Back in New York, the girls moved into their garish digs at the Waldorf Astoria. That place is seriously like the worst Hildi room on Trading Spaces, times thirteen. Ann and Eva wanted to room together, but things didn't quite shake out that way. Eva is fine with that, but Ann is upset. The whole thing goes a little something like this:
Ann: But Eva, I love you [sob, sob, sob]! Be my girlfriend and share my bed and celebrate the great lesbian independence of 1969 with me every night!
Eva: Bitch, you crazy.
In a bit of new footage, Toccara, Yaya, and Jennipher (remember 'Pher?) discuss the scene between Ann and Eva. Yaya says that the whole thing was extra-dramatic, and made it seem like Eva and Ann they had been friends for years. She makes a good point, but her eyes are in little slits that emanate evil. Jennipher says that it will be funny when one of the two leaves. She says that Ann will freak out if Eva leaves, but that if Ann leaves, Eva won't give a shit. Well, since your sorry ass was eliminated in the fifth episode, I guess you'll have to watch it on TV like the rest of us, won't you, Jennipher?
The girls line up at panel. A super-cute Toccara shares, "When I was in high school, I did modern dance and jazz and tap, and when I got older I did a little exotic dancing." No way! (And at this, Cassie thinks to herself, "Damn! I need to find another little girl lost storyline, and pronto!") Janice screams, "I KNEW IT! I KNEW IT!" and, not to be outdone, does a stripper dance of her own. Tyra says, "Give us some, Janice!" as if Janice needs any more encouragement. Janice rubs her bottom in Nolé's face and slinkily says, "Exotic! Dance!" Nolé loves it. Oh, Janice is the best. I had a feeling that we'd have a few chestnuts from her in the additional footage (and believe you me, the best is yet to come). The judges felt that Ann had no passion, and that Leah's rhythm was off. As Tyra says, Leah should have been more like, "Roll...snap! Roll...snap!" with her head, instead of, "Snap. Snaaap." Leah says, "Got it," as if that made any sense. Leah goes home anyway.
And...makeovers! Oh, I remember it well! Ann says that she's very open-minded. Cut to a post-makeover shot, where she is crying and says, "I hate short hair on me." Meanwhile, her hair is like, an inch shorter. If anything, she should be complaining about the skunk streaks that they put in her hair. Pepe LePew is seriously trying to woo her. That is how bad Ann's highlights are. Jennipher is also unhappy and sobs as her ugly super-long hair is cut. I bet she is totally growing that shit out as we speak. Bad move, Pocatello. Bad move. Yaya tells the obviously annoyed stylist that her hair needs to be combed out from tip to root, and that she would rather do it herself. Amanda loves her new look, which she describes as "Donatella Versace meets Lord of the Rings." And that's....good? I mean, at least try to pick some attractive people. It's like, "Wow, Tiffany! Your new look is like a cross between Charles Nelson Reilly and Bea Arthur!" Tyra voices over that Amanda's new look frightened some of the other girls, and Toccara says that she wouldn't want to be locked in a room with Amanda at night, or something similar. Oh, Toccara is so pretty.