They get back to work. Nick decides to shorten his dress. Chloe is freaking out about time. Santino sprays his dress with shellac to preserve it, and Daniel acts like he passes out from the fumes. His hair looks really pretty mid-faint.
At the end of the night, Chloe is still not finished with her dress. Commercials.
The next morning, Kara interviews that she wants to "get through another challenge." Santino says that he wants to win immunity, because he'd be taking it away from someone who "doesn't deserve to be in the room." I was kind of thinking that the wish for immunity was a jerk-proof sentiment. I was wrong. All the guys think that Chloe is in trouble, because her design is not finished. Daniel says, "It could be any of us." "I'm not going home," replies Andrae.
Kara asks Chloe how she feels. She's worried. Kara says that she's not nervous. What has happened to her? She's suddenly so Zen. I like her a lot better this way.
At Parsons, the designers are scrambling. Chloe is keeping her wits about her as she is racing. Tim enters and says that the theme for that morning is "Don't Stop Working." The models should go to the hair and make-up rooms alone. He mentions that Chloe in particular needs to work fast.
We see all the designers tell the models what hair and make-up to get. Chloe interviews that, if she doesn't finish, she won't blame anyone. She "just didn't have enough time." Daniel is gluing on blue flowers at the last minute. Kara says that she and Chloe are helping each other. There's a nice moment when Kara is helping Chloe and Chloe tells her to work on her own design instead.
The models don't seem really comfortable in the designs. Nick mentions that everyone's designs look really great. Chloe's design is still not finished in the end. Commercials.
Heidi greets the designers onstage in an interesting white dress. She introduces our judges: Michael Kors, Nina Garcia, and Mark Badgley and James Mischka of Badgley Mischka. Damn. They are not playing around with our guest judges this week, are they?
The show begins. First down the runway is Daniel's, and it's gorgeous. I'm not sure what it is about his stuff -- it just looks good. For one, I'd say he's great with color. There are lovely blue flowers all over the bust of the strapless dress. The bodice is fitted and drops into a skirt that ends just above the knee. There's a belt of green at the bottom of the waist. It's just lovely. There's some muslin or something peeking out of the top of the dress in straps. I guess it's holding up the whole contraption. Daniel interviews that, if you were far away from Rebecca, you might not know that the dress was made of plants.