We cut to Janice sitting at her desk and looking perturbed. She starts tearing up, and says that she has so much passion for what she does when she sees it, but she's not seeing it. She says that she'll go to South Beach or New York, but she's not seeing it here. Nathan walks around in the calm manner of one who has seen this at least thrice daily for his entire life. Janice says, "I'll go to gay bars, I will go to the moon if I can find one girl who is the next Iman or Naomi or Giselle." I wonder how old Janice was when astronauts first landed on the Gay Bar in 1968. Nathan just kind of looks at her as Janice tearfully says that maybe she's just not cut out to do this shit. We head to commercials.
When we return, Janice tells us that six or seven good models came in back to back, and they started to make everything gel and happen. Most of the ones that we see in a quick montage actually don't look that great, but then what do I know. Janice tells an ethereal pale blonde woman that her shoot was hot, and puts her hands up in a victorious manner. Good times.
Janice sits with her lackeys. She is wearing an entirely different outfit, so who knows which day it is. They review the photographs of the models. Janice says to the others that Marcus was cute. She notes that she needs to round out the agency so they have catalogue, runway, advertising and spokespeople. Janice asks the lackeys if they are "in agreeance." Everyone is, apparently, in agreeance.
Janice calls the models in and tells them to gather round. She says that nine hundred years ago she walked through a room and got rejected "more than any human being possible." Rejected, injected, it's all the same. She was told that she was too ethnic, too old, or too young. Janice calls up Lauren, the pale blonde girl, and says that she's the pick of the day. There's something inside her eyes, and she has both the capital "I-T" and "je ne sais quoi." Janice welcomes Lauren to the Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. Janice then asks whether there's a guy named Soren in the crowd. Indeed, it is Soren/Serene/Daniel, who is the male number two pick. He is also welcomed to the Janice Dickinson Agency. Janice says that she likes the tears in his eyes, because she thinks he's real. I think those tears indicate that Soren/Serene/Daniel is cognizant of what he's getting himself into. Next is someone whose name, I think, is Christian something. He's shaggy and kind of androgynous. Then T.J. Bates, the guy from Utah, gets picked. Janice voices over that all of these models may not necessary look like models now, but she can see it. She says that you can find a model at the car wash, at a deli, on the golf course, or in a subway. Janice can even see potential in those who don't know they can be models, and people who are imaginary.