Suddenly, the trim room is open! It's a free-for-all as the contestants rush to grab the ugliest things they can find! I see Emil is standing just outside the room and telling Kathy what to get, which seems kind of against the spirit of the trim room to me. Tragically for Tressa, Lady Jumpsuit found a bunch of fur trim. The trim room closes before she can go back for anything else, causing her to pout. The designers attempt to work with the crap the contestants brought back for them. Roberto and Dandy are working well together for a change, so we head over to Kathy, who mentions her nude model and that means we have to see a flashback of him. Uh, no. Don't do that again, Kathy.
Suddenly again, DSqaured2 return with Very Important News! So important, in fact, that it gets a commercial break.
For the DVR-tricking interstitial, we get more of Merle hating Galina from afar. DJ Eric wonders why they call them "pinking shears," and Roberto says something that has to do with Peter Sellers and/or homosexuality. Merle makes fun of him, too.
And the Very Important News is: the winner of this week's challenge gets immunity next week! Well, that's fair, since the winner of last week's challenge got absolutely nothing, not even the first choice in a nude model. Everyone talks about how great immunity is, as if we at home didn't understand.
Then DSquared2 wander around the studio. They stop at DJ Eric and Galina's station and wonder if it's "necessary" to recycle two different fabrics, by which they both mean "why two butt-ugly fabrics instead of your usual one?" "I don't know," DJ Eric mumbles. Over at Merle's station, she explains that her inspiration was the way her nude model showed off her shoulder and arm, and that her outfit is for attending both the Oscars and the Vanity Fair party afterwards.
And then it's over to Lady Jumpsuit's station, where I see she's making yet another ugly outfit. DSquared2 try to hint at this to her, but she doesn't get it, so it will continue to be ugly. At Louanna's station, DSquared2 don't seem to think her design is fancy enough for a night on the town. They take off, and Louanna wonders if they were saying she was supposed to make a gown. No, they said "night on the town," and you made a high-waisted skirt that looks like something a teacher would wear.