When we return, the Blue Team heads to their Bluefly.com go-see. They meet President and CEO Melissa Payner along with Creative Director Camila Hori. Melissa reminds the girls that they're each going to get a $500 gift certificate, and that one particularly awesome model will get a $2,500 gift certificate and be featured in Bluefly's spring campaign. The girls are dressed in Bluefy wears, and Raina is first to meet with Melissa and Camila. She walks, and Melissa tells us, "For us, spring is about really short shorts and short skirts. Your legs are really important." Is she saying that Raina is a little thick in the thighs? Hmm. Melissa's comment that she was most impressed by Raina's face goes to prove that theorem, I think. Jessica is next, and Melissa says that the issue with her is that she's very, very thin. You just can't win with these bitches. They should just stick to the headless white mannequins they love so well. Camila goes on to add that Jessica might not be striking enough.
Meanwhile, the Red Team learns that, as the losing team, they're going to have to endure some sort of horrible punishment. They walk into what is known as "the cage," which is basically the place where inventory is kept. Bluefly copywriters Jacqueline Wahba and Urbi Medley tell the girls that they will be helping to weigh, unpack, and measure all of the inventory. One summer I actually worked for a company that did inventory, and I must admit that it kind of sucked. Though in this case I think there might be more integrity in the model grunt work than in producing such copy as, "Strut your stuff poolside or just lounge by the ocean in your smoking hot bikinis from ABS!" and "Be in the good graces of style by donning chic apparel from BCBGeneration." Anslee still holds a grudge against Brenda for missing her question, even though four other people lost out on their questions as well. It took a while to shine through, but Anslee is actually super stank.