Dania critiques the girls and says that they were all holding back. She says that they have to give life, and flip their hair with great relish. It's important for the girls to go all the way and shine through. Dania tells Anslee that she should have been a bit more inviting. Anslee tells us that she might not have done the commercial the right way, but it's because she couldn't hear Dania clearly when she was giving the instructions, and she couldn't interrupt everything and make a big deal out of her own hearing impairment. Now, I know they were in the middle of Times Square and it probably was hard to hear. But could she not have asked someone what they were supposed to do? Seriously? She did not think with the quickness on this one, and so produced that lame-ass excuse that's going to get her reamed at panel. Dania wanted Brenda to do something -- anything -- during her commercial. Simone also was holding back. She tells us that if she had known that she could have gone up there and danced and acted a fool, she would have. I think we all know that's a lie. Tatianna acted like a moron, and so got Dania's attention. She wins the challenge, and Dania also totally wants to be her BFF.
Back at the house, Anslee is sulking. It's upsetting, she says, to try so hard and feel like you're getting nowhere. The camera zooms in to peas and corn sitting in a container on the counter. Anslee is disgusted, and Alasia says that they thawed out overnight. Anslee replies, with some stank in her voice, that frozen peas and corn will spoil, which is why you have to keep it "re-frig-er-a-ted." Alasia, who is apparently digging through the fridge for some unspoiled food, quietly says, "You ain't gotta say it like that, though." She has a point, and is relatively calm about it for the moment. Anslee retorts that she explained it to Alasia in a normal way first, but Alasia didn't understand that. Alasia says that she's not a little girl. Anslee shoots back, "Well, then, understand the first time and I won't talk to you like you're a little girl." Alasia's voice is raised a bit as she tells Anslee that she shouldn't speak to people like that. Anslee interviews that Alasia doesn't know how to shut up, and is a childish, ditzy girl.
And THEN. Say all you want about Alasia's stankness, but it's Anslee who busts a nut and yells, "Back up, sweetheart. DOES IT SAY KEEP REFRIGERATED?!?" I mean, all this about frozen vegetables. The Jolly Green Giant would not care to see this definitively un-jolly reaction to his wares. The yelling then starts in earnest. It goes back and forth, and then Alasia says that Anslee isn't anybody's mama in this house. She adds, "What kind of woman are you? How do you treat your daughter?" Anslee flies across the counter with such force that even Angelea -- who has been standing there quietly wrapped in a headscarf and a blanket -- backs the fuck up. Anslee is, to put it mildly, displeased that Alasia brought her daughter into this conversation. The screaming escalates. Curse words are shouted. Fingers are waved in faces. Finally Krista hops out of bed and tries to keep the peace. She's sleepy as hell, and just wants these bitches to keep it down. Alasia walks out of the kitchen saying that she's not going to show nobody no respect who won't respect her. Anslee notes that Alasia's still running her damn mouth all the way down the hallway. When you start telling Anslee about how she's not a good mother, she interviews, you're going to see an ugly side of her. She doesn't want an 18-year old telling her how to be a woman, especially when said 18-year-old wears a silver lamé swimsuit with a pair of jeans in public. With this, we head to commercials.