>>104957617>"this autist is annoying and working with her is a pain in the ass" (more or less)> (more or less)
That's a considerably big deal more "less" than "more". I don't know how you could take the words of a character who tries to put the most positive of spins on everything into /that/. And what's more, Entrapta literally agreed with her as she was saying it. Most people watching the show likely would.
And what's more, it's a bit ridiculous to say that that scene -- which happened something of half way into the previous episode -- happened "right before" the one in question, which happened about half way into the next.
And perhaps most importantly, those words that you wildly misstated aren't even kind of lined to the reason why she's been left behind. They "left her behind" because they think she's dead.
That all being said, this isn't to say that all of the blame should be shifted to Entrapta.