We then have McKey. Why is she so creepy all the time? Her face looks great, but she just always seems so odd. She has some blocking problems at first, then jumbles her lines. Jay says that McKey is clueless, and clueless does not make a Cover Girl. Next we have Analeigh, who starts her commercial by applying some eye shadow. I almost believe her when she says life's a blast! Hey, I want to have purple eyeshadow too! Jay tells Analeigh that he really feels like she's talking to him and is engaged. He probably is the target audience for this particular product. Jay tells us that Analeigh was great, and that when she speaks she becomes way more beautiful. Meanwhile, Joslyn does some quality hurling backstage. I wish showing puking on TV was illegal. Sheena wonders if Joslyn will be okay and able to do the shoot.
Next up is Marjorie. Jay notes to the Cover Girl rep that she always lets her nerves get in the way. This shoot is no exception. Marjorie looks like she's about to cry the whole time she's filming her first take. And then she does cry when Jay talks to her. Jay is nicer than Marjorie's parents, and does not tell her to shut up. He should, though. He does, to his credit, say that they coddle her to calm her down, but the judges are only going to get pickier and pickier as the competition nears its end. They can only hold her up for so long. Marjorie does her subsequent takes, which are much better.
Sheena is next. She knows she's got it. She was feeling what she was saying, she tells us, and she really believed in the product to boot! She is really engaging if still mildly hooch. Frank tells us that every motion had a fluid point to it, and there were no moments where she was stopping or looking at her feet or falling down the stairs. Finally, there's Joslyn. Jay tells her that they're going to do it as quickly as possible, and that if she feels sick she should tell him and take a break. It won't count against her, unless she hurls on the Cover Girl rep. Joslyn assures us that even though she was very sick, she had no intention of giving up. Her first take is super stagey and overexpressive. Jay asks if they served ham and cheese between takes. I hope not, because ham and cheese hurl is the worst kind, after oatmeal hurl. She does another take, and Jay mouths that she way overdid it. Jay says that Joslyn's sickness read in her eyes. Her first couple of takes were a bit much, and the last take was flat. It's sad times for Joslyn. No amount of turquoise eye shadow can help her now.