In response to a question from Naima, Michelle states that she's naturally shy, but that she continually tries to grow as a person. Jann says that she loves Michelle's naturalness, along with the fact that Michelle doesn't try to be anybody she's not. Like, for example, a woman. Christina says that she's looking forward to showing that, contrary to what the judges believe, she's a warm-hearted person. She begins interviewing Tatiana, and both ends of the interview are filled with the word "actually." The editors quite hilariously add a "ding" after each "actually" and put an "'actually' counter" at the bottom of the screen. They reach seven in the span of twenty-four seconds, until Jann steps in and tells them to stop saying it. Tatiana begins her next answer with, "Actually..." Christina interviews, "It's a lot more difficult than you actually think it is. So, I'm glad we had the experience, actually." Ding! Funny. Lost in the hilarity, however, is the fact that Tatiana named herself as one of her greatest inspirations. And to think that no one likes her!
The girls get all tarted up to go to the El Centro dance club. Someone appears to be wearing a hideous pair of extra-short denim cut-offs. I think it is Naima, which I find quite distressing. Michelle says that she's never been to a club in Indiana, much less L.A., so she has no idea what to expect. In the van there, she says, "Just gonna freshen my breath and get ready." And I don't even want to think about that for too long. Keenyah yells that Michelle will be the one getting all the numbers. The girls enter the club, and we discover that Kahlen has a cool-looking tattoo on her side. We also discover that Michelle is a wild woman on the dance floor. Keenyah says that the rest of the girls had no idea Michelle had it in her. We see footage of Michelle bumping and grinding, and it's like a transgender episode of Club USA. Michelle rubs herself all over some guy in a purple shirt, who will soon know all there is to know about the crying game. She says that blondes do have more fun. Kahlen interviews that their outing was the most fun she's had since they've been there because the girls got to let loose and forget the competition.