Then, it's time for the men. Janice tries to get them riled up when they come in by saying that Ed Hardy is all about having fun and riding motorcycles and ENERGY ENERGY ENERGY!!!! Janice then tells us that the guys were even worse than the girls and made no effort to impress the client. We see Andrew, Tony, and T.J. from Utah, and they all do look pretty bad. Janice interviews that T.J. looked like he had just rolled out of bed after a long night of drinking. She's familiar with that look, since it has graced her mirror for the last thirty-five years. Janice tells T.J., "Go get hookers or whatever you have to do to loosen up." I don't know if she's trying to impress Christian or banking on the fact that his English isn't so good. T.J. tells us that he's supposed to be walking another runway right now, to graduate from college, but instead he's there getting his ass chewed out by Janice. I honestly don't see how that's Janice's fault. ["Also, if he does ever graduate from college, he's going to be pretty disappointed to learn that it's a stage, not a runway, and it doesn't really matter how fierce you look doing it." -- Wing Chun]
We then get an interview from Christian, who says that in the beginning of the call, it was difficult because the girls were dressed so casually. He decided to put some Ed Hardy clothes on them for a change. I will say that the folks at Ed Hardy really know how to cut a t-shirt. The girls are all wearing underwear and cut t-shirts, and basically look like truck stop whores. Janice says that if you're going to Ralph Lauren, you wear your Polo shirt, and that if you go to Ed Hardy, you need to look slammin'. Or, like a whore. Same difference, I guess.
Then, it's time for the first cut for the men. Both T.J.s are cut. T.J. is all mad because he missed his graduation ceremony for nothing. He will never be able to do it again. It is true that you only move on from sixth grade once in your life.