Jay calls the girls together and basically tells them to shove their whining in their collective skinny ass. He says that A.J. and Monique and any other whiners are being insulting to Frederic Fekkai, master stylist, and that they are not only insulting their guests, but also Tyra. He says that he's over it and is going home to sleep. Oh, come on! Slap someone before you go! And make it A.J., who sees fit to snicker at this moment. Commercials.
When we return, Megan is in a bikini and on the phone with her girlfriend. Yay, girlfriend! But boo first phone call home of the episode! As soon as I saw this, I was distressed. But no matter, because Megan looks kind of hot and porny. Megan's girlfriend says that she's always wanted Megan to have white-blonde hair, and that she's proud of her. Awww, lesbian love is the best! Megan tells her girlfriend that several of the girls were crying and complaining, and got bawled out.
Meanwhile, Jaeda is trying to do her hair and is complaining that it's tore up. It does kind of look like shit. A.J. says that she's angry. Oh, shut up and go...I don't know, do whatever emo kids do. Cut yourself, maybe? I am too old to understand or care about anything emo-related. Megg looks in the mirror and says that she loves her hair, and that it looks hot with every outfit. Okay, right then I liked her a little. I am not made of stone. Rock n' roll!
There is Tyra Mail! "True queens are natural beauties that don't need make-up to make it to the top...so don't wear any tomorrow. Got it!!!???" I will have you know that that "!!!???" is verbatim. I'm surprised they didn't dot the "I"s with little hearts. It's interesting to note that when Caridee reads this, she says, "...don't wear any today," though when they show the Tyra Mail on screen, it clearly says "tomorrow." Hmmm. It is also interesting to note that when Caridee gets to the ellipses, she actually says, "Dot dot dot." And that she has the reading comprehension skills of a fifth-grader.
The next day (or perhaps the same day), the girls go to a building with a giant elevator, where they meet Jay, who looks more like a gay Ken doll than ever in a patterned blazer with non-matching shirt. Jay say that yesterday was rough, what with all the making over and complaining, but that the girls have a chance to make it all up to him today by impressing him with their knowledge of makeup. Oh, I'm sure that's going to happen. He has the whole Cover Girl collection with him today, along with the Queen collection, developed by Queen Latifah for women of color. The girls get thirty seconds to grab the makeup that best suits them, and then they'll meet him in the elevator. They have to get off the elevator twice -- one floor has wardrobe, and one has shoes and accessories. With all of these stops, they will be putting together their own "new young queen" look. At the building's top floor, they'll meet with a Cover Girl executive and will have to sell the executive on their look. If a girl misses the elevator doors at any point, she is instantly disqualified. This has to be the stupidest challenge of all time.