Paul and Hampton start with Yaya, who says that she is "a very worldly individual" and just graduated from an Ivy League university. She says that she can talk to people about almost anything, but that she isn't sure what kind of conversation is appropriate in the fashion world. See, the thing about Ivy League graduates is that they really can talk to people about almost anything, but what they don't realize is that other people are rolling their eyes throughout and later reporting what assholes they are. Not that I'm generalizing, mind you. Hampton tells her that if she doesn't think that she knows all the answers, people will like her better, much like the viewing audience liked her more before we got to hear her speak.
Rebecca (hereafter known as Grimley), meanwhile, tells Amanda to pick the five favorite things from her closet. She tells Amanda that her selections look cheap. Which, Amanda really does have the worst wardrobe. Amanda tells Grimley that she is very poor. This would have totally been the time to whip out the "I am legally blind" excuse, if you ask me. Grimley says that the idea is to make cheap look stylish.
Paul and Hampton talk to Eva, who complains that everybody thinks she's a diva. To circumvent this, Paul suggests that she always show the best possible manners to prove that she's a nice person.
Grimley looks at Yaya's wardrobe and says that her style is very "earth mother." Yaya says, "I wouldn't mind sticking to that style." Grimley says that's fine, but that she shouldn't show up for a toothpaste ad wearing a dashiki. Yaya says that she doesn't have to conform to be successful. Grimley suggests a little more variety and color, which will help to preset "the happy Yaya" rather than the usual "bitchface Yaya."