Bethany's horse face thinks Camille is fake. Sara doesn't know why Camille believes that she's "the stuff." She's "the stuff"? When did this become Police Academy edited for the SuperStation, suddenly? And why is Hightower threatening to "knock my gosh-darn knees off, egg roll," anyway?
Grand Central. Heather is eighteen, blonde, and from Moreno Vallry, California. This makes her Catie, except for all the pretty parts. Jenascia is twenty-one and from Burien, Washington. As the third person on that bus wearing them, she confirms visually that, yes, big hoop earrings are in. We get it. Now take them off, Angels. Charlie can't even see you through that phone anyway. Jenascia frets that she's the shortest girl there, but tells us that, in a competition, she can "usually assess" who she can beat. The camera bounces off shots of Bethany and Shandi, and I love that we're supposed to hate Jenascia already because if the camera shows it, it must be going on inside of her mind. She continues by fretting that she thought she was going to have to wear heels the whole time she was there, but she quickly decided, "[Bleep] it." That's right, Fackler. You tell that Commandant Lasard who's boss and you mean it.
Mercedes is twenty-two and wears hoop earrings (natch) and a hat that cries, "It's Lisa! And she looks like Blossom!" I'll get it out now so there's no trouble going forward: I don't think she's pretty. She tells us that she was rude when she lived in Jersey, but now she lives in California and she's nice. Okaaaaaaay...? Well, I guess it's better than spending her entire confessional talking about her boobs. But at least that way I could draw some horrible pun out of it and call her travels west "manifest chestiny." Ech. Good thing I decided not to do that.
We're twelve strong (well, maybe they could life one small suitcase together, but only if they're all reeeeally trying) now, and Lara Klingon Boyle tells us in a confessional, "We were trying to guesstimate what was going to happen next?" Hee. "Guesstimate"? Pardon my vague grasp on the language, but am I guessing (or "guesstimating") that the word she's looking for is "guess"? I love that she felt the need to describe the actions on the bus in third-grade math terms. The desk was approximately four inches in width, so to figure out the height, Bobby was going to have to guesstimate. Wait until she tries to describe her first experience on the runway in terms of PEMDAS. Hmmm. Maybe "guesstimate" is Klingon for "guess."