Heidi tells them that, for the challenge, they will be making a cocktail outfit with only black and white fabrics. Also, all of the designers will be using the models that they used for the last challenge. Angela and Vincent will use the models that they had when they were eliminated.
Heidi leaves, and the models come in to make the empty club look more like a party. Michael interviews that no one is really in the mood to party, because they are freaked out about three people going home. Uli tells Lindsay that, if she goes home before Angela goes, she'll be really embarrassed. You know, I understand what she's saying. I mean, Angela's wearing that skirt. If I lost to someone in that skirt? I don't know. I'd become a shepherd or something. A spelunker. Something away from people.
Jeffrey interviews that the good news is... and he can't think of anything. Again, kind of charming. I wonder if he's just not as much of an asshole when he's winning.
Angela and her model, Clarissa, seem happy to see each other. I have to say, they have what has appeared to be an authentic friendship. Holy shit, there's a scroll across the screen -- "Teri Hatcher on Inside the Actors Studio." I just wrote, then deleted, about seventeen sentences that really can't capture the magnitude of the wrongness of that. One was about Lee Strasberg rolling over in his grave. One was about Stella Adler laughing somewhere about Lee Strasberg's school looking moronic. One was about James Lipton's fat ass. One about not being able to wait for the episode with Dane Cook. Nothing really works. Somebody hold me.
The next day, Vincent tells KoMC that he's excited to make this "little cocktail number." Angela tells Laura that she really wants to be in the final three. Laura is not having it. She tells her that since Angela's win was a team win, it doesn't seem fair that she got to come back. Angela says, "Oh really?" in a super-casual way that I really don't believe. "I disagree." Laura says that Angela really didn't win the challenge on her own, and Angela counters that "in the fashion world" it is the design that matters, not the construction. First of all, check out the balls on that girl -- telling Laura about the "fashion world." Second, nice little passive-aggressive stab at Laura being more of a technician and less a designer. I will cut you, Angela. The producers do that for me, though, by showing footage of Laura reeling in Angela's rosette fantasies. And, uh, that would be designing. Laura interviews that she and Michael carried a lot of weight during the challenge that Angela won. Angela tells Laura she knows that people like Jeffrey, who don't like her, will be saying things like that. "People will be thinking that," replies Laura. Damn, it just got chilly in the girls' room.