When we return from commercials, professional complainers and malcontents Heidi and Assorama are outside complaining and being discontented. Assorama describes herself as "disappointed in Kristi," because Kristi has management experience and should have done a better job. Assorama says in an interview that Kristi is "very sensitive," and that she's "very affected by moods, by behaviors, by comments," and that Assorama just didn't want to lose the task after the team reorganization. Heidi complains to Assorama that she "didn't feel motivated." Okay. So if she doesn't feel motivated, she doesn't do shit, and then that's someone else's fault. Interesting attitude. Assorama complains that all day, Kristi had negative, down energy. Which is probably true, but I don't see why that meant everybody else had to follow. Troy didn't, after all. Troy kept going anyway, because it's not Troy's personality to say, "Hey, I don't feel motivated, so call me in six hours when it's over so that I can tell you everything that you should have done differently." Assorama interviews that she's not sure what Kristi will do once they get to the Boardroom. "I am ready to face Mr. Trump and give him the facts that she was an awful project manager," Assorama snots in her interview. Heidi puffs away on her cigarette as they talk about how sure they are that Kristi will take the two of them to the final table. Heidi can't believe Kristi would put her there. "F you," she says, "when I supported you!" Yeah, that business at the table with the teeth-picking was real supportive. I'm sure Kristi was really feeling the love on that one. Again, Heidi says -- now in an interview -- that she's an "up-front person." Apparently, this is the defense she's developed so that she doesn't have to listen to any of the many people who tell her how unpleasant her particular brand of energy is. She also says, "Once you backstab me, I'm going to do the same thing back." Heidi, again, has confused "backstab" with...well, I don't know what. Anything that results in her not getting her own way, I think. Heidi tells Assorama in their balcony chat that they'd have been better to sit in the apartment all day, because then they wouldn't have a loss, and she complains some more about the loss, and being in the hole, and how awful it is, and oh my God WE GET IT, would you both. Please. Shut. Up.
We now watch Jessie and Kristi take a stroll in the park. Jessie tells Kristi, "I want you to know that I'm not going to be saying the things that I say just for your benefit...I'm saying them for me, because I want you to stay on the team." So yes, that's an explicit commitment from Jessie that she's going to say positive things to help Kristi. "I'm not going to work on a team without you," Jessie chirps. Kristi interviews that she had wanted to talk to Jessie about how to handle the Boardroom. Why she didn't go talk to one of the guys, I'm not sure -- I mean, what does Jessie know? She's never been there, either. Kristi describes Jessie as "really good at thinking about the big picture." Surely, that would make her unique among the women, I'll say that. Jessie recommends to Kristi, as they sit down for a girl-to-girl chat, that she just say, "This is what I did wrong? And I am fully accountable as project manager? And that's why I'm here? To learn? And to grow? But this is what I found individually through my team -- mistakes made by these individuals." Jessie has the most annoying voice ever, because she sounds like a six-year-old who has mistakenly been allowed into a sorority. Maybe even more annoying than Heidi, voice-wise. Jessie warns Kristi that the people she blames might defend themselves and attack her, and Jessie thinks Kristi should just not say anything in response.