When we return, Melrose is still freaking out. She cries that she couldn't even say the product name right. The hair guy tries to calm her down. Jay tells her that Melrose needs to learn how to let it go and how to stop self-evaluating. Jim DeYonker notes at the photo shoot that Melrose's lips are trembling, and she says that it's because she's nervous. Jim says that you could tell she was thinking too much, and was too technical. Melrose says that she knew this was an important shoot and that she had to perform. She's happy overall that she went, performed, and got the job done.
Next there's Caridee. Jim asks if she's okay with the beauty-shot concept, and she says that she loves the camera. She poses, and says that she's trying to look really blissful -- not sexy or towering. Just relaxed. I guess she's thinking about her Spanish loverboy. And that's all we get! Jeez, was that quick.
Then there's Eugena. Jim tells her that the shot is all about face and lips. Eugena interviews that she's going into this shoot making sure that her eyes aren't dead, because she's sick of Tyra Banks telling her that she has dead eyes. I think the world is tired of hearing Tyra Banks tell anyone that she has dead eyes. When her shoot's done, she gives Jim a kiss on the cheek, and he says that he's going to get in trouble with his wife. Oh, Jim! He's such a flirt.
So the only thing left to do is get some pick-up shots for the commercial. This involves the girls standing together and making use of the words "easy," "breezy," and "beautiful." They have to flounce around like they're best friends, which Eugena assures us they're not. Jay says that they were almost convincing enough to make people believe they like each other, and Caridee pretends to stab Eugena in the head. That would be one way to get down to the final two quickly.