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Amy tells us that she has interned at three top galleries, read countless textbooks and has an art degree (or does she….thanks TV Junkie the article from last week’s comments was interesting!) because she has to make us think that she is something special to overcompensate for that face. All the girls head to the auction at Phillips de Pury & Company where Sharon, Amy and Kerri’s boss, bids and wins a Damien Hirst for 16,000 for a client. The two best parts of this scene are Simon de Pury because he is awesome and Maggie’s friend Eric. Maggie is sitting behind Claudia and Chantal with her friend Eric who taps Claudia to tell her that her shirt is on backwards. Claudia actually asks Chantal if it is because there is a possibility that it is. Chantal assures her that it isn’t though she probably is the worst person to ask that question and then they decide that he’s a douchebag. I think he genuinely had no idea if it was on backwards because Maggie kind of giggles at him for telling her. Kerri asks a million and one questions of Sharon and Amy looks bored and disinterested. Amy tries to talk with Maggie about her friend Eric who Amy tried hitting on the night before. Maggie reveals that the real story is that Amy was desperate to get with him but he wanted nothing to do with her. Smart dude. All the girls go for drinks and get to know each other and everyone is weary of Amy because she comes off as very fake. Kerri is okay but she leaves early with her “boyfriend” Hernando who looks like he is 12 and waxed a little too much body hair off that day. Seriously where do these girls find these men? You have the juiceheads Liz and Maggie are with and the emasculated men that Chantal and Kerri are with. Then you have Amy who is in love with Eli…like get some tastes!
Claudia is at EOC when Stephan Stoyanov stops by with some French people who are interested in possibly buying pieces from EOC. Claudia says that it is hard to sell art to people because you have to educate them on the art and really know your shit. No it’s hard because art is so subjective and one person might really love what you are displaying while someone else could find it offensive. They walk around and like the store but don’t buy any pieces of art. Chantal gets a haircut because she has to differentiate herself from all the other long dark haired Williamsburg girls. It actually looks pretty cute and very reminiscent of Keira Knightley when she had the little bob cut. She says she doesn’t take Spencer’s feelings into account but that he will love it anyway. Like the puppy dog he is, he goes to visit her towards the end of her haircut and loves the haircut as she thought he would. At End of Century the girls are discussing the budget and how they really don’t have much money. They look at a bill for the electricity and Claudia figures that they need to make at least $7400 a month in sales and that they are at $2300 at the moment from jewelry and clothing. Chantal kind of pushes the blame to Claudia saying that it would be nice if she sold a piece of art and that if it doesn’t sell it falls on her because that is her job responsibility. I’m pretty sure when they don’t make money later on they will blame Claudia since she technically didn’t sell anything though she has put in a fair share of work. Claudia interviews that the girls can sell art if they would like to try but it’s very hard to do.