Eugena is next. She asks the director whether it matters if she gets words wrong. He says that she can break the dialogue if necessary. Eugena interviews that her strategy was just to act like she knew what she was saying. This is actually a really good strategy. She says that when she got to the kiss, it was the worst kiss she'd ever had in her life, and was like trying to kiss her closed fist. Hey, some girls would like that. Jay tells Eugena that he expected her to suck, but that she was actually really personable.
Then there is Amanda, who actually does suck. She interviews that she's not good at reading cue cards, even in English, so when she forgot something and had to look at the cue cards, the whole thing turned awful. Her kiss is also not very convincing for the so-called "straight twin." Jay tells us that Michelle and Amanda were boring in different ways, but both apparently were not passionate and not sexy. The twins not sexy? Well there's a surprise.
Then, it is Jaeda's turn. Nacho is a jerk, and she doesn't want to talk to him or look at him, much less kiss him. I do feel for her a little, but this does not change the fact that her personal tag line should be "Jaeda: Get Over It." She is particularly wooden and sullen-looking in her line delivery, and at one point just breaks down and says that she can't do it. She tries again, and then starts crying. Jay tells her that she can't cry because they don't have time to fix her makeup ["harsh, but -- ha!" -- Wing Chun], and asks in an exasperated manner what the problem is. Jaeda interviews that she's really frustrated that she has to kiss stupid Nacho, and frustrated that she sucks so bad. She hopes that she never has to go through that again. Well, wait about fifteen minutes and you'll get your wish.