Natalie explains to us that she's from Palos Verdes, which is a very wealthy community. She feels normal in the house, and like the other girls are whack. She tells Fo that she's never been mean or rude to the other girls, and for them to call her a bitch is immature, if an example of pinpoint accuracy. Fo starts to say something to Natalie about how she doesn't think the others will be able to comprehend something, and Aminat comes in at that moment asking what she isn't able to comprehend. Natalie tells Aminat that there's almost no point in her talking to them. Aminat asks Natalie why, then, she's running her mouth. Natalie explains that she heard the others call her a bitch when she was just making a joke to make herself laugh. Aminat interviews that, in her opinion, Natalie is just being a bitch. She's boring, and she doesn't do much, which are apparently two qualifications for bitchery in Aminat's book, entitled, It Takes One to Know One. Natalie walks up the stairs as Aminat throws a few verbal punches. Aminat interviews that Natalie feels like she's better than everyone else by virtue of being prettier, taller and skinnier. Well, if all those things are true then Natalie actually IS better than everyone else in this competition. Aminat adds that she's also very arrogant. They're both annoying, so I call it a draw.
Tyra Mail! "Tomorrow you will be molded into a fine piece of Clay. Love, Tyra." Aminat thinks that they'll be made into sculptures, with molding and bending and what not. Oh, if only. The girls end up at Harlem Stage Theater, where they meet Paulina who captioning tells us is a "legendary supermodel." Paulina tells the girls that a stage actor needs to engage his -- or, we're left to assume, her -- audience. As a model, the girls will go in day after day and be 100%, even if their boyfriends broke up with them or their moms are sick. Every day is an audition, and they'll have to go in and show clients what they can do. Models can borrow from stage acting, which is the point of today's lesson. Now, some of you may wonder what qualifications Paulina Porizkova has to teach this lesson. You apparently haven't seen the video for "Drive." She laughs! She cries! She scrawls on a wall with crayons! She somberly looks at a wax rendering of future husband Ric Ocasek! And don't make me bring up her cameo in the Afterschool Special I Hate the Way I Look. Seriously, don't. I'm actually surprised that, given her upcoming appearance in the Hannah Montana Movie, Tyra didn't take this one herself.