DSquared2 check up on the teams. Kevin says he's making a pleated jumpsuit and interviews something that makes no sense at all about why he likes the pleated jumpsuit look. Akiko clearly hates Kevin, and interviews that while Kevin is confident, he also "doesn't know anything." Team Dandy are next. Dandy shows DSquared2 his green jumper-sari (not dress!) which has a snake head design on it that DSquared2 clearly hate. One of them actually looks at the camera and smiles while trying to withhold laughter. Awesome. They hint that he's being way too literal. He appears not to understand what they're talking about. So they head for L. Marilyn. She says that she's taken inspiration from the tarantula's exoskeleton in her design by having an open seam in the sleeve and possibly a pant leg. DSquared2 don't like the pant leg plan. DJ Eric is next. He says the colorfulness of the toucan inspired him and then shows them an outfit that uses none of the toucan's colors and also peacock feathers. Peacock ≠ toucan, DSqaured2 point out. "It's a bird and we have those feathers," DJ Eric mumbles.
We head for Kathy next. She says they're trying not to be "too literal" by only using the zebra fabric as a belt. DSquared2 wonder if they'll be finished in time. Lady Jumpsuit says she was inspired by the chinchilla being a "little round ball." Because who doesn't want to dress like a little round ball? Great plan, Lady Jumpsuit. DSquared2 don't seem thrilled with her idea, although what exactly they aren't happy with remains a mystery to both Lady Jumpsuit and us. With that, everyone goes home for the night.
The next morning, there are just 9 hours to go. Kevin says that the details of his design are time-consuming. Then he calls them "buhsketti straps." You know, like how you pronounced spaghetti when you were five years old. Is Kevin retarded? Akiko complains that Kevin is breathing down her neck. Mouth-breathing, I'm sure. Kathy, meanwhile, lights a bunch of stupid candles and talks some bullshit about ancestors coming in or whatever. Because that's what your ancestors want to be sucked down from the afterlife for: to watch you compete on a reality show. Merle interviews that she understands the importance of burning sage and getting rid of bad vibes and all, but not when you're in an enclosed space with a bunch of other people and no windows. For real. That shit gives me a headache. I went to a liberal arts college and had a headache for four straight years because of my classmates' need to burn incense all the damn time. Merle stops by Kathy's station and coughs on her while complaining that her eyes are burning. Kathy puts all of her flames out and Kevin interviews that in his experience, smoke means weed party time.