When we return, Jael interviews that if Renee wants to be a bitch, that's fine with her, but she can't then expect everyone to be all friendly with her. That is really the first rule of responsible bitchery.
The girls meet up with Jay Manuel, who says that, for their shoot this week, they're taking a page out of Tyra's Beauty Book. There is a spread featuring a lot of small shots of Tyra, each showing a different aspect of her personality. Thus, each girl will have to show four different sides of her personality, and will also get to direct her own hair and makeup. Jael is excited about this, which makes me scared. The photographer for the day is Kareem [Abdul Ja] Black who, unlike his namesake, seems very tiny.
Jay then points to a television monitor, and says that there is a message from Benny Medina regarding the challenge. Benny says that, after today's shoot, the winner will go out on a real job -- a national campaign for Keds that will run in Seventeen. People besides my mom still wear Keds? Who knew? And the winner is...Wholahay! Yay! Dionne starts crying. She tells us how happy she is. I'm happy too! She gets to pick two friends, and chooses Whitney and Jaslene. They do seem like two of the more fun and reasonable girls remaining. Good choice, Wholahay. The girls get fifteen minutes to come up with the four sides of their personality. I wonder who will lay claim to "Dumm," "Stoopid," "Not That Smartt," and "Huh?'"
There is hair and makeup. Renee scarily interviews that she's not worried about the photo shoot one bit. Sometimes she's so intense that she really freaks me out, man. Sarah, however, is worried, and says that she wants this so bad that she's psyching herself out.