With four hours remaining, they're all jamming. Daniella thinks that Merlin's outfit is gross. "A sweat suit and a yellow pea coat? This is a fashion contest." She's so nasty. Isaac and Kelly enter. They talk to Johnny and congratulate him for using silk instead of his usual burlap or barbed wire. Then, Isaac gives his typical vague, doubt-inspiring nothing answer about the design of the outfit. It's cruel. Johnny interviews that it took this long for him to realize how much he wants this. Isaac thinks that Anna's silhouette is very strong. She agrees that it's a risk for her. James-Paul says that he is thinking of "shapes that are projecting outside of the body." Isaac gets all bug-eyed because he thought Nancy told him to be more practical. This is practical, he says. It's only two pieces. He tells us that no one every understood what he was doing. Reco says that his card means to take structure less seriously, which doesn't really relate to a pantsuit. He interviews that he's been holding back, but he needs to push himself. Merlin presents his travel costume. He interviews that he has been stuck in his career, without recognition. He wants to show what he can do. Outside, Kelly and Isaac discuss how nervous they are. Isaac can't bear losing another one of them.
The next morning, Merlin says he's wearing a kilt. Merlin's never seen one on a man, except a drag queen. Merlin interviews that he will be shocked if Johnny is not eliminated.
Backstage at the show, the designers haul ass. Johnny interviews that he thinks that James-Paul will be going home. James-Paul's model says that Merlin, in his long red skirt, looks like the Pope of Fashion. The audience is starting to file in. There's designer Erin Fetherston. She has some rocking long bangs. There's Patrick McDonald with his eyebrows drawn to his sideburns. We have Andrew Saffir, the founder of Cinema Society. And, our guest judge is Vivienne Tam!! That's awesome. Here comes that mean guy dragging all of the models away.