Then the girls launch into how terribly Dominque eats -- she's even worse than Whitney, apparently, and chows on candy all the time. AND she takes other peoples' food. Whitney wants Dominique to eat her own damn food. I am so glad I don't have roommates anymore. Whitney interviews that she sometimes wakes up in the night and hears Dominique stuffing her face at 2:00 a.m. But she eats, like, M&Ms. She hasn't figured out Toccara's genius strategy of keeping a rotisserie chicken by her bed. We cut to Dominique in bed, feeling gleeful about eating candy corn but admitting that she really would like a Snickers. Do I smell an endorsement? Dominique doesn't give a rat's ass if anyone likes her. Good thing, huh? She also considers herself the most improved. Some flashbacks to panel confirm her claim.
Fatima, meanwhile, tells us that she came to the competition with a mission, and that mission is to win. She's not going to give up until she wins. Anya notes that they have two more challenges left, and Fatima says that she has to win. Hmm, I'm sensing a theme having to do with "winning." Meanwhile, Anya is feeling really confident and pleased with herself for winning so many challenges. She can do this, she says, adding that you really need to have confidence that you can be America's Next Top Handlebar-Mustachioed Model.
The next morning, there is Tyra Mail. "Take a picture. You might last longer. Love, Tyra." The girls are befuddled, as per usual. Dominique says she has a headache, and Fatima glares at her. Soon enough, the girls arrive at a lovely park populated with slow-motion birds. Italy has everything! They head to a terrace, where they see a photographer taking pictures of Paulina. Anya talks up how natural and magnetic Paulina is. She also always looks like she walked right out of 1986. Paulina introduces the girls to photographer Francesco Licata. Francesco says something kind of hard to understand -- so hard to understand, in fact, that the captioning department doesn't even try. But the gist is that he's going to teach the girls some photography basics. Paulina says that to know what things look like behind the camera is very useful when you're in front of the camera. And as we all know, there's nothing more heroic than a model taking a turn behind the lens and then treating herself to a full plate of baby back ribs at Chili's.