The judges like Nicole's black-and-white shot, but Tyra notes that she needs to vary her expressions. Miss J. says that she needs to move from one step up from blah. She argues that she thinks she's definitely over one step from blah, and Miss J. says that there's something about her presence that is almost "lacksadaisical." Tyra tells Nicole that there's one thing her mother doesn't like, and that's when she's telling somebody something and they go, "Okay. Okay. Okay." Well, it's good that Tyra's mother isn't a judge, then. She says that it's defensive and not likeable. Nicole says that she'll work on it, and that she doesn't realize that she's doing it. Nigel loves Nicole's butt in the pin-up shot, but he doesn't feel it in the body. Richard Dean says that Nicole had a lot of subtle variations.
Kyle's photo is a bit deer-in-the-headlights according to Nigel, but it works. Tyra says that it took a long time to get there, because Kyle's idea of modeling is primping and posing, and that she has to know she can be beautiful without trying. There's a big difference between the Dairy Queen and high fashion, says Tyra. Miss J. says that Kyle needs sissification, which means some sissies to beautify her and turn her out. I used to like him so much. Kyle's body language in the pin-up shot is great, but the face is lacking. Nigel says that Kyle has a model's figure, but needs to believe in herself. Richard says that she should push herself much farther, and that she should stop worrying about the competition and trust herself.
Kim is last. On her black-and-white photo, Miss J. says that she bought a ticket on the gender bender bus, and now she's about to get off. He tells her to pull the bell and pick a stop. In any case, her photo is great. Kim says she's been spending a lot of time trying to bring out her feminine side. Miss J. asks what she's been doing in her sissification class, and she says, "Dating boys, whatever," and laughs. The panel asks who in the house Kim emulates in terms of prissiness, and she says that Kyle's really girly. Nigel notes that she's listening and beginning to be herself. The judges are shocked and awed at Kim's very feminine Vargas girl shot. Twiggy says that she didn't even recognize her. Miss J. says something about chiffon and taffeta, and the upshot is that Kim has the potential the judges have all been seeing since the beginning. Commercials, during which we learn that Nik is Cover Girl of the Week.