The girls head back to their lovely giant hotel penthouse and scrub off their makeup. Catherine tells Azmarie that she was amazing, and stood out among all the other girls. Do you think Catherine is trying to get into Azmarie's pants? The answer to this question is always yes. Azmarie tells us that it took a while for her to develop her confidence. She came out to her parents when she was fourteen, and her mother didn't react so well for some time. Now that Azmarie is modeling, she hopes that her mother can see some of her hopes for her little girl realized, even if it is in an Androgenia-ous context. With that, there is Tyra Mail! "Sticky and sweet and oh so delicious! Fierce and Love, Tyra." The girls think that they'll either be posing with candy, or covered with something. Ashley is still very sad about her lack of casting success, and tells us that she doesn't want to go home. Not only is she having a good time and learning some things about modeling (negligible, I'd think), but she also wants to make her adorable little kids proud. On this sad note, we head to commercials.
When we return, Sophie and Eboni are named challenge co-winners by Jay Manuel, because they tied for booking the most shows, and also did a fine job on the runway. They get some clothes from Attitude Jay Manuel, which is slightly less exciting than winning clothes from the Kardashian Kollection due to the lack of sparkly Hammer pants, as well as an all-expense trip back to Canada for the Calgary Stampede. The Calgary Stampede is the largest rodeo in North America. This is a weird prize, right? Unless Eboni and Sophie get to judge cowboys on their ability to smize while bull riding? I love how in the Top Model context that would make the whole thing less strange.
Jay then transitions to talk of this week's photo shoot. The girls are huddled (in the rain) in the distillery district, which is the historical part of downtown Toronto, and will serve as their backdrop. As the girls get made up, Alisha tells us that if one of the U.K. girls doesn't get best photo this week, they'll all have to immigrate to Canada out of shame. They're busting their bullocks, she says, but no one can touch the mighty Azmarie, who might as well be in a competition by herself. If Top Model ever does an all-clone edition, she might be the one. Jay comes in to introduce photographer Miguel Jacob. He also lets slip the insignificant fact that during this shoot they'll be covered in organic maple syrup. Apparently, they'll also be dressed in outfits made of fake leaves of the kind that you buy at Michaels or its Canadian equivalent. This trip is really not doing much to bolster Canada's reputation as burgeoning fashion capital of the world.