Then it's time for Eugena. Miss J. yells, "Surprise, surprise, surprise!," and Twiggy notes that Eugena does have personality. Tyra asks where that girl has been throughout the competition, and Eugena says that she was just nervous. Tyra says that this is the most nervewracking thing they've had to do. As she says this, she gives a big old finger point to the screen, and you can see Miss J.'s hand doing the exact same thing simultaneously in the left of the screen. It's pretty awesome. Anyway, Eugena says that this is the easiest thing she's had to do. Nigel notes that Eugena has a bit of a sourpuss face when she's not smiling. Tyra asks Eugena if she wants to be a model. Oh, here we go. Eugena says that she does, and Miss J. says that it doesn't sound like she really does. She assures him that she does. And then there's Eugena's ad, which is totally amazing. Seriously, it's great. Twiggy says that Eugena's really saved her best for the eleventh hour. Miss J. says that this is scary, because it makes one wonder if she'll fall back and not move forward. Eugena says that's a long way to fall, but nobody on the panel appreciates her humor.
Then there's Caridee. If you ask me, she lays it on a bit thick, but Tyra likes how she models while she's doing it. This means that she actually moved her body. Every now and then, however, she frowned, which is no good. Nigel tells her to slow it down. Caridee's Cover Girl ad is...okay. She looks pretty mature. Like she should be wearing White Diamonds perfume. But Twiggy says that the shot is sophisticated and her skin looks beautiful and her lips look luscious. Twiggy has a girl crush! Miss J. likes her like this, more relaxed. Caridee says that she was trying to be relaxed, and not porno or sexy. Tyra says that Caridee's film was the best and that she blew them away with this picture. Nigel notes that she's really looking like a model in person these days, too.
And then, it is time for the judges do deliberate. But first, we get a recap of Dani(elle)'s exciting year of filming that one commercial with Queen Latifah. She repeats her once-charming line, "I'm a Cover Girl, Mommy!" Oh, remember how happy it was when she won last season? In other news, I am so excited to see Dreamgirls. Oh, anyway: deliberation. Eugena's photo is her strongest shot to date, and "sensational," according to Twiggy. However, Twiggy is also concerned about her personality, or lack thereof. Miss J. agrees. Caridee, on the other hand, does have a lot of personality, but you never know what you're going to get. Even one of the Italian designers thinks that she's crazy, and coming from a man who looks exactly like Gene Wilder, that's a strong statement. Nigel says that if she could pull the whole act together, she could do a good commercial, too. The photograph of Melrose isn't Twiggy's favorite, but she thinks that Melrose has done consistently well throughout the competition, and she loves Melrose's passion. Nigel says that Melrose is a perfectionist, but that she's a natural. Whereas Eugena has a natural talent, but not the drive. She does? Twiggy duly notes that Eugena's earlier pictures were terrible, and Nigel retorts that it's all changed in the last three. Twiggy admits that he has a point. The judges act for a few minutes like this is a hard decision and not a pre-ordained memo from Tyra, and then the girls return.