Barbara asks the girls to present their names, and then tries to teach Jane how to project her voice. When Ann presents her name, Barbara laughs and yells, "Are you sure you are alive?!?" Chelsey finds this uproariously funny and again expounds on her opinion that Ann struggles in terms of personality and emoting. Barbara tells Ann to smile and then says, "Not like Frankenstein." Oh, poor Ann. Barbara then has the girls act like mental patients, which entails laughing, screaming, running around and asking for help. Jane tells us that when you model you need to create a mentality and persona, so acting is very connected. When it's Ann's turn to run around and yell in terror, her scream is equivalent to an asthmatic inhale. Kayla has to wipe away tears of laughter. Poor Ann, for the second time in the paragraph. She tells us that it sounded like a scream in her head, and acknowledges that she's probably mumbling even in her interview. The irony of it all, of course, is that Ann actually has a very distinct and endearing personality that makes her probably the most interesting person on this show. It's just not the type of personality that's good in a job interview.
J. tells the girls that they'll be taking everything they learned in their acting lesson into a meeting with a very, very important client that will be happening today -- a client who is bigger than anyone they've ever had on Top Model before. Ann's response? "Ooooh noooooo." J. tells them not to clam up, because personality is key, and then sends them on their way. I wonder if they'll get to show off their new skill of running around crazily and screaming for help?
The girls head off to their mystery meeting, and wonder as to who this important client is. Chelsey looks into her compact and tells us that she's a frontrunner in terms of confidence and personality. The girls arrive at a building, and step into a fancy glass elevator. We can only dream that there are Oompa Loompas waiting at the top of this elevator to lead the girls to a room where they can lick wallpaper schnozzberriess, and then land in a goose-filled room where Chelsey will be deemed a bad egg and fall down a chute. But instead, it's a building full of magazine offices. The girls land on the top floor where they find, no surprise, a sign saying, "Vogue Italia." As they all wish they had worn something just a little more flattering, we head to commercials.