Danielle wishes that her blouse were more sheer. Michael doesn't think it's modern enough. Kerry breaks through the cloud of hate and says that she actually thinks it's pretty, but she doesn't think it's for Nina. Joanna, sounding like Fagan from Oliver!, says that the model looks depressed and Danielle probably will be too after this.
Backstage, Viktor is fuming over Anya's praise. He wants her to be found out. People actually thought that Julie would be in the top, but she is not. Remember that.
The judges confer. Nina thinks that Danielle was too ambitious. Joanna is a total fucking bitch! I'd like to see her stitch some high fashion in 24 hours. They hated Cecilia's design and her attitude. Michael thinks that Julie had a good idea but used the wrong materials. Joanna makes some stupid joke about how Julie's horrible dress coat is a droat. Heidi points out that Michael has said that Julie is great but she keeps getting worse. I seriously loved the stuff she displayed to get into the competition.
Nina liked Viktor's look. Michael thought it was nice too. Michael loved the cut of the jumpsuit. Nina loved that Anya was so quick on her feet with changing the color. Joanna says that Kimberly's top is what this show is all about.
The designers return to the stage. Nina says that Kimberly is the winner of the challenge! Viktor and Anya are in too. Then, Danielle. It's down to Julie and Cecilia. Heidi says that they question Cecilia's attitude too. She's...in. Bye Julie! That's horrible. I love Julie. Backstage, Cecilia says that she feels bad Julie is going home because she wants to be there more than her. Tim sends Julie to the workroom. She says that she doesn't know where she's going to go, but she's OK with that. I love you, Julie!
Later, Kimberly goes to the Hearst Building and sees Nina, who is wearing her outfit. She says that she got so many compliments that day! Then, she goes down to a cab and is met by a taxi with her outfit on top! She screams with glee. OK, next week has people falling down. I love people falling down.
Jeff Long is a writer/performer living in Brooklyn. He can be reached at email@example.com.