When we return, Whitney rationalizes that she's not fat or obese. She feels bad about the whole Pamella Roland situation, but isn't going to get all up in her face and tell her that she best chase the chub if she doesn't want a punch in the throat, because she doesn't want to burn bridges. Pamella is like, "I only travel on bridges that carry 115 pounds or less. Sorry, fatty!" Team One now heads to Shoshanna. They are slowed down by Whitney -- not because she's too fat to walk, but because she's wearing five inch stilettos. Shoshanna tells the girls of team one that when she started the line, one of her goals was to be inclusive of more body types. All the three-legged women out there are feeling so empowered right now. Shoshanna had a daughter two years ago, and Claire mentions that she has a child as well.
Claire is prepared to bring her personality to the table and "rule the room." Sounds like a good plan! It is thus hard to understand why she proceeds to annoy Shoshanna by playing a one-sided game of 20 questions. Shoshanna tells us that a model does want to show personality on a go-see, but at the same time you have to be careful. In other words, if you have a stank personality, just be quiet for once. Whitney loves how she looks in Shoshanna's dress. It's very Mrs. Roeper. Hott! Shoshanna says that Whitney is beautiful and has a sexy figure, and that she would book her in a runway show. Shoshanna loves Stacy-Ann. Whitney thinks that Dominique's angry eyebrow face, which she claims is done by no one in real life, is going to hurt their team.
Team two heads to Pamella Roland. Pamella thinks that Fatima is beautiful, but, at a size zero, is just too small for their clothes. Pamella is all about the size twos. Pamella thinks that Anya is beautiful, but also is timid and lacks confidence. We don't get to hear what Pamella thinks of Lauren, but Fatima thinks she's awkward and needs to stand up straight for once. Point well taken.