And finally, we head over to L. Marilyn, who is creating a "modern caftan" for fat people. Well, she said it more delicately than that, but that's what she meant. Coco clearly doesn't like it or L. Marilyn, and so bitches and complains about every point in L. Marilyn's design. Before any of that drama can get underway, we fly over to Team Dandy, where Roberto is telling Patrick to sew something himself, much to Patrick's horror. And then everyone takes off for the night.
The next morning, they come back and begin assembling their designs. Julie got up on the wrong side of the bed and snaps at David when he tries to explain how he wants the shorts of his piece to look. "What do you want from me?" he asks in an interview. I think she wants you to put a freaking sentence together when you talk to her, David. He may know how to design a structure, but he has no idea how to structure a sentence. Lady Jumpsuit, meanwhile, wants to take the butterfly silhouette to a whole new level with a "broken butterfly wing," which she says is "so tragic but it's so beautiful." I bet she wrote terrible angsty poems when she was in high school.
With 24 hours to go, DSquared2 return to open the trim room for ten freaking minutes. The designers run inside. David says his time in the trim room is especially important because his baseline fabrics are all dark and not beachy looking, so he's depending on trims to lighten things up. Lady Jumpsuit grabs a roll of fabric and shows her true colors when she drops her stupid airy manner of speaking and harshly tells Kevin to "move it!" David doesn't find any useful fabrics as we see him walking out with a roll of something gray. He never learns. The trim room is closed, but DSquared2 haven't come up with a stupid Italian phrase for that yet so they just make buzzer sounds.
Over at L. Marilyn's table, she and Coco are still passive-aggressively butting heads. That's about it.
Oh! Interstitial DVR-trickery moment! Roberto removes his sunglasses and gives himself a pompadour, then tells everyone that it's an homage to Valentino, who came to his godfamily's house for dinner once. Merle doesn't appreciate Roberto's name-dropping, even though she herself is a walking homage to Peg Bundy.