When we return, Nigel tells the ladies that they all obviously had fun posing amidst the tackling, but sometimes things aren't all about fun. Sometimes they're about standing in the whipping and obviously frigid wind next to a lady who doesn't even have sense to put the proper "e" in her name, doling out an opportunity to appear on your boss's insane and ill-named vanity project of a website. Being Nigel Barker is actually my idea of purgatory. Anyway, the MVM -- Most Valuable Model -- of the competition is Kayla. She is incredibly pleased by her first challenge victory, and also her butt is still pixilated. Kayla learns that she'll be styled by Andre Leon Talley for her TypeF.com photo shoot, which I suppose means that she'll be fashioned as a sexy and free wizard.
And then before you know it, we're with Kayla on her TypeF.com shoot. ALT is there, wearing an upside down salad bowl on his head. Of course. I think he's actually going for a Japanese theme, as he's wearing a sort of garbage-bag-wizard-cloak kimono. It's a lot of look. I like to think that having to shill for TypeF.com is what made ALT quit this show. ALT explains that Tyra created TypeF.com as a place where she gives individualized tips on beauty and fashion. The site is SO important to her that she couldn't even be bothered to show up for Kayla's shoot, except via a little "Tyra Cam" that was obviously filmed after the fact and is insufferable. ALT says that one of the great inspirations for Tyra's site is the word "fierce." He asks Kayla, "What's your F?" He does not want to ask that question of me. Kayla's of course is "free," because she's still taking that branding thing seriously. ALT can't even believe that and totally shuts her up with a dismissive, "Yes yes yes," as she tries to explain how she believes that women should be free to explore every side of themselves. Sapphic sides especially! Kayla gets all done up and poses and screeches a lot. She gets a good, leg-kicking shot representing freedom and we're out.