I didn't see the men's day window as sexist. Having a man in charge/be a boss, is probably more likely to happen in the real world. I'm not sure why having a man sitting at a desk seem sexist. It happens...often. Also, Clay is such a non-threatening type of man.
Although it might not look as sexist (to those who found it to be that way) if one of the women sat at the desk and the others were two women and one man. Either way would have been an acceptable premise to me but that's JMHO.
Neither of the windows looked good to me. The womens' concept was difficult to understand....and I couldn't figure out why a woman in shorts was placed in a work place scenario...an Arsenio flub. And the night time scene had only one woman who looked like she was attending a scene for being on the red carpet...another Arsenio flub. But, unfortunately, there really wasn't any man who seemed knowledgable about women's fashions so Arsenio seemed to be doing the best he could.
As for the printing of the photos, if they were on a disc, as they said, why didn't someone run to a printer and print them out? Why did they need to be professionally printed when you got to figure that they were provided with computers and printers and probably the best of each?
I don't know if Lou's anger-trigger-button is due to steroids or what but maybe it's because he's just always on the defensive. Also building large muscles increases the body's output of testosterone but who knows???
I'll miss George. So glad I watched this show because I knew very little about him except watching him on Star Trek. What an admirable man, in so many ways.
Some of the celebrities on this show over the past 4 seasons, and now including this one, have revealed personalities that I once liked, but now I don't any more. Some of these people should have stayed home because their images have taken a big hit. Unfortunately, for me, George is one of those celebrities that had a better image before we got to know him.
The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man.
What always cracks me up on this show is when the winner of the task - in this case Dayana - waxes rhapsodic about how much their charity is going to do with the $20k; how many lives will be changed, etc.!! I'm big on charities and I think it's great they're raising money for charity here. However, a charity can't do a whole heck of a lot with $20k.
Very sorry to see George go.
I wasn't a big fan of Aubrey's, but I have got to give her major kudos for helping the women's team. They owe her big.
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