McKey is up first, and Jay tells her that she looks like a monster. He means it in a complimentary way, though. McKey reiterates that she needs to get the number one picture, in part because she's never been called first. She poses on the ship and manages not to fall overboard. Jay comments that she looks editorial, and is breaking out of her shell more and more week after week. He tells McKey that it's the most excited he's been on a shoot because she got creative and can, in fact, teach the rest of the girls a lesson. McKey is pleased. Sam is up next. Jay wants her to look editorial, and Sam says that she has been studying magazines. She also has the 25 extra frames from her scavenger-hunt victory, which she's very excited about. As Sam starts posing, Jay tells her that she looks crazy -- crazy bad, that is. He interviews that Sam is the girl that you love, but the girl that you don't necessarily love to shoot. Andy asks for some sparkle, and Sam manages to pull it together towards the end and become a model.
Sheena is up next, and reminds us that she has to work on not being too sexy or too hoochie. However, once she's on set, Andy has to tell her to loosen up a bit. Sheena thus does a high kick in the air, and Jay tells her that it looks a little too can-can. Oh, and then? Sheena straddles a beam. It doubtless is hitting her Hoitink in all the right places, but is also frightening Jay. He finds it interesting that she always gravitates toward the lewdest pose she can think of. He adds that straddling a beam is not exactly the most ladylike behavior. For her part, Sheena interviews that she's used to "that kind" of modeling. The kind where you have a 900 number printed underneath your décolletage? She has not been taught high fashion poses, but argues that she can be editorial. "Get that hoochie out the door, it don't exist here!" she says. Sadly for her, that hoochie is like God and It exists everywhere.
Elina is next, celebrating her 25 extra frames. She tells us that she was very focused and into what she was doing, because there's no room for mistakes. Jay calls up to Elina to ask her to put a slight bend in her arm. When he gets no response, he realizes that Elina is not listening to him. Well, you can't blame her for that, can you? Nonetheless, Jay is kind of offended. Eventually Elina breaks her concentration and realizes that he's talking to her. She bends her elbow like he suggests, and he thinks it's pretty. Elina shares the story of how she ignored Jay with the other girls, who could honestly give a rat about whatever she says. McKey interviews that she has a view that some people are beautiful from the inside out. Well that's a very innovative and controversial theory! McKey is an original thinker if ever there was one. She also has a theory that Elina is ugly from the inside out. Subtle. She and Sheena discuss this with Elina apparently only a few feet away. But as we've just seen, Elina doesn't pay attention when others are talking, so I think they're safe.