Jay says that they know their photographer, but may not know his personal reasons for wanting to do the shoot. With that, he introduces Nigel, who comes out in his customary striped button-down shirt. Jay says that Nigel was supposed to do the whole Bollywood thing, and unbuttons Nigel's shirt further to reveal a hairy chest. Nigel says that Jay's been waiting to undress him for days. I wouldn't doubt it. Nik laughs nervously because she, too, is a homo, but doesn't want anyone to know. Nigel says that, finally, they get to work together. He tells the girls that his mother is Sri Lankan, and his father is English, so Bollywood (and what it means to the English) is very close to his heart. We see some photos of young Nigel, one of which appears to have him posing with Saddam Hussein. Also, he was really hot when he was younger and had hair like Lorenzo Lamas. Never thought you'd see those two dignitaries within one sentence of each other, did you? Nik says that she's nervous to have Nigel as their photographer, because he's a judge on panel, and if you impress him, it can be good, but if you don't, it can be damaging.
The girls get made up. Stylist Rob Talty asks Bre, who's kind of slumped over in the chair, if she's sick. She nods, and he says that he doesn't want to hear it, and that she should pretend to be healthy. That is the best advice ever, and I am not kidding. Jay comes to check out the situation, and Bre tells him that she keeps getting fevers and migraines. Jay asks if she took anything for it, and Bre says that Jayla gave her some Benadryl. Rob adds, "And some Tylenol PM." At first, I thought he was kidding about this, but now I'm not so sure. But if that's true...like, it has "PM" in the name, and will set you adrift on memory bliss like some other similar titled things. Cut to Jayla, who isn't acting offensive in any way, which paradoxically makes her seem all the more evil. Jay talks to Bre and says that whoever gave her the Benadryl was trying to screw her up, because she is draggy and exhausted. Nigel comes to see her and tells her to save all of her energy for the set, and that once she's done there, she can fade and die. He actually says "die" which, given the context, I find not only refreshing but a sensible instruction. Straight-banged Bre interviews that it just so happens that not only is she sick, but that she also has the whole fifty frames/no-looking-in-the-mirror thing going on.