After Tyra leaves, Keenyah heads back to the buffet. Kahlen interviews that Keenyah almost got eliminated because of her weight problem, and the girls joke that it would be bad if Tyra came back in and saw Keenyah chowing down on seconds. Kahlen interviews that Keenyah took the criticism of her fat self very hard, but hasn't really been making much improvement on her choices. Flab is not fab, Keenyah! Gratuitous shot of chicken bones. And then, Tyra Mail! "Step out on the Cape Town and be seen. Show 'em what you're working with." The girls try to puzzle it out.
Morning, and the girls head off in their blue van. They end up at an office where they meet Jackie Burger, the fashion director of Elle South Africa, who is lovely with a lovely accent. A picture of her husband Hamilton resides on her desk. We then are introduced to Paola DeVito, who is the CEO of the National Association of Model Agencies and is stern and kind of butch. Today, the models will be heading out on go-sees, which are opportunities to meet with clients. Jackie says that go-sees provide some of the most important interactions the girls will ever have in their careers. In contrast to the shoots with Jay Manuel, which are some of the least important interactions that they will ever have. Kahlen sports some bright blue eyeshadow. Paola says that they have ten clients lined up for the girls to see. They'll be judged on how many clients they visit, as well as on their personality, portfolio, look, and professionalism. These criteria are listed on a pink Post-It-like squares at the bottom of the screen for emphasis. The girls are given a list of the clients. Paola says that they can see all or none of the clients, but the one thing they must do is be back to the office by 4:30. In a bit of unrestrained foreshadowing, we cut to a shot of Naima. Each girl gets a taxi, which I think is unfair. I think that they should have to walk barefoot through the hot, burning desert if there is no subway system in a foreign language to confuse them. Christina says that the list of clients includes photographers, agents, and designers.