Jennifer and Erin go first to designer Rozae Nichols. Erin tells us that she was nervous, since she's not that good with new people. Or old people. Just people, really. Rozae thinks that Erin needs to work on her confidence, but adds that she'd be perfect for a look book. Jennifer tells Rozae that she likes drama, and to bring out emotions in her photos. What Jennifer brings out in Rozae is mild distaste, as Rozae tells us that Jennifer is a very pretty girl, but her beauty is betrayed by too much makeup. Rozae would not book Jennifer. Sundai and Rae head into Neil Lane, and Sundai gives a big gasp when she learns that she's wearing about a half-million dollars worth of jewelry. She's not as comfortable with jewelry as Neil Lane would like, and he wouldn't book her. Basically, he can smell the foster home on her. Neil also isn't sure about Rae, and says that he doesn't know if she could carry off his jewelry on the runway.
With two hours and forty-five minutes left, Laura and Nicole head to Wongdoody, an ad agency. Tracy Wong (where's the doody?), the Chairman of Wongdoody -- and seriously, Wongdoody? -- tells her that today they'll be casting a promo for an on-air TV show. Copywriter Gerard Seifert asks Nicole to read as naturally as she can. Nicole wears hot nerd glasses and reads the promo, and Tracy, Gerard, and the miscellaneous woman who's with them all agree that she has a great look and they like her. Gerard says that she could probably book TV. Then there's Laura. Gerard asks her if she can do any accents aside from Southern, and Laura chirps, "I can do hoodrat." Yes, you heard her right. Laura can do hoodrat. Even if she's drunk, this is wrong. She goes for it, and sounds vaguely Filipino. She has a lot of hood-like gesticulations, though, since hoodrats are so known for their flailing arms. Gerard simply says, "That was... an accent." Not looking good.
Meanwhile, Rae is a total grandma driver. Sundai interviews that this is L.A. People are going to be rude to you, so there's no need to be nice. I actually love this philosophy and think I will try to live by it in all ways. Thank you, Sundai! Meanwhile, Brittany and Kara make it to Wongdoody. Brittany does a terrible British accent, and Gerard says that she was robotic and cold -- the exact same qualities that the others accuse Nicole of having! The folks at Wongdoody can see peoples' inner essences through the magic of accent reading. The random woman at Wongdoody, who we finally learn is Skyler Mattson, Director of Client Partnerships, tells us that Kara was not well put together, and in fact had greasy hair. That is gross, but unsurprising.