Bradley doesn't know shit about Cher. Katie, who is twelve, tries to tell Bradley about Cher. This is no good. You'd think Bradley would at least have seen Silkwood. I've always thought that someone should base a collection on Silkwood. I'm not kidding. Meryl Streep is smoking hot in that movie -- mullet, rock t-shirt, leather jacket. And, you could have some Cher butch-chic looks working the runway. Nina Garcia would flip for that shit.
At Mood, as Michael is claiming some pink fabric, we hear him interview that this challenge is something that he can really sink his teeth into. Robert interviews that he wants to modernize a suit that Jackie might have worn in the White House. He found a blue fabric that he feels would address his problem with being boring. It's not working. He's practically dozing in the middle of that sentence. He adds that if he is boring, he should just go home.
Back at the workroom, Kayne of Many Colors quickly gets to work. Uli is stunned that he is only using black in his design. "You mean, I'm the only crazy one?" The editors answer Uli's question with Vincent. "Sometimes, you gotta just stand back and imagine someone else designing it. That's what I do." Then he giggles like Renfield. He describes these "bell-like" sleeves that he's making for his dress. He's very excited by them.
In the sewing room, there's a problem with one of the machines. Angela, it appears, screwed up Bradley's machine. To be fair, what occurred was: it worked before she used it and was broken after she used it. Gentle reader, come to your own conclusion. Jeffrey and Alison are discussing that Angela broke the machine when Angela re-enters the room. She says it's not fair that they're saying that she broke the machine. What happened was, she was using it and it broke. Ah, elucidation. Jeffrey interviews that he's tired of inexperienced people screwing it up for pros like him. Back in the sewing room, he yells at Angela and tells her that it's her responsibility to fix something that she breaks. It just turns into a yelling match at that point. Angela's all, "Shut up!" And Jeffrey just gets louder. At this point, Laura interviews that Jeffrey thinks that he's the only person with enough skill to be allowed in the sewing room. His dress from the first challenge would disagree. But dresses can't talk. Unless you're Vincent. And no dress would disagree with Vincent if it knew what was good for it. Got it!