Cut to Janice soaking her feet as part of a pedicure. Right in the office. And you know, I have a really great 401(k) plan, but I would totally trade it for a weekly mani and pedi in the office. That is bad-ass. Janice voices over that the one model she's put the most risk and faith in is Teresa Cutie. And who should walk in during the pedicure, but Teresa Cutie herself. Janice has called her in so they can begin working on her "transformation." Her hair is shorter and she looks pretty good for someone who is supposedly eating out of trash bins. We flash back to the flash back of Janice meeting Teresa Cutie for the first time, and get the same exact dialogue about it being a perfect fashion moment. And I know that it's probably a real challenge to get Janice to say something that actually makes sense and uses all real words and that sort of thing, but to have the exact same bit of dialogue cuing the same clip in two of three half-hour episodes seems a bit much. Then again, everyone involved with this show probably just assumes that no one's watching it.
Janice tells Teresa that she needs to be able to count on her from nine to five to go to auditions. Janice also tells her that, in order to make it in this industry, Teresa has to get a little work done on her bulbous nose. I would add "take a shower" and "get off the rock" to Teresa's to-do list, as well. Janice says that she's sorry if it's painful for Teresa to hear. Teresa says that she never really liked her nose anyway, so she wouldn't mind a little rhinoplasty. Janice quite sincerely says that she really believes in Teresa, but doesn't know if she has the right to tell Teresa to get a nose job. Janice says that she's set up a consultation with plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Ryan, and that she'll be there holding Teresa's hand the whole time. Janice says that ultimately, this is a decision that Teresa has to make. She interviews that plenty of models have had a nose job and that she thinks it will help Teresa, but that it's a "huge honking decision" to have your honker worked on, and thus not for everybody. Janice really does seem to like Teresa, even if their relationship is doomed for a wire hanger beating of some sort.