Molly, as you may imagine, is complaining about how hot it is. She interviews that she knows she's always had to deal with her anger and impatience, but given how much she wants this, she has to pretend not to be such a bitch. Michael introduces himself to Molly, and then tells her she looks like a Molly, and she just giggles instead of telling him to fuck off. I guess she's learning. Molly does an impression of herself being a kiss-ass, which is pretty dead-on. She tells us that not only does she have to get a good shot, but she has to be careful not to anger the cranky camel. Vice versa, I would imagine. Molly looks completely fierce, and Jay tells us that she nailed the shoot from the get-go. She feels a soul connection with the camel and moves with it very well, and Jay says that she also brought tension to the shot. And she doesn't complain once! Brittani tells us that Molly's shoot accidentally fell into place. That characterization certainly does not seem very generous. Brittani says that anybody could have done it. Michael notes that Molly's shoot was amazing, and adds that some people say it's luck and some people say it's being prepared. Molly prefers the latter.
Kasia is up next, looking oddly like a flapper. She tells us that her strategy is to bring a lot of emotion in the face, but also have great body shapes. This is of course not exactly easy on a camel. Poor Kasia looks very awkward, and Michael tells her that he's sure she can find something more understated to do. She's getting posey and catalogue-ish, and Jay notes that she's looking stuck. The camel walks around a bit, and Kasia looks like she's going to fall right off. Michael tells us that it's important for a photographer to feel like he's in control, and with Kasia he felt out of control. He adds that it was painful to shoot her. When Kasia's done she tells Jay that she's frustrated, and that when something's not working she gets self-conscious. He asks what she's self-conscious about, and Kasia admits that she's self-conscious about how her body looks. That is sad times. Kasia says that she's there because she wants to do high fashion, but she knows it doesn't all work for her. Jay tells her that he personally believes that there's a huge place in the business for plus-sized models, and if she's concerned about what her body looks like it means that she's not present or engaged. He's got a point there. Kasia walks off set looking defeated.