The girls hang out at the loft. Christina says that the atmosphere is tense, and that everyone has her eyes on the prize. Michelle plays solitaire. Keenyah starts complaining that their room is a mess, and gives Tatiana a little lecture about having a clean living environment in a very mom tone of voice. She's wearing a bathrobe all the while and is perhaps the most matronly eighteen-year-old I've ever seen. Tatiana kind of dismisses her. Keenyah is irritated. Tatiana interviews that there is stuff all over the place, and so she doesn't know why Keenyah is bringing it up to her. Tatiana talks to her boyfriend on the phone. She tells him that, just like when she was in school, she doesn't have a lot of friends in the house. She's crying, and I feel a little bad for her. She interviews that she doesn't particularly get along with all of the girls in the house. She says, "I'm not saying that they don't like me, I'm just saying that they don't seem too fond of me." Which is kind of the same thing, and also sad.
Tyra Mail! There's a lot this episode. Mr. McFeely must be getting tired from all of the speedy deliveries. The Tyra Mail says, "Tomorrow you'll finally get to rest in peace and quiet. Be ready to leave at 7:30 AM." Kahlen says, "We're gonna be dead?" Michelle says that they might be zombies. Kahlen interviews that she's hoping it has nothing to do with death, because she doesn't know if she can deal. Christina lies with Kahlen on the couch as Kahlen says that tomorrow will be a really hard day. Christina says she's hoping that their guesses are wrong, and then picks a bit of lint off of Kahlen's sweater. This is soon to become a recurring theme, making this episode read a bit like a National Geographic special on baboons. Thank goodness it was lint and not an actual bug, or Christina might have had it for a between-meal snack and gained an ounce.