The girls hop into a van and head to the Dutch country side where they are greeted by windmills, cows and Mr. Jay. The girls will have extreme hair and makeup and pose against the gorgeous windmill backdrop. As the girls get made up, Jay introduces them to their photographer for the day, Barrie Hullegie. He cares about the whole craft of the image, which Analeigh thinks is cool, yo. Speaking of Analeigh, she's up first. She has a rusty metal chain around her neck and some sort of patio chair base around her waist. She leans on a pitchfork and Jay raves. He tells us that Analeigh tried at a lot of things and was really dynamic. They have a lot of photo options for her, which is of course a good thing. With five frames left, Analeigh asks if she can jump. And jump she does, for Tyra's love.
Marjorie is next. Okay, she is definitely still drunk. She just kind of stands there for a while, then when Barrie asks her to start moving toward him she ambles and appears not to be able to hold the weight of her head on her neck. Jay tells her that she's not very graceful in her clogs, then adds that she looks crazy or like she's high or drunk or something. Marjorie laughs a drunk laugh. Jay tells us that Marjorie was awkward and was not motivating. She lacked presence despite the fact that she was wearing a pink shower curtain. Then, all of a sudden, she starts doing better. Jay notes that Marjorie wants to model now. After the shoot's over, Jay tells Marjorie that it's not just about what kind of photo she takes but how she presents herself at panel. She still unsure there, so it's the area where she needs to step up her game.
Next there's Sam. Even Anda and Masha have to crack up at how hideous her outfit is. Sam tells us that she hates being serious, because it's more her personality to have fun. She doesn't think that the other girls take her seriously, which she says is good because she can just roll on by them when they are unawares. Sam starts her photo shoot, and looks particularly uninspired and/or puzzled. In fairness, she is wearing a shower curtain too, which must be a confusing feeling. Jay tells her to watch her leg, which she is totally straightening, as it looks like a block of wood. Barrie asks Sam to walk toward him, then has to tell her to watch her face. Jay wonders what happened to the inventive and inspiring Sam of last week. Sam indicates that her shoes are hurting her, and Jay basically tells her to get over it. He tells us that there's no excuse, at this point in the competition, to be so weak, and adds that Sam went from a 10 to a 0. With six frames left Jay tells Sam that she's doing kind of a terrible job and needs to pull it together but quick. And then she does! Suddenly she's working her shovel like nobody's business. Jay tells her that her last seven frames are so strong, and wonders why he had to yell at her to get her to go from 0 to 100. Sam says that it just took time to click. Jay tells her that she doesn't have time. Sam interviews that she sucked really bad. She's very sad, and cries when she goes back into makeup. Sutan soaks up her tears with an applicator sponge and tells her that you never know. It is always a good rule of thumb to believe that somebody can suck worse than you. Keep hope alive.