Judy of Many Colors has pictures. This show is crossing the threshold. She has a picture of a very fat Kayne of Many Colors. And it's a photo from the '80s. Michael Kors is stunned. KoMC says that sometimes the past should remain in the past. Sometimes the doorway to the present is not wide enough for the past to fit through it -- holy crap, he has lost A LOT of weight. KoMC interviews that he had told everyone that he was "fat and funny" as a child, and his mother brought photographic proof. Robert congratulates him for shedding "a dress size and a half." That's like telling the Subway guy that his old jeans must be a "little loose" now that he's lost 200 pounds. KoMC explains that he lost 110 pounds. Suddenly, I'm wondering if maybe KoMC might win this whole thing. You have to have some hardcore focus in order to make that sort of change in your life.
We see a childhood photo of Michael Knight that Michael Kors dubs "adorable." It is, too. Then Pam shows a picture of Jeffrey from high school. He's got that early '90s wave, and his hair is frosted. And he's wearing braces. And a royal blue blazer. Pam interviews that Jeffrey has been through a lot. He is a recovering alcoholic. She gets choked up when she says she is amazed that he has managed to become successful.
Laura shows Michael pictures of herself in clothes that her mother sewed for her. Michael says that as an only child, he was his mother's shopping companion, and that influenced his decision to work in fashion. Joan is listening and appears to be thinking, "This is why I don't have grandchildren. Fucking Bergdorf's." Michael tells Joan that Laura has five children, and Laura corrects him, "Working on six." Everyone is stunned, including poor Laura's mother. Laura interviews that she only discovered that she was pregnant since the show began, and that telling her mother was "grade-A stupid" because she hasn't even told her husband yet. He's probably not going to be that fazed anyway, but yeah, you should probably have told him before you told Michael Kors. It just looks bad. Lorraine, Laura's mom, interviews that she was shocked, but "that's Laura. You never know what tomorrow's gonna bring and that's been the delightful part of living with her." I can't think of a nicer thing to have your parents think about you. It's certainly better than "You never know when he's going to ask for money." Or "You never know when he's going to get his crap out of the garage." Or "You never know what tomorrow's gonna bring and that's been the terrifying and physically jeopardizing part of living with him." Joan congratulates Lorraine, who replies, "Thank you. I think."