Originally Posted by fluff;2415116;
I think that you've likely nailed it regarding the source of Rosie's frustration. But again, I think that is a consequence of her actions. Do you think that Elisabeth considered Rosie to be acting as a friend when she told her she was going to have to learn how to ask questions and not give her opinions in an on-air reprimand? Or when she told her she was just too young, and would mature and change her mind as she experienced more of life? Or when she told her she could not hold two concepts at the same time?
Friendship is a two way street. I think it's fair to say that both women have let the other one down.