The next morning, Jay Manuel - fully decked out in porn gym shorts and a wife-beater - surprises the girls at their house with a wake-up call. Turns out they're having a photo shoot at their house! Elina thinks this is great news, because it's comforting to have the shoot on their own turf. I don't know. With all the bad vibes these bitches throw, I feel like a production assistant should be waving a smudge stick around on the hour. Jay calls the girls out to the pool, of which he is now the lifeguard, and asks how many times at panel Tyra asks them to smile with their eyes. If any of these girls knew the infinity symbol, they'd be making it right now. He tells the girls that they'll be shot from the nose up, in the water! Isis is nervous, because she's never really done the "pool thing" with a bikini on. However, she tells us that she's not going to let this water shoot make her lose her personality again. I say that you just let that thing flop around if it must and leave it to the retouchers to take care of.
Jay introduces the photographer for the shoot, whom he says cares more about their eyes than any other part of their body. And the photographer is Nigel, making Jay's last statement patently untrue. Analeigh tells us that Nigel is sexy in a wetsuit. Despite myself, I have to admit that he kind of is. Nigel tells the girls that there is nothing more important than their eyes, which are also the windows to their soul. They are sometimes blue and crying in the rain. Sometimes they're private and watching you. Sometimes they're of the tiger, rising up to the challenge of a rival. He tells them they can express any emotion with their eyes, but the one non-negotiable is that they have to bring it. Nigel then says, "Are you ready to get wet?" Yeah.
The girls go into hair and makeup. They're getting crazy fierce eye makeup, the better with which to provide a transparent view into their souls. McKey is first in the pool. She seems to be wearing only some nude undergarments, so I guess the idea is that they're supposed to look like they're naked under the water. McKey is nervous, as she only has two looks with her eyes: the squint, and the wide open. There's also the "twitching thing," but she wisely chooses not to use that option. To be fair to McKey, she seems to have dental floss hanging over one eye, which must be distracting. Upon her last frame, Jay just says, "Hmm." That's not good!