Meanwhile, Sara and Molly clown with the dialogue and Molly tongues her carton of orange juice. That sure makes me want coffee! Sara figures she's probably going to get the role of Mr. Drysdale since she can't be a sexy woman. She tells us that she was uncomfortable reading the script. Being a feminist, she says, she's been trying to move away from being a stereotypical quiet, subservient, docile woman for her whole life. To put herself back in that situation and work to fill that role is worrisome to her. This is exactly why people think that feminists have no sense of irony! Also, newsflash, you are a contestant on America's Next Top Model.
The girls head to Smashbox Studios where Jay Manuel awaits them. He tells them that he wants them to be flirty, fun and seductive in their commercial shoot for Fierce Roast Coffee, and adds that they're going to like the styling. It turns out that the shoot is Mad Men-inspired, and the feel is retro but also very current in fashion today. Their director for the commercial is the wee and adorable Francesco Carrozzini, which causes quite a number of squeals. Molly tells us that she has a little crush on Francesco, who is an awesome photographer and director in addition to being totally hot. He seriously must get so much poon. Jay tells the girls that their performance in front of a motion camera is very important, and that top models should be able to deliver lines in a commercial in addition to standing around and looking pretty. The girls will be paired up as the two secretaries, which is a cause for happiness for Alexandria, and a cause for misery for anybody who might be paired with Alexandria.
The girls head back to hair and makeup, and makeup artist Melissa Rogers tells Hannah that she's going to be like Doris Day, a sort of milk and cookies blonde. Hannah explains that back in the day, women were suppressed in the office and had to use their sexuality to get ideas across. Somewhere, Peggy Olson is formulating an awkward yet ultimately brilliant counter-argument. Alexandria tells us that she's paired up with Brittani, which is a perfect combination. We'll see what Brittani thinks about that. Sara is having another crisis of confidence, saying that the other girls all look cool while she just looks short. Mikaela is her partner, and Sara is worried that the two of them will suck since they were both in the bottom at the last panel. Sara points out that she has socks stuffed in her bra, and then another bra over the sock-bra. Sock bras and feminism are like tuna and peanut butter. Mikaela tells us that she has already done a photo shoot with Sara, and doesn't think that she's picked up her confidence enough. Jaclyn has no self-consciousness around her beefed-up body parts, and prances around to show off her fake booty as wardrobe stylist Franck Chevalier adjusts it. She's never had a booty before, and delights in shaking it. Kasia feels slightly superior because all of her shakable parts are real. I'm with you, girl.