And then it's time for a critter feature! Over cycles past, there have been birds (blind ones, of course, because all birds are blind), bees, bugs, spiders, and even a cat. But this year Phil found some sort of wormy centipede thing from beyond the dead that he put on top of a Nylon magazine -- an act that scandalized Jourdan. Then everyone tried to feed the creature a Hershey's kiss, because why not.
And then there was the paint splashing photo shoot! Jourdan and Renee both did a lovely job, while Jiana couldn't get past her dead face. She was eliminated by one-tenth of a point, leaving Marvin sad that they never got to make out. And then it's time for more Phil-er! Phil puts his own stamp on everything -- his clothes, shoes, his walk, and even his bed. We see Phil set up mattresses to connect to Marvin and Don's beds. "I've seen MacGyver a lot," says Phil, who also deems himself America's Next Top Genius, and Renee tells us that his bed fort was actually kind of awesome.
With his top five choices of makeout partners eliminated, Marvin set his sights on Renee. They are actually #1 on the list of top flirty moments, and we see Marvin asking Renee if he can rub all over her body. He wants to know more about a dream she had -- a scary dream, in which he was in her bed and the two of them were cuddling. I got the shivers just thinking about it. Marvin wants to make this dream come true. Renee is so disturbed that she even went to top frenemy Jourdan for advice. Jourdan told her to uncover herself and not hide from her feelings, and so Renee admits that she maybe thinks Marvin is cute. As for Jourdan herself, she doesn't think anybody in the house is attractive except for the girls. She unloads that her once-suspected paramour Jeremy looked like a five year old with a man's body, because why stop insulting him just because he hasn't been there for weeks? When Renee wonders how to stop her feelings for Marvin, Jourdan advises her to think of Rob, which works immediately.
The models then got a taste of the real world as they went to castings for L.A.'s Style Fashion Week. Cory and Renee made good impressions on designers, but it girl Jourdan couldn't book any jobs. Renee REALLY enjoyed this, and emphasized that the designers' critiques of Jourdan's bland personality were on point. The week's photo shoot had models lay in the grass as production assistants threw leaves at them, and Don and Phil struggled to make it work. But even a bad performance couldn't shake Phil's confidence! In the confessional, he holds up a Nylon magazine and says he'll be on the cover once he wins the competition, then makes a variety of silly potential poses. Chris felt so good about his performance that he flirted with Johnny, and then later that night the models received a visit from Kelly "Cutthroat" Cutrone. She brought her friend, intuitive profiler Suzannah Galland. An intuitive profiler has abilities that go far beyond human, like, psychic shit. Each of the models are treated to a reading, and then things get intense. Suzannah tells Cory that he's extra animated at times, and he admits that it's like he's found something to put on that's made him feel more comfortable. She tells him to take it off and be direct, and he thinks that her advice is dead-on. Suzannah senses that Jourdan grew up with a lot of fear, and she admits that some came form her father and some from her ex-husband. She has an overall fear of men, and Suzannah tells her not to be afraid to be afraid. Jourdan cries, and Cory says it's nice to see her let her guard down -- it was one of only a few genuine Jourdan moments. His Yelp review of Suzannah is, "Girl has powers, honey."