Liz is next, and while her bully word is "mutt," her power word is "biracial beauty." See, that's a good one. We don't see much of her, but what we do see is relentlessly gorgeous, per usual. Sara is next. Her bully word is "manly" and her power word is "athletic." She touches herself all over, so her body paint gets very, very smeary. Deborah tells Sara that she has a very safe face that she keeps going to, and should try to take it to the next level. Then there's Ann, with her giant/Amazon word motif. The length and miniscule girth of Ann's torso are really something else. Ann would really like to go a day without people asking her how tall she is. She should just get a t-shirt made that says, "6'2."
There are yet more models to go! Chris has "bony" as her bully word and "slim" as her power word. Jay seems to like what she's doing. Anamaria, per usual, has some stank commentary. She says that the other girls are pretty, but they're small town America girls and she wouldn't look at them twice if she saw them on the street. When it's Anamaria's turn to be photographed, we learn that "bucktooth" is her bully word and "sexy mouth" is her power word. We get a look at Anamaria from the back and side, and there are ribs aplenty. Jay says that his big concern with Anamaria is her body. He didn't see tall, slender body -- he saw bones. Jay tells Anamaria that she's so vascular, and should be aware that she needs to pose in a way that's softer and more feminine. Wait. Is he saying that she looks like blood vessels? Creative genius at work! Anamaria responds that she's been trying so hard to get lean, but it's not working. Well, that's not good, is it? Jay tells her that she doesn't need to get lean, while Deborah Anderson looks on with puzzlement and horror. Anamaria interviews, "I don't give a fuck about what you think, what you have to say. I know how I feel, I know in the mirror what I'm looking back at, and that's all that matters to me." She walks off set on her bony little legs, hip bones jutting out, Afterschool Special music playing. That can't be good.
And finally we make it to Kayla. As the body artists are writing "queer" on her, she says, "This word is so harsh." But it's such a good word, too! Kayla tells us that the shoot felt therapeutic because she had "free" written on her neck. Jay says that Kayla found a way to model through the pain, and she looked breathtaking. That was easy! I guess she got all the emotion out in her heart to heart with Tyra and was thus able to kick butt fearlessly.