Miss J. and Zac dole out the critiques, but first they note that the meanness of the pro models was just an "act." Chris still wants to punch that one bitch, though, and maybe Miss J. too. Zac tells Kayla that she has the body and has elegance, which is something that he always looks for and needs. Chris has to remember to take longer steps. Jane is gorgeous in the face, but Zac says that he needs to see her natural fierceness through her body as well. Miss J. tells Jane not to hold her head high in a haughty fashion, but bring the chin down. He then is quite kind about telling Esther that she has a "shaky" thing about her, and needs to figure out how to get her head to talk to her torso, and her torso to talk to the rest of her body. Chelsey's walk had a smoothness, and Zac thought that she fit the clothing well. And then there's Ann. Zac tells her that she had a little panic moment before she went out, however she's rare and rarity is his definition of luxury. I don't think that makes any sense, but I'm not the boy genius. Zac tells Ann that her rarity is powerful, but she has to work on her confidence. A red-faced Ann interviews that she's trying to work on her confidence, but it's not coming along particularly quickly. Well, a $100,000 prize would sure buy you a lot of co-pays at the therapist's office, so let's hope she keeps it together for a few more weeks. In the end, Chelsey wins! She is thrilled with her new fashion loot.
The next morning, Ann is eating some sort of mysterious scrambled egg soup. Seriously, what is that? I'm sure it wasn't part of Karolina Kurkova's smoothie recipe. Jay Manuel shows up at the house, with Nigel in tow. The girls are getting really sick of unannounced houseguests. Jay announces that the girls will be doing their first commercial today, and Nigel is the director. Chris is excited, because this is one challenge in which having a personality will really come in handy. The commercial is for H2T water, which is not a real product. If it were, however, it would come in low-carb brownie and umeboshi flavors. Nigel tells the girls that they'll be roller-skating and kissing boys in this commercial. Ann's face sinks even further than it is already sunken. She tells us that being tall on roller skates is not a very good combination. It's true that her center of gravity may be problematic in this case. Kayla, meanwhile, is balking at kissing the boy. Jay tells her that they want a real, sexually charged moment. She is not happy. The commercial will be shot right on Venice Beach, and hair and makeup is already set up outside of their house! It must be nice when the job comes to you.