Jay calls all the girls together for their critique. He tells Mikaela that he's never heard a Cover Girl use the f-word that many times, but eventually she got it together and drew him in with her relatability. Hannah, Jaclyn and Dalya took the shoot out of the commercial realm with their conversational tone, however the spot wasn't super informative. Jay tells Alexandria that calling "action" is the director's job, and Alexandria retorts that she was merely saying "action" to herself. He does not buy this one bit. However, he was impressed by how calm, cool and collected Monique was. In the end, Brittani, Kasia and Mikaela did the best, and their spot will appear on covergirl.com. Monique tells us that if Alexandria hadn't been so freaking annoying, their team would have won. She's not wrong. Brittani hopes that Alexandria gets sent home for her bad attitude, since no one in the industry is going to want to work with her anyway. No one in ANY industry is going to want to work with her.
Back at home, there is more Tyra Mail: "Tomorrow get ready to take a walk on the wild side. Love, Tyra." The girls jump up and down and someone suggests that they might be working with wild animals. Kasia looks nervous. Dalya tells us that she takes the blame for her team losing the challenge. However, she's trying to stay calm because if she gets antsy and anxious that will only make things worse.
Meanwhile, Alexandria calls her boyfriend. She tells him that she's already being looked at differently, and she doesn't like it. This guy must be the most patient man on earth. He tells her that he loves her no matter what, and that she should stay strong. Alexandria tells us that her mom and dad split up because of abuse, and she's always felt the need to protect her younger siblings. Oooh, the sad Alexandria backstory is a curveball that, while not unexpected, certainly makes things a lot less fun for everyone. Alexandria tells us that she had to grow up fast and become wise beyond her years. She cries as she says that if the girls in the house understood her past, they might realize that she was only trying to fix and help things. Well then why doesn't she tell them? There's not a CW staff oracle there to clue other people in on your deep-rooted issues. Alexandria's boyfriend asks if the other girls are cool, and she sort of pauses before answering in the affirmative.
While Alexandria is talking on the phone, the other girls are talking shit about her. And again, you can't exactly blame them. I've been talking shit about Alexandria in every page of every recap, myself. Hannah asks if Alexandria's on any medication, and Molly answers that she should be. Monique cracks up, and then asks the others if they should look in her diary. There are some instant objections and someone notes that that's dirty. Indeed, it's actually the worst. Monique tells us that she only wanted to look in the diary to really see how Alexandria feels about the rest of them. Brittani, who focuses on logistics rather than morals in this situation, tells Monique that if she's going to do it she'd better hurry her ass up. Monique scampers off while Molly stands guard. When Monique takes a look at the diary, which appears to just be sitting on Alexandria's bed, she yells, "It's bad! It's bad!" Jaclyn does not want to be part of this particularly shenanigan, and tells us that it's going to be terrible. As we all write a silent memo to Alexandria to put her private stuff in a drawer for cripe's sake, we head to commercials.