Alasia approaches the elevator after the others have gone down. She presses the button, but nothing happens. She interviews, "Crap. Crap crap crap crap crap crap crap." The girls walk out onto the street to get in the limo, and Alasia actually knocks on the door of the elevator. The elevator does not answer, and the door does not open. Alasia says to no one in particular that the elevator isn't working, so she doesn't understand how she's supposed to get outside. They're called stairs, braintrust. Alasia thinks she's quite possibly in trouble, and quite possibly going to have to take the bus. She tries pressing the elevator button about 40 more times, and we head to commercials.
When we return, Alasia finally discovers the stairs. She claims that nobody told her they were leaving, though we've seen that's not strictly true. She gets into the limo, which is still curbside, and says she's sorry for keeping everyone waiting. Someone -- I'm not quite sure who -- simply says, "You're an idiot." Alasia accepts that and bites her tongue. Krista says they might not wait the next time.
The girls arrive on location and meet Jay along with photographer Jerry Metellus. Jay reminds the girls that Tyra's always talking about creating wind in the hair. He asks, "What if you were wearing outfits made entirely of hair?" I'd wonder why I spent all that time waxing, I guess? Kate Moss apparently wore an outfit made of hair and worked the scalp out of it. The girls will be divided into two teams, and Jay encourages them to support their teammates and heckle their opponents. I guess they just want to keep up with the drag theme, though I doubt that any of these girls can properly read each other. Part of the challenge is to see that the girls can endure this without getting distracted, since you can't always control your environment in the world of modeling. And, I guess, people often stand there yelling mean things at you.