Hawaiian Kahlen poses with the world's most beautiful child. I think that they should all be complaining about how the live kids are showing them up more than about the weight issue. Jay says that Kahlen struggled because her child was so heavy, and that you could see it in her face. Tiffany picks up Michelle's baby doll and complains that it is unfair. Mathu, who is making Michelle up, says, "Her face is falling off. Back off." I kind of love Mathu. Tiffany says, "Yeah, but you done put it back on and then some." Mathu says, "Well, maybe she's prettier than you. It's a theory." He then laughs, and Tiffany says, "I'm glad you laughed. Let's be realistic here." And it actually does seem to me that she's being kind of nasty here. ["But...she's not wrong. I don't even think Tiffany is that pretty, but Michelle is a troll and lives under a bridge." -- Wing Chun] ["I was making a joke to make myself laugh. Don't say nothin' to me. If I'd a shut up talking to you, don't say nothin' to me, 'cause I ain't said nothin' else to you, and you don't know me like that to be sitting up here gettin' an attitude over nothing." -- Potes] Michelle poses, and she is in some sort of a fur-lined evening gown. This is not your mother's Nanook of the North. Jay says that the doll is obviously lighter than an actual child, but that it is also non-responsive, which makes posing with it more difficult.
Back at the warehouse, one of Michelle's flesh-eaters reads the Tyra Mail. Tomorrow someone is being sent home. Lluvy says that if she's in the final two again, she'll freak out. Michelle is worried, and says that if she's eliminated because of the skin disorder, she'll be pissed off. She gives another frightening slow-motion look as we cut to commercial. And then, we get Eva's "My Life as a Cover Girl" from last week. I just knew she wasn't doing enough to last a whole season! Ha! But what poor Yoanna's doing couldn't even fill up a thirty-second segment, so I guess Eva has one up on her, at least.
We segue into judging with a Tyra shot in which each half of her face is made up as a different ethnicity. The right half is Martian, and the left is Venusian. She welcomes everyone to panel. Prizes. Judges. Janice looks extra-awesome, and after watching and recapping her E! True Hollywood Story, I can only hope that she will yell "Die, motherfucker" to one of the contestants (or Tyra) at some point this season. The guest judge is Jim Deyonker, producer of all of the girls' photo shoots. And, because I can't resist: Deyonker? I hardly even know 'er! They must have been really hard up for a guest judge this week. Predictably, this week's test has to do with makeup. Tyra says that sometimes you have to look good at a moment's notice, and sometimes you don't have the aid of a mirror. The girls have three minutes to apply a "full fierce night face" without brushes, applicators, or mirrors of any sort. Pandemonium. The girls smear Cover Girl product on their faces.