Anslee is next, and has flashbacks to the moment when Nigel called her out on her excuse-making at last week's panel. She asks Nigel to tell her something interesting about himself, and he replies that he likes to go on "adventures," hiking and camping and such. She asks, "Outdoors?" I imagine that all conversations between models are just this riveting. Anslee asks Nigel about his family, and then talks about her daughter some. Nigel tells us that Anslee was being herself, and being honest. This is a good thing. Jessica is next, and is determined to really bust out during this practice. She does this by being an absolute freak. She first tells Nigel that he's cute, and asks his name while maniacally moving her eyebrows up and down. She then feels the side of her body while telling him her name. And then she totally molests him, wrapping her leg around him like he's a human stripper pole. Nigel tells her that she's making him uncomfortable. And that's something coming from a perv like him. Jessica then says that they're going to do a nude shoot or something, and suggests taking their clothes off. "Let's start practicing!" she says. A real surprise that this one was pregnant at 16, eh? Jessica puts her hands all over Nigel's head, and then he actually recoils in fear as she tugs at his jeans! Miss J. can hardly contain himself as we head to commercials.
And then it's time for the Cover Girl Top Model Lounge with past faves Bianca and Laura dishing about what just happened! Laura mostly hopes that Jessica doesn't actually rape Nigel. That would certainly turn this into a "very special episode," and not in a good way.
When we return, the molestation continues. Nigel asks, "What was that? I don't know, I feel kind of assaulted." Jessica calls him "sweet cheeks" as their tram comes to a stop. Nigel hasn't even fully gained his composure as he meets with all the girls at the end of the practice. He tells them that, ultimately, they might go out and meet people who are celebrities and/or in big campaigns. They still have to break the ice. That said, the way they present themselves can lead them down "the garden path," which I guess is British for something good happening, or it could lead to trouble and a sexual harassment suit. He once again tells the girls to be themselves, which is, in this instance, terrible advice.