New: Week eight led to the corporate restructuring we are used to. What we are less used to is how they go about it. This time, Trump had Kendra send two people over to the other team, and Steph and Erin were the ones to go. Then, when they ask Chris which two he wants to get rid of, he first says he wants to give Stephanie back. Heh. Not smart, but I can understand why he seems so pleased with himself. I realize it sounds like a joke, but he does seem to have initially been serious in proposing that he be allowed to send Stephanie back. She must be feeling really good. It's like if your boyfriend dumped you for another guy and then you got kicked out of the book club you joined so you could meet a smarter guy this time. Trump doesn't let Chris give Stephanie back, though, although he takes note. Anyway, Chris sends Tana and Craig off with Magna.
New: Turns out that Tana wanted to move in with the Magna folks on their side of the suite, so she asked Erin and Stephanie if they were willing to vacate their room. Apparently, Tana and Craig have been roommates, so they want to both move over and just switch rooms with Erin and Stephanie. Erin hypothesizes in an interview that in fact, Tana is working to get rid of her and Stephanie on behalf of the original Magna members. "They don't have the audacity to speak up for themselves," she says. And that's really not what "audacity" means, as you probably know. And Erin probably doesn't. Ultimately, Erin refuses to move, which seems to be based on her determination to spite her former team. I like her less and less as this clip show progresses, I'll tell you that much. Tana promises, entirely falsely, that she knows Erin isn't trying to be difficult. Erin totally is trying to be difficult.
Oh, so John was a total asshole while he was arranging celebrity "experiences" with Erin and Stephanie, and this leads Stephanie the high-powered supply-chain whatever to interview that she and John and Erin "were 'upposed to be negotiating and selling the deal together." Yeah, she said "'upposed." Which kind of takes everything away from the credibility of her statement, as you can imagine. It's no wonder John usurped everything with his chain wallet of craziness and his bitchin' house parties.
New: You'll be glad to know there is additional Gene Simmons footage. Well, actually, you won't. It turns out that, at Fuse, Gene ran into the group before the shoot started. Everyone shakes hands, and Stephanie asks to see his giant tongue. He talks about how she'll "squeal like a twelve-year-old virgin" (lovely), and then he covers up his mouth from the cameras and shows it to her. She acts impressed. When did Gene Simmons get shy about his tongue? I am so out of the loop.