And now, Toccara. Nolé says that she's a powerful individual, but that her picture this week lacks passion. Nigel says that one half of her photo is a little weak. Janice says, "If the body could just slim down 150 pounds, that would be good!" Tyra says that Toccara would then weigh 30 pounds, which seems okay with Janice. FMB says that it's ludicrous to think that Toccara would ever be America's Next Top Model. Janice, of course, agrees. Tyra gets heated and says that people said the same thing about Kate Moss, because she was so short. The judges think that Cassie has a beautiful face, but lacks passion. And, eating disorder. How did they forget about that? Nigel says that Cassie's out. Janice snottily says, "Cassie over Toccara?" FMB says that Cassie has much more potential to be a successful model. Nigel says that Cassie's look is common enough, but that Toccara has something about her, and Janice interrupts to shout, "Yeah, a lot of flesh!" I feel like a traitor saying this, but I am not loving Janice this week. And (small voice) I am kind of feeling Tyra. I know, I know. The world is upside-down right now. I kind of fear that the end is nigh. Tyra says that Janice could have voted Toccara out the first week, but didn't, and why waste Toccara's time if Janice is so strongly against her? There is a flashback to a mood-enhanced Janice saying that Toccara is the first plus-sized girl to really have a shot at making it. Tyra says that it's fine for Janice to have a stance, but, if so, she should stick with it. Oh, come on, Tyra. You know Janice was just drunk that one week when she said nice things! Tyra says that she sees a lot of discrimination. Janice throws her head down and says, "I give up."
The following girls are still in the running: Eva, Ann, Yaya, Norelle, Amanda, Nicole. Will Toccara and Cassie please step forward? One of you seems to have such joy, and such a vivacious and contagious personality. The other doesn't seem like she wants to be there at all. A lot of the judges really believe in one of you, and think that, even though you might not want to be here, you have a shot at being a successful model. A lot of the judges think that the industry has no place for the other, and that the industry is not going to change. The judging was very difficult, but in the end, it's Cassie who is sent home. Cassie says that she had a feeling that it would be her because she's been unhappy there. She says that she doesn't want to live in New York City, and doesn't think that she has what it takes to be a top model. And don't forget her uncle with the fatal sinus infection! She wants to be with her boyfriend and her mom, and doesn't want to live with a group of girls again. So this whole experience was more awful than stripping your way through college? Well then, happy lapdancing to you, little Cassie.