The models arrive at the shoot -- it's at a home with a pool. It looks like it's cold outside, too. They're trying to kill the models. Tyson and Nicole are waiting for them. Nicole, wearing a fur, says that it's 45 degrees outside, so "why not a pool party?" Oh, you want to be supermodels? I'll make you a supermodel. It requires freezing your heart and replacing your blood with antifreeze. You'll live forever. Tyson explains that you never know what a photographer is going to ask for, so you have to be prepared to face your biggest fear. He introduces Howard Schatz, whose work has appeared in Vogue, GQ, and New York Times Magazine. He takes underwater shots that look really beautiful. And, judging on looks, he looks like a normal person. He tells them that they're going to be using multi-colored nets to created a fashion photo. Nicole articulates the photo challenge as having to perform under a difficult situation.
The shivering models change into skimpy swimsuits, then hurry into a heated pool. Schatz teaches them to push the air out of their lungs so that they can sink underwater. Salome is having issues. She's floating while everyone else is sitting on the bottom of the pool. Amanda interviews that it might be beneficial for her if Salome screws up. That's nasty. Salome interviews that she's scared and it's habit for her to try to get her head out of water as soon as it's submerged. The other models get dressed for the shoot while Schatz spends some more time with Salome. He lets her spend some time by herself, trying to get the hang of dunking her head under water.
The models are going to be wearing underwater make-up that will stay on for 85 minutes. Branden says to Colin that he's glad that they are going to be wearing clothes for the shoot instead of Speedos. Colin agrees and it's NOT because they don't have bathing suit bodies. Seriously, he said that. I think his body looks fine in a bathing suit. Imagine spending every day half naked beside Jonathan and Sandhurst, though. You'd start to have issues. Salome is still struggling in the pool.
Jonathan steps into the pool fully dressed while Salome is still practicing dunking her head. Schatz tells him to have fun for the shoot. Jonathan interviews that he pretended that he was being mauled. Still looks good. He tells the other models that they are going to have a blast. Sandhurst is next and stops to coach Salome. He tells her that she should act as if she controls the water. She doesn't soak up all of the attention in the pool, though, and tells him to go take his photo. Schatz tells Sandhurst to convey determination and he interviews that this shoot was made for him. Schatz gives him some small adjustments and he takes the direction well. Schatz says that Sandhurst is a natural and creative.