After a commercial break the confrontation continues, with Kiara emphasizing that she was just trying to help, and if Destiny doesn't want her very helpful constructive criticism, then she should have fun losing the competition. Darian notes that Kiara need not get so defensive, and Kiara points out that Darian needs to mind her business. As the captain of her basketball team and the oldest of seven kids, Kiara tells us that she's a natural born leader. She doesn't take so well to Darian enthusiastically bidding her goodnight as she says she's going to bed. Meanwhile, Kristin sits around in the middle of it all eating candy like a boss.
Oh, and then YAY! It's time for calisthenics with Victoria! She's out in the yard, doing some vintage '80s Denise Austin movements, or maybe even Gilad's Bodies in Motion. I bet dusty Denise Austin VHS tapes comprise the official home schooling phys-ed curriculum. Victoria tells us that she has never felt such a weird and confusing conglomeration of emotions. She misses her mom, but also wants to stay in the competition because she has so much talent to show. Aerobic talent too, it turns out. If she added a colorful sweatband on her head right now, she would be even more perfect. We hear the other girls talk about her, and someone simply says, "Dude, Victoria." Another girl replies, "Something's not right." It's not right, and yet also so very right! All at once! Now it is I who have never felt such a weird and confusing conglomeration of emotions. Kiara theorizes that there's something going on, and Victoria's mom is the only one who knows what, and that this is why Victoria clings to that relationship so much. But...what is that thing? Other than Grey Gardens syndrome? Victoria certainly IS a staunch character. As Laura says that she has a great relationship with her mom, but hasn't gone to the extreme of not letting anyone else into her life, we see Victoria doing grapevines. It is, you will agree, magical.