The next morning, Elisa says that she wants to be safe for this challenge. Jillian says that she thinks that her model won't make it down the runway without food falling off of her. She should call it the Mardi Gras float design. "It's on PURPOSE, Michael!" It would be so funny if someone screamed that at him. Just once.
In the workroom, Christian declares, "It's a tranny mess up in this room!" Is he talking about Kevin? Oh. How is it that Christian can consider himself such an original talent, yet he's also riddled with cliché? Someone tell me.
Sweet P says that she's nervous about her dress. Tim comes in-- the designers will have 2 hours to ready their models. Lauren calls Rami's model, Sam, a skinny bitch. Did a model just show some personality? Yay! Damn, Marie, Kit's model, has the rockingest abs.
Chris interviews that he his heart went out to Jillian, because he has been where she is, which is using real food and it not going well. He sounds really genuine and nice about it. Lauren ends up helping Jillian sew. She takes Heidi's words to heart and points out that it's a competition for both of them and Jillian accepts her help.
Christian says to his model, "Oh my God, so many things are so ugly." Then, he interviews that Elisa's dress was weird and had sleeves that looked like floaties that you swim with. It was, to coin an original phrase, "a hot mess." I've met Michael Knight, Christian. You are no Michael Knight. ["That being said, the 'floaties' thing was a more evocative and accurate assessment than that 'Barney Rubble' crack, Ricky." -- Joe R]
Chris says that Sweet P has a taste level that is hit-or-miss. Is that not the gentlest slam you've ever heard? I admire his lack of need for that bad kind of attention. Rami is nervous that his dress -- made of all paper -- might tear. By the time Tim arrives to take everyone to the runway, Jillian has managed to get a dress on Lauren.
Heidi greets everyone on the runway. Apparently, Hershey's will auction off the designs to benefit the Young Survivor Coalition to benefit young sufferers of breast cancer. She introduces Michael, Nina, and guest judge Zac Posen.
The show begins with Ricky's design. It's a bubble skirt made of fabric with the Hershey's bar label on it. The bodice is a strapless corset of silver. It fits her really well, though the bubble skirt is a bit yesteryear. Ricky is very happy with the design and is glad that he got to have a lot of fun with it. I wonder if he was so happy that he cried.