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.
When we return, it's time for Nigel and Franca Sozzani to have a heart-to-heart about which model is going to be Italy's next blogging superstar. They talk about Allison's piece called "Pumpkin and Persephone." Franca notes that it's short, and in fact is almost like a quote. Nigel thinks it's too highfaluting, with its talk of finding inspiration in Persephone's demise. Franca says that Laura went a little deeper than Allison, but didn't make interesting points. Franca Sozzani does not subscribe to the "more flies with honey" philosophy. She does think Laura has a certain sexy something, and Nigel points out the whole virgin/whore thing that she's got going on. Lisa's piece, "VIP in Crete and Greece" is next for the critique of these literary giants. Franca likes Lisa's concept of a Hollywood girl hanging in Crete, and says that it would have been good if Lisa had compared the two types of fashion. Then there's Angelea. Franca likes her blog, as does Nigel. He particularly enjoys her passage about how the rugged streets and graffiti reminded her of the 716. However, Nigel points out that Angelea can be kind of explosive, and Franca says that's not safe. Nigel asks Franca who she'd hire and why, and she just says, "It's so difficult." I'm sure she means it's difficult because none of them are very good. How great would it be if Franca Sozzani gave an, "I choose me" speech right now?