Toccara asks the girls to tell her about themselves and their personalities. Aminat says that she's loud, and it's okay to be loud, then tells Toccara that she'd better remember her. Toccara laughs and looks absolutely beautiful. I wish everyone else would shut up so we could just look at Toccara some more with a soundtrack of tweeting birds. Kortnie then says that she's an old male comedian stuck in a curvy chick's body. Sandra tells us that Kortnie is always joking around and doesn't take the competition as seriously as most of the other girls, then reminds us that this is not, in fact, America's Next Top Comedian. But if it were, you'd better believe Kathy Griffin and Margaret Cho lip-syncing for their lives would be the show of the century. In any case, none of the other girls are interesting enough to be given a personality spotlight, so we move on to them asking Toccara questions. Fo asks what she's done since Top Model. Toccara is all, bitch, I was in Italian Vogue. Toccara is also a correspondent for BET, and says that it's all because of her personality. Tahlia is inspired, and tells us that, as a model with scars, she wants to be an inspiration, too. First she should be inspired to find a personality other than "drippy noodle."
The girls sit around the table with Toccara, who notes that all of the photos in the house are of Tyra, except for the one of Sandra. The girls explain that it was the best of the week. Natalie pipes in and says that Fo's picture was the ACTUAL best of the week, and Sandra retorts that the judges have the last say. Teyona can feel that Sandra wants to say that she was, in fact, the best. Sandra does, indeed, think she's the best, and thanks Teyona for pulling it out of her. Aminat interviews that Sandra thinks everything's about her. She's gorgeous, but she has no substance. There's just the essence of stank, which may seem solid but is actually just made of very thick, noxious vapors.