The girls notice a crocodile sitting around, and Jay tells them that they'll be shooting an ad for Lubriderm. He introduces them to photographer Gerta Genis. The girls get their hair and makeup done, and much body paint is involved. When Christina comes out, Jay asks if she's been thinking ostrich. He then introduces her to Mary, the crocodile model. He tells Christina that he doesn't want to see nerves, because the competition is getting down to the wire. Christina is wearing sort of a feather tutu and headpiece, as well as feathered pasties, and I think the rest is body paint. It looks a little weird. Christina poses with a leg up, and I think she might be confusing her tall birds. Jay tells her to give more warmth in the face, and to think of something pleasant like "lollipops in the afternoon." And I don't know if that's a euphemism or just stupid. He then tells her to think about her head in Mary's mouth, which gets a laugh. He says that this is the first shoot where Christina's shown real emotion, and that it's her best one so far.
Next is zebra Michelle. She says that she walked into the shoot ready to go and feeling amazing. She sort of has a Cruella de Vil updo and appears to be struggling. Jay tells her that she looks more like a crane than a zebra, as if he's Joan Embry or something. He shouts lots of direction at her and notes that he has told Michelle at every shoot to drop her chin. Next is Naima, whom Jay says poses down to her tiptoes, but who often forgets her mouth. She appears to do well, and Jay calls her the "silent killer." Brittany says that she didn't quite like her look, but wanted to pull through and have another great picture. Mathu the makeup artist tells her, "It could be worse. You could be the elephant." They both look around the corner to make sure Keenyah didn't hear them. Meanwhile, Keenyah has giant ears put on her and notes that her big, bloated stomach is fully exposed and sagging all over South Africa. She tries to suck it in and looks uncomfortable as a result. She also has a big of a hard time figuring out how to give a sexy trunk-like appearance, and Jay tells her that she has to believe that her arms are an extension of her nose. She struggles, and Jay says that she usually just poses and hopes that it works, which is not the best way to model. Whereas he just shouts out idiotic things that make no sense and hopes that it works, which is totally the best way to direct a photo shoot.
Brittany has to use some canes as a giraffe. Jay says that he knows she had a lot to deal with, but that she wasn't totally aware of her face. She interviews that in middle school she was called a giraffe, and that it hurt her feelings, so now it's great to be able to pose as a sexy giraffe and go, "HA!" Well, in middle school I was called Skeletor, and I see no reality-show photo shoots in my future to redeem that memory, so I will continue to suffer the pain. Gerta seems to like Brittany. Finally, we have Kahlen the springbok. Her makeup looks kind of weird, but Jay says that she did the best job of taking on her animal. At one point Kahlen stumbles and lands crotch-down on the crocodile. She drops the lotion and runs much, as Jay says, as a springbok would. Yes, she's perfect. We get it.