Laura interviews that the designers knew that something was "wrong." The mannequins are like, "We got your back, girl." Vincent doesn't know why he's there, and Heidi isn't telling him anything. First, she's going to bring out the second "guest."
It's Angela. Of course it's Angela. And thank you, Jesus -- she's wearing one of those ridiculous Jubilee Jumbles skirts. In the words of Julia Roberts as she was about to hand Denzel Washington his Academy Award for Malcolm X...because, come on, no one was ever going to win an Oscar for Training Day. It's called a make-up. Like Al Pacino winning for Scent of a Woman. So anyway, Julia said, "I love my life." And I'm loving my life watching fucking Angela walk out with that ridiculous skirt on, mugging like Mary Pickford (her face is saying, "I have no idea why I'm here! This may be just a touch beneath me"). There's something just so perfect about it. Everyone just looks kind of stunned and giggly. And I take back what I said about Training Day. Ethan Hawke? In that scene where the bad guys are about to get romantic with him? He was outstanding. I feel in danger just thinking about it.
And...wait a second, Jeffrey makes the "special" joke about Angela. I'm stealing jokes from Jeffrey Sebelia. What next? Skin care tips from Michael Kors? I'm slipping here, people.
Heidi reminds everyone that, from the beginning of the competition, she said that winning a challenge would have special benefits. I actually don't remember her saying that until the episode where Jeffrey won for the first time, with the jet-setting outfit. Whatever. We can't be expected to understand everything she says. Anyway, since Jeffrey and Angela both won challenges, they are getting a chance to come back. Now everyone's dropping the happy giggly part. Kayne of Many Colors tosses back his entire glass of champagne. We hear him say, "Are you kidding me? These bitches get to come back? It's like cockroaches." You can't kill them.