Norelle does not feel comfortable. Jay says that she is only comfortable with a face full of makeup and a camera pulled off of her. Toccara calls Harry "The Itsy Bitsy Spider." Harry gives her a poke in the eye for this. ["Your arachnid stereotypes offend me greatly." -- Harry T. Rantula] Yaya tells Toccara to try to read the judges' faces, and we hear Bill saying that he did the best he could. Toccara looks disappointed. Next, Ann. Ann asks if the spider can be moved down a little bit, and Harry obligingly moseys to her chi . ["Even I can take direction better than Ann." -- Harry T. Rantula] Jay says to Ann, "Help me help you overcome this, 'cause I'm totally at a loss." Can someone get him career counseling? They get a beautiful shot (which is not the shot that they use at the judging panel, by the way). Bill says that they had to shoot 125 frames to get a shot, which is not good. Jay tells Bill that Ann is consistently flat on film.
Finally, Eva. She tells the crew to hurry up and get the shoot over with. She keeps cool for a while, but once the handlers move Harry about halfway through the shoot, she starts to cry. Amanda and Yaya look on with mild glee. Eva apologizes as Makeup touches her up. They take some more photos, and Jay tells Bill that he might as well stop torturing Eva, and that she's having a hard time. He says, "She could get cut 'cause of this." Except he's totally talking about someone else, because Eva looked great. Eva cries some more and voices over that she's proud to have gotten through the shoot, but disappointed that she showed her vulnerability.
At home, Eva talks to her mother and recounts the story of the day. Her mother gasps in horror at the mention of Harry's name. Eva says that it was horrible. ["You think it was a picnic for me, Pigford?" -- Harry T. Rantula] Eva is wearing big puffy cheetah slippers. She cries to her mom that she doesn't want to get sent home, and that any mistake that you make can mean the end in the high-stress world of competitive reality shows. Nicole interviews that Eva was worried about "her inability to perform with a spider on her face," and that being upset over such a thing means that she's not really cut out to be America's Next Top Model. Dial it down there a little, Miss Personality. Eva feels vulnerable.