George now tears into the whole complicated geography idea. "It should be simple," he says emphatically. Asked who came up with the shape of the bottle, Sandy says that Jen was in charge of the bottle, while she was in charge of the label and coming up with the game. Asked who was least creative on the team, Andy says that it would be Sandy. Sandy looks shocked, and protests that she came up with the game, to which Andy says, "That's incorrect," which it clearly isn't, because we saw the footage of her explaining about collecting the bottle caps and how you would get the whole continent and get a trip there. Sandy clearly came up with that game, or at least with the way to execute it; Andy's efforts to say otherwise are flat-out false, and that's the first time you know for sure he's allied with Jen, just trying to take out Sandy by any means necessary. Sandy is having none of this, insisting that she showed "a lot of creative talent" and saying, without quite saying, that all of Andy's doublespeak is bullshit. Trump asks Andy whether he's claiming Sandy is taking credit for something somebody else did, and Andy says yes. So now, I'm ready for Andy to be fired. Because, really, what a shitty thing to say about somebody when it isn't true. That kid needs to go back and take Ethics a few more times until he passes, because that does not fly, and the first time he gets caught lying about somebody like he is right now, he's going to get thumped. Jen proceeds to pile on the distortions by claiming credit for "the idea of trips to the Edge," and whether that's true or not, it was eminently obvious from the footage we actually saw that the idea was fleshed out by Sandy, and it's really not that big of a damn deal to say "trips to the Edge" if you have no clue how to make that into something concrete.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 536 USERS: C+
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