Previously: The models were challenged. And, they had to take photographs like they were part of the British mod era. Salome won the photo challenge and immunity, and Laury got real pissed off about it. Mostly because she'd just been told that Tyson & Co. are NOT going to be able to make her a supermodel. Lame way to go out, Laury. Of course, it was also double elimination week, which meant Kerryn went home, too. Instead of Amanda. Boo.
Celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh is filling in for Perou this week. OK people, I know my fair share of people who do things really well that are kind of celebrities, but Harry Josh is the MOST ridiculous name that I've ever heard. I don't care if he's endorsed by Michelle Obama, that's a stupid fucking name. Sorry, Harry, as if that's your birth name. Fine, e-mail me because you're his cousin -- it's still a stupid name. Also, Maggie Rizer is replacing Catherine Malandrino again. She's a really busy lady, this Madame Malandrino. Perhaps too busy to have committed to being on this show in the first place? Time will tell. Oh, wait, it did.
I didn't notice in the beginning that Jonathan had short hair in the credits even though it was long when we met him. That says something about me that is foundation-shaking and career-threatening. It's morning time at the condos across the street from my gym, and Jonathan's absurdly ripped torso is shutting off his alarm clock. He interviews, "And then there were eight," and I don't see why he had to have a shirt on for that interview. There's Branden poking around for some "real bacon" in the kitchen. Does anyone have the feeling that they're trying to set up that Branden is somehow out of shape? They showed him stuffing his face once when Jonathan was working out, they showed him sticking his belly out at some fitting -- this dude is not a slob. I love this industry. Hot, sickly hot Branden is going to feel body-conscious. Horrible for me to be happy about that, I know. Sandhurst is sad that Laury left, but he knows that the competition is getting stiff. He adds that Amanda has had several passes. Hopefully, that's a set-up for Amanda getting kicked off, which is likely from the promos of her molesting a horse. We've all seen it several thousand times now, yes?
Amanda tells Colin that it's turning into a "real competition." Damn, she loves to talk about the competition. Just be a good model. Stop fucking everything with your eyes. She's like the Anoop Desai of models. Colin tells us this story about how all of the other models are still better than him, but his learning trajectory is really steep. Fancy example, but we'll see. He tells Amanda that he's NOT going home this week.