But then, in more positive things, it's time for the female models to see their Mathu Andersen shots. Yay! Janice's hope is that Mathu's photographs will help her to sell the girls to high-fashion clients in the future. Trisha is first. Janice asks what she thinks. Trisha says that they're amazing. Her photos are really gorgeous. Trisha mentions something about the shoes on the shoot hurting her feet. Janice tells Trisha that she needs to eat, sleep, and live in shoes, because that's the crux of a model. The crux? Really? Janice asks Trisha if she's able to do this, and Trisha says absolutely. Janice says that she sees Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford, and Tatiana Patitz in a new face. All of those models look totally different from one another, but okay. I actually think that she looks most like Claudia Schiffer. Trisha is happy, and says that she thinks Janice finally sees her real potential, and that makes her feel very satisfied.
Stina is next, and almost cries. She says that it's amazing to see herself in a photo that could be in a magazine. Of one particularly lovely photo, Janice says that the shot is perfect, but Stina isn't because there's nothing coming out of her eyes. Stina tells us that she was a psychology major in college, and is a very analytical person. She was being too structured and analytical when she was doing the shoot with Mathu. Janice says that they can only take Stina so far. It's up to her to bring herself to the next level for whatever comes within her. Stina says that she needs to get more comfortable with the camera, and more comfortable with herself. And she should be, because she's so freaking pretty.
Next is Slovakian Petra, whose photos are cool in a really creepy way. Janice asks what she thinks of the shots. Petra says that she likes them, but doesn't love them, and she doesn't know why. Janice says that it's a big mistake for Petra to say that she doesn't love it, because if she doesn't love it, how is Janice supposed to love it? Petra has not yet learned that there is no right answer when it comes to Janice. However, Janice is in love with Petra's photograph. She asks why Petra doesn't love it. Petra says that she's missing something for herself that should be there. Janice says that that's part of what works for the picture -- the blank, devoid of emotion model thing. Petra is jowly like myself and other Slovakian folks. Go, jowly ladies! Petra tells us that the photos didn't come out as poorly as she thought they would, so that's good. She's a real optimist, that one.