Tyra Mail! "Vroom, vroom! Be ready tomorrow at 8:15 AM." Kyle speculates that it has something to do with cars. And we thought she was dumb! The next morning, Kim calls Kyle out on the lanai and says something about wanting to be on time. Kyle says that being on time is a good idea, and plucks her eyebrows. Kyle has some serious curlers in her hair, which I find kind of amusing. Kim says that all she can think about is trying to do better, and that every week, she is hanging on by a string. Kyle appears to poke herself in the eye with the tweezers. Kim confessionalizes that she just wants to rock one competition, challenge, or photo shoot. She leaves Kyle to pluck in solitude.
At their shoot, Jay, who stands in front of a car, tells the girls that, during the week, they learned all about inner confidence, and that it's not about what you wear but how you wear it. He is wearing a really excessive quantity of makeup and looks as if he's on his way to audition for The Orange Man Group. He tells them that they're going to ride the fine line of sexy versus sleazy, and notes that Tyra is the master of this genre. In other words, you really can't avoid her big rack. The shoot will be for Ford Fusion, a "super-hot car" that "generates heat." Each girl will be made into a modern version of a '40s pin-up girl, and that the winner of the show will have her photo be a national ad. He asks the girls if they are familiar with '40s pin-ups, and Lisa says, "Yeah, Vargas girls." Jay is impressed that she knows the reference. Really, he is impressed that any girl knows any reference at all. Kyle interviews that she's pretty girly, so she is pleased with the concept. Kim, who is being fitted with a red wig, says she's always worried when there's a super-feminine shoot, but that she wants to do a good job, and hopes that she does.
Meanwhile, Cover Girl bought a fashion show so that Naima could walk in it and not look totally pathetic. The latter objective did not come to fruition.
The girls get made up like whores. Jayla interviews that she's familiar with '40s pin-up girls, and that this is something she can do, so she might have an advantage. In all seriousness, why is she still here? Ruth Kahn, the stylist assistant, laces the girls up in some really tight corsets. For some reason, some of them have wifebeaters under them, which looks strange. Rob Talty says it's funny to see Kim as a girl-girl, and that she looks so cute and pretty. Kim looks as if she's unsure whether to be flattered or offended. Richard Dean is the photographer, and he tells Lisa to give him sexy curves. She sticks out her ass, and Jay likes how the cheeks are hanging out. That is a reference he is familiar with, I suppose. He tells Lisa that she did well and was much more aware of her face and body. She looks good, I have to say.