Christian says, "I work very instantaneous," thus continuing his flirtation with verbal specialness. He says working so instantaneous usually is successful for him because he has a very strong style. He follows up his stupid with a lot of sense, though. He is gluing unwrapped ReesEE Peanut Butter cup wrappers to his dress, and he lost count of how many he's using. He thinks it's near a thousand.
Chris is making a Stephen Sprouse pop-art dress. He loves his idea and knew what he wanted to do immediately. He notes that "people" (read: Jillian) are having problems with the real food. He repeats his feelings about working with real food. It's like real food is his pets and children -- Chris March does not work with real food. Jillian is having a hard time cutting candy. Rami thinks that she's taking a risk working with candy. He says that he's using things that he can sew together. He's using York Peppermint Patty material and purse handles.
With 7 hours left in the day, we see Elisa say that when she was in the store, she chose items that she thought her daughter would want her to use. She interviews that she wants it to be a fairy tale themed design, in honor of her daughter Calliope who, she interviews, insisted that she try out for Project Runway. She tells us that three years ago, she had gotten the opportunity to launch a t-shirt line in London. On her last day there, she got hit by a Porsche! Oh my God. Her neck was broken, her head was cracked open almost 4 inches, and she was in a coma for five days. Holy shit. She was in the hospital for three months!! That's some serious shit. And it reminds me of crossing the street in London and remembering that I was looking the wrong way for oncoming traffic. I wonder if that's what she did. She sees Project Runway as a way of reclaiming that earlier opportunity.
Kevin says that he's making pieces that are wearable -- he's not much of a fan of the avant-garde. Christian is already finished with his design and Victorya tells him that she hates him. Ricky interviews that Christian is caught up in his ego. I can see that. We see Christian critique the work of both Kit and Elisa. Kit responds, "Um, Tim?" Christian interviews that the other designers don't have a direction because they think about their work too much. Spoken like a true 21-year-old. A possibly brilliant one, but still. He criticizes Kevin's design and calls part of it ugly, and Kevin just laughs. He interviews half-jokingly that he is going to kill Christian. He apparently says it all of the time in his interviews.