Next up is Brittany and her terrible weave. Her personalities are innocent, spacey, goofy, and devilish. Jay says that today they found her weak spot. She started off strong in the competition, but maybe was a little cocky. Some of her shots fell completely flat.
Renee is next, and says as a precursor to her shoot that the girls should be careful about whom they make feel like an outcast, because they don't know whom they're messing with. I thought Renee didn't CARE about being an outcast? Instead of getting a $100,000 Cover Girl contract, if Renee wins, they should give her $100,000 worth of therapy. Renee's personalities are "dark side," sexual, "sorrow," and something else we don't see. And I mean, she looks great. She says that Jael was giving her the evil eye, so she was giving the evil eye right back. Jay says that Renee is a beautiful girl, but that she needs to take it to the next level.
And then, Dionne, Whitney, and Jaslene go off to do their Keds photo shoot. It all goes well, and Dionne is very excited and grateful. I have to say, though, it does not look like Keds will be making a comeback. Those are some homely shoes, dog.
Then, the girls go back to the house. But instead of Tyra Mail, there is actual Tyra! And then it becomes clear. We're at the "Chit-Chatting With Tyra" portion of the season, also known as a Very Special Episode of The Typrah Winbanks Show. And today, Typrah is talking about "revelations and what this competition brings." O...kay. Brittany gets to start. Her revelation is that her fucking cheap-ass weave is making her head scabby. Tyra apologizes and says that they'll do something about it. THANK GOD. She says that the REAL revelation for Brittany might be that sometimes you have to speak up. And I mean, she kind of did, but we all just thought that she was a whiny-poo whinerator. Dionne talks about how hard it is to be away from her baby, but says that she knows she's doing this for both of them. Jael talks about her friend's death, and how that affected her. Tyra quite wisely says, "Death happens." Put that on a bumper sticker, why don't you. She says that people don't expect you to be stoic when someone dies and, in fact, if you are they'll wonder if you have a heart.