Then there is Fucking Melrose, who is down on her knees. She clearly has no soul or depth of emotion, so has to make something up, and the only subject upon which she can work up some passion is that of the judges saying that the pictures of other girls are better than her own. She yells that she's working harder than everyone else, and that she's not empty, and wants to be better, and wants to fucking win. Eugena interviews that Melrose is not only bipolar, but is just plain wrong. I concur. I mean, she couldn't think of anything besides "How dare anyone say that your picture is better than my picture?" What a weirdo. My mom just walked in and saw the TV paused on Melrose and said, "Well, she isn't attractive at all!"
But what is actually worse is Jaeda, who cries about her hair. Jesus, get over it. Jaeda says that nobody understands. Her boyfriend even told her to get over it (ha! That's what I just said, too!), but she hates it and doesn't feel like a girl, or sexy. Jaeda says that they're down to the wire and that she is unhappy all the time, and that people are mad at her because they expect her to be all flowery and happy, but that she's stressed. Jaeda is, like, sobbing. It is really her time to go, man.
And then there's Caridee, who begins by yelling that she's sick of people thinking that models can't feel. If you cut them, do they not bleed? I mean, they bleed anemic malnourished blood, but isn't it blood nonetheless? If you cut their hair, do they not complain? If you put them in front of a camera, do they not smile and/or purse their lips in a beguiling manner? Caridee adds that she's also sick of people thinking that modeling is a piece of low-carb cake, because it's really hard. She sees people breaking down at Panel and getting their dreams smashed. She wants this so bad and has been through so much. She even tried killing herself. What!?!?! Everyone is shocked at that one. Caridee knows what it feels like to want to die, and for the first time in her life, she feels like she's doing something right. Yikes, I guess she is pretty bad off. Tasha tells Caridee that she's proud of her, and that she knows that wasn't easy. Can a person get his or her acting-teacher license revoked? Because in this case I think it might be appropriate. Melrose interviews that the whole experience has been intense for all of them, and that when you get up there and the emotions start rolling out of your mouth, they can take hold of you. Caridee walks out of the theater and cries as we ponder the irresponsibility of this acting exercise and head to commercials.