Amanda cries to Sandhurst about having the worst photo and the likelihood of her going home this week. Sandhurst tells her to buck up and fight for what she wants. She says she will. At the go-see, Salome and Jordan pose on furniture. The Vitra guys feel like Salome was sculptural and beautiful, but too dramatic. They liked Jordan and feel that she is the front-runner, though no one has gotten the job. Back at the condo, Sandhurst is saying to all of the models that Salome has the worst walk on the runway. Branden just says that he doesn't like her. Amanda points out that she has been on a ton of castings and has not gotten one job. Then, Jordan and Salome walk in. Sandhurst half-heartedly asks how it went, but Jordan laughingly replies that they don't really care. She interviews that she has a drama radar and can tell that people were talking trash before they walked in. In the bedroom, they mention that Branden wasn't even looking at them when they walked in.
Jonathan gets a call from his wife, Dani. She's running out of money and will not be able to make rent. Ouch. Jonathan says he isn't sure exactly when he'll be home. Later, he tells Salome and Amanda about the call. Amanda asks if there's anyone who can loan Dani money, but Jonathan says that he has too much pride of that. He says that his only option is to win the show. Or, be in an underwear ad for 2(X)ist underwear. Wait. Why won't those people pay up?
The next day, the models are greeted by Tyson on the catwalk. Amanda wonders where Nicole is. Tyson tells that today's catwalk challenge is about accessories, though they get to keep their clothes on this time. He informs them that there's a tradition of using models as living art pieces. He recalls that Viktor & Rolf once draped their models in wing dresses with track lighting. Today, the models will be a part of that tradition. Nicole enters the catwalk wearing a glass globe over her head. She takes it off at the end of the catwalk and tells the models that they will be wearing the same contraption, along with body-conscious clothing. The challenge will be to walk with a steady, confident walk, while wearing the globe thing. Also, something will apparently be in the globe, but they're not telling them what, or who. Until a few minutes later. Butterflies! That's actually a lovely idea, though I wonder if any got smooshed.
Sandhurst walks first and has to keep from laughing, because he's ticklish. The globe cut into Jordan's shoulders and her shoes were too small, so there was no danger of her laughing. Branden was worried. He fogged up the globe, he was stiff-- he felt like it sucked. Mountaha is next and the butterflies really worked for her. They frame her face beautifully. She says that she felt so peaceful and beautiful on the runway. Amanda says that she is one of the most deserving people in the competition, because she can do anything. Anything requiring an "Eff Me" face. Salome walks and Perou remarks, "She's still got the wobble." I guess Sandhurst was right. She poses before she leaves the catwalk and it doesn't look like Perou likes that. Jonathan is up and interviews that he is desperate to give his wife and child everything they could want.