Diana really likes her blonde hair, and says that she thinks she'll stay with it for a long time.
Meanwhile, Jael is having some hard times. She says that they took eight hours to do her hair, and that it hurt like hell. Cassandra interviews that she felt sorry for Jael and Brittany, because she knows that getting all the little pre-weave braids is painful. And to add to the sympathy, Jay comes over to Jael and says that he just had a call with Tyra. While the work that was done to the other girls' hair has elevated them to another level, they fear that what they've done to Jael's hair is bringing her down. They don't want a bad makeover to hurt her chances, so they're going to take out the whole thing and give her the old standby Mia Farrow cut. Jael starts to cry. Sarah says that she felt so bad for Jael, because she had to sit there for eight hours and endure lots of pain, and that it was all for naught. As Jael sheds more tears, we head to commercials.
When we return, you can tell that everyone feels kind of sorry for Jael. Okay, except maybe Renee, who was probably rubbing her hands in glee and cackling, "Mwah ha ha!" and twisting her handlebar moustache. Jael tells us that as they were chopping off all her hair, she felt kind of traumatized. Miss J. helpfully tells her that, now that she doesn't have any hair on her head, she's going to have to work extra-hard. Jay tells Jael that she looks so much better, and that her face looks amazing. Well, he has to say that. He was the one who effed things up in the first place. He says that he understands the tears for a minute, but that she has to decide if she wants to own it. She says that she does. Jael interviews that she can rock any hair, because she's a rocker. And really, her hair was pretty short to begin with. I think it's the whole "eight hours in the chair" thing that did her in.
When the girls arrive home, there is Tyra Mail. Natasha -- who now looks kind of like Natasha of Boris and Natasha -- reads it: "For those of you who didn't make the cut, you have one more chance to make it up to me. Love, Tyra." Renee tells us that she thought it was going to be a makeup challenge. Way to use the context clues of the words "make" and "up" being in the Tyra Mail.
Meanwhile, Brittany is having some issues with the old weave-a-rone. She says that it itches, and then confessionalizes that she doesn't want to complain, but that it just hurts. Diana interviews that Brittany wants sympathy from others, and that she's so sick of it already. And...yeah, this is pretty much the wrong crowd to go to if you want sympathy. Some of the girls talk about Brittany's constant crying, and Whitney interviews that she wants to smack her and give her something to cry about. Heh. I love Whitney. Whitney then confronts Brittany and tells her that people cry about major stuff, like when someone they know gets shot, but that crying about your ratty weave is unacceptable. Whitney interviews that she told Brittany how it was, slapped her up, gave her the deuces, and walked away. The other girls kind of laugh as it happens, and Brittany seems to take it without too much comment. She's about to eat a nice, juicy steak, though, so maybe the promise of extra iron and A1 Sauce has helped to relieve the weave pain.