Stephanie, who bores me, goes next and does well. Aryn, who has hair to make a Charlie's Angel weep with jealousy, also seems to get some good shots in. Hey, guess what? The photographer loves Jacki. What a shock. She also seems to like FRANKIE, whose hair has been flat-ironed, causing me to lose all passion for him, and tempting me to lowercase him. But then I see his face and all is forgiven. He is the only one of the models to really take advantage of the harness, and moves all around, sideways and stuff. Perry, looking quite studly, toughs it out even though his wang is all bunched up. Whenever Perry is not the focus of the show, I like him so much better.
Backstage, Jennifer comes in to tell them all how lucky they are to be shot by Silver, and how good they all look with their new hair. Except then she has to be a bitch and tell Holly how, oh, she didn't think Cory was right and they shouldn't have cut the pageboy. Holly looks sad for a second, but on her way to her shoot, she seems to have shaken it off, pointing out that there's nothing they can do about it now. She looks amazing anyway, and her shots are fantastic. Katy's shoot is next, and once again, she falls short of expectations. Her hair is pretty fabulous-looking, but way more Nashville than Milan, if you know what I mean. Gotta be honest with you, though, if I could get my hair to look like that every day, I would be a happy person. Silver says that she thinks Katy is a really sweet girl, but maybe she's too nice -- she gets distracted and giggly between shots and loses her focus. The quick shot of the photo that we see, however, looks pretty good.
Next up is Jay, and frankly, he is a disaster. I love his personality, but every shot looks like he's about to break into "I Believe I Can Fly," all gazing up into the ceiling, looking pensive. It ain't working. He says in interview that he needs to get his facial expressions right or he's going to get sent home. What he actually needs to do is stop making facial expressions and just... have a face, instead of this non-stop attempt to look like some kid on Making the Band.