Jay notes that the girls are whiny jerks during a normal shoot, complaining about numb feet and the like, and being on a wire is ten times harder. Their photo shoot will be divided into two parts: half on the ground, and half suspended in the air by the harness. They'll then composite three poses (1.5 poses for each half of the shoot) into one fluid action sequence. The best thing about this spiel is that it's totally voiced over by Jay, and plays over footage of his back where he's obviously saying something completely different. The girls will get a chance to train on the harness, and Jay tells them to use that time to find their core strength and dynamic poses, because that's what they should bring to set. The girls head to hair and makeup, where they meet hair and makeup artist Frank Wirnsberger and wardrobe assistant Peter Osegueda. Jennifer tells us that they'll be dressed like warrior princesses in Japanese-inspired outfits. Laura tells us how uncomfortable the harness is which, she notes, is definitely a negative. She says it in her adorably drunk way, which makes definite negatives seem not all that bad after all.
Nicole is up first, and gets to choose her weapon. Jay notes that all of the weapons have different levels of difficulty. Do you get points for difficulty, like an Olympic gymnast? Because if not, I think you should go with something easy. So does Nicole, and she takes a simple sword. She tells us that she thought she'd have a better variety of poses available with one hand free. Martial arts instructor Deborah Chen teaches Nicole some sword moves. Nicole then goes up on the wires, and interviews that the harness was horrible. She says that her skin was oozing out of the sides. As she has no fat, this is probably the case. The harness is also giving her crotch-burn, which is to be expected. Now she'll have a firecrotch to compete with the best of them. As she lays flat in the air, Deborah tells Nicole that she might feel uncomfortable, but she looks bitchin'. That's totally radical, dude. Once Nicole has had enough practice, Jay introduces her to photographer Patricia Von Ah. That is the most bitchin' last name ever. Von Ah! Nicole does her shot on the ground first, and gets into character. She looks awesome. Once she's airbound she continues to do a great job. Jay tells us that she's at the top of her game this week, and that she makes you believe that she's both a martial artist and a dynamic model. Suck on that, haters: part deux.