Kelly tells them that they’re scored from 1-10 like always and they’ll see their average scores when they get back to the house. The designers said that Kristin was pretty but “uptight and stiff.” Huh, I don’t think I’ve seen evidence of this before.
“I will cut you.”
Oh, that’s right, I have. Go home, Kristin. They loved Brittany but she wasn’t a strong model. They liked Laura, but she had a stiff walk, and they were unsure about Nastasia. Kiara was liked and positive, but her walk wasn’t great. Victoria was nice, but didn’t really fit a brand. Cecilia Cassini picked Kiara; Lulu Guiness — Nastasia; Charlotte Ronson — Kristin; Whitney Port — Laura; Guess — Laura. That means Laura won the challenge. It also means that neither Victoria nor Brittany booked any go-sees. This also means that Brittany is crying again.
The girls go out to dinner and Victoria is confused about not booking any go-sees. And then, this happens:
Mutha f**king P’Trique shows up.
I’m sorry you guys, but I can’t stand P’Trique much more than I can’t stand BryanBoy and that’s saying A LOT. Like, I hate him. So much.
Flames. Flames! On the side of my face.
He brings them food and Tyra Mail about knowing angles and staying in line and junk. Then P’Trique leaves, thank god. Back at the house, scores:
So, Brittany and Victoria didn’t book any, but Nastasia has the lowest score?
What kind of crap is that? Laura won a bunch of clothes from all the designers as her prize and Kristin’s handling it very well, telling Laura that she deserves it because she’s a good model and a good person. Or, she’s just giving Laura dirty looks and bitching about her in the confessional because Kristin is a bad person. Probably the last one.
The next day, the girls pull up to a prison and are greeted by a corrections officer. In any other cycle, this corrections officer would be played by Ms. Jay or Benny Ninja, but since this is The Budget Cycle, it’s just a regular corrections officer.
“I wash myself with a rag on a stick.”
She’s all bossy with them, making them hurry and get into a single file line. Once inside, they’re locked up and Johnny comes in and tells them that they have to be fingerprinted and booked like regular criminals.
“So, let’s say that, for example — and I’m just being hypothetical here! — I had a condom full of Mexican heroin in my b-hole. Would that be an issue?”
Johnny voice-overs in the WORST voiceover ever that each year, hundreds of college students are arrested for serious crimes.
99% of which are writing the word “penis” on a drunk guy.
Penis-ing is a serious crime, you guys. It’s not victimless, like punching someone in the dark. Penis-ing affects so many of today’s youth and it needs to end. Please do your part to end the senseless violence.