Leila rightly points out that it is unfair to portray her as obsessed with anyone and it’s making her feel alienated and uncomfortable. Suddenly Laura starts to cry. She says it all feels like high school and she feels like she’s being attacked.
But I think she really feels guilty for buying into Kristin’s
mean girl behavior, since that isn’t who she really is. I hope.
Victoria is the multi-tasker of the house. She’s enjoying a
light workout and some bedtime bible reading as
she watches the drama unfold.
Turns out, Leila hit a hot button. Laura is crying because other people used to say the exact same thing to her.
Hey baby, if the shoe fits…
Now Laura’s saying that Leila can’t be true friends with her if she says such mean things. The tables have turned and Laura is trying to be the victim, when in fact she was the aggressor. She is not making her mean girl mentor proud.
No, no, no! This is where you goad her into hitting you
or you bitch slap her in the face. You don’t cry!
Now Leila’s crying too because she never expected to be the outcast and she’s hurt that it happened. From there everyone seems to lose focus on what they’re fighting about and both girls are convinced they are the victim and the floor boards fill with tears, releasing the dormant mold spores that the cleaning crews failed to remove when they renovated this condemned building for the show.
And that night in their sleep, all the girls died of black mold inhalation.
Leila decides she won’t worry about friends from now on. She has to just focus on the competition because she knows she has a lot of potential and she doesn’t want it to go to waste.
Oh, honey. They would have to actually teach you something for
you to realize your potential. Poor thing.
The next day, the girls go to L.A. College, where they gather around the athletic field and find out what the judges have in store for them.
Jonte, What the hell are you wearing?
Shut up, Johnny. I thought we were going to the other kind of track.
So this week, the girls will be dressed as cheerleaders and tossed into the air as they are photographed. Jonte demonstrates for us.
On what planet is this high fashion?
Laura is worried because she says she was the farthest thing from a cheerleader and she’s afraid of heights. Being tossed in the air is among the things she was more than willing to cross off her bucket list undone.
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