For the fourth week in a row, Eva has been voted Cover Girl of the Week. If you discount the 85\% of the masses who still vote for Toccara, that is.
Hair and makeup. Hey, there's Danilo! Hi, buddy. Ann voices over that she feels like everyone thinks she takes awful pictures. Well, Ann the Man, according to your own logic, that's not mean at all, because it's factual. She says that when she first got to the shoot, Jay said to her offhandedly, "You're lucky you got a picture last week," which Ann took to mean that she doesn't deserve to be there. Which is exactly what he meant, and also true. She says that she was hurt by it. Oh, sensitive Ann, who hasn't previously and certainly will not in this episode exhibit any hurtful behavior towards others. Jerk.
The girls continue the trend of having crazy-ass hair and makeup to hide their outwardly un-model-like appearances. Eva asks Mathu the makeup artist whether the shoot will take place there. No one will answer. Ann says that if it's in the fast lane, it'll be on the street. Mathu says that it could be in a supermarket. And I would totally give this episode an A+ if it were a crossover with Supermarket Sweep. Oh, come on, like you wouldn't love to see Yaya chuck five thirty-pound hams into a grocery cart. The girls walk outside and see a Winnebago. Ann says, "Road Rules," and it suddenly occurs to me that if there was ever a reality show made for Ann, it is Road Rules. And I think we can all predict the trajectory of the Ann/Coral relationship on the Challenge. Danilo tells them that the RV is for hair and makeup, which obviously means that they're going somewhere.
The girls pull up to a busy Tokyo street, where they see The Dowager Jay Manuel and Miss J. Alexander, who for some reason have their nicknames captioned. Dude, if you're only just tuning into this show, I say save yourself some effort and go find a date on Planet Out or something. The Dowager Jay looks asinine, per usual. He tells the girls that they are dressed up as Harajuku Japanime girls. The girls have crazy colored wigs on. Well, all except for Amanda, who has her "regular" hair. Jay tells them that this is how the Harajuku girls really dress, except that they are constantly following Gwen Stefani around. And by the way, Gwen Stefani...please stop. You're getting embarrassing.