The girls get made up. Noelle says that she's half-black, so she's excited about being transformed into a proud African woman. Jay tells the girls that there is a third twist, which is that they'll be posing with three-year-old children of the ethnicities that they'll represent. Noelle loves kids, but being with them is reminding her of the son she left behind, so she's sad. The kids are totally cute, as kids can be, until they start crying or throwing up or whatever they do. Rebecca interviews that she feels really bad for Michelle: "Splotches of her face [are] just peeling off. I know that must be really hard." Uh, yeah. However, Rebecca questions whether Michelle should have such close contact with a little one. Michelle has the same concern, and notes that the other girls reacted and said that she should get it checked out. Which, she should. Mathu the Makeup Artist takes a look at her and says that he must consult someone before working on her. Some other random guy asks if anyone in the house knows voodoo, and whether Michelle has seen any chicken bones lying around. Heh. Danilo -- wearing crazy sunglasses that would put Erik Estrada to shame -- tells Jay that she's bleeding at the top of her head now. Ew. Mathu then says that it could be leprosy. Yes, leprosy. Or maybe she has the clap, or perchance the bubonic plague. Perhaps bleeding her with leeches will clear it up. Jay says that it looks like it might be stress-related, but that he's not a doctor, thank God. So they finally -- FINALLY -- ship Michelle off to the doctor. Michelle interviews that she was nervous about leaving the photo shoot.
Keenyah is first and looks gorgeous while holding her adorable but heavy three-year-old boy, who keeps sliding down her side and occasionally gnashing his teeth. She says that it was very difficult to work with an uncooperative kid. The photographer then high-fives said kid adorably. Naima introduces herself to her blonde counterpart. She interviews that her father is black, Mexican, and Indian, and that her mother is black and Irish, and that it is mind-blowing to be made up like a white woman. However, she says, "It just goes to show you're ultimately defined by who you are, not by this outside." Mathu says that Lluvy has expressive eyes. Lluvy interviews that she's just happy not to be a fish or an alien. She still looks weird, though. The photographer tells us that Lluvy let herself get distracted by the child. Tiffany meets her kid, Jerrick, and says that her baby's name is Chadrick. Rebecca interviews that Tiffany and Noelle may have an advantage in knowing how to hold a child, but that it's also difficult for them because they miss their kids. Noelle goes on some more about her kid and blah blah blah it's so very hard. She tells us that Austin, the kid she posed with, reminded her of Damien. I think Austin's about fifty times cuter, though.