Here we have Daniella and Haven. Isaac asks her about the gray, which now has another "brighter" gray overlay. Daniella says that she likes it, because it's unexpected. Isaac's face is pinched. He asks Haven what she thinks. "Gloomy," she says. Isaac doesn't agree per se, but says that gloomy is never good. He wishes her luck like she is about to die then walks away. Daniella mutters that, of course it's gloomy, it's a thunderstorm. Touché. She interviews that she just "graduated from University." We don't do that. It's college. Don't be an ass. Anyhoo, she says that this is a big moment for her. She had always imagined that she would make it to the final four, but now she's not so sure.
We see Andrew asking Reco some questions about his design, but he just brushes him off. Reco interviews that Andrew is a sweet guy, but he doesn't want any help on his final design. Merlin notices that Reco is not using Andrew at all. Reco acknowledges that he chose Andrew because he's cute. Inspiration! Merlin, who is seriously mental, screams in his interview that Andrew is relaxing and ENJOYING THE VIEW. HA! HA! HA! He is so frightening.
Early the next morning, James-Paul gets a phone call at Le Parker Meridien. It's Kelly and, in the most adorable sleepy voice ever, he says, "Hey, Kelly!" She reminds the designers that this is a very big day for them and she tells James-Paul that she wants them to dress to the nines. He delivers Kelly's orders to everyone. Reco interviews that he's from Chattanooga (a place I love! Summer camp!), and he has a lot to prove.
At the workroom, the designers apply their finishing touches. Daniella has returned to her vision of an entirely charcoal gray number. Haven tells her that, if they hadn't tried the extra color, they wouldn't have been convinced of the original concept. She interviews that she wants Daniella to win the challenge. Daniella interviews that she loves Haven, but she needs to follow her own intuition right now. Merlin says that he will be devastated if James-Paul doesn't make it to the final four, because he is a true designer with originality and style.