Stephanie reminds us in an interview that she's a feminist, and an intellectual. I take issue, as no smart woman would ever walk around in freezing weather wearing a halter dress and knocking her knees together. Tyson thinks she looks amazing, and Lee agrees, saying she's his favorite so far. I'm not seeing it. Stephanie, however, has now tasted the glamorous life in her purple tights and doesn't want to go home, ever. "Does anyone have any boob tape?" someone asks off-camera, and it is the most interesting thing that's happened in eight minutes.
Cute, cute Ronnie, now with significantly less tan, says that everyone poses a threat, and he knows the game is now on. And who's on her best game? Shannon, who makes some cringe-inducing remarks about how she has always been creative and came out of the womb loving art. Sigh. Anyway. She's up next and absolutely kills it. "That's like, a lot of woman right there, huh?" Tyson says to Lee. "She got legs for daaaaays." It's quite true. The camera catches her from underneath and she looks as tall as a skyscraper. "When I come back as a woman," Tyson says, "I want legs like that." May I say, coming from a race of giants myself and clocking in at six feet, I appreciate the celebration of tallness. Not so great when I was thirteen; awesome now.
Jacki interviews that she is currently working for the Marriott, and then proceeds to say that she's fine with it, but couldn't possibly do it forever, much less for the next two years. Hope your boss isn't watching, Jacki, damn. They've given her a rather glam dress, and she works it well. I mean, as well as a scarecrow wearing a dress in Times Square can work it. What? Even Lee says she's too thin. "Bony," he calls her, and while I agree, it also just makes me want to throw the remote because, dang, do they want them to be skinny, or not?