And then there's Jordan. She actually looks quasi-decent, though still extremely rodentine. Tyra is digging Jordan's style, and Jay asks her what her style inspiration is. Jordan says it's her environment, and art. She's an artist and in a band. Of course she is. Tyra asks Jordan what she thinks of the other girls in the competition. Jordan says that most of them are "tolerable." She expounds that she's not a fan of ignorant people, or dumb people, or fake people. Well, she's in the wrong rodeo. Jordan interviews that so many girls are troubled because American culture is telling them to fit into a certain mold. She just wants to break the mold. She's for sure broken a mirror or two, so that's a start. I'm all for originality and being yourself, but this girl has stepped right into a really cliché mold-breaking mold. One with mold in it, in fact. Maybe her band is called "Jordan and the Moldy Mold." Tyra, however, thinks that Jordan engages and plays with authority in a way that is quite attractive. You can tell that Miss J. just thinks she's hideous.
Out by the pool, Jordan brags to the others about how she told the judges that she's against consumerism and materialism. She says that she'll never pay $60 for a haircut, because that's stupid. This is why her hair looks the way it does, and is about to break off at the roots. Don't you judge my haircut budget, Fantastic Samantha. Lexie interviews that Jordan is putting on a front -- she's trying to be so different, but yet people like her all look the same. Which is just what I said above! Whatever, I'm Team Lexie.