This article contains predictions for the Apple TV+ series WeCrashed season 1, episode 4.
With “Summer Camp”, a seedier side to the company is uncovered. There are an array of issues simmering under the surface at WeWork and the employees air their grievances to a shocked Rebekah. These strong motifs are explored throughout the episode, focusing on self-worth and the dangers of a hostile work environment. Here’s exactly what happened in episode three:
- WeWork hosted a festival for their employees.
- Adam and Rebekah gave a speech to a raucous crowd. Adam spoke in slogans and chants, whilst Rebekah mentioned supporting her husband. Her speech came across as anti-feminist, which upset a lot of the female employees.
- Rebekah was asked to apologize for her statement but instead asked to speak with the women in person. At this meeting, it became apparent that there are some unethical and possibly illegal issues within the company. There is sexism, inequality and a lot of store cupboard sex at WeWork. This shocks Rebekah, who then argues with Adam about keeping her in the dark.
- A New York Times reporter is noting down their every word and watching their every move. Rebekah tries to stop the reporter from running the controversial story. He tries to bribe her with an exclusive story on Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow instead.
- Rebekah takes to the stage to make her own speech, ignoring one prepared for her by WeWork’s lawyers. She talks of empowering each other instead of gender specifics. The crowd go wild for her new angle and Rebekah herself seems like a new person.
- The New York Times reporter joins WeWork and signs a NDA, meaning the story will never go public.
WeCrashed season 1, episode 4 release date
The next episode is scheduled to premiere on Apple TV+ on Friday, March 25th, 2022.
Where to watch online
Viewers worldwide can catch WeCrashed season 1, episode 4 on Apple TV+ at the date mentioned above.
- With her newfound confidence, Rebekah will ask for more involvement in the business.
- The issues raised by female employees will be assessed, but it is unlikely anything will change with this sexist culture at the business.
- Adam Neumann will continue to build his empire. This process will involve riskier and more financially unstable decision-making. It may lead to fraud.
- As the company grows, these discrepancies will filter out into the media and become a publicity crisis that they cannot cover up or silence with money.