Next, it's time for Fargo. Janice says that they should shoot Fargo chic. She explains that Fargo has been a huge point of contention between her and Peter from the beginning. Janice wants art (according to Janice, who must have conveniently forgotten how she made her models crawl on a table in their underwear) and Peter wants commercial. Janice wants to try to get away from Fargo's southern California thing to see if they can pull an elegant look out of her. Janice says that she doesn't want Playboy models in her agency because she's running a high fashion agency. Who had Frederick's of Hollywood as a potential client. Janice also thinks that she invented Mrs. Dash. Fargo comes out in a little black dress with her hair slicked back and a ton of makeup on. Janice says that she looks beautiful and elegant and that this should be her signature look. And...yeah, I don't know. When the tops and sides of your two fake breasts pop up over every style of neckline, it's really hard to pull off elegant. Janice says that she took Fargo out of her element and there was immediate, positive change. But really, again with the boobs. She'd look much better without them. She's actually a pretty girl, though. Fargo says that she's had so much drama, moving to L.A. from Fargo and leaving her old life behind. And, she doesn't add, with Janice hating her. Janice says that Fargo really transformed before her eyes, and that she underestimated Fargo's versatility. We do end with a shot of Fargo with her legs crossed and one hooked over the arm of a chair which is pretty cool.
Next is Marcus, whose charisma, according to Janice, sells him every time. However, she says, he's got to shake his attitude. Janice tells him that he needs to show some commercialism in him so that they can see him on billboards, and not gangster stuff. Marcus kind of sasses her.