Bianca's team is next. Mario asks Bianca herself if the fans are seeing the real her. She says that the fans always see the real her, and that she has word vomit like everyone else. She gets a buzzer, I think mostly for the use of the word "vomit." Lisa tells us that Bianca isn't memorable at all, and that she took this time to ponder Mario's hair gel. In fairness, that is a compelling subject. Mario then asks Allison if it's true that modeling hasn't always been her priority and, if so, why she's even there. Allison says that modeling has taught her so much. She loves to photograph herself, and so by marrying the two things together, she's developed a better eye. She gets a solid "ding" for answering a question like a normal, smart human. Bianca tells us that Allison is the biggest surprise for her in the competition -- she's so cool, but also speaks her mind and doesn't let people walk all over her. You know that if Bianca actually likes you, you must be pretty awesome.
Kayla then gets a viewer question about her discomfort working with male models, and whether she's gotten past that. Kayla says that she's moved on from that. She broke through those barriers, and now is moving forward even more. She says that it set her free, and that's why she's here today representing freedom. Too much explicit brand! Mario asks Camille if she has a backup plan in the event that she does not win Top Model All-Stars. Wait another eight years for Top Model: Menopause Cycle? Camille says that she has a degree, and will be involved in the business of fashion one way or another. Alexandria tells us that team number two needed to be more real, relaxed and professional. Oh, what does she know. At least she's not wearing that giant hat with the bow on it, I guess.
With the interviews over, Nigel gives each team an assessment of their performance. For team one, a big problem was Lisa's tendency to jump in when everyone was talking and give high fives and generally be an idiot. Angelea's assessment is: "Lisa, you suck." Nigel then tells Angelea that this is about her showing her personality, and on stage during an interview is prime personality time. However, Angelea was quite conservative, straight, and unmemorable. Angelea tells us that it's frustrating, because she associates an interview with being professional. She's confused about what Nigel wants. Nigel then tells Isis that it isn't just about the message -- it's about the way she moves and looks, so everyone gets involved in the conversation. Does that mean that she did good or not?