Whiteboards and flip charts! Welcome to the 1970s!
Howdy, Trashmii! Welcome to an extremely educational episode of Sister Wives. We learned so much in this ep:
1. The Browns cemented their reputation as Most Delusional Family in America, with their pitch for millions in VC for the little side business Robyn’s got going;
2. Apart from Janelle, not one Brown adult knows anything about business;
3. Speaking of Janelle, she’s chopped liver to the rest of them;
4. The Queen Mother is a class A bitch. That’s not news, but it bears repeating.
We open with Kody recapping the disastrous visit to Stan and Amy’s venture capital company a few weeks earlier. Christine tells us they now have 20 days to get a business plan together and make a pitch. That would, of course, be enough time for anyone else to come up with a polished, professional presentation. The Browns? Well, if flip charts and binders are your idea of a slick, high-tech presentation, prepare to be delighted!
In a meeting, Kody tells the adults they have to decide what their goal is. I thought it was to make money while working as little as possible, and milk the TLC gravy train for all it’s worth, right? Janelle stresses they have to make a coherent presentation. HAHAHAHAH There’s some talk about it being important that they still like each other once they’ve “agreed on a direction” for the company, given their divergent views. QM interjects “Why do we have to like each other?” Cause you’re supposed to be some kind of freaking quasi-Christian? Cause they’re your sister wives? Cause they manage not to throttle you on a daily basis?
On the couch, Robyn talks about how living and working together means they sometimes bring their personal lives into the business (pointing at QM). QM protests, “Why are you pointing at me?” Robyn “innocently” says it’s because she’s sitting next to QM. Sure. . .