LAST EDITED ON 03-14-11 AT 11:11 AM (EST)
Oh, Dionne. Silly, confrontational, attitude-locked Dionne. I wouldn't have any problems arguing with you.
Your wanna-be protege, however... her I'd probably just punch in the face.
Or maybe somewhere that she might have a few working nerves left.
So what lesson did Donald teach children last night? Ganging up is the way to go? Whenever you see a school bus, throw someone under it? Never volunteer? If you tiptoe around saying 'This person has brain damage' as best you can and it offends the target (who very arguably does), you have to put them in charge the following week? Explains a couple of Presidential administrations... And how about that never-failing Aesop, 'Forget logic, forget actual events, and forget reason. Just insist even louder!'
This isn't saying Lisa wasn't a weak project manager. She wasn't as bad as the others tried to make her out to be -- but she wasn't good. It's just showing what Donald wants in his scripts: conflict. The bigger a bitch you are (of any gender), the farther you'll advance. For details, see Hag, The. So those two? Are going for the winner's edit. Fun, right?
Oh, and I have to pointlessly call Donald out on this one too: 'The time to pick up your chips is when you're losing.' Not only is that funny coming from someone who's gone bankrupt, but he operates his casinos based on the principle that when the losing ends, you won't have any chips left. He'll have them, though. He'll have them all. And he won't feel sorry for you, because anyone weak enough to let themselves lose deserved it. But as a consolation prize, he'd like to give you this season's cast. Aren't they fun?
So now you've lost twice. And the second time was your lunch.
Note Richard's ability to fade into the background, Jose's love of drag, and Marlee's 'Why are other people letting that live?' face.