Shaggy Doo, whose name is actually Chris Vanek, takes off his clothes, and Janice says, "Good God." Ah, the Janice we know and love! She interviews that a model may walk tall when he or she comes in the door, but she's going to take them apart from head to toenail. She is going to destroy their self esteem and then rebuild it, because the models have to be professional. Thank God every job isn't like that. Janice walks over to Nyabel, who is conspicuously not naked. Janice asks whether she's going to take her clothes off, and Nyabel says no. Oooh, bad. Janice then rants, "I'm going to stake my name to put you on magazines..." -- fine, right? -- "...to put sisters on magazine covers where they belong...." Oh, dear. Isn't that Tyra's territory? Anyway, Janice is appalled that Nyabel isn't going to take her clothes off. Janice tells Nyabel that she has two choices: 1) walk half-naked up to Andre; or 2) walk out the door. With this particularly spine-tingling bit of tension, we head to commercials.
When we return, Janice tells Nyabel that if she walks into Vogue or Harper's Bazaar or Cosmopolitan and refuses an editor's request to take off her clothes, that editor will call Janice and tell her that Nyabel is fired. Janice asks Nyabel again whether she's ready to take her clothes off. The other models cheer her on and one says that they all have work to do. Nyabel caves and walks over to Andre. She interviews that after the earlier incident with Peter she was ready to walk out the door and never come back, but ultimately she decided that she's not a quitter. Rather, she is one who will bring "dramatic tension." Andre circles Nyabel's stomach and notes that there's a little pouch of fat. Nyabel starts to blame it on genetics, and Andre asks her if she doesn't believe that she can change her body. She says that she could, and Janice interjects with, "I will." Nyabel looks at her and gives a triumphant, "I will!" Never have I been so rapt by whether someone is going to do some freaking crunches. God.