Previously on ANTM: Tyra's fabulous fourteen finalists moved into some fierce oceanfront property in Venice Beach. The girls had to walk on a runway suspended four flights in the air. The audience clearly couldn't see any of the actual Diane Von Furstenberg clothes, but hopefully at least got some good upskirt views. The girls sported bullying-related body paint at their photo shoot, and Terra's nerves landed her in the bottom two. However it was too-thin Anamaria who got her bony butt booted. Thirteen bitches remain!
The girls return to their oceanfront abode after panel and see Ann's best-of-week photo displayed digitally, along with the words "lovely," "aristocratic Amazon" and "gentleness." Ann is glowing with pride, and says that she feels special. Nobody paid attention to her at home, but now she's getting plenty of attention from the best of the best people. Well, the best of the best of the worst people, really. Ann is such a sweet sad-sack that no one can even be mad at her for feeling proud. It also helps that she's more gobsmacked than gloating. Lexie tells us that Ann is killing the competition right now, because her quirky, different look is exactly what the high fashion world wants. Lexie says that she's a competitive person, but for now is going to focus on herself and what she can do. What this has to do with modeling is anybody's guess.
Sara shows off pictures of her son, Kayden, who's 18 months old. She says that leaving him was really hard, because it seemed like he knew what was happening when she was packing her bags. Of course he did! Even my cat knows what's up when I get out the suitcase, which I think is why she insists on sitting in it and getting her hair all over everything I'm taking with me. There's nothing quite like having the appearance of a crazy cat lady at a work conference. Liz says that her daughter is with her every single day, and so she's worried that, being gone for two months, her daughter will consider herself abandoned. I mean, everybody needs something to talk about in therapy. It's fine. Liz says it'll be worth it. Welllllll.... We'll see about that. Sara tells us that she sucked ass in her photo shoot, and doesn't want to continue coming off like an average white girl. She wants to find and work her signature look. That look is "Claudia Schiffer," and she should just stick with it.
Meanwhile, Terra is still totally tweaked out. Being in the bottom two is the worst feeling ever, she says. Worse than having your legs blown off by a land mine? I mean, perspective, people. Terra doesn't want to be just a pretty face -- she wants to be the fierce face on Italian Vogue. She tells us that she's going to keep her promise that the previous panel was the last time Tyra will ever have to call her name last. This actually turns out to be true, albeit in a kind of tragic way.