Back at the house, Lisa says that she's preparing to strut her stuff at the challenge, and not show any fear. This bit of foreshadowing really made me curious what the magnitude of her fuckup was going to be. Some of the girls talk, and Bianca says that her pictures are getting better and she's really happy, but she wants to win a challenge. She interviews that this is her time to shine. Meanwhile, the judges have been confusing the crap out of Ambreal. She interviews, in what I believe is the exact same interview from last week, that the judges lost faith in her, and thus wanted to send her home, and that she has to prove that she deserves to be there. At this point I was really hoping she'd go home this week, just so I wouldn't have to hear that same old song anymore.
And then, Bianca says, "Can I say this without being, like, wrong? Okay." It's like a wind-up for trash talking, right there. There's also no pause between "wrong" and "okay," so she's really not asking for permission. Bianca adds that she used to look at Heather as a really big threat, but that now she thinks that Heather has an amazing face, and that's it. And to paraphrase Patty Smyth, sometimes an amazing face ain't enough. Bianca interviews that Heather has pretty pictures because her face is pretty, but that she doesn't do anything that stands out. I think this actually is last week's episode, minus the wall slide and crappy Enrique Iglesias song. Ambreal adds that a lot of people are looking up to Heather, but that she fears for her when she opens her mouth. She might have a point there. Heather curls up under the covers, meanwhile, blissfully unawares. That stuffed monkey she sleeps with heard everything, though, and is going to suffocate some bitches in their sleep.