America's Next Top Model

Season 3 Episode 12

The Girl Who Didn't Hug Goodbye

Aired Friday 9:00 PM Dec 08, 2004 on The CW
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Episode Summary

It's down to the final four girls and they are given a lesson in Tokyo street fashion. And for the first time on America's Next Top Model a girl is late for a challenge, and it might cost her more than she thinks.

Who was the Episode MVP ?

    Janice Dickinson

    Janice Dickinson


    Tyra Banks

    Tyra Banks


    Nigel Barker

    Nigel Barker

    Judge/Photographer (2+)

    Jay Manuel

    Jay Manuel

    Art Director/Makeup Artist

    Nolé Marin

    Nolé Marin

    Judge/Stylist (3+)

    Amanda Swafford

    Amanda Swafford

    Contestant/3rd Place

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (4)

      • The tank top Ann wears to juding is so sheer her nipples had to be blurred out.

      • Call out order:


        Eva and Ann were in the bottom two; Eva for for not accepting criticism and Ann for not wanting to be a model badly enough. In the end, Ann is sent home.

      • This episode is named for Ann, who didn't hug Eva goodbye when she was eliminated.

      • Eva won the competition which was to create the best look that represents Tokyo street style. As a prize, she received a pearl necklace from jewelry designer Toyohiko Mikimoto. Eva shared the prize with Ann.

    • QUOTES (7)

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Ann: This is door number 1. Do you want to keep this or do you want to give it up and take door number 2?

        Ann is referencing the 60's game show Let's Make A Deal, where contestants could swap prizes for an unknown prizes behind doors.

      • Amanda: Mrs. Sawa wearing her little Mr. Potato Head hat.

        Mr. Potato Head is a popular children's toy that was first introduced in 1952. Mr. Potato Head is a plastic potato shape with holes that acts as the body. It comes with various accessories such as eyes, ears, shoes, earrings, etc. that are plugged into the holes to make different looks. The popularity of Mr. Potato Head skyrocketed when he was one of the main toys featured in Disney/Pixtar's Toy Story.