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.
Back at the apartments, Jeffrey has been allowed to remove his clothing again. If someone could just tattoo a jacket on Jeffrey, we'd all appreciate it. Kayne of Many Colors says that he's most excited to see Jeffrey's and Bradley's outfits. It seems like he's being nasty with a smile. ["Yeah? I thought it was more like Kayne was anticipating the icon -- Madonna, Cher -- rather than the designer. Though 'nasty with a smile' is certainly possible." -- Joe R] Jeffrey says that he wants to see Laura's, which Vincent says is not nice, proving that they are being nasty. Jeffrey says that Laura is mean and frigid and weird. Maybe I've held my cards to close to my vest -- I'm gonna let it out...I hate Jeffrey. Vincent suggests Jeffrey use a pitchfork on Laura; which, I'm assuming from the guffaws in the apartment, is an inside joke of which we are on the outside.
The next day, Kayne of Many Colors says that this is his favorite challenge. Angela is shooting for sexy and sophisticated, ala her interpretation of Audrey Hepburn. Alison wants to hint at the 70's without making a dress that looks like it belongs in the 70's. Her diction is getting more and more erudite. I still love it. By season's end, she'll be Dame Judi Dench.
Jeffrey says, "I have one word for Bradley's top -- supercalifragilisticexpealiCRAZY." Maybe you didn't know, but Jeffrey's a part-time instructor at the Comedy Defensive Driving School in Santa Monica. That's where he gets jokes like that. The laws of right turn on red don't really sink in unless someone's making a few really outstanding yuks. He's great with balloons. Oh, and also, don't pick on Bradley, jerk off!
Bradley says that he hopes Cher will like his outfit. "Maybe she will. Maybe she won't." Cher loves an underdog, Bradley. Vincent tells Bradley that he loves the top that he's made and wants one for himself. Vincent's being kind of sweet right there.