Gabby demonstrates how to dive for a volleyball, and then its time for the girls to try it. She says that it's difficult to bring emotions to the eyes, which is what you have to do in action or any other kind of modeling. Caridee goes first. We get some stills, and she looks pretty weird. In all fairness, she is diving in the sand. I imagine it's hard to look pretty. Eugena is next, and says that she played volleyball in tenth grade and pretty much sat on the bench. She says that it sucks. I agree. Volleyball hurts, man. Then there's Melrose, who flies face down in the sand. Awesome. Jaeda is next, and she's psyched to do something that she knows how to do. She does a good job. Amanda says that volleyball kind of sucks, and that she looks stupid. That's a good self-assessment. Michelle is next and says that she's nervous, because a lot of times she looks like she's about to break, which isn't good. It's true that those twins are really, really skinny. She takes a digger, and Gabby says that if the camera guy gets a good shot, it doesn't really matter where the ball goes.
Anchal is next, and tries to cover herself up with a towel. Gabby says that she has to be in her gear, and notes that Anchal seemed a little shy. Melrose, with the help of puppetmaster Janice Dickinson, repeats the old refrain that as a model you have to be ready to strip down at anytime. Gabby instructs Anchal to look more intense. Yeah, good luck with that. Gabby interviews that it's all a matter of Anchal getting comfortable with herself and knowing that she can do it. And really, she's the one who should be more at ease given that she has some extra padding to break her fall. She'd bounce right back up.
Gabby tells the girls that she appreciates them spending the day with her, and that she wishes them luck. She then takes her leave. Eugena, always one to couch her language with kindness, says that Anchal is always self-conscious, and the way she carries herself makes her look flabbier and more like a "big old blob." She doesn't carry herself like she's proud of what she has. Melrose interviews that there are two sides to Anchal: one is sexy and confident, the other side is timid and shy. And then, because nobody ever learns their lesson, Melrose and Jaeda shit-talk Anchal in the hot tub. Melrose confessionalizes that she's frustrated with Anchal, both in terms of her attitude and her pictures. Melrose tells Jaeda that she just wishes Anchal would go home already. Then the rest of them might finally have a shot at some damn food. Anchal swims a little. She interviews that she feels like she has no friends in the house. She says that she's not nice to Melrose because she's tried to get along with her, and that doesn't work. Melrose does bitchy little things, and that makes you want to slap the ho. Well said, o annoying one! Commercials.