Daniel has Blayne try on his dress. Blayne interviews that it's an evening dress and there is nothing drag about it. Jerell is still nervous about LeMay liking his dress.
The next day, Jerell says that he can't wait to see Keith's "wookie onesie" come to life on the runway. In response, Blayne does a pretty respectable Chewbacca. Jerell does one too. Again, not bad. At Parsons, Joe says that this will definitely not be a boring runway show. Tim enters and seconds that emotion. They will have an hour to send the ladies through hair and make-up.
Terri asks Acid Betty if she loves her outfit and she seems a little confused and says yes. Terri interviews that the look is 100% her point of view, so she hopes that Acid Betty will work it on the runway. Sherry Vine tells Keith that she prefers long fringe to the sculpting that he was planning on doing. He interviews that he felt it best to make her happy. Mistake.
In the sewing room, Hedda Lettuce arrives. Rayon tells her that there was a lot of drama the day before, which Hedda seems shocked to hear. The whole lazy thing really bothered Rayon. He says that he really needs Hedda on board and she asks him if he had a breakdown. Funny. They make up and Rayon seems happy about it. Hedda seems like she thinks maybe Rayon is a fool.
Korto says that she is nervous because there's nothing safe about a red sequined dress in the size that she's making it, with flames shooting off of it. The judges are going to hate it or love it. Stella says that Jerell's outfit is very classy, problem is -- none of these broads is classy. They wear a ton of tacky shit most of the time. Tim enters and asks everyone if they are ready for the most fabulous runway show in the history of Project Runway. They are. There's a lot of commotion on the way out of the workroom and we hear Tim say, "Flotsam and jetsam everywhere." We can find that special someone for him.
On the runway, Heidi introduces Michael, Nina, and RuPaul. Yes, RuPaul! Now, I love me some RuPaul. But, we have to talk. The blonde wig is making a girl's age SHOW. It's time to try something a little softer. She looks so drawn right now. It's like when someone puts lipstick and a wig on their hand and it's a puppet. Heidi reminds us that the challenge will be to help Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. She also reminds everyone that this challenge was their chance to be theatrical and over-the-top.