Kayla is next in her "Inspired by Snooki" shoot. She's going for Snooki in the face, and model in the body. I have to say, Kayla manages to still look gorgeous under that Bumpit. However, Jay tells us that Kayla got distracted by people screaming and hollering on the street during the shoot. Mike adds that Kayla wasn't really sure of herself, and wasted a lot of time. That can't be good. Angelea is up next, and is impressed by the fact that she has a police escort. She is inspired by NeNe, and looks kind of insane. Angelea also gets distracted and excited when a fan mistakes her for Tyra Banks. Lisa is also to be inspired by NeNe, but has never watched The Real Housewives of Atlanta (for shame!), so she doesn't know who she is. Bianca helps her out by telling her that NeNe would never be on the back of a motorcycle, but if she was she'd be like, "Chiiiiiiiiiild!" Or she'd be choking someone, no lie. Bianca then puts in a bid for pop-cultural competency by saying how weird it is that a lot of the other models want to be in the business, but don't watch television. This is why I watch so much TV, too! It's professional research, bitches. Bianca continues to be helpful to the others until she remembers that this is a competition, and then shuts up with a good-natured laugh. See, she's not evil at all, except when she is.
Lisa approaches set in character, and actually says these words: "Black girls don't go on motorcycles, 'cause my hair, honey." Yes, Lisa D'Amato just referred to herself as a black girl. She's also, while not exactly in blackface, kind of in orangeface. She's darkened, is all I'm saying. Jay is blown away by Lisa's performance, which involves sexually molesting the guy driving the motorcycle. Allison is next, inspired by Snooki. She apparently does a great job, and it seems like her eyes may actually be glowing in the dark. Dominique is the next Snooki on the bike. Mike says that he gives her points for taking risks, even though some of them didn't work so well. Dominique takes the bandana off of her motorcycle-driving escort, which is not as controversial a move as if she had tried it on Bret Michaels.