The sun sets. Painting continues. At Net Worth, Tara tells Ernie to run his instructions through Craig, and says she'll have the rest of the team bug Craig, not Ernie, with questions, so that Ernie can concentrate. Audrey and Craig proceed to have a spat while she's painting some windows, in which Craig puts on his Bill Cosby voice (I believe that's what he's doing; it's not that good) and "jokingly" lectures her about how she's not doing what she's supposed to be doing and so forth. Audrey interviews that she's accustomed to taking care of herself, and that even if Craig has four kids, that doesn't mean he can talk to her as if she's one of them. Ooh, and...point to Audrey, I think. "He's not going to talk down to me," she says. The two of them have a little more of a bicker session, and Craig then has a talk with Tara about how he doesn't want to deal with children (see? Audrey was right about the attitude) and how he'll just sit people down and make them watch if they don't cooperate. Tara then has a powwow with Audrey in which Audrey explains that she understands that Craig is in charge, but when Ernie tells her specifically how to do something, she feels like she should listen. Tara tries to make this conflict go away by telling Audrey that she knows Craig can be abrasive, but she'd like Audrey to try to "work with him." Not very much in the way of advice or management, there. You kind of have to say more than, "Uh, noted" if you want to make people get along better. Audrey says that's fine and goes back to work. Tara gives an interview about how Audrey has lots of conflict with different people, and Tara believes this is "telling" about the fact that it's actually Audrey behind all the problems. Or else it means her team is being a little dickish to her, which certainly isn't outside the realm of possibility.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 497 USERS: C+
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