Nigel says that before they get started shooting Alexandria's ad, he's going to get her co-star. Out rolls a 2012 Ford Focus, which is Alexandria's car to keep. Everyone, including Alexandria, looks quite shocked. Everyone BUT Alexandria looks disgusted. Alexandria has no car, and so is pretty happy about the whole situation. She tearfully interviews that she's happy she won this, because it will prove to everyone that she can make it through. Brittani tells us that Nigel made the wrong decision in choosing Alexandria for the following reasons: 1) She's not very attractive; 2) She doesn't look like a model. Well then! We see Brittani still on set ranting that Nigel chose the ugliest fucking person there as far as their soul, and that it's despicable that she's embodying so much while being so fucking fake. It's wrong, and it upsets her. Molly quietly says that it's the dumbest fucking thing that she's ever seen in her life. Brittani continues to rant that she wanted someone who deserves it and is a good person to win.
From maybe fifteen feet away, Alexandria pipes in to notify Brittani that she can hear her. Brittani does not give a fuck, and says so quite loudly. She adds that Alexandria should have gone home the previous night instead of Monique. Molly says that they all agree, and Alexandria tells them not to be fake and ask her how she's doing. Brittani says that she's not being fake in asking that, but rather is being nice. Alexandria says that she's not, and Brittani's voice gets louder and louder as Nigel looks on, rapt. Brittani says that Alexandria's fake, and Alexandria is all, "I know you are but what am I," and Brittani says she's not fake but nice, and Alexandria says that the way she's talking to her right now is not, in fact, nice. She may have a point with that one. Brittani asks if Alexandria thinks that all the other girls are fake, too, since they are on occasion nice to her because they don't want to single her out, at least to her face. She says that they all gave Alexandria a chance, and Alexandria calmly replies that she doesn't care. The only people who need to give her a chance, she says, are the people who matter. I'm guessing she doesn't consider her competitors as people who matter. She only needs the judges and the people who she works with, all of whom probably dislike her as well. Brittani gives Alexandria the hand and says that nobody cares, and we get a glimpse of a fascinated Nigel still looking on before heading to commercials.