The girls put on their green bodysuits. If I put that thing on all you would see walking across the TV screen would be armpits. Petro Zillia designs are put atop the green spandex. Joslyn likes her flowy purple dress, and thinks that the belt could be taken off to show that she learned something during her teach. Marjorie gets a colorful, tight tube dress. She says that it's a sexy dress, but she's a person who never feels sexy. Because, contrary to popular belief, Europeans never feel sexy. And speaking of not feeling sexy, Ann Shoket, editor-in-chief of Seventeen is there to help judge the challenge. She tells the girls that the winner of the challenge will be in a beautiful holiday fashion and accessories story in the December/January issue of Seventeen. The nightclub seems to be about half-full as the girls prepare to go on. James tells them not to fall off the stage. Ignore that terrible advice! Do a Liza for us! Elina, meanwhile, starts freaking out and is unable to breathe with the green bodysuit covering her face. What? Europeans have smaller nostrils than the rest of us! Sheena interviews that, panic attack or asphyxiation or whatever, Elina's going to have to work it somehow. As Elina says she doesn't think she can do it, we head to commercials.
When we return, Elina hears the music and starts dancing with James and starts to feel very good and very fun and forgets all about her panic attack. Aw, man, I was hoping for a spandex-covered freak out. James pushes Elina on stage, where she prances and makes use of her dress's big sleeve. McKey has a full skirt and wants to show how it moves. However, she pulled the dress as wide as it could go, and Ann says that's not what the dress is supposed to look like. Nony does not look amused by Ann. Marjorie tells us that the green bodysuit is very hot, and you can't see. In some ways this is helpful for Marjorie, because she can't see the audience. In other ways it is not helpful, as the top of her dress has settled around her waist and she has no idea. Nony just shakes her head. When Marjorie goes backstage and learns that her green bodysuited chesticles were on display, she feels embarrassed and humiliated. Now that is an emotion that transcends cultural differences. Analeigh works a pearl necklace, which Ann likes, and Samantha swirls and twirls and takes her jacket on and off like a fool. Nony is disgusted. Joslyn takes off her belt and shimmies it behind her shoulders. Ann grimaces. Sheena shakes and shakes in her ruffly dress, and I think Nony wants to stab a fork into her prosthetic forehead. If she did, I wonder what would come out.