The girls stand in front of Lisa, who asks them all to step forward. Lucy, it should be noted, is about a head taller than the other two. Lisa says that Jenilee has come so far. She's listened, she's learned, and she has embraced every challenge. Edwina has had her ups and downs, but she kept her focus and delivered some great shots. That doesn't sound like that much praise. Lucy has drawn on the judges' criticism about expression, and her last shot blew them away. It did? They didn't make it sound like that at all! Even internationally, the judges are so cagey. Edwina gets called first. She's obviously very happy. And then Lucy gets called. Oh, poor Jenilee! Back to Mouseville, or Mouseshire, for her. She cries and packs and says that she does feel disappointed that she hasn't gone through to the final two, but that she knows she'll make it. She's going to carry on modeling because it's what she wants to do and what she believes in. Hey, for some people it's world peace and for some people it's saving the tigers and for some people it's having their naked, powdered arses seen by the world. Jenilee feels like she's found herself. She knows who she is, and that's who she wants to be for the rest of her life. Well, that's a lucky coincidence, I guess. Bye, Jenilee!
Edwina says that everybody was very sad when Jenilee got eliminated, but that it really hit home when she left the room and Lucy broke down. Edwina felt very sad for both Lucy and Jenilee, because they were friends. That's no way to be a bitch! Lucy interviews that it's her and Edwina in the final two, and in some ways, she's glad. She and Jenilee were friends, and each wanted the other to win. Now that it's Edwina, it can just be war. Woo! That's what I like to hear.
The girls get Lisa Mail at a restaurant. They get a day to explore Milan. Oh, that's nice! They do a little shopping and sightsee and generally unwind. They give a coin to a man playing the accordion. No, seriously. Lucy says that they're both getting along, and focusing on what they need to do to win the competition. At some point during the day, Edwina says, they got a chance to have their portraits done by "this amazing artist." It's one of those guys on the street who has, like, sketches of Audrey Hepburn and Elvis. They pose for the guy, and the finished product is pretty much as you'd expect, and looks nothing like either of them. It's like when you get your portrait sketched by that machine at the movie theater. Lucy says that Edwina looked terrible, and like a seven-year-old boy, and if that's what people think she looks like, then Lucy's going to assume the prize is safely in her hands. I love Lucy! Okay, I've been dying to say that all recap.