Sundai is up next, and assures us that getting a good picture while surfing is harder than you think. She has her same Cover Girl commercial saleswoman voice going, so we know she means business. Sundai's face doesn't show at all in her photo, which is going to be bad news. Then there's Nicole, whose sunblock actually seems to be working. She gets up on her board, but her body pose is totally weird. This is, indeed, a hard challenge. Jennifer puts her arm out straight ahead of her, and looks kind of ninja butch. Or, as Jay calls it, "Egyptian." Brittany is next, and tells us that she's given this competition her all and needs to keep showing more because she wants it so bad. Her surfing photo is okay, if a little awkward. They all look super-short on the surfboards, which could be because they're actually pretty short. No lengthening nunchucks to help you now, fools! Finally there's Erin. She tells us that she's not necessarily at the same maturity level of the other girls, and additionally she's very hard on herself. She shows this more than the other girls do, but at the same time she's not going to be happy with performing poorly. Irritatingly, Erin's surfboard photo is clearly the best. She's working it on the waves.
Jay gathers the girls on the sand -- but not in the shade! Come on! -- and says that he could really tell who brought all the lessons from past weeks into this challenge. For Sundai, this was a step back since you couldn't even see her face. Jennifer's Nefertiti jazzercise didn't read model. Laura's balance was thrown off, which did not lead to a pretty shot. Nicole looked tall, comparatively. Brittany's initial pose floored Jay. Erin found real symmetry on the surfboard. And the winner is Erin. She jumps and makes frenzied arm movements like the demonic troll elf that she is. Her prize is a helicopter tour ride of the island of Maui. She picks Brittany and Nicole to share in the prize with her, even though they seem to engage in a cycle of mutual hate with her.