Back at the house, there is Tyra Mail of Doom. Someone is going to get the big ole boot back to the continental U.S. Laura is making herself sick with the possibility of being sent home, and is frustrated that no one has had the decency to build her a time machine so she can go back two hours and get a better picture. Leila is not so confident either, but says that she's trying to keep calm and carry on. She doesn't want to be eliminated for a second time. The sudden Nastasia religious narrative continues as she tells us that she prays every night for God to help her become America's Next Top Model. If it doesn't happen she'll assume that it's not in God's plan, but also wish that God didn't have a plan that was so personally devastating. Kiara is the only one who feels pretty good going into panel, but says that this is like the fourth quarter in a basketball game -- it's not time for anyone to mess up. It's time to prove that you deserve to be there, and either win or go home. Kiara asks us to wish her luck. I don't think that's in God's plan, either.
With that, it's panel time! There are prizes, there are judges. Bryanboy has a new hairdo that makes him look exactly like a soccer mom going back to school for a master's degree in project management. The models are all wearing colored jeans and black tops, circa Flashdance. You know all about how the judging goes this year, with the scores and the social media. Leila is up first for critique, and is forced to tell the judges that she got a six on her challenge. It didn't feel like a six to her, but was a six nonetheless. Tyra says, "I heard it was kind of emotional for you," like being on the horse led Leila to discover her endometriosis or that she has been in foster care all along or something. Leila does admit that the horse spooked her, but she persevered and now has only the mildest of inner thigh bruises to commemorate her experience. In other news, I have to say that Leila is looking prettier than ever at this panel. Sometimes she looks so haggard and her hair is so bad, but this week everything is working.