Bianca Piper, a high school senior, tells her crush that she likes him, only to learn that he recently got back together with his girlfriend. When his girlfriend sees her, she threatens to release a video about her. Bianca stands up to her and gives her an empowering speech on self-image.
Flint's mother gives Flint encouragement when he's feeling down. She suggests he follow the example of great inventors, such as Nikola Tesla and Alexander Graham Bell, who weren't deterred by what other people thought of them. Flint then gets back to work on new inventions.
Raven Baxter is excited to learn that she's a finalist in the Young Designers Contest. However, they've retouched her image to portray her as skinny. The woman leading the contest tells Raven that she needs "the lookm" which is unrealistically skinny, to be able to walk on stage during the contest.
This clip explores the gap between how others perceive us and how we perceive ourselves. Each woman is the subject of two portraits drawn by FBI-trained forensic artist Gil Zamora: one based on her own description, and the other using a stranger's observations.