DSquared2 run in to open the trim room, saying that they've put animal-inspired fabrics in there but the contestants don't have to use them because they don't want to see a literal interpretation of their animal inspiration like Kathy and her jellyfish kimono last week. The contestants run in and assault each other in their zeal to get what they need in the ten minute time limit. Kevin says "girls was turning into vigilantes," showing that he doesn't know what a vigilante is or that the female contestants are actually women. Meanwhile, the vigilante girls manage to carry huge rolls of fabrics out of the trim room, but he falls on his ass when he tries to do the same.
The trim room is closed and the teams have 25 hours left. Even though Kathy got her zebra print from the trim room, expert Emil says "it's not a good zebra print." Nor does he like that awful African tribal fabric. So he suggests making the outfit black and putting a zebra print in the belt. Kathy thinks they're playing it safe and that's a good thing after they were "crucified" for their experimental jellyfish kimono. Meanwhile, Lady Jumpsuit is worried that her dark fur won't stand out enough but figures that when she's in the bottom three, they'll go in and get a closer look and know it's fur and that'll somehow make it all okay. Way to shoot for the stars, Lady Jumpsuit! Over at Team Dandy, Dandy is worried that Roberto is making his jumper look too much like a dress. Roberto doesn't see why that's a problem, so we have to flash back to 19 minutes ago when DSquared2 said they weren't allowed to make a dress. Dandy insists that his design is not a dress while Roberto says it totally is. Dandy interviews that he's too old to argue with Roberto, who is supposed to be here to work for Dandy.
Roberto gets the DVR-fooling interstitial segment again! He plays with the mice in the center of the studio for all to see. He's named them after himself and his teammate. The Patrick mouse makes an innocuous comment to the Roberto mouse, who becomes irate and storms off loudly and with huge gestures that the Merle mouse criticizes in an interview.