The twins ask if Anchal wants to come eat with them. She says sure, even though she just ate. Anchal cracks an egg into a frying pan. She interviews that she is the voluptuous girl in the house. She doesn't have a flat stomach, and has larger breasts and hips. She's learning to live with it, she says. Cut to the frying pan, which now has four eggs in it. Michelle asks if Anchal is cooking for a small family, and notes that that's a lot of eggs. But you know, if God didn't want us to fill up on protein and fat for breakfast, He never would have invented bacon. Or sausage casing. Or Canada, which in turn invented Canadian bacon. Hey, I'm hungry. Anchal says that she dealt with many issues throughout her childhood. She was ugly, and had glasses and braces. Um, she just described 85% of the world's pre-teens. Find yourself a chronic illness or family tragedy, four-eyes. Anchal is used to hearing crap about herself, and she takes it in and doesn't say anything about it. Cut to Anchal frying a sausage patty or hamburger or something. It should be noted that someone else appears to be cooking a hot dog. Can't they get these girls some damn vegetables?
Tyra Mail! Caridee reads it. Hi, Caridee! It says, "Don't get it twisted! For some of you, being a top model is quite a stretch. So prove to me that you will bend over backwards for fashion." Did you totally think that the girls would be meeting S5's Ebony? Because I did, and I was excited.
The girls are chauffeured to some sort of studio, where they meet...dude, I don't even know. ["Oh, no. No, you don't." -- Wing Chun] I'm glad they foreshadowed the Pat bit, because, yowsa. The person introduces her(?)self as Stacey McKenzie, model and judge on Canada's Next Top Model. Stacey saying, "And by the way, the hormones haven't really kicked in yet" might have been edited out. As I said to fellow Canadian Wing Chun, Stacey makes Coryn look like Audrey Hepburn. Mostly, I think, it's the voice. ["Yeah, we'd watched four or five episodes of CNTM before Glark was like, 'What is Stacey's deal?' 'I don't know, she's a retired model?' "Yeah, but a novelty model, right?' 'What?' 'Like RuPaul?' 'No, I...think she's a biological female.' 'Prove it.' 'You win.'" -- Wing Chun]
(Speaking of Canadians, though, just for a minute, I have to tell you that you must buy the CD of and go see the greatest group in the world, The Wailin' Jennys. DO IT. They are gorgeous and talented and awesome and everything else that the Top Model girls are not, and they will make you want to sing folk songs in three-part harmony [more than you already do, that is].)