Dominic adds that the only girl in the house that was really nice to him was Stephanie, and the others, especially Holly, just stared at him. For her part, Holly interviews that Dominic puts a lot of stress on everyone, and that attitude is a huge part of being a supermodel. First of all, is it even possible to go from obscurity to "supermodel" overnight? Are we even using the term supermodel anymore? I guess Gisele is a supermodel, but aren't they basically just learning how to be models? Am I arguing semantics about a modeling reality show? An adjacent point is: how does Holly, or anyone else here know what "attitude" counts for? Perhaps they've not heard of the powerful wind-up of one Naomi Campbell, whose supermodel attitude will send you straight to the emergency with the Verizon Wireless logo imprinted over your brow?
FRANKIE makes a very thinly-veiled jab at Katy, saying that America must love her, and she is either too smart or too un-smart to snap back at him. "I'm gonna make America proud," she says, and it occurs to me what a great pageant queen she could be. We hear Aryn's voice in voiceover saying that she misses Sarah, but she can't help thinking that, to win, she'll have to watch everyone go home.
And now, what we've all been waiting for. The crew is taken to Cutler, exclusive New York hair salon, where they meet up again with David, the director of the men's division at New York Models. Cory goes on that they will represent the brand that is New York Models, and David bitches that they need to get them ready to see clients, "because right now, none of you are ready." Especially, he says, "Farrah Fawcett over there," and gestures to FRANKIE, nearly causing me to have a heart attack. Listen, he may be an ass, but don't cut his hair! Please, God! Please! So, makeovers! The boys are taken downstairs to see Antony, Cutler's creative director, and the girls are introduced to Rodney Cutler, salon owner. He explains to them that hair is a big part of their career, and that they have to give up their ownership of it and not be too attached to one style.