The judges deliberate. Nigel loves Alexandra's photo, and says that she's finally getting it. She's comfortable in her face, and it's coming through in her eyes. ALT senses an ethnic girl from another culture, which is a remarkable feat when you're "a Caucasian from somewhere in the hinterlands of Texas." Tyra says that Alex has such confidence, and is sweet and nice to be around. She was a joy to shoot. The emotion in Raina's photograph is anger, according to ALT, who does not feel beauty at all. However, Sarah likes it, and thinks it's a big improvement over her Hobbit shot. Tyra was not impressed with Raina's film, because she didn't push through and give anything extra. Angelea's shot looks great because Tyra had her lay down. However, the eye contact is non-existent. Tyra agrees that Angelea wasn't bringing it at all, and adds that shooting her was a bit of a struggle. Nigel had a similar experience last week. ALT says that Jessica's photo isn't doing it at all. It says that she's the pretty girl next week. Sarah, however, thinks that Jessica's a lovely girl and a pleasure to be around, even when she's struggling. Nigel thinks that's extremely important. Her close-ups haven't been so great, but she's a great mover, which is her strength. Tyra feels that Jessica's faith and passion isn't strong enough to model through high concept, but her doe eyes do give her an edge. ALT says that Krista's photo could have been in Vu, a great French magazine of the '20s and '30s, which changed the whole concept of what magazines should be. The photograph is stunning, and Krista pops out. She's doing an A+ job.
Five beautiful young ladies stand before Tyra, but she only has four photos in her hands. And those photos represent those who are still in the running towards becoming America's Next Top Model. The best photo of the week once again goes to Krista! Angelea wants to cut somebody. Most likely Krista. Alexandra is called next, followed by Angelea. This leaves Raina and Jessica in the bottom two. Jessica is so sweet, so pretty, and so commercial. That's a money maker, but not a career maker. She's not a girl who books editorial. However, she can be edgy when she concentrates. Then there's Raina, who knows how to evoke romance and Renaissance and couture. But she can't give edge either. So who stays? Raina. Tyra says that she was in bed thinking about how excited she was to shoot Raina the wolf girl who is also Rebecca Romijn and Brooke Shields. She likes doing couture, but couture shots are one in a million. It's important to be comfortable and love everything that you model, even when it's a stupid idea with ugly execution. This show should give her good practice at that. Tyra tells Jessica that the whole commercial thing is the kiss of death on Top Model. The real thing, however, is to leave the competition and prove all the judges wrong.