Finally there is Teyona. Jay tells us that when Teyona walks on set she looks good but isn't the most inspiring model. Energy-wise it's just not there. Aminat, however, has the energy. But she sucks. So. Tyra asks Teyona to wrap her legs around a tree, and Teyona does. She interviews that when she gets on set she gets in a zone and just focuses. She's very confident in herself, and just wants to make sure that her game is where it needs to be. It's starting to get dark in the jungle, so Teyona takes off a feathery layer. Tyra almost slips into a crevasse while shooting Teyona, but sadly someone saves her. This was our chance, world! Sigh. Tyra interviews that a lot of things were working against this shoot -- they were losing the light, the wardrobe wasn't working, the nest was in an awkward position, and there was a lot of makeup. Tyra and Jay thought it was going to be a disaster. But lo! It was not. As a model in awkward situations, says Tyra, you have to have an "outer body" experience. She enunciates those words very clearly, for which we can give thanks. Teyona knew how to disconnect from her body, but stay present. Jay gives her kudos for working a very difficult set. And with that, in the dark, it's a wrap!
Back at home there is Tyra Mail. Someone is getting the boot of Brazilian leather. Allison interviews that her shoot went as good as she could have hoped, but she's still a bit anxious about panel, and also excited. Aminat interviews that she also feels good about her performance, and is certain that it will be rewarded. Teyona says that her call for the final three includes herself, Allison and a mystery third. She's just not sure if it will be Celia or Aminat, since each of them has had good weeks and bad weeks. Celia is feeling pretty good about her shoot, but notes that with only four people left anyone could go. On that ominous note, we head to commercials.