Sheena asks the two of them if they're happy in America, as they seem quite frustrated. This is apparently not an appropriate question, either, and both Marjorie and Elina get very mad. Marjorie assures Sheena that they're not leaving, but it's a fact that they had to adapt. Sam thinks it's a hot load that they're going to blame all of their problems on being immigrants. If you're, like, being held at Guantanamo then you can blame all of your problems on being an immigrant. If you're on a reality show to become a fashion model, then maybe just chill for a minute. Don't you guys feel like Tyra is totally trying to get us to hate Europe? Why can't we just hate Marjorie and (especially) Elina on their own merits? Sheena says that you're only an immigrant in your mind, and you're only the way you feel. Marjorie interviews that the others don't care to understand her and Elina, and want them to say that they're different and wrong. No, I think they just want you to stop whining all the time.
Oh God, but it's still not over. Elina and Marjorie debrief Analeigh on the whole limo situation, and Elina says that when Sheena asked if they were happy in America, she might as well have just told them to go back to their countries. Marjorie agrees that they're being attacked. And you know, when they're talking to the women of color in the house, these bitches need to just step off. In the kitchen, McKey says it's annoying that every single time Marjorie or Elina are different about something they blame it on their European-ness and tell the others that they wouldn't understand. Like how they spell "color" with a "u" and shit. Sam wants to karate chop them. Sheena adds that in the competition this is going to be their default, so the others might as well let them be. However, Sheena secretly does not want to let them be. She interviews that Elina and Marjorie are making themselves out to be victims. She adds that her mother is foreign and speaks with an accent. Sheena embraces her culture, but at the same time can still feel American. At the kitchen table Sheena tells the others that it's all about where you're going, not where you're from. Joslyn, meanwhile, has other concerns. She interviews that she doesn't have time to worry about immigration and tears. Her main focus is to step back up the Top Model ladder, and it's getting harder and harder. She's starting to feel like she's breaking down. And, not being from Europe, she has nothing to blame that upon.