Isaac says that winning this competition could be the most important thing to happen to them in their entire lives! When he's in a stressful situation, there's something special that he likes to do. He tells them to meet him and Kelly at a location on 29th Street. Fight Club! While the designers are walking, James-Paul is afraid of getting shot. It's not that bad of a neighborhood. Then they arrive at their destination -- a psychic. Inside, in an impossibly large studio, Isaac and Kelly introduce the designers to psychic Nancy Stark. "One of the great psychics of our day." Hmm.
Johnny gets a Tarot reading first. James-Paul finds it "witchcrafty." Johnny chooses a card, the Six of Swords. She says that he will be traveling, which makes everyone gasp. They think that this means that he's going home. Johnny interviews that he needs to give himself more credit. Reco is next. He chooses the Four of Pentacles. He reminisces about The Craft. Nancy tells him that he needs to let go of constraints, though he has great possibilities. Daniella is next and chooses the Six of Pentacles. Nancy says that she needs to trust in her own creativity more. Daniella tells a story about how she was "an artist as a child." She was in kindergarten, and her teacher called her mother to tell her that, while the other children were playing with blocks, Daniella was drawing. SAVANT! That's a sign of some sort of molten genius if I've ever heard of it. James-Paul chooses The High Priestess. She tells him that it's a sign of intuition, but he should try to be more practical (which makes everyone give a look to the other). Anna chooses the Four of Cups. It represents love and affection (I love that song) but also nature. Merlin chooses the Six of Swords as well. The same card as Johnny. She says that he's going somewhere and there's competition involved. He thinks she's telling him that he's moving to the next level in his career.