Larissa calls her a hater.
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Mo'Nique explained to Courtney that because she appeared comfortable being neutral and "staying on the fence," she was not giving herself a chance to grow and did not really need this as much as the rest of the girls. They became preoccupied with precise rules of etiquette, such as when to show emotion, influential in this new discourse was a series of essays on the nature of politeness in a commercial society, penned by the philosopher Lord Shaftesbury in the early 18th century. Flashbacks to the original shows include shots of the women making out and carousing. The six remaining girls learned the proper way to respond in a celebrity interview. She came up with a rhyme: Mikki, an Essence magazine editor, and Keith, from an entertainment agency and beauty pageant coordinator. The original concept of the series was derived from a commercial aired in