I kind of didn't believe people who thought this cycle was dull, not at first, but by the time we got to the usual anticlimax perhaps known better as the cycle's final episode, the tedium was downright oppressive, so I don't have a lot to say that's the least bit interesting. In fact, I've got more to say about McKey than I do about Allison or Teyona.
That's really an amazing look for her, and if Blade Runner is going to be remade in the near future (har), they'd have a great replicant in McKey.
Tyra didn't seem to think so, though, when she met Allison and Teyona backstage for a pre-runway pep talk, and seemingly ignored McKey who was politely waiting there and for all the world longed for some encouraging words from Mama Fierce. Instead, she got about as much love from Tyra as Adrienne Curry gets nowadays.
If that isn't the saddest third wheel body language ever, then I've never been a third wheel.
Indie rating: PJ Harvey and John Parish - "Pig Will Not"