The models come pouring into the room and their visit is ill timed, because few of the designers have anything to put on them yet. Logan's jeans are too small for his fat ass model. (Kidding! But seriously Celine did you need that extra taco? Kidding. But think about it.) Gordana's necklace looks fabulous on her model, but there is no dress in sight. Irina takes some time out of her busy day to explain that all the other designers are far inferior to her and lack her drive to make clothes really well. Carol Hannah cuts in to explain that Irina is not here to make friends. Um, yeah, I am pretty sure we all noticed that. Nicolas explains that he has never worked with jersey before and he isn't liking the drape or the look of the fabric. Hmm. Guess you should have chosen something you were familiar with, then, eh? What, Mood was out of white material? WHY ARE YOU SO STUPID? All eyes then turn to Christopher's garment and Althea can't help but opine that if Christopher sends his dress down the runway and doesn't get sent home she will be surprised. Luckily Christopher is listening to the thoughts in Althea's head and realizes his dress screams Lutheran fellowship hall or as he says "Little House on the Prairie". He rethinks and then hacks twenty inches off the bottom of his dress. It's amazing how twenty inches can take a dress from Lutheran to just ugly.
It is midnight and the designers are dragged kicking and screaming from the workroom and returned to their apartments. They all (yes, including Irina, who is probably only mean behind the backs of her co-workers, which I'm sure makes it so much nicer) grab a glass of wine and try to un-whine. Nicolas loves all the other designers and doesn't want anyone to go home because he feels that they are all really great designers. He appears to include Christopher in that description, but he could just be trying to be nice. Althea has really let her hair down in this challenge (literally) and it kind of looks like a platinum Loretta Lynn mullet. It is pretty impressively voluptuous. Carol Hannah and Althea add to Nicolas's ode to contestants. They both think that they will miss whoever gets sent home despite the fact that they will be one step closer to Bryant Park. Although their platitudes are boring and clichéd and repeated on every single competitive reality show ever produced (yes, including, I Love Money) it is nice that the producers actually show us something besides simply sewing, because frankly there is a public television show for that. I think it is called "Simply Sewing."