Laura overdoes it just a touch as she tells us in an interview that CSI is like the number one show ever, in the world. She adds that it's the biggest prize so far, which seems correct. The girls walk through the set and land in autopsy room B. I don't think I've ever actually seen an episode of CSI, number one show ever in the world, but I imagine that a lot of cadavers are involved. Jay then introduces the girls' other judge, CSI creator and executive producer Anthony Zuiker. He comes popping out from under a sheet on an autopsy table, because emulating your weird, creepy uncle is his thing. The girls pretend to be delighted, because they all want jobs. Anthony says that the winner of the challenge will appear in a fall episode of CSI.
So what is the challenge, you may ask? Well, the girls have thirty minutes to memorize a scene that Anthony wrote. Kayla notes that CSI uses a lot of medical terminology, and half of the words are longer than her face. Everyone should just shortcut it and use the Top Model classic fake: "illsnesses." Kayla's recent emergency room experience has not given her an advantage, and in fact she's feeling quite nervous. Bre asks if there's someone to help with the medical terms, and creepy Uncle Anthony shoots out the correct pronunciation of, "Gas chromatograph mass spectrometer." Everyone repeats after him, poorly.
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!