And then there's Grayce, who's also all sheepish about posing nude. She tells Janice that she's uncomfortable with it, and that she'll do bikini. Well that's big of her. Janice pounds her thigh as she says that she's looking for legends. She wants to promote all of her passion and energy into girls. I don't know what that means, unless she's finally turning full-on lez. And I can't speak for the entire gay community, but personally I wouldn't mind having Janice on my team. Janice tells Grayce to go to another agency if that's how she feels. She thinks the world of Grayce, but says that she can't live like that. She can't live with Grayce refusing to get naked? More fuel for the girl-on-girl fire. Grayce tells us that Janice is hounding her to conform to the mold that she wants in her agency, but Grayce feels like she's constantly not fitting the mold. Janice tells Grayce that she respects her decision, but if she doesn't want to get nude, she shouldn't be a model. She tells Grayce to take it or leave it, and either do the shoot, do Janice, or hit the door. Will Grayce turn lesbian just to keep her spot in the newly minted Janice NoDickinson agency? We'll find out after commercials!
When we return, Grayce tells Bryan that if she doesn't get naked, she's cut. Bryan says that if that's not something that she feels comfortable doing, she should walk out the door. Grayce tells us that it's hard to think about walking away from something that she's put so much time and effort into, but her own happiness is more important than degrading what she believes just to be in an agency. Janice has no truck with people who are ashamed of their bodies. As Grayce leaves, Janice tells her that it's a tough, cutthroat industry, and gives a very un-sorry, "Sorry." Janice is mad that Grayce wasted her time. I am, too. Grayce was pretty, but boring.