Sandhurst is next -- he tells us that he has hang-ups about his reflection. He tells Indira and Michael that, when he was 18, he tried to break into modeling but had a flare-up of keloid scars. Do not, I repeat, DO NOT Wikipedia that shit. You will so regret it. So Sandhurst thought that he couldn't model, and the mirror brings back that insecurity. Indira and Michael tell him he has beautiful skin now, but he's still pretty guarded during his shoot. He interviews that he knows he wasn't very good.
Indira asks Gabe if he considers himself a James Dean-type, mostly because he's sitting with his same blank stare. This dude does not learn. He's incredibly hot, but I'm ready to cut him loose. He interviews that he doesn't really show emotion. He had a great childhood, but then his father unexpectedly died of a brain tumor. He didn't even cry at his funeral. See, that seems like a problem you'd have before the death of your father. Michael asks him to scream and stuff and he is so flat and weird. He interviews that he felt really uncomfortable during the shoot.
Indira tells CJ to play with the mirror, and she replies, "Play with the mirror?" My first instinct is that she's going to completely bomb at this, but Indira likes what she's getting. Nicole tells her that she looks gorgeous and she "really opened up." Surprising. Branden asks Kerryn where Montreal is. "Canada?" Apparently, the presence of a father in the home is necessary to learn simple geography. Indira asks him what he wanted to be as a child -- a firefighter. He interviews that not having a father was difficult because "you need that manly side," not to mention the geography lessons. Indira has him run and look at the mirror like a fireman and it's awesome.