Jay notes that the girls are in for a rocky ride on the elephants. They have to cross a river and everything. The poor elephants. Danielle looks like she might be sick. Jay tells the girls to get some water, I guess to let us know that Danielle's illsness is not the fault of the show. Furonda says that she's had to work harder than the rest of the girls at being more graceful, and she's not about to let this opportunity slip through her long, E.T. phone home fingers. The photographer for the shoot is Pongsak Tangtiwaja. Jay tells the girls that the concept of the shoot is to compare their smooth legs with the rough skin of the elephant. I wonder what a Botoxed elephant would look like. Speaking of, have you seen Kenny Rogers's face lately? Sweet Jesus. I love the man and all, but it is both time to walk away and to run. And while I'm at it, the internet is a marvelous thing. Jay shills razors for a while, and then sends the girls to a "shaving station," where they lather up and shave away. It reminds me of the time on the first season of Survivor, when Sue Hawk was giving an interview while shaving her legs with Dr. Sean's razor. TV was such a delight back in the day.
Danielle is first to shoot. Jay tells her that he knows she doesn't feel well, so she should tell him if she reaches her limit. Danielle says that the only thing keeping her going is her drive. Jay tells her that the shot will feature the legs, and that it should be a strong fashion pose. As soon as the camera goes off, the elephant gets nervous and starts moving around. Danielle is not pleased, and says that she's about to regurgitate on somebody's face. Please let that face belong to Jade. Or Jay. Okay, any of them really. Jay tells her that the elephant will get used to the camera after a few shots. Meanwhile, Sara interviews that she was very curious as to how everyone else is doing and wants to learn from the other girls. We get a shot of Jay, and Sara is totally hovering behind him and staring at Danielle. Jay loves Danielle's animalistic body language. Danielle says that she has no idea how her photo is going to turn out -- even though Jay said she did well, she isn't feeling it.