Tyra runs off, probably to bang Rob, and the girls head to their challenge. Posing coach and new Miss J. Jonte' somehow got a ticket to Jamaica out of this deal, and greets the girls. He tells them that music such as ska, reggae, and dancehall is a huge part of the Jamaican culture, and introduces Konshens, one of the biggest recording artists in the dancehall genre. We hear his song called "Do Sumn" as a troupe of lady dancers do a number. They're wearing colorful outfits, and Kiara describes the type of dance as being very "in your face." For their challenge today, the girls will have to divide into teams of two and choreograph their own dancehall number that features smizing and tooching. I guess we'll finally learn if it's possible to smize and tooch and chew gum at the same time! Given that Laura and Kristin are besties, and so are Kiara and Nastasia, Leila and Victoria are put together by default. That is going to be more lanky dancehall action than even the country of Jamaica can handle! The team that does the best job will get $3,000 worth of funky jewelry and $10,000 in the scholarship bank.
The pairs separate, and each team gets dancehall coaches to help out with the moves. Nastasia is a pop-lock dancer, so thinks she might finally stand a chance at a challenge victory. Kristin and Laura's coaches give them a lesson in taking on the appropriate dancehall attitude, while continuing to smize and tooch. Then we see Victoria and Leila's coaches going over a few moves with them, which leads to the quote of the episode. From Victoria, natch: "I did dance in a Siamese ballet once." I mean...what? Victoria somehow doubts that this particular dance experience is going to help her at the moment (I can't imagine why, given the popularity of Siamese ballet in current dance styles) and is quite worried about being sent home. The calisthenics have to help, right? Once everyone gets into their colorful booty shorts, Victoria starts feeling a bit more positive and tells us that sometimes the underdog can surprise you. If not, they wouldn't be the underdog. And if you missed seeing Victoria and Leila rehearsing, this is what it looked like.