The girls run off to ransack the mall. Chantal notes that her beauty carried a basket, so she thought she'd get a cute bag and pair of stilettos to modernize the story. Bianca was the beauty who put all the flowers to shame, so gets some white shoes and a flowered bag. Saleisha doesn't mention her story, but apparently figures that a clutch purse goes with a beauty of any century, BC or AD. Bianca tells us that she headed off to the other side of the mall, figuring that the other girls haven't been there and there might be some goods. She only finds more shoe stores, however, and is perturbed that she has to run back across the street in her already sweaty dress. We'll just assume for the sake of fabrics everywhere that these dresses are not vintage. The pissed-off Bianca sees Jenah and thinks to herself that she must strategize. She tells Jenah that she has to go across the street, because there's so much stuff over there, and then walks on her merry way. Bianca interviews that Jenah went running to the other stores, which made her feel better. Always delighting in the misfortunes of others. That's my girl! As Jenah chases the wild goose, we head to commercials.
When we return, Bianca says there are no friends in competitions. At that moment, Jenah was her competitor. Jenah puts it more succinctly when she says, "That bitch." She is done with the sabotage and psyching out, because it's not her style. Despite Bianca's machinations, all the girls make it back on time. They learn that they'll be judged on the creativity of their clothing choice, and the way they carry it down the runway. The judge for the challenge is Ann Shoket, the often completely useless editor-in-chief of Seventeen. Bianca knows that Jenah is pissed, but totally doesn't care. Jenah, meanwhile, is reaffirmed in her belief that it's every woman for herself.