Meanwhile, Isis has some friends of her own and is talking to them. She says she finds that a lot of women are intimidated by her. McKey notes that this is probably because Isis does "girl" better than most girls and everybody laughs. McKey continues that she doesn't think about whether she believes what Isis is doing is right or wrong, because it's not her choice to make. She interviews that Isis is always going to have people talking about her, and just has to stay strong. Isis says that people can think what they want, but when she's on the runway they can't tell her nothing. She's here for the long run, she says, and someone - McKey, I guess - says, "You're one of us, Isis." I don't know that I'd take that particularly as a compliment, but Isis seems to enjoy it nonetheless. Commercials.
When we return, the girls are practicing runway all over the house in preparation for what they assume is a runway challenge. Analeigh tells us that at this point it's vital that she start making her way up. The girls head to what appears to be a bank building, where they meet Miss J. He confirms that they will indeed have a runway challenge, and that they'll be wearing the clothing of a very talented designer, who also happens to be one of Miss J.'s closest and dearest friends. Please don't tell us it's Tyra in disguise. But nay, it's Jeremy Scott, who rocks the house in a top hat and track suit. He tells the girls that they'll be walking in the vintage bank because his collection is inspired by opulence and wealth. Ah, so that explains the top hat. Except not really. In any case, the girls are also going to portray cat burglars. It's like The Great Muppet Caper! But will Hannah really be able to get the baseball diamond to Nicky Holiday successfully? I do look forward to the moment when Tyra comes crashing through the window on a motorcycle. A free night at the Happiness Hotel for everybody!