Next is Marjorie. She reiterates that her new approach is to have fun with everything that happens rather than being completely neurotic. I think she's trying very hard to convince herself that this approach is even possible. She runs all hunchback-like then flips her head back and forth like a kitten watching a tennis match as she flirts. She then ambles over to Mark, hesitates for a moment, and gives him a big one on the lips. Giggling, she runs off. Paulina thinks that Marjorie's performance was refreshing, and Richard says it wasn't exactly what he was expecting, which is always nice to see. Marjorie is pleased. She's ecstatic and upbeat, and Sam tells her with some skepticism that she's changed. Marjorie says that she was in the bottom two before, but now can get over it and enjoy the moment. That's not very European of her at all, is it?
Paulina and Richard call the girls back together to give critiques and announce the winner. Paulina tells Sam that she was adorable, but went a bit over the top in her adorableness. It was a calculated sort of adorable, like that "Hang in there!" kitten. Her performance was the hammy one, according to Paulina. Well, slap her on an English muffin with a fried egg and call her breakfast! Analeigh was cute and sweet, according to Paulina, and Richard tells her that she's a good actress as well as a beautiful model. The Ice Castles remake has found its star, I tell you! McKey flirted really well, but wasn't necessarily up to par on the kissing part. Marjorie was a bit awkward and, according to Paulina, a little scary, but her originality level was a ten. And her performance also could have been an audition for Law and Order: SVU. Richard thought that she was very believable and her performance was the most honest, which he says is quite a skill. And Marjorie wins! She is very excited, and tells us that she's living in the moment. Paulina tells her that she gets to pick a friend to share in the bounty. She of course chooses Analeigh.