A.J. is first up, and she tells the male model she'll be posing with that he'll get eaten and love it. I thought this was a family show! Well, if your family is composed of tramps and transvestites. There are fake disembodied limbs in the cage where A.J. will be posing. They really bring out her eyes. Jay tells her that the shoot should be sensual but also dark, because she's a cannibal and she's hungry. A.J. grabs at the bars of the cage as she poses. She interviews that there was fake blood and raw meat in the cage with her; it was sick and twisted, just like her, she says. I wonder if a person can get salmonella just by posing in a cage with raw meat. We'll wait for the CDC to issue the final word on that one.
Brooke is up next as "Rubber Girl," which I guess is just a really flexible, long-limbed girl. Jay tells her she looks like she's getting ready to step on a toilet. Is stepping on a toilet some new sanitary rest stop technique that I don't know about? Atoosa tells her to look like someone who does a lot of yoga and is elongated and elegant. Brooke looks like she really doesn't know what she's doing.
Next are the twins, who are joined by their big red afros. Jay says that they started off a little awkward, but ended up embracing one another and becoming more intertwined, which made the whole thing more interesting and complex. In other words, they looked like the incestuous circus freak Siamese twins that every man has fantasized about at one time or other. Sharing a skull is hott!
Then there is a mini-makeup montage. Melrose says that she's looking at herself and thinking she looks really ugly. Well, now she knows how everyone else feels when they look at her in a normal situation. But she knows she has to go out and rock it. Caridee holds up her elephant-trunk nose as Jaeda gets abs painted on her. Megg is sporting some serious facial hair, and helpfully notes that she's never seen herself with a beard before. Hey, at least it's not a handlebar moustache. I bet Tyra has never seen herself with facial hair either. Jay says that he doesn't want to overdirect Megg, but that he does want her to be natural and effortless like she was at the nude casting shoot. Unfortunately, Megg's performance is disappointing once again, and doesn't display any of her bubbly personality. Megg notes that when she thinks too much, it's all over for her. She goes backstage and tears up, saying that she knows she has potential to be a good model, but is too worried about looking perfect in her shoots.