Sarah, Renee, and Felicia sit outside. Sarah says that it's her goal to shoot Vogue by the time she's twenty-five. She also wants to go into acting. With that Midwestern twang, good luck. Renee asks if she's been in movies, and Sarah says that she's done everything. Of course. Renee says that Sarah might be insecure. She's full of herself and brags a lot. Renee gives Sarah some grief for being multi-disciplinary, saying that there are tons of other girls who would die to be there FOR MODELING. ONLY. Renee is the kind of bitch I like -- the one who's really, really not afraid to be a bitch. Sarah confessionalizes something to the effect of how dare Renee try to tell her why she's there. Out on the patio, Renee tells Sarah not to get defensive as we head to commercials.
When we return, there is more Tyra Mail: "One woman's trash is another woman's treasure." This must explain Kevin Federline. (Though, now that the subject has been brought up, can I just say -- who would have thought that he would ever come off looking like the responsible parent?) Kathleen wonders what women might throw away, and then stumbles upon "lipstick" as the obvious answer. She interviews that she knows she's going to be dealing with crap. She helpfully clarifies, "Not 'crap,' literally, but, like, something that someone threw away." Suddenly it is my greatest dream to see these girls rooting around in feces.
Instead, they're going to have to root around at the Goodwill. They go there and meet Ms. J. and stylist Phillip Bloch, who is rocking the porn-star moustache. Phillip tells the girls that the Goodwill is not only a great place to shop, but does wonderful work for the community. He continues: every fifty-seven seconds of every day, the Goodwill places someone who is vocationally challenged into a new job. And as my friend Jessy said, "'Vocationally challenged'? In what vocation? I would be vocationally challenged if I tried to be an electrician." In any case, it has finally become clear how the Jays ended up on this show.
The challenge for the girls is to rummage through the Goodwill racks and put together a stunning look in three minutes. Nice. Jael interviews that she loves thrift-store shopping, and having clothes that tell a story. Like when the yellow pit stains say, "Some big slob sweated all over me while we were watching Rhoda." Renee says that she doesn't go thrift-store shopping a lot, because there aren't too many good thrift shops on Maui. ["The one I visited on the Big Island sucked too." -- Wing Chun] Kathleen, however, says that it was no problem, because she rocks the thrift shop. In any case...time's up!