She weakly falls back on the logistics, noting that Jay and his band mates committed the damnable sin of wearing flannel to an upscale charity event. Whitney justifies that Jay wasn't offered any counsel on such matters, but Olivia has got her back up, and she will not be reasoned with. She says she expected a thank-you for hooking his band up. Mmmhmmmm, then ripping them down -- but we won't mention that. Whitney reasons that Jay didn't feel like he owed anyone anything after being basically shat upon by Olivia and her crew. Knowing that she has no more rubber bullets, Olivia ends the conversation by suggesting they should end this discussion and, moving forward, separate work and personal conversations. Awkward silence as the girls "work." Of course, Olivia's is actually a completely reasonable idea. Except she is on The City! Not to mention she brought up the damn subject to begin with... And she wonders why the show portrays her as a bitch. P.S. I love the quote: "It's very hard for [Olivia] because the show wants to portray her as mean and bitchy, and she just wants to be herself." Newsflash, "source" (a.k.a. Bevan): Olivia is a bitch. That is herself.
Next week: Nevan continues to suck value from the planet. Erin's lovers from various countries have a tense rendezvous. A-hole kicks Jay out of the apartment in favor of A-holette. This conveniently tosses the top hat-wearing fop into Whitney's lap. New Year, new Whitters?
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