When we return, Molly decides that she's going to skip Frankie B., hope the other girls get lost, and leave. Back at the go-see, Alexandria tells designer Daniella Clarke about how rock, cool-inspired, and sweet her jeans are. Daniella says that a little butt-kissing never hurt anyone. She tells us that Alexandria was sweet, and personable, and it was a good thing that she knew the brand. She'd book Alexandria. Despite her face, even? Meanwhile, Molly is verbally abusing her poor driver for the fact that he's not aggressive enough. Compared to her, Meatloaf freaking out on Gary Busey about his missing painting supplies from Michaels isn't aggressive enough. Molly hates traffic, she hates pedestrians, and she wants to push her driver out of the moving vehicle so she can get behind the wheel herself. Back at Frankie B., Daniella likes Brittani's edginess, thinks Hannah has a great body, and says that Kasia fit the jeans well and definitely has the required bombshell look. Jaclyn thinks she did well at Frankie B., and says that even though she's the girl next door she's got some va-va-voom inside of her. Daniella notes that Jaclyn's sweetness has put her in need of a root canal.
With nearly three hours remaining, Molly reaches her first actual go see at House Casting, which is the girl next door go-see. They give her a commercial script to memorize. Meanwhile, Alexandria arrives and figures that even while waiting for Molly to finish she'll be able to make it to the other go-sees just fine. Molly delivers her lines about healthy eating to the camera, and director Rachel Williams asks her to make it a little friendlier. "Friendly" to Molly means a sarcastic smirk, which she provides on her next take. Rachel tells us again that Molly could be a little friendlier and could let loose a little more. Alexandria gives the cheesiest shit-eating performance alive, which I guess is good for a commercial about Smart Ones or whatever. Rachel would book her, and notes that she was friendly and seemed excited to be there. Molly really could take a lesson and just pepper her existence with some fake flakes to make people believe that she's actually capable of being enjoyable.
Jaclyn, meanwhile, has no idea where she's going. She explains that in her hometown of Belton, Texas, there is a Walmart and a Bush's chicken and you definitely do not need a map to get from one to the other. Brittani doesn't have a sense of direction, either, and acknowledges that she has no idea where the hell she's going. Kasia, however, has made it to her couture go-see at Oday Shakar. She thinks that it went really well. Oday tells us that Kasia was great, and that he could see clients really liking her. Brittani then arrives at Oday Shakar and assures us that she was going for a friendly and professional vibe. Oday likes her and thinks that she has a good walk. Jaclyn makes it to House Casting, where Hannah is already delivering her lines in pigtails. Jaclyn gives it a try, and casting director Rachel asks her to do it without her southern accent. Hilarity ensues. Rachel says that the accent is basically a problem for anything involving lines.