America's Next Top Model

Season 2 Episode 6

The Girl Whose Lips Puffed Up

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Feb 17, 2004 on The CW
8.3
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The girls' photo shoot for this week is simple beauty shots, photographs taken in black and white that focus on their face. After that, the girls are taken to an acting challenge where they will have to act out a scene. The last stop for the girls is a fast-paced action packed Matrix like commercial for Rollitos chips.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • The girls learn about acting and they do a commercial

    8.6
    This episode started out a little boring. The close up black and white shoot just wasn't that interesting. It is important to test their skills as a model, but it just isn't as good of T.V. as some of the unique shoots they come up with. After that they went to acting lessons which I thought got off to a wierd start. Everyone just started crying when they were shown a blank piece of paper. It was bizarre, and I actually had to agree with Camielle that it just wasn't worth getting upseat over. The whole episode showed an interesting side of Camielle and how she isn't willing to show emotions. The rest of the acting challenge got better. They had to do a Soap Opera like scene and it was interesting to see how the performed. They had to do a kiss at the end, and I enjoyed seeing who actually tried to do it. I was glad that April won, because I felt like she did a really good job and I could see her being in a Soap Opera. Towards the end of the episode they did a comercial where they were fighting eachother to be America's Next Top Model. It was kind of cool how it worked, but I would have liked to see more acting. In the end Catie went home and I was really glad because she was being way to emotional.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • The challenge this week is an acting challenge to see how well the girls convey their feelings. The girls have to act out a scene with Mark Collier, a soap opera star. The winner is April who chooses Catie to go with her on a jewelry-shopping spree.

    • Call out order:

      April
      Yoanna
      Mercedes
      Shandi
      Sarah

      The bottom two are Catie and Camille. Camille won't open up. But in the end Catie goes home because she is to safe to be commercial and the judges wonder if she is emotionally ready to be a model.

    • The episode title is named for Camille, whose lips puffed up due to an unknown allergic reaction.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Tasha Smith-Arquese: (to Camille during the acting challenge) Come on, you're sucking right now!

    • Eric: She's kinda the girl next door, but I think America's Next Top Model has to be like, the girl way over there.
      Tyra: Down the street and around the corner!
      Eric: Ex-actly.

    • (about her accent in the commercial)
      Jay Manuel: Tough superhero, not tough Bronx. Ok?
      Mercedes: (pause) I'm from Jersey.

    • Mercedes (About Camille): Where the hell did the Cuban come from? I'm more Cuban than her, Honey, and I'm not even Latin!

    • Tasha Smith-Arquese: I just feel like you're still on the surface. There's stuff inside your heart going on that you just refuse to let out.
      Camille: I'm trying here, I'm trying!
      Tasha Smith-Arquese: I feel like you just want to have this perfect mask on.
      Camille: It has to do with me, inside of me.
      Tasha Smith-Arquese: Well, God bless you and your career, but you're just boring.

    • Mercedes: (about April) I love her, but she's going to die of a heart attack before she hits 27 because she puts so much stress on the little things and doesn't listen to the positive things.

    • Janice: (to Yoanna) Convince me that you're funny, just once. Just can you--can I see a...
      (Yoanna turns and lifts her skirt, mooning the judges and cracking them up.)

  • NOTES (0)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Camille changed the lines during her acting challenge, Mark Collier warned her if she did that in front of David Mamet she'd never get an acting job. David Mamet is a playwright known for his gritty, overlapping dialogue. His most famous work is probably Glengarry Glen Ross.

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