Back at S4, Bill and Katrina chat a little bit about what they know of Protégé's strategy, and when it turns out that Katrina knows a little bit about it, Bill wonders why she didn't tell them before. She snots that they don't ask her for her opinion about things. Bill gently says that they have in fact asked for her opinion, but she snots some more that they haven't. She then gets up on the world's shortest and wobbliest high horse, saying that Bill likes to "use her" when it's convenient for him. She's actually trying to do some kind of a hurt, put-upon thing because he treats her like some kind of a pretty trophy girl. Oh, the humanity. Just because that's the way she's won (or tried to win) practically every single damn task? Bill points out that she has a way of using her looks herself, so he's not sure why she objects to using it on behalf of the team. Because she has absolutely no answer whatsoever to this, she changes the subject, insisting that she's successful for reasons other than her looks. ["I seriously can't decide which part of that statement is more surreal -- the assumption that she's a 'success' of any kind, which not really, or the idea that, if she were, it could only be because she's soooooo beautiful, which, again not really. Katrina, for real: Be quiet. Forever." -- Sars] She goes back to being upset that he didn't listen to her great ideas...like Ben Affleck and Sharon Stone, I guess...so she's just decided to check out of the task and not help, she says. Well, that's brilliant. She snits in her interview that Bill doesn't listen to her ideas. "Whenever we go to a sales pitch, he turns to us and says, 'These beautiful women will be driving,' but what about my ideas?" Yeah, what about her ideas? Like...like...yeah. She has nothing, and she knows it, and that's why she's pissed off. They don't need her ideas, she doesn't have any ideas, she's been swept from the spotlight by Amy who actually does have ideas, and it makes her frustrated, so she comes up with this. Furthermore, as I did when she first flipped out with Assorama about the "I'm a good person" business, I suspect that she has a serious case of protesting too much -- she knows that she probably would not have the successes she has if she didn't flash her legs everywhere she goes, and that's a hard reality to swallow, so rather than swallow it, she argues with people about it all the time, whether or not they brought it up. Which is her prerogative, but not Bill's fault.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 516 USERS: C+
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