When Kristi enters the room while Heidi is talking, Heidi refuses to speak to her -- hey, what happened to being an "up-front person"? -- but just declares that she's "disappointed in [Kristi]." Boy, I'll bet that's a heartbreaker for Kristi. Kristi tells Heidi that Heidi will have to trust her a little (huh?), but says she wants to "communicate." Seriously, Kristi isn't a bad person, I don't think, but I'm beginning to think she really is way too much of a weenie to be anyone's boss. "Let's communicate!" Barf. "She says it's business; it's not business," Heidi insists. "So it's a numbers game!" Huh? What? Numbers game? What?
The Heidi Show continues as she snorts in disbelief to someone, "I don't know why I'm nice!" Wow, that must have happened on the secret unseen episodes. Those damn editors. She then leans over ["shocking!" -- Wing Chun] and pantomimes as she explains that someone should just take the knife right out of her back. Dear. Really. Kristi has five people to pick from. She has to take two of them. Your chances of going would be quite good even if she drew out of a hat, and you bitched the entire day about every single thing that happened. How is that stabbing you in the back? I mean...what, after all you've done for Kristi? Like...like...what?
Assorama, enjoying her opportunity to be nowhere near the most annoying person in this episode, interviews that she does not think she should go to the Boardroom, because of her "tremendous contribution." To the seventy-five-dollar loss, I guess. I'd think you'd be better off saying, "Frankly, I had nothing to do with it. I'm not even sure I was on that team." Assorama says she thinks, however, that she may be "used as a scapegoat."
And now Heidi, because she just hasn't complained enough, complains some more to Assorama about the situation. "It's the business world -- you cannot cry!" she says. And...I understand that, but in fairness, Kristi cried at the end of the day at home, and she went off to be by herself to pull it together, which is about all you can ask. I don't think you can dictate to people that they can't cry, ever, about a specific topic. You can do whatever you want at home, and I think Kristi waited until she got "home," so...shut up some more, Heidi.