In the van going home, Tiffany tells Michelle that sometimes, Michelle scares the hell out of her. Michelle says that she's a perfectionist and kicks herself all the time. Keenyah says that Michelle beats herself up over any activity that they have to do, and that now that she's having the scary face issues, she's starting to feel ugly as well. She's just starting? Well, good for her for maintaining the delusion for eighteen years. Someone tells Michelle that her face issue is getting worse, and she says it is and looks gross. And then, there is footage of Michelle during an interview in which she looks so entirely horrendous that I can't help but feel kind of bad for her. She has the awful blonde hair with the roots, and those yellow teeth, and open sores all over her face, and she's been crying so her eyes are totally glassy and the extended area around her nose is all red, and there is maybe snot trickling out of it as well. Probably green snot if you look up close. She says, "I've always wanted to feel gorgeous and beautiful. But then I'll go and look in the mirror and it's like, my nose is too big, my skin's not healthy. And I'm looking at everyone else around me. I look nothing like them." Perhaps she could consider moving to the Planet of the Undead if she's worried about blending in. Commercials.
When we return, Noelle is on the phone talking to her son Damien. She promises that she's coming home soon, which demonstrates that she may have some psychic abilities. She says that Damien means "like, everything" to her. So much, in fact, that she left him at home so that she could make a better life as a reality-show participant. On the UPN. She feels like she's literally missing a part of herself. Some of the girls sit outside, and Noelle blathers on about how her life is no longer just about her, and how she's doing everything to make a better life for her child. Brittany gives her a hilarious look, and interviews, "Noelle talks constantly about her child, 24/7. Okay. We got it. You have a kid. Next." Hee!