Following the runway catastrophe, the girls had a photo shoot for disappearing colorful perfume in which they braved the man-made elements. The results were less than beautiful. Ren complained a lot about her contacts, and everything else. Krista and Raina didn't let wind and water prevent them from creating fierce photos. Naduah had a weird, stern mouth reminiscent of a blow-up doll, and the judges didn't think she was pushing her modeling to the next level. She was sent home, leaving us only with a lot of questions about the nature of potential and experience and pathological lying, and how growing up in a cult might factor into that.
Following a commercial break, we learn that everyone is having a bad day. And who was having the worst day of all, you may ask? Why, it's Ren of course. The competition had barely begun, but she was miserable. On the phone, Ren tells a friend that the house contains a mix of the worst kinds of crazy girls from high school, and ghetto girls -- and not even funny ghetto girls. And of course at least one faux hipster who aspires to the look and smell of an American Apparel ad. Seriously, don't talk about Angelea like that. Ren's friend from home suggests that she just get drunk, and Ren says that she didn't buy in bulk, but that the four bottles of wine she got should get her through the night.
Cut to a group confessional in which Ren says she almost quit today, but her best friend told her that quitting is for suckers -- getting wasted is where it's at. Apparently everyone heeded said friend's advice, because there is drunkenness everywhere. Girls do shots in the kitchen! Angelea and Ren BOTH do the Hammer dance! And then Anslee, with no prompting, shakes her booty in a professional video ho manner. It's pretty impressive, and I think it's Angelea who yells, "Anslee's got some black in her!" Anslee then drops it like it's hot, to wild applause. She interviews that she started working in a bar at a young age, and that since you meet so many different people you need to learn how to alter your personality to suit your customers. And in this case, her customers are booty-shaking hos! It's pretty much the best crowd you could ask for. I totally thought this bonus clip was going to end with drunken brawling, but everyone stays in a good mood. Maybe if there had been more available alcohol, it would have been a peaceful season. Counterintuitive!