The girls study their scripts, and Lisa tells us that, living in L.A., she's acted some over the years. The challenge is up her alley, but she thinks that having to memorize everything in thirty minutes is insane. We then cut to Camille, who proves that she's crazier than we thought by saying that this prize might be stretched out into being a permanent character on the show. She doesn't want to fail at the acting challenge, mostly because she would really like to get paid for something. She's first on set, where we meet actor Robert David Hall, who is playing Dr. Robbins. Camille is playing the role of Marley Territo, the new intern from WLVU. Why would the morgue have an intern from a radio station? Camille's hands are shaking, which does not go unnoticed by Jay and Anthony. We then get a little montage of the girls playing Marley, who has to make a joke about slicing off the cadaver's head.
The big sticking line, of course, is, "According to tox, the results from the gas chromatograph mass-spectrometer detected an admixture of barbiturates, methamphetamine, and hydrocodone." Camille stumbles all over her words, and feels humiliated. Also, poor. But she is certainly not the only one who can't say the line. Dominique biffs it all over the place, and results to saying "all kinds of stuff" when she can't remember "hydrocodone." Bianca tells Dr. Robbins that the tox results found, "Biotin, Neosporin, and metamorphine." You know how the kids are huffing Neosporin these days! Alexandria, Laura and Kayla are all also terrible. I'm surprised that we have no Laura dyslexia subplot!
Then there's Angelea. She tells us that, going into the competition, she's got the most talent up in this bitch. She sings, she acts, she models, the fans love her, everybody loves her, and she looks good. All self-reported, but true. Jay suggests that throwing a little 716 into the mix may bring out the magic in the scene. Angelea agrees, but her performance is actually pretty straight. But she's good! She nails all the hard words, and seems all business. Anthony tells her that she may possibly win the challenge, because she's that good. Let's let Angelea tell us what she thinks of these kind words: "What what! Angelea got skills." Bre is next, and though she's petrified of forgetting her medical jargon, she nails it. What what! Bre's got skills too!
And the there's Lisa. Jay asks if she's ready to do this, and she says that since she's last, it's been a while since she read the lines, but she's going to do the best she can. To paraphrase Jeffrey Osborne, Lisa did her best, but I guess her best wasn't good enough. Because here she is back where she was before: a challenge loser. And not only a loser, but the worst of the worst! As Lisa swears and worries that she'll be sent home, we cut to commercials. When we return, Lisa tells us that she was forgetting her lines because she had an hour and a half break between reading the script and running the scene. As she curses, Anthony cuts and then tells her to try to be credible and serious. He is not amused by La Puchinetta. Jay tells us that Lisa didn't learn the script, and had no energy. It's not the Lisa that he's used to. Of course, the Lisa that he's used to soils herself in public. I might take the lethargic one with poor memorization skills.