Tyra Mail! Some kind of bitch is going home. Amanda notes that they'll probably be harsh on her at Panel, because she did not have a good week. Eugena says that Amanda is in trouble this week, and that Caridee could be in trouble, too. Caridee hopes that her comment to Nigel won't prohibit her from moving on in the competition. As Michelle picks the apparently soldered-on flowery appliqué from her face, taking a good quantity of skin with it, she voices over that she never envisioned herself being this close to becoming America's Next Top Model: "I want it, but I don't know if I have it," which is exactly the same clip that was used in the first segment of this episode. Amanda says that, based on Michelle's performance at the photo shoot, she probably has a good chance of staying this week. This makes Amanda worried for herself. Some sisterly rivalry is in the works! Commercials.
We are introduced to panel with a photo of Tyra dressed as a bull. 100% grade A fierce. And seriously, she needs to start wearing clothes that fit. It's true about the vagina arms. There are prizes, there are judges. Miss J.'s hair is coiffed like bull horns. Twiggy looks like a flapper. Pancho Saula is the guest judge, and is probably wondering what the eff is wrong with all these crackheads.
Then, there is a challenge. Nigel asks each girl to step forward and say which of the girls there has the most potential, and which has the least. Melrose is first. She, of course, says that she has the most potential, because she's watched the show before. She says that she's determined and she wants it. The least potential, Melrose says, lies in Eugena. This is because she never hears Eugena say that she wants it. She hears nothing, and that's scary. Oh, the fearful sound of silence. Melrose should try it sometime.