Nick and Amy are first to actually show a woman into the penthouse. "Oh, my God," she says. We watch them show it to a few different folks, as Amy interviews (in a long sweater I hate that makes her look dumpy) that she thinks the best way to sell the penthouse is "to open the door and let the client create the vision." Bleh. I hate people who say thinks like "create the vision," because...honestly. You have one day. It's not a vision-creating situation. Nick, on the other hand, wants to help people think about how they might use the space, and seems to be more of a "help them visualize" guy. So as he takes people through the penthouse, he has more of a tendency to gesture and suggest things like putting the music over there, the bar over here, and so forth. Amy admires the party planners so much that she thinks that Nick is "hinder[ing] their imagination." Of course, they're professionals, and if they have that much vision, they're going to ignore anything they don't like. And also? Party planners. I mean, yes, they're talented and creative. But Nick isn't impeding the sculpting of Venus de Milo, if you see what I'm saying.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: A- | 631 USERS: C+
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