Several more people are chosen without the benefit of an introduction. Janice tells one woman that she's too old, but there's something about her, so Janice is taking her on anyway. Janice is going to mold the kids by hand, and they now will have to learn how to walk, talk and think model. Hip hop Marcus is chosen. Janice voices over that recruiting and developing as many models as she can doesn't come at any cost to her or the agency, and it only takes one to make the agency rock. Janice chooses one guy named Tony and asks what he thinks it takes to be a great model. He says confidence, strength, and a sense of humor, before Janice finally tells him that the answer she's looking for is "Character." Tony is, apparently, a character. Brian McMullen is the last one chosen. I don't think we've seen him before. Janice thanks the others, gives them big hugs, and tells them that they have to go. After the trash is out the door, Janice welcomes the chosen ones to her agency and everyone cheers. T.J. says that he's so excited to work with Janice, because Janice has amazing energy and knows people. Lauren thinks that being in the agency is a blessing. Janice tells us that what started out as a disaster turned out to be a great day. She's recruited twelve more models, and now it's time to put everything in motion and educate the models. Janice says that she wants to have an image of representing the finest of the finest.
Some porn music cues the entrance of Mr. Peter Pork. Janice voices over that Peter came back right after the invite-only casting call. This is a lie, because she is wearing yet another entirely different outfit. Janice hopes that Peter is there to accept her as his business partner. I can't stand Peter. He says that he couldn't sleep the night before, and his mind kept racing because of "the possibilities." Uh-huh. He's prepared a few questions to see where Janice is. He asks whether the models that she's chosen have any experience. The answer: No. Are there any bookers? No. Is there an accountant or bookkeeper? No. Is there a bank account? No. Do we have any relationships with the bank? Janice says yes, then changes her answer to maybe, because she doesn't know what this means. Peter asks whether anyone has sued them yet, and he is pleased to hear that no one has. Peter says that he's the business person, so he will take care of the lawsuits. He then says that he thinks this might be a marriage made in heaven. Only if God is a sadist. Janice smiles, says yay, and shakes his hand.