Results time. Nekisa's client has blue hair and magenta bangs, and Kim tells her it's not vibrant and she should have used some colored hair pieces at well. She just won't shut up with the excuses. Kim adores Dee's Bird of Paradise. The cut is a bob that's long in front and there are a lot of chunky reds and yellows. Nicole bleached her client's black hair and then just did it all bright red. She actually found a way to make neon-toned hair boring. Glenn did a weird layered thing and Kim accurately calls it a matchstick. Paulo's client has no color in her hair: he over-processed it so it came out black. Charlie did his client's hair in a huge updo that shows off the reds and purples nicely. Daniel admits he's out of his element with this but loves the red streaks he gave his client. The bottom two are Paulo and Nekisa, who actually has the gall to say that her hair was great and this is unfair. That's going to endear her during judging later. Paulo's the ultimate loser. Dee and Charlie are the top two, with Charlie the ultimate victor. Dee is pissed beyond belief and goes off in an interview about what bullshit it was. She fumes while Jaclyn explains that Charlie will have a special role in the elimination challenge in which he will have immunity but also won't be able to win. She then notices that Nekisa is starting to have a meltdown about how frustrated she is, and Nekisa doesn't take Jaclyn's suggestion that criticism helps someone grow very gracefully, shooting back that she's huge now. Well, her ego is, anyway.
Daniel doesn't want to go home, saying it's going to be an, "Alabama dogfight." Nekisa rants and raves about her latest loss while Charlie winds her up until she starts hurling expletives at him. Unfortunately he is unflappable and admits to the camera that when he gets bored he goes after her because she's an easy target. He's a giant douche, but weirdly I respect his honesty. He tells her that basically she's still there because she's hot and they want that on TV, and she comes back with the always effective and imaginative, "Fuck you!" Everyone else just seems amused by the goings-on.
The next day they get into the salon and wonder a while about a box sitting on the table in front of them. After a moment a voice says, "Good morning, stylists!" It's Rene, and he narrates about the "seven little stylists" a la Charlie's Angels while the theme song plays in the background. He then immediately starts in to the actual Charlie's Angels narration and introduces Jaclyn. Everyone is excited beyond belief as she tells them it's time for the Charlie's Angel's Challenge, but she douses the excitement when she says they'll be in teams. Each team will have three women, representing the angels. They are to reinvent the signature hairstyles from the show. Though they're working in teams they'll be judged individually, and none other than Charlie himself gets to assign the pairs since he won the color challenge. You can imagine everyone's excitement.