Nastasia is next, in a shower scene. She lets the water run over her in a sequined dress, and is worried about looking tiny as Douglas continues to tell her to scrunch down. Then there's Allyssa, who has to act like she's drinking soda off the floor of a really dirty industrial kitchen. Douglas and Johnny keep telling her to lift her butt in the air, and at one point they have to instruct her not to actually let her tongue hit the ground. But alas! It is too late. Allyssa now officially has cooties. Johnny tells us that Allyssa is a beautiful girl with a great body, but he doesn't see her as a high fashion model and today she was a little spaced. Douglas thinks that Allyssa kind of got it toward the end of the shoot, but doesn't seem thrilled about her performance. When a roach crawls out from under the stove, Johnny calls it a wrap.
The girls head back to their motel rooms, and Victoria tries to channel some inspiration and encouragement from her mom via psychic mind meld technology. She's generally sort of freaking out at a low-level, and gets upset when she can't find her toothbrush. Kiara and Nastasia tell Victoria to calm down, but she will not. Nastasia tells us that Victoria is about to crack, and that something is a-brewing. And it's not savory broth filled with calories that would counter her obvious malnourishment!
The models return home to find Tyra Mail of Doom. Someone's going home! Allyssa reminds us that she wants this more than anything else in life. Laura, meanwhile, theorizes that Victoria is going to be sent home. Not only did she get a low challenge score, but she's really sick. Laura doesn't explain how, exactly, Victoria is sick, probably because they don't get enough time in the confessional room to even start the list. Victoria then interviews that being away from her mom has been very hard, and adds that with the losing weight and not being able to eat her food, she doesn't want to drop dead over this competition. If we were in the old Janice Dickinson days, she'd just recommend inserting a feeding tube and moving on with the next challenge. Or maybe not even the feeding tube part, really.