Back at the house, Michelle goes to see Amanda, who's lying in bed. Michelle confessionalizes that she just came out that she might be "bisexual or whatever," which felt really good, but that, at the same time, she's trying to figure out what's going on with her sister. Michelle tells Amanda that she's not being herself. Amanda says that she's being herself; she's just mellow. She is indeed being pretty weird. All of a sudden, A.J. asks if the fact that Michelle might be gay makes Amanda uncomfortable. Whoa! A.J. gets right to the heart of things. Michelle tells Amanda she's worried that Amanda's not being herself. Amanda seems kind of depressed -- perhaps because Michelle is totally getting a storyline. Commercials.
When we return, there is Tyra Mail. "BEWARE OF SUPERMODEL. SHE BITES!!!!" Brooke thinks that maybe they're going out to dinner. Girl, you'd better hope not.
The girls wind up at Geoff Thomas designs, where Mark is once again waiting for them. Mr. Thomas is unveiling a line of jewelry tonight, and the girls are assigned to work the red carpet. Mark is going to be acting like a Cyrano de Bergerac for retards, and will help the girls out via an earpiece. And then, Mark drops the bomb: their interview for tonight is...Janice Dickinson. Caridee instantly puts her head in her hands and says, "Oh my God." I wish people had that reaction when they heard my name. ["I bet Tyra does." -- Wing Chun] We get a mini-Janice montage that makes me miss her ever so. You'd never see Twiggy humping Tyra, you know? The girls are totally scared. Janice Dickinson strikes fear into the hearts of young models, which is as it should be. At least they'll be in public this time, which really limits any sort of nefarious fate that could befall them.
La Dickinson emerges from her limo, looking fierce as always. Caridee is first to interview her. In all fairness, given the way Caridee is looking right now, it's possible that Janice thought a streetwalker was assaulting her. Caridee asks Janice what makes her Janice Dickinson, who is so "over...I can't think of the word right now." Janice tries to help her with sign language. Caridee then asks her what makes her so "overpungent." Ha! In an interview, Caridee laments that "overpungent" is a smell, a very strong smell. Take out the word "over" and she's at least on the right track. The funny thing is that Janice could probably answer that in one word: formaldehyde.