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.
In other news, Eva Pigford appears on VH1's Best Week Ever. Wow, she has finally achieved fame on the level of that guy from Ed. Next on her fast-paced schedule she'll be handing out samples at Perfumania.
When we return, the girls have brought the fight into the hotel. Brittany continues to lambaste Keenyah for crying because Naima got to open Nelson Mandela's cell. Keenyah says that that's not why she was crying. Naima gets pissed off because these two idiots can't give a powerful and personal moment the reverence that it deserves. In response to the fact that any of these girls got to visit his cell, Nelson Mandela rolls over in his grave. Naima asks the girls to stop fighting. Meanwhile, Kahlen is sitting on their patio and crying. She tearily interviews that when she hears people yell and scream, she just wants to separate herself. More arguing. It appears that Keenyah and Brittany are no longer the friends that they once were. Tyra Mail tells them that someone will be eliminated. Brittany says that the girls are all stressed out and the pressure is piling on. Everyone -- including the viewing audience and your intrepid recapper -- is waiting for the whole thing to be over.