Tyra voices over, "You guys are all special, and I don't want any of you to give up," as if she is actually talking to the seven rejects. She gives them all a hug. Marvita says that when Tyra didn't call her name she was like, "All right, that's cool." She says she didn't cry, when all the other girls were breaking down and acting like punk-asses. She adds, "You're not always going to get what you want." Unless you want to talk about traumatic child events on national TV, in which case Marvita is one step ahead of the curve. Jennifer is really sad, but says that she's not done banging down doors, and it's not over for her. I hate to tell her, but actually, it might be over. Go back to school and become a dental technician or something! All is not lost!
Tyra tells the thirteen finalists that they're all there because being America's Next Top Model is not just about being a pretty face, it's about being a role model. Yeah, Ebony is a regular Eleanor Roosevelt. They're all very excited. Ebony says she's going to be a star and everyone's going to recognize her. Heather didn't believe it was going to happen. In some way, can any of us believe that any of this is happening? Sometimes I think this show is just a dream I had.
Next week: The girls move into the house. Heather has some problems with the social interactions, and Binaca says some fighting words to Lisa, who will likely lap-dance her to death.