves last week and was being disingenuous about it. So she's a big faking faker in addition to the rest of it, and Arrow wins, and they deserve to. And if I'd ever thought I'd be saying that, especially in a week where their product was basically Nicole playing Barbie dolls in front of the universe, I'd have thought I was insane. But there you go. Kinetic, please help me out here.