The next photo shoot involved paint jizz dripping down the girls' faces. Fatima had some fierce shots despite her hairy armpits, while Stacy-Ann's man jaw helped her for once. Whitney, despite being enamored of her own face, struggled to find the right pose. She was being blinded by the paint, which had to be annoying. But even worse was Marvita's evident lack of effort, which the cameras showed to full effect. Jay told her to bring it. Marvita tried to find a softness within herself, but all the judges saw was that she was giving up on the competition. She was sent home. This means that we're nearing the end of the clip show, as clearly Marvita was the only one to actually do anything interesting. She truly was a gem. Marvita tells us that she learned that she was pretty photogenic, which she never knew. This complete perceived lack of photogenic beauty was what led her to audition for a modeling show, I guess. Marvita is going to keep knocking on doors until somebody answers, because she doesn't want this taste of the good life to be just an appetizer.
In the Top Model household, it seems, the girls always find new and inventive ways to pass the time. These include chin-banging rounds of broomstick limbo. I think that's what people without TVs end up doing, for real. I'm happy being a double-stuffed couch potato, thanks. But the peaceful atmosphere of fun and games doesn't last for long, especially when you have some bitch's damn alarm clock ringing in your ear at 6 a.m. Yes, it's alarm-gate! It leads Claire to call Dominique a shady bitch, and Anya to plead for Dominique to take responsibility for her clock, before someone cleans it for her. The fight continues and escalates, and Dominique makes the fateful mistake of asking Claire if she calls her husband a bitch when they get in an argument. Claire helpfully points out that at least she has a husband, and feelings are hurt. Well, a little. Dominique still thinks she's the greatest, though.