Next, we meet Janet of the mini-golfing. She says that her small town just got a Wal-Mart and gives an exaggerated "Whoo!" Tyra notes that Janet does bikini waxing for a living and asks about the proper position that a client must get in. Janet gets on all fours and says, and I quote, "You gotta get the crack up, you gotta spread the cheeks, and just make sure it's available." Ha! I love Janet. She interviews, "I guess once you've seen one butt, you've seen them all, you know?" And now she gets to see Tyra's, as Tyra climbs on the judging table, butt in the air. Janet comes over and spreads the cheeks, then slaps Tyra on the butt. Miss J. is truly dismayed by all of this, as one might imagine. In gay man's purgatory, everyone is a bikini waxer. Once Janet leaves, Tyra says that any girl who gives her a simulated kitty cat wax is fine with her. This is why she loves Twiggy so much.
Cut to a dining room where the girls are having dinner. Victoria gets really pukey and ill-looking. Sabrina, 18, from Cerritos, California, says that to her, if Victoria gets sick, that's just one opportunity for her to shine. Because America's Next Top Model must have a strong stomach? That makes no sense. With this early bout of bitchery, we head to commercials.
When we return, Victoria is totally fine. Was that seriously the best they could do drama-wise? Oh, wait, there's more. A girl named Ebony, whom we'll soon know a lot more about, says at breakfast, "Let's play a game and see who has an eating disorder." Marvita gets pissed and asks why anybody would even say that. Ebony says, "Because I wanted to." Ebony interviews some junk about the bitch being back, and about her intimidating people. Girl, please. Marvita asks when Ebony's last damn meal was, because she looks anorexic. Marvita tells us that she is not intimidated by Ebony. Ebony was just hating, and Marvita just wanted to slap her. She clarifies, "I didn't want to fight her; I just wanted to slap the hell out of her." That seems reasonable to me. Mila, 20, from Boston, says that everyone is in the same boat. She then gets a big kick out of the fact that they're literally in the same boat. Ooh, is she a bubblehead. She wonders why everyone can't just get along.