Next, all of the girls participate in, "Chapter 3: DA-TAHHHH!" Then they film "Chapter 9: BZZZ," which involves swordplay and nunchucks. The models are filming outside in the sun, which means that Allison's eyes are falling out of her head. Tyra instructs her to squint. What a novel solution. Jay says that he doesn't know if Allison will stand out in the piece, because her eyes are causing so many problems. Speaking of Allison, she gets dressed up in a pretty rad cat outfit for her solo scene, "Chapter 25: One Bee-Yotchhh (Catwalk Corridor)." Why do so many words have extraneous letters? Tyra explains, "In Modelland, Catwalk Corridor is where all the bad intoxabellas -- otherwise known as supermodels -- get sent, and they get turned into cats." Oh, okay. There is an actual kitten involved, which helps matters greatly. Allison says that this whole thing is like a dream come true, and she can relate to some of the bizarre concepts in the film. Allison tooches her feline booty. Then Allison shoots, "Chapter 14: Arancia Rossa Di Sicilia." Tyra explains that all of Modelland smells like blood oranges, which is one of Tyra's favorite scents. It takes a special kind of egomaniac to envision a world that smells like her random favorite scent. Allison puts a blood orange by her mouth some, and then gets painted with blood on the lip. That apparently comes from a cat scratch, and as you can imagine Allison + blood = happiness.
Next, we see Angelea and Tyra discussing "Chapter 7: X-O-2." Tyra says it's a very emotional scene, in which Tookie expresses her pain at feeling unloved and unwanted. Tyra holds something that represents Tookie's pain at her father saying that she's not his, and she's not good enough, then asks, "Do you have any issues with that?" SUBTLE! Angelea takes the bait, and tells us that Tyra gave her this scene for a reason. She starts to cry, and tells Tyra that if she weren't on ANTM all-stars, she doesn't know where she'd be. After Cycle 14, Angelea gave up when things got too hard. Tyra tells Angelea to put all of her emotion into the scene. Angelea is doubting herself, because she's had to fight harder than all of the other sneaky bitches on set. She asks, "Why not me?" and says that she has the goods, too. Angelea looks out of a ladder and, with a face full of tears, whispers, "I'm Tookie." Lisa looks on and tells us that Angelea's heart is in it, but she's still too fragile to survive in the modeling and/or entertainment business. But Angelea says that when she wants something she fights her hardest, and she can't afford to let it wear her down. With those words of persistence, we head to commercials.