Ann says that after moving into the house, she and Eva have "split up," and that it is important for her to continue to have a friendship with Eva, so she asked Eva to have a talk. With about six other girls in the room. Dude. Ann tells Eva that she's hurt because Eva didn't stick up for her. Eva is like, "The hell?" (That's paraphrasing, by the way.) Ann asks Eva if she didn't actually want to room together. Eva says she did, but we all know that's a total lie. Eva says, "Ann, as close as we are, we still don't know each other." Ann says (and I quote in full so as to accurately present the craziness), "I don't want to change the way I feel about anyone, like, I don't want to try and control that, like, I love you, like, I will be friends with you forever...you will be in my wedding, like, I swear to God, like, I love you, and like, it kills me to walk around this house knowing that I can't, like, talk to you." Toccara interviews that Ann is co-dependent and needs Eva to survive. Ann says, "I believe in you, like, I want you to win this more than I want me to win this." To finance their glorious Provincetown wedding. Pastor J. Alexander presiding.
Cassie says that Ann doesn't know how to be independent and confident on her own, and that this will show in her photos. Ann has been crying the whole time, and finally Eva sheds one tiny tear and plays a minuet on the world's tiniest violin. Ann mistakes this for affection and gives Eva a bear hug. The unfortunate thing about all of this for Ann (besides the fact that it confirms that she is batshit crazy and sapphically inclined) is that this is totally a defining moment. No one is going to buy that confident and intimidating façade anymore. She has officially blown her wad.
The girls have a day of sightseeing. Kelle acts as tour guide. She points out Christie's, where she claims to work. She shows them the Fifth Avenue stores, including Gucci. Eva says that Kelle is clearly an only child. Kelle says that in her house, she has her own floor. Toccara says that her description of Kelle would be "a preppy, stuck up white person." On behalf white people, I take offense. Toccara says that she doesn't even have a bedroom. Jennipher interviews that everyone is getting a little sick of Kelle. In the van, Kelle continues to be annoying. Even Norelle finds her tedious, which, in my opinion, is quite an accomplishment.
Back at the house, the girls unknowingly partake in a T-Mobile ad. They discover that they are having a mysterious special dinner at their pad. And who is their mysterious special guest? A superior life form from planet XR2K-1 here to show them that the secret for true beauty can be found only in a head that is pulled like taffy! Oh, wait, it's just Tyra. The girls act excited anyway. Tyra sits the girls down for a chat. She is wearing a purple shirt with her red hair against the red wall and lit by a red lamp, and seriously, I keep waiting for the little man behind the curtain to be revealed. She looks like a big scary talking head. Like a hologram of a head, even.