And now for evaluation. Tory Burch herself appears as this week's guest judge. Kate takes point for Team 1's presentation. The spread is pretty basic, with blocky letters spelling out their title at a bias and the model sporting the dress while leaning one leg against the TV set. Kate immediately indicates the television is their focal point. Anne asks who conceptualized the shoot, and Danielle and Ashlie happily foist the responsibility on Kate's shoulders. Joe Zee notices Megan shaking her head, and she admits she wanted to make a more modern, less literal spread. Tory chips in that the dress was actually not retro-inspired but likes the finished spread. Megan is suddenly more than happy to jump back on board.
Joe Zee asks how they worked as a group. Megan says they all worked on the final product together. At that, Kate sees her one shot at bus-throwing, even though things seem to be going well. It's actually a pretty amazing skill she has there. Kate parses Megan's assertion, agreeing that Megan worked on the end product but selling her out for walking off the photo shoot. She harshly claims Megan had no input. Megan fights fire with fire, lying that she never removed herself from the project. Cue flashback of her sitting on the sideline. Danielle calls her out on that fib, so Megan saves face by saying that, ultimately, she wouldn't have gone along with the concept if she hated it. Unlike some people. Anne begins her appraisal. She agrees with Megan's idea that her teammates were too literal, but she likes the TV and thinks the spread worked. Everybody wins! Joe Zee sums up his years of producing photo shoots to advise Megan that walking away from a job is never acceptable.
On to Team 2. Johanna explains the concept and -- Dear sweet lord, that 'G' is huge! Across from it, the model stares into space in front of the lamp-table and a bunch of mannequins. It is quite catalog-like, to be honest. Anne asks who took the lead, and everyone points to Dyshaun. Joe Zee asks how they chose props, so Johanna explains her part in that element. Anne asks William what he contributed, and he natters on about all sorts of random things. Devin vigorously adds that they all contributed, which only makes it all the more clear that she did nothing. Insert obvious voiceover of Anne asking, "Devin, what was your contribution?" Devin discovers a fourth 'C' -- collaborative! -- and gives no specifics.