Dionne is next. She says that having Tyra as a photographer and director made her more comfortable than she usually is. Tyra has Dionne sit in the sand, then notes how she always hated when a photographer would make her do that. How nice that Tyra has thirteen naifs every season upon whom to work out all her past issues. Tyra gives Dionne a lot of direction and tells her that she tends to get a little mean in the eyebrows, which isn't good, given that her face is already so strong. And, generally, having a model scowl at you isn't going to make you want to buy perfume or underwear or whatever it is. Tyra tells us that it seemed like Dionne's concentration was off, and that she needed a lot of direction, which was frustrating. She thinks that Dionne is going to have a nice shot, but not an amazing shot.
Then we have Jaslene. Tyra says that she was a little disappointed with Jaslene. She wanted to feel a vibe or connection with her, but felt nothing. She tells Jaslene and the male model that they're not working together, and so they get a little closer. Jaslene interviews that she wondered how she could do it standing next to this male model, and that she had had to tell herself to let it go and not to be so tense. Why does she hate this guy so much? Maybe it's because his name is "Tamati," and she says, "Tomatey." Things seem to get better, and Tyra tells Jaslene that it got magical toward the end. They hug, and we get a full-on shot of Jaslene's tiny little butt. It is cute in accordance with the rule of miniatures.
Renee is next and has to kneel down in the water. She tells us that it was really cold. Renee has a big-ass tattoo on her lower back. She puts her arms up in the air like she just don't care, and Tyra loves it. She tells Renee that she's understanding the exercise, and then tells us that Renee has a natural "thing." It's called being attractive. Renee tells us that she had no idea how she looked in the freezing water, but Tyra seemed to like it, so that's what counts. And why wouldn't you value the opinion of a woman who, while serving in the role of a professional photographer, gets her pants wet in the ocean and then baby-voices, "I made a pee-pee. I made a pee-pee mommy"? I bet Annie Leibovitz does that all the time.