When we return, there is Tyra Mail. "Better keep your story straight or you will be out of order." Oh my God, are they going to have to debate the whole shower situation in front of Judge Judy? If so, Marvita may finally meet her match. The girls head off and meet up with Miss J., who introduces them to designer Bryan Bradley of Tuleh. They learn that today they'll be walking in a Tuleh fashion show. Everyone gets their hair and makeup done, and Lauren stresses. Miss J. then introduces the girl to runway show producer Andrew Weir. As if these special guests aren't enough, Miss J. brings out Seventeen editor-in-chief Ann "Gisele with a schnozz" Shoket and Cycle 8 winner Jaslene! Amis thinks that Jaslene looks like a big ole' yummy doe-eyed Latino sandwich. If you like your sandwiches made with bone and gold lame, yes. Ann tells the girls that the winner of this challenge will appear in a Lot 29 advertorial with Jaslene, which will appear in Seventeen. The girls will also be forced to put their quick-change skills to use, having to get wardrobed in three minutes or face disqualification. Fatima, scarred by the famous firehouse shoe incident, is nervous, and adds that she doesn't work well under pressure.
The girls change backstage. Poor Amis has a big ole' hole in her bra. I mean, you'd suspect, but I still feel for her. Miss J., wearing a fancy suit, kicks off the show, which is actually in a cool cathedral-looking space and is attended by what appears to be an actual audience. None of whom are on stilts! This is progress. Stacy-Ann opens the show in a gorgeous dress, and fully works it. Whitney is next in a bathing suit, and notes that she was sabotaged by the quick change. Halfway down the runway she realizes that a boob is out. Her strategy is not to look down, so that maybe the rest of the audience won't notice. Rule number one of life is that people always notice a boob. Lauren is next, and Jaslene actually gasps at how terrible she is. She walks really fast and forgets to pose at the end of the runway. Miss J. asks aloud where she's going. His tutelage was in vain.
Katarzyna wears a dress that I covet and works it. Fatima is up next, and has buttoned up her little sweater all wrong. Otherwise, she thinks everything is perfect, but in reality she's walking too fast and J. wants to chop her head off. Dominique wears a sequined trench coat, Marvita works a caftan that is the envy of Bea Arthurs everywhere, Anya looks extra alienesque, and Amis tells us that walking on the runway is an "outer body experience." Miss J. laughs at her, and he can't even hear her narration!