After a break, Yvonne calls her friend Brandon for some moral support and we get to revisit her bootylicious -- or as she sees it, bootysgusting -- photo from last week. Yvonne tells us that she had a lot of insecurity growing up, particularly around her weight. Now, however, her focus is not the fact that she's plus-sized. Nor is it her donkey booty. Well, then, start doing something good with your face!
The models next head to Universal Studios, where they walk onto the postapocalyptic set of War of the Worlds. Johnny awaits them, along with photographer Ricky Middlesworth, and tells them that today they'll be working their bad sides as zombies. There is dark makeup and scary contact lenses and painted on flesh wounds. And then we get this from Victoria: "I have worn some prosthetics for some independent film work, but nothing this major." I mean, of course. Victoria notes that looking down at your own apparently decaying body is a little alarming, but worth it if it means someone on the Internets might make a complimentary video about you.
Speaking of Victoria, she's up first. She looks oddly vacant, but not in an effectively zombiefied way. Johnny tells us that she stayed with one thing, and needs to bring diversity to the shoot and keep moving. Next up is Nastasia, who has some Bride of Frankenstein meets a bonfire hair. Johnny and Ricky think that she's a little too pose-y, and remind her to stay tall. One of Nastasia's struggles, according to Johnny, is that she does photograph short, even though she's ostensibly tall enough to be a model. Laura is up next, and even though she's from a small town with only one traffic light, it turns out that it's a small town overrun by zombies and so she does a really great job. Then there's Allyssa. Johnny tells us that she's beautiful and owns her curves, but can't seem to break out of the sexy Brazilian mode, even as a zombie. Hey, zombies have needs too! Basically, instead of looking like she wants to eat your brains, Allyssa looks like she wants to fuck your brains out. Only in this context is that a problem.
Bryanboy is on set to regale the girls with stories about how fans love him, and then it's time for Kristin to shoot. She walks up to Johnny and quite confusingly says that she can't show any emotion on the set. She'll have to show it through her eyes, she adds, since she can't smile and pretend to laugh at Johnny's lame jokes. That was one of the worst attempts at banter I've ever seen. Johnny tells us that Kristin needs to cool it with the bitchy attitude. He doesn't know if it's her shtick or not, but either way he's not into it. Kristin does her boringly pretty thing, and Johnny actually growls in an attempt to get her to growl in turn and show some ferocity. She remains silent and vacant. She tells Johnny that what she thinks is working in terms of being more than just pretty is obviously failing, and it's frustrating. He suggests that she switch things up and give the judges something unexpected. Backstage she continues to whine about it. Kiara once again addresses us to say that Kristin may look like an all-American sweetheart, but she is NOT SWEET. Rather, she is a spoiled brat who does not deserve to be there. I love how Kiara goes directly to the people!