We return to a pretty stellar Crazyface Amber moment. The girls sit around and talk about who among them is a virgin. A few admit to having fiercely intact hymens. One girl asks who has taken a vow of celibacy. Crazyface Amber, who is wearing a very large hat (because that much crazy on the face needs a fair quantity of shade) raises her hand, and someone else asks if she's a virgin. Amber says, "Ummm..." Yeah. Amber says that she hasn't had sex for two years, and adds, "You know you're supposed to have that burning sensation for your lord Jesus instead of another man." If you're having a burning sensation at all, you should probably actually see your doctor. Bianca becomes a clear favorite as she looks at Amber and deadpans, "I know you want attention. There's nothing wrong with that."
With that, it's time for the models to go in front of Tyra and the Jays! Jennifer, 23 from Philadelphia, is first, and does a whole lot of squealing when she enters the room. Jennifer once had a throw-down fight with a hussy from New Jersey. Did the bitch flip a table? Because if not, you weren't really in Jersey. PROSTITUTION WHORE! Jennifer hopes that being Asian will give her an edge. But is America really ready for a short, elderly Asian supermodel? One boundary at a time, Jennifer.
Then there's Courtney of the crutches. Tyra asks how she broke her foot, and we see actual video of Courtney's hard-core tumbling pass where it all happened. She interviews that this is the fourth time that she's broken her foot. She's uber-competitive, and her body in a bikini is at once hot and oddly lumpy. I mean, lumpy in a bony way. And a good way, even. Tyra loves her complete lack of boobs, and Jay adds that Courtney's proportions are great and she actually looks like a model. She also got her broken foot into a four-inch stiletto, so points for that.
Next is Amanda, 21 from New Orleans. She's wearing jeans, a black tank top, Converse sneakers, and a fedora. Amanda looks a little rough and she explains, she lives in a pop-up trailer in east New Orleans. There's no plumbing in the pop-up trailer, so she uses the "plumbing in the yard." You'd think this might be a serious look into how victims of Hurricane Katrina are still struggling to put even basic pieces of their lives together four years later, but the jaunty music playing in the background and further interview clips from Amanda are really just evidence that Poor People Say the Darndest Things!