Tyra Mail! Someone's going home. Heather is nervous, but says she's remembering her mom's advice: if you lose, you only lose once, but if you win, you win really big. With that kind of parental advice, it's no wonder Heather has ADHD. What does that even mean?
The next morning, Lisa tells Mila that she's proud of herself. Mila looks bored out of her gourd. She tells us that she thinks she's getting along with most of the girls and definitely wants to continue the competition and participate more in everything. Ebony, in her bed, says to several of the other girls that Heather is kind of weird. Kimberly replies that Heather has all kinds of disabilities, but this is a competition. Victoria tells us that the other girls talk about Heather behind her back and make fun of her for being awkward, but she doesn't do that kind of stuff. Which is good, but I want her to get to the point where she tells the other girls to shove their Perger in their ass, instead of just sitting there quietly. Kimberly says that Heather must think she's a bitch, because she kind of rolls her eyes when Heather talks to her and doesn't listen. The reason for this, she says, is that she doesn't want Heather to cling to her. Kimberly interviews, "People like that, they cling." And people like you, Kimberly, need blotting papers. That's tough talk from somebody who could fry an egg on her face. Kimberly thinks that girls will push Heather away even more as the competition goes forth, and also doesn't think she can make it past elimination. Heather talks to her mom on the phone. Her mom is really supportive, and tells Heather to stay encouraged and to be sweet to the other girls. She has obviously never seen a gaggle of bitches of such high caliber. Heather says she doesn't feel like she can trust them. Good call. She cries, and we head to commercials.