Mikaela is next and seems to perform well under duress. Dominique has pheromone-covered headband upon which bees swarm, making her look like some sort of freckled queen of the damned. She was in the bottom two last week, and so is quite nervous. She tries to relax, which must be hard when you have a headband full of bees. Hannah also gets the headband, and struggles to figure out how to pose. As Jay asks who she drew during the inner critic exercise, Hannah starts to cry. She tells us that she was freaking out. Monique interviews that Hannah was a sobbing mess, crying her eyes out, and was generally pathetic. This display irritated Monique. Imagine how irritated Monique will be when Hannah gets best photo of the week! Jay has a small bee-gasm over the tearful posing.
Next is Alexandria, who would be covered in stings if karma were real. Molly feels pressure since she had the best photo from last week, and so starts off a bit awkwardly. Jay tells her not to try so hard, and she improves. Dalya is next, and tells us that she got into a bee-free zone, mentally. She focuses on trying to pump some life into her dead eyes. Alexandria's assessment is that Dalya was timid at first, which made her look like she didn't know what she was doing. She thinks Dalya is lame, and also self-righteous about chicken, and wants her to go home. Next we have Jaclyn, who asks if she's working with killer bees. Aren't all bees killer bees to her? She seems to do fine, and does not, in fact, die. Nice try though, show. Brittani is next, and Jay tells us that she's a consummate professional. She has intensity, is fearless, and stares at the camera. Basically, she knows how to work it. Then there's poor Ondrei. Jay tells us that Ondrei has a very striking look, but her performance fell totally flat. He tells her that the wall that she worked so hard to let down this week is back up, and it's really disappointing. I say good for her for finding her inner mason and refusing to let these bitches exploit her anymore.
Back at home, there is Tyra Mail. Someone is going home. Ondrei talks to a few of the other girls and says that though she wants to be there, she's not actually ready to be there. She interviews that she was unaware of a lot of things when she came into this competition, and she put herself in a position that she wasn't ready for. I bet she means that she didn't think the show would be quite so callous as to exploit a very raw personal tragedy, which makes me wonder if she even owns a TV. Monique, who is really a model of sympathy and kindheartedness, interviews that Ondrei should have had a clue that she couldn't handle this, and should just go because no one wants her to take up a spot when she doesn't want it. As Ondrei considers her options, we head to commercials.