Posted about this before and how ridiculous some of the dialogue has gotten and read this review of the episode and wanted to get some thoughts. Copy and pasting from review. I personally agree with Samantha Mathis as her and the investor relations girl at Taylor's company are the most unrealistic characters to the point where it detracts from the show.
"Taylor is terrible. And so is Samantha Mathis. They are unrealistic people, period. The way they act, talk, their posture... every scene they have represents two people who do not exist on planet Earth. If I created Artificial Intelligence and stuck it into a robotic body, I guarantee that metallic monster would be more relatable, likable, and realistic than these two. Samantha Mathis, especially. You look at her in this show and you try to envision this woman having a real life outside of the scenes in her show ... and you can't. You can't because she is simply a show-ready character made to embody some type of person who doesn't really exist, but who the viewer is supposed to think exists."
"Every line she has in the show, and same with everyone in Axe's firm, speaks in some absurd simile/metaphor-riddled tongue that normal people of Earth do not, and cannot, speak in. It's almost as if each of them sit at home at night, writing out what they plan to say to one another come the dawn......" talking about Bonnie.
"And the stupidest thing is that the other person UNDERSTANDS the reference. Every. Single. Time. Do the writers think that normal people consume every kind of recreational content out there like they seem to in order to be able to write this crap?"