The following day, the girls gear up for their acting/dialect competition. Rebecca says that she's unsure about her abilities as an actress, and that her greatest challenge is to be versatile. Michelle confessionalizes that she's feeling confident that she will do well and win the competition. She whispers the line, "Flowers for sale," under her breath and gives a mini fist-pump. And you know, for a while I felt bad about how Michelle would have to watch herself on this show and face the hard cold reality of, well, herself, but she is so deluded that I don't think it will even matter. Tatiana interviews that they walked into the theater and that Larry, their "instructor for Cockney," was waiting. He tells them that their scene partner will be a special guest, and for a minute I think it's going to be Ashton Kutcher, which would be hilarious. But it's actually model-turned-actor-turned-UPN-star Boris Kodjoe. Some of the girls, and particularly Tiffany, have little fits of desire and say how hot he is. And I have to confess that I had no idea who he was, but he is pretty good-looking in a bald, strapping, goateed way.
Larry tells the girls that they have ten minutes to transform themselves with makeup and costumes. As they dress, they continue to rave about Boris. Tatiana notes that the wardrobe was pretty outlandish, and that they had to black out a tooth. In her case this was particularly challenging, since she has no teeth to speak of. Rebecca interviews that her mind was going crazy because she wasn't sure that she had adequately captured the completely different persona of Sunny Rose. And I think her problem is that she's taking this challenge a little bit too seriously. The girls look like Mary Poppins after the whole chimney number. Kahlen cheerily says that she's going to make a fool of herself. Tiffany says that she was planning on trying her best, but now doubts her abilities.