This week’s episode of ANTM turned out to be a stunner, filled with a zillion WTF moments. I’m not sure I’ll have the strength to cover them all, but I’ll give it my best shot. Feel free to add your WTF moment from the episode in the comments – I’m sure I’ll miss some!
Excerpt from Modelland, by Tyra Banks:
We must always remember we are dealing with the Queen of Cray Cray.
I can’t figure out in the passage above (from Tyra’s book) how the man is driving his scooter. Is he using his penis? Also, if there are only two old ladies heckling the walkers, this writing indicates they are both wearing sweats underneath trash bag dresses. Is it cold out there? Did Tyra not have any editors helping her with this book? Or maybe there was so much to fix they just gave up and let her write what she wanted.
Anyway, let’s get down to this week’s episode which was scripted by the same nutso who wrote Modelland.
After my husband took the popscicle stick out of my mouth in anticipation of the opening sending my brain into spasms of flashing overload, we pick up with the girls returning to the house. Victoria is really happy that she won best photo and comes on in confessional to explain that she is grateful that people voted for her with her very different ethnic background. She keeps pulling the Jewish and Native American card in every freaking episode.
Why does she think her mix is so special?
It comes as no surprise that Victoria decides to enjoy the Tyra suite all by herself. As She-ra points out, she doesn’t have the social skills to realize sharing would be to her advantage. But we all know that Victoria wants to be in the room by herself to daydream of meadow frolics with mom.
And just as I suspected, that bed is still unmade. Which means Victoria
is sleeping in the remnants of Leila and Yvonne’s skin sloughing.
Kristin is frustrated. She’s tired of the judges telling her she has to be more than just a pretty girl. They also want her to model (imagine that.) Except she doesn’t know what they mean. And to top it all off, now that they know that an eliminated model could return because of social media scores, she feels like that will be her, since the 4th judge always gives her great scores. But she doesn’t want to just be able to ride back in to the competition on the coat tails of America’s love.
I love how she automatically assumes she’s going to get the boot.
P.S. Did Tyra design that hideous lamp behind her?
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