Celia inquires, "Isn't the point that Sam wouldn't have been able to find another way to be chummy with a woman who wasn't sexually appealing?" Ainsley says he would be able to, but that's not the point: "The point is that sexual revolution tends to get in the way of actual revolution. Nonsense issues distract attention away from real ones: pay equity, child care, honest-to-God sexual harassment and, in this case, a speech in front of the UN General Assembly." Yeah, Ainsley's all about pay equity, as I recall. Not to mention that her "okayness" with Sam's remarks doesn't negate the possibility that they have indeed created a hostile environment for others. Don't even get me started on all the "revolution" rhetoric. Ainsley turns to Sam and tells him, "So, you: 25\% on the assessments for Category A." To Charlie: "You...I don't know what your thing is." And to Celia: "And you: stop trying to take the fun out of my day. With that, I'm going to get a cupcake." Celia just watches her go and says nothing. Sam says, "Well, for the moment at least, I'm going to do what she's telling me to do." As he goes into his office, Ginger says, "We're at OEOB," as she and Bonnie leave again. That leaves Charlie and Celia sitting at opposite ends of the room. Charlie waves at Celia and says, "How you doing?" But not in that leering, Joey Tribbiani way.
Episode Report CardDeborah: F | 620 USERS: C+
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