Tyra says that she's excited about the upcoming challenge and asks how many of the girls are familiar with Cycle 2 Camille. She asks what Camille said, and Bre answers that Camille said she had a signature walk that was going to make her famous. We see footage of Camille and oh, how I miss the first two seasons. Tyra says that, today, the girls will be tested on a signature walk that they now get five minutes to develop. How can it be a signature walk if you just make it up on the spot? Top Model's signature feature is idiocy.
The girls walk in a procession, to all sorts of crazy looks from the judges. A little extra oomph introduces Bre. Tyra says, "Work it out" and Nigel lustily says, "Come on." She clomps and clomps to approving looks. Sarah is predictably terrible, causing Nigel to actually put his head in his hands and laugh. Then comes Kim. Before walking, she points to Miss J. and says, "I just want to say before I walk that I know I didn't make you proud the other day, but I want to show you that I'm going to keep improving, I'm going to keep practicing, and it's gonna get better." And if you are wondering whether this was a good idea, be instructed by Miss J.'s reply to her, "Okay, I hope so, 'cause you on my list girl to be [scissors motion with fingers]." Her walk is kind of stiff and weird. After she leaves, Tyra asks the other judges what was up with the disclaimer. Nigel says the subtext was, "Excuse me, I'm about to do really badly. Don't judge me." The panel is not pleased.
The girls return for their evaluations. Tyra commends Jayla for being a trouper and getting her hair cut and not being Cassandra. Twiggy agrees that the hair looks gorgeous. The judges agree that Jayla has a long way to go on her walk. Tyra tells the girls that, in their photos, they were actually running away from the "fashion police witch," and she shows Jayla's photo, which has a green-faced and black-outfitted Miss J. looming behind her. It's kind of creepy, actually. The judges all love Jayla's photo, in which she looks scared but still pretty. And indeed, it is a good photo.
Coryn is next, and Sue thinks her walk was too stiff and stoic. Nigel says that it wasn't a signature walk. I think that Miss J. says that Coryn's signature is the "health" that she has, and that she needs to stick with her smile. Coryn then busts out into a pretty smile that makes the judges light up. They like her close-up photo but agree that the full-body shot, in which she is wearing a very out J. Lo velour track suit, leaves something to be desired.