Jenascia turns to them in profile to show them her futuristic look, but even in their cooing I'll bet you they think she's too short.
Camille is doing futuristic, but Janice terms it "LSD makeup." No comment, people, when she does it for us herself. Her face is a mess of random symbols and body art, like she's just come from the face-painting booth at a Marilyn Manson County Fair and we've stopped her on her way to the Dead Animal Petting Zoo. The picture doesn't work for them, and Jay says Camille lacked all "intensity." When will the rest of them pipe down for a minute and let that little boy talk?
Janice does not like April's futuristic makeup, but they all love her picture. Jay jams the pointy edge of a film canister in Heather's eye by announcing that he had "so many shots it was very hard to choose" with April's shoot, and Tyra piles on, "That's what I'm talking about." Except that he's speaking English, dear.
Xiomara looks "like a mime act," according to Nigel, and the picture doesn't work for anyone. And then, this is a problem: "I didn't really have much direction...because he was comforting Catie." No one likes a complainer, so they all tell her that it was her responsibility to call Jay back, which is kind of a gray area, if you ask me. Tyra predicts that Catie's shots are going to be much better, "because Catie was thinking about herself and you were thinking about Catie." And sure enough, Catie steps out just then and waves a finger in the face of the jury, saying, "He never said a word to me. He was directing Xiomara." Janice leaps in and screams, "Boarding school!" Catie's picture comes up and is deemed "fabulous" by all of the panel members, and as the girls leave so that the judges can deliberate, Janice huffs, "Oh, my god. Drama!" like the fabulous drag queen he is. Isn't it funny that I used to think she was a woman back in the first few episodes of this show?
A special shot to the waiting area shows Catie crying and fainting, and Xiomara brilliantly advises, "Pick a character. Either you're this scared crapless girl or you are this attitude-having diva. But don't try to be both." Xiomara rages that Catie sold her out and that she's sure she's going home today. And she would have, if Tyra's vast alien powers hadn't reached through the time-space continuum to create a girl everyone vaguely remembers having been there the whole time.