Previously: makeovers, bitches, tears. Monique was a fucking psycho. And, in sad news, cute, pixie-like Megan went back to San Fran. A finite number of sort-of-modelesque young women (and Melrose) remain!
It is night. As we enter the house, several of the girls are sliding down a makeshift ramp made of mattresses, using what appears to be a couch cushion to propel them. They are scantily clad, making this a set-up for a much different kind of show that might premiere on Cinemax After Dark. Caridee yells in a funny voice that she is the ultimate sliding champion, and interviews that being goofy is a good cure for nervous energy. I agree! The girls partaking of this fun activity are Caridee, Brooke, Jaeda, and a twin or two. Meanwhile (but secretly at another time, because we just saw Jaeda), Jaeda tells Melrose that she misses her hair, but as much as she wants it back, she's not going to get it back, and is just going to have to wait until it grows out. Jaeda says that she was in the bottom two last week, which is a lot of pressure. She says that she's there, getting a huge opportunity, and can't just screw it up because her hair isn't how she likes it. Finally, some sense! Though not for long, I'm sure. I have to say that Jaeda seems to have figured out a way to style her hair that makes her look a lot better.
Meanwhile, A.J., dressed as the Unabomber, is crying and looking in the mirror. Ah, practicing for the inevitable "emotive tears with Tyra" photo shoot while pretending to give a shit about the girl who just went home. Genius! She says, "I'm sad that Meg is gone." One can only hope that this is edited out of context from the near future, when Miss Rock N' Roll herself is ousted. A.J. says that there were way more deserving people who should have gone home. She interviews that Monique or Eugena should have gone home because they did, and still do, have terrible attitudes. Monique and Eugena should have to pack their bags and leave the face of the earth. Melrose tells A.J. that everyone is feeling the same way, and then adds, in this weird Midwestern accent, "Here's some love for ya." We forget, but Melrose is somewhat insufferable. Melrose tells us that Monique has lashed out at everyone in the house in a different way. Well, variety is the spice of bitch, after all. Melrose says that everyone but Eugena hates Monique, which really sounds like the natural course of events.