Allison is up next. Miss J. calls her to task for wearing the same ensemble to two separate panels. It's a cute dress, but very distinctive and so recognizable. Tyra tells her that if she has jeans and a t-shirt on every week that's okay, because it's "General Clothes." Along with "Corporal Comfy Shoes" he leads the Casual Closet Army. However, when you make a duplicate fashion statement it's like groundhog's day. And nobody's ever mistaken Punxsutawney Phil for a fashion icon. Miss J. wants Teyona and Allison to change clothes, and so Tyra instructs them to do so while the judges deliberate. Finally, it's time for Allison's commercial. You know, it kind of sucks, even if Allison does look like an adorable moppet. Tyra says that she feels like it was punishment, and the other judges all give a big ominous, "Ooooooh!" Clay acknowledges that this was the loudest Allison has spoken since he met her, and gives her props for improvement. Tyra thought that Allison was going to look morbid, but she actually looked sweet and happy like a Cover Girl. If only she hadn't spoken. Nigel repeats his criticism of the previous judging, which is that he's seen the same pose from her week after week. But... she wasn't posing this week. And Tyra just said she looked sweet and happy. Nigel is becoming the Randy Jackson of this panel.
Next up is Aminat. She actually seems hostile in her commercial take. Tyra says that it was a duplicate of Teyona's commercial. Except without all the creepy smiling, which makes it an improvement. Miss J. criticizes Aminat for saying, "le-choo" instead of "let you." For someone who is intelligible less than 40% of the time, he has a lot of gumption. Nigel accuses her of chopping off a lot of words at the end, which is really just the first step in his mad scheme to Eliza Doolittle her. "The rain in Spain... falls on your ass just like I'm about to, bitch." Tyra tells Aminat that as a singer or actress, the client is hiring your whole celebrity and there's a lot of forgiveness in that. But as a model you have to articulate the endings of your damn words. Then it's time for London. Her best take is not salesman-like, but instead is kind of dull. Nigel tells her that it was sloppy and slouchy and her body language was defeatist. London is shocked. Tyra tells her that she saw a hardness, like, "YO. You wanna buy this foundation?" Really? Was she actually watching Aminat's commercial? Paulina simply says, "You know what, don't wear these shorts. That's not becoming." Damn! I love it when Paulina channels Janice. We zoom in on London's thunder thighs for emphasis.