Onstage, the judges are loving all of it. Michael thinks that Olivier made the best-tailored piece in the history of the show. Heidi thinks it's one of the best runway shows that the show has ever seen. Heidi asks each of them who they think should be the winner and they all choose themselves, except for Bryce who chooses Anya.
Team N&B is on the grill. Kimberly tries her damnedest to sell this theme, but she's not a superhero. So, the fabric with the writing that everyone is wearing says "cancelled" and "delayed" and Rachel thinks that's bad energy and something people wouldn't want to wear. They hated Josh's shoe idea in the video. Michael thinks that their styling is cohesive. Rose thought that the looks weren't attractive. Becky explains that she made her skirt three times. Michael hates everything but the jacket in Becky's outfit. He likes the cut of Bert's dress though. Bert explains that Josh was a nightmare, though he says that Josh apologized. Heidi remembers that Josh also fought with Becky. Becky agrees. Josh says that his design was still good, but Nina says that all of the prints are bad. Heidi asks who should go home. Laura says Bert. Bert and Becky say Josh. Josh and Kimberly say Becky.
The judges confer and the designers return to the stage. Anya wins the challenge! She's thrilled that she got to use all of her skills as a designer, finally. Laura is in. Kimberly is in. Bert is in. Down to the two. God, Josh's shirt is really horrible. Heidi says that Becky has to make her own choices in the real world. And, she's... out. She interviews that she thinks she's a good designer, though she maybe be more commercial than the others. This show made her realize how many designers are out there and, sometimes, people are better than you. Wow, that's a hard pill to swallow. She tells all of the other designers that she wishes them the best of luck, though it doesn't really look like Josh is part of the group she is talking to. Tim comes in and says that this is all getting emotional. She interviews that she didn't get to do what she set out to do, because she came here to win. I like Becky. I hope she finds her niche. She says she needs a vacation.
Jeff Long is a writer/performer in Brooklyn. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or followed on Twitter at @jblong.