In the workroom, Tim tells them that they have a ton of "notions" from Levi's. I have to say that I didn't know that word! It apparently means all the doo-dads that are used on jeans- zippers, buttons, etc. They have until midnight that evening to work.
Ricky says that working with denim is fun for him. In fact, sometimes Ricky MAKES his hats from denim. Is that not the most disgusting sentence ever written? He says that he needs to make his design something that none of the other designers can do. No one can fit denim like he can. He's going to make a corset, which he says is iconic. Really? And, why do you need to make something iconic out of something that's already iconic? It's like making a Member's Only jacket out of a Chanel suit. What's the point?
Jillian says that she is making a coat. Isn't she worried about doing that two times in a row? She says she's going to make it futuristic. It should be interesting and forward. Sometimes, when Jillian is interviewing, I get scared. It's like she's staring through the screen of my TV and memorizing everything about my living room to make it easier for her to hunt me and kill me. For no good reason, just because she was programmed to kill. The mannequins are like, "Get new locks. At your new address." She's going to use the Levi's labels as an epaulette on one shoulder. That sounds kind of cool.
Chris and Christian say that Rami got the most stuff, but he says that he was behind all of them. Christian calls him a "greedy bitch." Rami interviews that he is not really an American designer. He's from Jerusalem. We see three kid pictures of Rami. You never would have known he was going to grow into such a beefy guy. Fashion designer? Yes. Beefy guy? Not so much. With the conflict in the area where he grew up and a lack of activities, he found his love of sketching and design. His point is that he's edgier because he's not American. He's making a skirt and a shirt, to show that Levi's can be refined.
Sweet P's jeans are all dirty. She asks for Chris's advice and he tells her to finish her design, then wipe a damp cloth over it. Christian disagrees-- she should wipe it with a dry piece of denim. Chris still thinks damp cloth. Christian is pretty persistent and, frankly, rude about it. Chris says he has been hired as a stylist before and Christian says he knows more than Chris. Chris interviews with an eye roll, "Isn't it great to see youth?"
Jillian interviews that Christian is very talented, but he's incredibly immature. It looks like everyone is pretty annoyed with him right now. He leaves for the sewing room, and Chris says that somebody needs to give Christian his bottle and send him to bed. We see Christian in the sewing room bitching aloud, which seems a little unfair, because we've heard them all do it. I've never noticed Christian talking more than anyone else, but maybe he does. Rami says that Christian is a cartoon character, just as we see him do this weird spastic arm movement like a dog. Rami continues that Christian is always bitching-- if he had hair, he'd want to tear it out. We hear Christian say, "I could die of barfness. Oh my God, this is not how fashion is!"