After the break, it's time for DSquared2 to stop by the designers' stations and see what's going on. L. Marilyn is first, and they ask her if she and Coco are on "the same page." Of course they aren't! Coco says she's tired and this show is somehow affecting her health. DSquared2 don't know what to do about this, so they just move on to Kevin's station. He tries to describe his outfit while expert Akiko rolls her eyes and interviews that Kevin doesn't know anything about "the fashion world," and God does she wish she was on Project Runway. Kevin rambles on about how his line is called "London" because of forgetting Paris and "you go, girl!" "Help me!" Akiko says to DSquared2. They do not. Instead, they head for Kathy's station, where I see she has some kind of faux Native American nature feather candle placemat set up. Is the lit candle supposed to be like an eternal flame or something? It seems like a really bad idea what with all the no doubt flammable fabric waving around in there. If Kathy burns down the loft, then she gets my vote for favorite contestant designer. We get a good look at the earpiece feeding DSquared2 their lines as they ask her if she really needs her piece to have fabric tentacles. Obviously, they don't think so.
Lady Jumpsuit talks about her mosaic and butterflies and appliqués. "It's a lot of work," DSquared2 laugh at her. They move on to Eric and Galina as Merle watches, so wanting to tattle on Galina. Eric and Galina say they're working well together and should be done in time. Boring! Let's see how David is doing. He explains his "vintage jumper" to DSquared2, who immediately disapprove of David's dark fabrics and complex patterns. They tell him to think like a designer instead of an architect. Well, he has like 16 hours left and no way to get any colorful fabrics, so that advice is pretty much useless at this point. But thanks, guys. David says that's impossible for him to think like a designer and not an architect because he is an architect. Good thing he went on this show, then. Did he and Jim wander into the casting call thinking it was a Starbucks and get cast accidentally or something? And with 14 hours left, it's time to go to bed again.
6 hours to go, and they're back to work and freaking out about having so much to do and so little time. Roberto nags Patrick to do some sewing, and Patrick actually stands up to Roberto and refuses, saying he'd rather watch Roberto do the sewing so he can learn by observing. At L. Marilyn's table, Coco got an attitude adjustment that was most likely the producers reminding her that she can win $50,000 if she stops being a brat. So she says she's sticking with L. Marilyn and working with her. They hug. BORING! Let's go back to Team Dandy, where Roberto has draped a peacock feather boa over the dress. Patrick doesn't like it because it's not part of his vision. Roberto seems to think that they're working together on this and gets all pissy, saying that he cancelled three shows to be here and he wants to create a "we" line, not a "me" line. "Me" as in Patrick. Meanwhile, Eric is creating a "me" line with the "me" being Galina. I'll bet Roberto would have loved working with Eric, who is clueless about all of this stuff and knows it. Patrick reminds Roberto that this show is about launching "my," as in Patrick's, line. Roberto responds to this by ripping Patrick's logo off the shelf. It takes him a while to do it because that thing is really nailed on there, but he eventually succeeds and tosses the logo on the floor. Patrick runs away to cry and/or stop himself from ripping Roberto's face off.