Then, we go back to the rest of the guys walking. Marcus Foy goes first. But before he begins, he takes a moment of pause and -- you guessed it -- starts to beatbox. It seems laughable at first, but he does it with such panache that eventually you're like, "How could anyone possibly walk without beatboxing?" He tells us that the beatboxing gave him a rhythm to walk by and put him in a relaxed zone. Ancient yogis were also fond of this technique. John and Chris go next, in something of a battle of the greasies. Then there's Billy, Andrew, Marlon, Bryan, and Chris. Andrew says that the beatboxing helped him. Eventually, they finish, and Janice tells them that two of them need to go. Marlon is the first to be cut, and says that he's not disappointed, because with every "no" you get, there are "yes"es to come. That's all kind of theoretical at this point, but it's cute that he has a shred of confidence left. Bryan was also cut. He says that his height of 5'11" puts him at a bit of a disadvantage because most runway shows book models who are 6'2" or so, but Janice is always telling him that he has a great walk, so that's why he's still keeping at it.
This all means that the male models chosen are Chris Jones, Chris Vanek, Marcus, Andrew, and John. John interviews that, not to toot his own horn, but he's booked every single audition that he's had with Janice. As he's saying this, he has one ear poking out of his greasy hair and looks more like a hobbit than ever. That look is in for 2006, I guess. Cut to Christian, who says that they are going to take two additional guys to do some work for their website. Janice is happy about this. Paul and Billy are chosen to do the photo shoot. Janice tells us that Billy has universal appeal and looks like Tom Cruise, Colin Farrell, and "Marcus Shakinbacon" all rolled into one. I kind of think he looks like a neo-Nazi. Neo-Nazis and hobbits. This is the niche for Janice's agency.
Janice says that it's time for the girls, and tells the boys to go play in traffic. The girls have apparently been standing out on the street in their ripped t-shirts and underwear. Good times. Janice tells Christian that they need five girls. Shouldn't he be telling her how many models he needs? Christian goes through and picks five, but then sees Sarah and asks her to join the fold, too. This means that someone will have to be eliminated. Janice, in yet another interview scenario slash outfit, confirms this for us, and then we head to commercials.