Finally it's Kahlen's turn. She says that she's at a disadvantage, because the other girls all have extra frames. She's also at a disadvantage because she's uncomfortable around men. And finally, she can't dance. It's not really her day, is it? She tells us once again that she's uncomfortable being sexy. Jay tells Kahlen to dance more than pose, and says that Kahlen needs to learn how to trust herself more and not be so nervous and full of doubt during the shoot. When she's through, Kahlen tells the other girls that her shoot was awkward, and does the robot as an illustration of her dancing abilities. And that was kind of cute, particularly since it was not accompanied by tears.
The girls go to dinner with the three male models. Keenyah is not pleased at the prospect of more quality time with Bertini. She argues with him at the dinner table and says that he crossed the line. He asks if it was a thin line and she says emphatically that it was "PRETTY DARN THICK," which leads me to believe that he is in fact Ber-not-so-teeny. Bertini says that he was trying to make the picture hot. Brittany offers him her hand and says that she didn't mind him at all and thought he was fabulous. She's wearing a hat that makes her look like an extra from Shania Twain's "Man, I Feel Like a Woman" video. Keenyah angrily tells Brittany to guzzle her drink. The appropriate response to this would be, "I will right after you have another spoonful of lard."
Brittany interviews that dinner was awful and awkward. The bill comes and there is some confusion with money. Kahlen asks if Keenyah already paid, and Keenyah says something about her drinks not being on the bill. And in a crack bit of editing, I'm not sure what exactly is going on, but Brittany makes it seem like Keenyah came to dinner with no money and is stiffing them for her drinks. Brittany and Keenyah continue to bicker as the others look on awkwardly. Brittany drunkenly says to Kahlen that she sees more and more how selfish Keenyah is, and also thinks that Keenyah can be fake.
In the van on the way home, Brittany tells Keenyah that she's selfish and asks how she planned to pay for her drinks. Keenyah yells that if Brittany wants to think that she's selfish, she can. In an interview, Brittany ties Keenyah's selfishness back to the fact that she wanted to open Nelson Mandela's cell because she's "the black one." In the van, Brittany yells that Keenyah was upset after Naima opened the cell, and that Keenyah was so emotional but didn't even know if Nelson Mandela was alive or dead. This is the weirdest conversation to be recapping. Kahlen interviews emotionally that she hates listening to people yell at each other because there are other ways to solve issues. You can, for example, write a nasty message in their brownies. Who needs mediation when we have ANTM's non-violence training to help us handle life's difficult moments? Keenyah says that Brittany wasn't in her shoes and didn't know what she felt in that moment. Naima interviews that she is thankful that she was the one to hold the key, because it's obvious that Brittany and Keenyah don't hold the experience in as high esteem as she does. Brittany then complains to Keenyah that she makes it out like the experience means more to her because she's black, and Keenyah yells back that her blackness does have something to do with it. The argument escalates until Brittany yells, "SHUUUUUUUUUUUUT UUUUUUUUUUPPPPP!" as we go to commercials.