Jeffrey tells Angela that he's entitled to not like her, which is a giant leap into personal land. She agrees that he is entitled but insists that she was unfairly accused. Laura snaps at Jeffrey, "If you're so fucking successful and you know so much, what are you doing here, Jeff?" Jeffrey interviews that Laura was just being annoying. Yeah, I guess it's not annoying to have someone loudly bitching like a punk-ass while you're trying to get some work done. Then, in his interview, he imitates Laura by quacking. I'm not trying to get hypersensitive or nothing, but...this guy seems to have problems with women. Women's wear designer is a perfect choice of career. As he's leaving the sewing room, Jeffrey says, "God, I wish that fucking bitch would have a stroke." What a heel.
In the workroom, Michael says very calmly to Jeffrey that he doesn't think it's right for everyone to gang up on Angela. Not that they wouldn't have done it had they not worked with her, but it sounds like Michael and Laura may like Angela now. Jeffrey tells Michael that it's like a chain reaction and everyone is using the other person's sewing machine now. So it affects him and that's why he's angry. Michael interviews that he's not trying to "play Captain Save-a-ho, as we say in the hood." I welcome that phrase into my life. With giant Lindsay-bald-eagle open arms. Michael really doesn't push it, but he lets Jeffrey know that he thinks he was out of line.
I guess this is the Michael Show (I'm not complaining) -- he interviews that the competition is getting more stressful, and he's just trying to stay true to himself as a designer. Then, he calls his mom. She's very excited to talk to him and he assures her that he's praying every night. Then, he calls her "My Dear" when he's saying good-bye, which sounds really sweet.
With fifteen minutes remaining in the workday, Vincent decides that the linen that he purchased isn't "hitting" him. He tells Robert, and Robert decides to use tan linen for his Jackie suit. He thinks it will look young and modern. I'm telling you right now, linen suits are not modern. I think doctors on vacation when I think of linen. Or Houston ladies at a high school graduation.