Howdy, Gasmii! Last night’s ep left me totally gobsmacked. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot all the way through.
If you’ve been watching Tabs for a couple of years, you might remember other salons owned by non-stylist owners. These people usually just don’t understand, don’t want to understand, it’s all about the Benjamins and that’s it. They see salons as factories, just there to provide the owner with an endless stream of cash.
What was striking to me in this ep, at H Design Salon in Minneapolis, was that the staff had called Tabs. The owner, Brian, a stockbroker, although he was losing $8-10K a month, didn’t seem to think Tabs was needed. Because he’s a d-ckwad and a bad businessman. Too bad Tabs doesn’t turn around brokerage firms; I expect this guy’s staff at his other job are just as miserable as the ones at H Design.
And what really kills me, is that Tabs arranged for F-ckwit to meet with his former staff, who told him why all 35 of them (!!) staged a walkout and opened their own salon a year and half ago. Quelle surprise, their complaints were exactly the same as those voiced by Brian’s current staff. And he just didn’t listen. He kept making remarks about “emotional people” (apparently anyone who isn’t a robot) and “those people”. Nice.
As you would expect, at the 6 week point nothing had changed. More stylists had left. And Jackass was trying to charge them for tools that Tabs gave them for free.
Ladies and Gentlemen, allow me to present Mr. Jack Ass.
Here’s the kicker: I checked H Design’s website last night, and they were having a Tabatha Takes Over viewing party. Again, W T F!!! Does Brian really not realize how badly he came off in the show? If I were one of his clients I’d never go back after seeing this ep. And frankly, if he were my stockbroker I’d be moving my account elsewhere too.
Much more in the full recap! See you then!
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