Travis tells the girls that it's time for the singing portion of the workshop. Has there even been a commercial yet? There hasn't, has there? Dammit!
We're introduced to Roger Love, who I think was up for the part of Ted on Queer as Folk U.S.. He's super! Thanks for asking. Everyone applauds with a hesitant sneer on her face. Dr. Love says he's here to make their voices sound "as fabulous as they could sound." As he teaches all the girls where their diaphragms are, the narrator tries to tell us why we should care: "Roger Love has worked with some of the top names in the music business, including contemporary acts like matchbox twenty." If anyone needs me, I'll be sticking my fists into the blender. It's the only thing that make sense anymore. Margeaux also looks disgusted, so I kinda like her now. The girls all hold their faces and do vocal warm-ups. Only Ana Maria knows how to hold her face and do the warm-up without making herself look like she's got mushy cheeks. That girl is going places, I tell you. The other girls are just making good fodder for popstarsblowjobfaces.com.
Roger Love is on the piano, hitting a "Nay-nay-nay-NAY-NAY-NAY-NAY-nay-nay-nay!" that makes my cat leap from the ottoman and attack my Diet Coke. He's telling Camille to make her voice like "the Wicked Witch!" Camille starts her "nay"s, but Roger quickly stands up and puts his hand on her neck. From the angle, it totally looks like Roger hates the sound of Camille's voice so much he has no other choice but to strangle her immediately, ridding the world of so much suffering. Cut to Roger's hand on Camille's larynx. He pushes in, and she starts choking and laughing. The other girls laugh, too, because they know Camille just got the boot and there's only five other girls to go, now. Roger changes the "nay" to a "guh," and Camille does the vocal warm-up without giggles. You go, girl.
Go, go Gadget Split Screen! Camille stands at Roger's piano, killing me softly with "How Do I Live" while on the right hand side she's lying down, talking to the camera. "The whole process is really intimidating," she says. "Everywhere you go. There are the three chairs lined up, and, you know, everybody around you is judging you on something and it just...it's kind of like, nerve-wracking." Because she's nervous, and might need to hide her head at any moment, Camille has decided to wear a purple sleeveless shirt with a giant cowl-neck. It's truly uh-gly.
Oh, man. I should learn to quit while I'm ahead. Baby Norman is back. This time, instead of the "Rock Star" shirt we've seen seven times, she's wearing a t-shirt with the sparkled word "Sexy" on it. Roger pushes on Baby's stomach and tells her that he needs to see her breathe, and that her singing sounds all nervous.