Fuck Aubrey. I will be so glad to see her gone.
"I'm done sniveling." Spends the entire episode sulking and being moody and giving everyone dagger eyes.
And how convenient is it that Arsenio (who up until that point has been the epitome of calm, cool, and collected) fires off one negative (albeit extremely negative) comment about her and suddenly he's a "bully?" A comment for which he spent the entire episode verbally and silently apologizing for, by the way. Oh, and Clay is a bully, too? Ok. Says the girl who has been nicey-nice to everyone's face then made fun of them the *second* the camera turns on her in private. I think someone needs to throw a dictionary at her so she can re-look up the definition of "bully."
ETA: Clay agrees with us, saying in his NBC blog, "Can we talk for a second about how Aubrey is playing for a charity that she says uses her as a spokesperson speaking out against bullying, yet it seems that Aubrey RARELY says anything about anyone else that couldn't be construed as a low blow or bullying itself!?!?!"
I continue to admire the way that Penn stealthily avoids Trump's drama instigating, but it's Trump's show after all, and I can't see him getting away with it for too much longer.
I said last week Lisa is getting harder and harder to cheer for each week, and I still have a toe in her corner, but the only thing holding me there is that I'm a huge fan of her stand-up and know she's a genuinely intelligent person who is letting her emotions get the best of her. Yes, she has been truly nasty to Dayana, but I'll be god DAMNED if Lou didn't 110% deserve that verbal beatdown she gave him in the boardroom. He's an ass and he never brought anything to the table other than "let me star in this," or "let me be the Hulk." He was beyond annoying to me as a viewer, I cannot imagine actually having to work with him.
I thought this task was stupid to begin with, and I didn't particularly like either commercial, but I guess if I had to pick one, I'd pick Dayana's spot. I just thought that it highlighted the aspects of the website more, which is the angle I was under the impression the execs were going for; like moving into the future and the next generation of savings was on the web, etc. etc. But whatever. The tasks get sillier and hold less weight with each passing season.
And lastly, I must agree with Ivanka in that the best part of that episode, perhaps my whole week, was seeing Paul in that sweater and glasses and red-ass parted hair. LOVED it!
Edited by LucyJJane, Apr 9, 2012 @ 2:13 AM.