The judges then look at the contestants who are actually in danger of elimination. Alexandria looks amazing, and Tyra says that she's making the large-foreheaded people proud. Angelea's photo is weak, according to ALT, though Nigel likes that she had the nerve to question him about his earlier comments. ALT is a big fan of Dominique's photo, but Kristin isn't feeling it. Nigel wants to see action and emotion from Isis rather than pretty. Tyra commends Isis for going through her struggles and still serving it. However, ALT sees no work there. Kristin agrees that it's safe and isn't doing a whole lot. Laura took a risk in her photo by crouching, and Nigel says that she's made it a fashion shot. Also, she and Bre pair up beautifully. Lisa's body looks very strong, and Kristin loves it. Nigel says that Lisa is always Lisa. That may not always be a good thing, but it is authentic. With that, the judges have reached a decision.
With the girls lined up before her, Tyra first goes through the safe girls. Allison gets the best photo for the week. As she accepts her photo, Tyra tells her that they have put a new word into Top Model vernacular -- tooch. That word is in the original OED of Top Model! Does she think that viewers of the all-stars cycle haven't watched other seasons? Does she think that we've actually been brain damaged enough by this show that we don't remember? Maybe that's what she's been going for all along. Tyra forces Allison to say "tooch," and it winds up being the cutest and funniest thing. But that's all on Allison. Tyra gets no credit for anything positive related to tooching. Bianca is called next, followed by Shannon, Bre, Kayla, and Camille.
Then it's time to go through the girls who are actually in danger. Alexandria is called first, followed by Lisa, Laura, and Dominique. This leaves Isis and Angelea in the bottom two. You can tell that Isis is so over Tyra already. Tyra says that Angelea and Isis do not have the two worst photos, and uses that as proof of how important challenges are to win. Except for all the times when the same girl who wins the week's challenge gets eliminated. Anyway. Tyra is only going to call one name. You know how it goes. Isis's photo is not so great, and Tyra tells her that from week to week it seems to be less and less and less. If Tyra didn't outweigh her by about 60 pounds, Isis would deck that lady right in the throat, I think. Tyra tells Angelea that her photo is not so great, but the judges commend her for speaking up about her confusion. However, the judges are concerned that Angelea doesn't know the difference, and can't make the balance. I guess she means the balance between hood ghetto bitch and bank teller. Tyra then goes on to say that the number one thing that girls go home for is the ability to take a note. It is? Honestly, I think she's using a magnetic poetry kit to write her elimination ceremony soliloquys. In any case, Angelea gets a photo and Isis is going home. Tyra tells Angelea that they don't want her to lose the 716, but they want her to be able to oscillate between polish and sandpaper. For real: magnetic poetry.