Next, Jenah is cardboard. She looks really great in her retro cardboard ensemble. Jay tells us that Jenah consistently listens to the advice she's given, and that's what you expect from a working model. Bianca is "oil," and poses in front of a wall with empty motor oil bottles on it. I'm sure the contents of said bottles were used to water the bushes outside of the studio. Waste not want not -- wrong! Jay is impressed that Bianca has suddenly learned how to smile with her eyes, and notes that it's Tyra's favorite trick to teach the girls. Oh, we know. Bianca has been practicing a lot, and is glad to know that her hard work has been acknowledged. Lisa is plastic bottles, and Jay loves the way she uses her limbs. Ambreal is next up as newspaper, and she tells us that she was nervous and praying that she got some wonderful pictures. The only reason God's interested in her right now is because he's trying to read Calvin & Hobbes. Ambreal wants to prove that she deserves to be there. Jay tells her that she looks inexperienced, as opposed to when she walked into the competition looking experienced. He tells her not to force it, and asks an assistant when Ambreal forgot how to model. Jay interviews that she had one of the easiest outfits to work, and one of the most dynamic sets, but her shoot was boring and uninspiring. He tells Ambreal that she's second-guessing herself and on a slippery downward slop of suck. She has an innate sensibility, he says, so he expects more from her. A teary Ambreal tells us that it's heartbreaking, because she really wants to model, and doesn't want to go home. Unlike a certain ingrate we'll see more of momentarily. Commercials.
When we return, there is Tyra Mail. Someone's going home. Heather, who is actually starting to look more and more like the slightly cross-eyed Dixie Chick, tells us that she has no idea who's going home, and also that she hates eliminations. Because she's nice! We get it! Ambreal is worried about whether she got a good shot. She says that she can be America's Next Top Model, because she has it in her heart. I would think having it in her face was more important, but what do I know. She prays that she can stay there and prove herself. The Lord probably is getting to the point, like a parent with a whiny child who keeps asking for the same thing over and over, where he's like, "God! Okay, as long as you shut up for a minute and let me finish my crossword." Ebony, meanwhile, is praying that Tyra sends her home. She says she just can't handle the criticism at panel and doesn't think it's fair. High-fashion ass-whoopings never are.