The girls drive to another location where they meet...Captain Wade! Norelle mocks the way that he says, "Hello, ladies." He continues, "Didn't think you'd see me so soon." Captain Wade is totally like that male gym teacher that you had in high school, who wore really short shorts and was all awkward and uncomfortable when he had to talk about reproduction during the health component. Captain Wade tells the girls that their challenge for the day is to race to the top of the stairs in the building, which is a fourteen-story high rise. The person with the fastest time wins. Ann interviews that she and Yaya were the only ones who were really motivated to excel at the challenge. The girls race up one after one, some of them looking quite tired. Cassie interviews that she actually put forth a little bit of effort because she didn't want to finish last. As Eva, the first contender, gets to the top of the stairs and emerges onto the roof of the building, Captain Wade says, "A top model needs to look good on a moment's notice. You now have a photo shoot." Eva pants and gags, and interviews that she couldn't even breathe so figured she might as well smile in the pictures. The girls pose, looking totally tired. When Captain Wade tells her that she has a photo shoot, Toccara says, "No I don't!" She interviews that she thinks the photo shoot sucked.
On your feet ladies! Nobody quit the competition, which is the most important thing. Kelle came in last, and next to last was Norelle, followed by Toccara. Ann says good for Toccara, but thinks that Kelle and Norelle should feel bad because a woman weighing fifty pounds more than they do beat them in a race. ["You can be overweight and still be more fit than skinny people who never eat and therefore have no energy. Shut up, Ann." -- Wing Chun] Amanda, Cassie, Nicole, and Eva are all in the middle of the pack. Yaya is the winner of the day and, to her credit, Ann doesn't seem to brat about coming in second. Yaya gets to share her prize with one person and chooses Toccara, who exemplified perseverance and surpassed expectations. The two of them enjoy an evening of spa pampering on the roof. The rest of the girls have to walk home. They are not happy. Eva interviews, "The person that needed the facial...got the facial," and a previous close-up shows us that Yaya is still quite zitty. The loser girls have to walk about three miles home, some of them with their walking sticks.