Let us move on from this awkward, sex-free situation and on to Tyra Mail! "Tomorrow your world will be turned upside down. Love, Tyra." Lexie wonders if their actual house will be lifted up and turned upside down. It would be kind of awesome of they did an Up themed photo shoot, and then floated away to a distant land and this actually became Survivor. Instead, the girls head to Knotts Berry Farm, which is actually an amusement park that may or may not have anything to do with berries or farming. [They do have some delicious jam that must come from somewhere... - Angel] Miss J. wears a topknot and tells the girls that if they think today is just another day at the park they are hiiiiiighly mistaken! I mean, at least he tries to sell it. Oh, and good lord, he has some serious Joan Crawford eyebrows going on. I vote for a photo shoot where Miss J. beats the shit out of the girls with wire hangers. Jay Manuel isn't there for some reason, and Nigel has taken his place. He says that the fashion industry loves to go to extremes, and editorials and ad campaigns follow suit. It's the job of a model to deliver what a client wants, and sometimes even more. Sorry, Kendal, but hand jobs happen.
For today's photo shoot, each of the girls will ride the Silver Bullet, which is a terrifying loopy roller coaster where your feet dangle. The worst kind! A mounted camera will snap a photo of the girls on the ride. You know, the cameras that are always there so some toothless carnie working on commission can try to sell you a poor-quality, overpriced photo of you with your cheek skin rippling to the back of your head. Pretty! Apparently the show has spent its entire budget getting Matthew Ralston for this episode, and so had to resort to such shenanigans. Nigel and J. will cue each girl with an emotion that they'll have to embody, and they'll wear a small hearing device so they can be directed while on the ride. The winner will be featured in a photo shoot shot by Tyra, and featured in Tyra's online magazine, also called a magaline. That particular catchphrase really didn't take off like "smizing" did.