Outside, Isaac and Kelly kvetch. Kelly thinks that Johnny doesn't care anymore. You try caring on two hours of sleep. Isaac thinks his outfit is really not working. Kelly also thinks that Reco's design resembles maternity wear. Or, a nightgown, adds Isaac and Kelly agrees in a sort of kiss-ass way. Isaac thinks that Merlin is close to doing something really terrific, but he's choking. He thinks that the sleeves should come down to the knuckles instead of the shortened styling he plans. Isaac thinks that it will make the outfit look like a French Poodle, which my girls Rhonda and Frances take serious offense to.
More high school. Reco was 100 pounds when he graduated. He thought he looked really cute at the time, but now he thinks he looked like a fool. Johnny was in the raver scene. Sweet Jesus, yes he was. Bad. Oh God. The photo. It's like the love child of Adam Lambert and Michelle Rodriguez circa Girlfight, but not nearly as good as I just made that sound. It's like if Britney Spears, after her performance in the Super Bowl Halftime Show where she sang with Aerosmith and N'Sync, were kidnapped by a Columbian drug cartel and made to usher the bowling alley underneath their giant mansion on the compound. This is what I imagine she would have looked like had all of those things happened. We get more of Haven's story -- she became a bad girl by junior year and wasn't allowed to cheer or be in student government. At least she wasn't kidnapped.
Everybody's rushing. Angel looks like she's been crying. She has broken three sewing machine needles on her giant puffy vest. It's so ugly. Just gonna go ahead and say that now. The models arrive and everyone starts getting ready. Designer Charlotte Ronson is our guest judge and has arrived on the front row. She's actually a pretty perfect person for this challenge. There's Fern! Love ya! There's Josh Madden, a fashion stylist who doesn't seem as garish as most. And, there's designer Michelle Sivvy. She's cute. Johnny, who has added fringe to the back of his leggings, asks Haven if he should keep them or not. She says to lose them, but he decides to go with them anyway. He says that, indeed, he doesn't care if they send him home. James-Paul, who is helping Angel sew her vest's final touches, says that she is like a female version of himself. Also, he wants to help her because she is his friend. Aw, that's very sweet. Here's that bald guy who rushes all of the models. I hate that guy. It's time for the show to begin.