The girls then talk to Janice, who appears to be moderately less drunk than at her last visit. She also appears to be on a diet of Doozer Sticks. Janice says she's there to tell them about the dark side of modeling. Okay, I take back what I said earlier, because Janice looks fucking terrifying up close. She tells them that a big zero no-no is "ALCOHOL," which she describes as her big thing. Along with the coke and the painkillers and the glue sticks. She regales them with the story of the first show she booked for Valentino. She claims that she had two glasses of champagne before walking the runway, and ended up in the laps of Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. Okay, first of all: two glasses of champagne? Two glasses of champagne wouldn't have had an effect on Janice, even when she was a fetus. I sense some Tyra coaching here. She was probably all, "We want it dark, but wholesome. Maybe say you had one and a half...oh, okay, two glasses! Two glasses! Gosh, that's wild!" I think it's probably more like "two kilos of coke, some Quaaludes, and a case of champagne to alleviate the accompanying dry mouth."
Janice says that the girls can ask her any questions they want. How about, "What is up with your face right now?" Nnenna asks how difficult it was for Janice to maintain her relationships and family, while still keeping her career going. Janice says that she has an eleven-year-old daughter and an eighteen-year-old son, and is always guilty about having her children not with her while she's working. This hits home for Nnenna, who wonders whether she can have both family and career in the future. Well, maybe, but if she starts wearing slacks, she'll really be crossing a line! Janice leaves them by saying, "Beware. Take care. See ya!" Nnenna interviews that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and that if she throws it away because of John, she won't get it back.
It is then time for yet another photo shoot. The girls go to a studio, where, one by one, they meet Tyra outside. Jadetrude Stein is first. Tyra reiterates that there is an ugly side of modeling, and boy does that hit home when we are watching this show. Tyra says that she's shed a lot of tears in this industry, so today she is going to direct them in a shoot where they're crying. Tyra has a tool called a tear stick, which apparently has some sort of menthol mixture in it and will help the girls to cry. Sutan, the makeup artist, rubs the stick under Jade's eyes, and photographer Jim De Yonker prepares to shoot as Jade's tears begin to flow.