At Parson's, Tim tells them that they will have until midnight. Peach doesn't like her fabrics. She feels that she chose something too much in her safety zone. Kristin talks about how she can't remember the last time she broke a needle in a sewing machine (Me either! I'm a genius! Wait.) and April interviews that Kristin is really aggressive and thinks herself the shit.
Valerie is talking to cute Michael and telling him how she's conflicted about what to do. She's nervous. Casanova asks A.J. a question about how to make a pattern. His question is essentially, "How do you make a pattern?" A.J. stammers then straight up refuses to help him. Hard core. I think I like that. Casanova interviews that it's fine if A.J. doesn't want to help him. We see A.J. mumble, "I'm not gonna sew it for you." Wow. Really honest though. Good for him. I don't know if karma might come a'calling at some point, but I liked watching that just now on my television.
Tim comes back to check on everyone. He starts with Valerie and she shows him an idea for a trench coat. He likes it. Gretchen interviews that she believes Valerie is her greatest competition. Next, Tim goes to Mondo. He begins by saying that Mondo's performance in the last challenge was a revelation to him. He thinks that he took something matronly and made it modern with great flair. Then, Mondo tells Tim that his design is completely in his head. Tim doesn't really seem that bothered by that.
Tim goes to Jason and likes his fabrics, but is not crazy about his design. Valerie interviews that she's not wild about Jason as a designer, though she finds him mysterious. Jason interviews that everything is stacked against him because he's "a straight guy in a gay man's world." Yes, Jason, that must be really fucking difficult. For instance, it must have been really hard to be heavily featured on the first two episodes of this season, though you don't appear to have any discernible design skills, because you are a straight dude and we have to act like you're a fucking unicorn or something. So sad for you. Hope you can work that out.
Gretchen tells Tim that she's making the first pair of pants she has made without help. She's stoked. April interviews that Gretchen is talented, but she isn't creative. You know, this April has a lot of keen insights. Casanova says that he's making a sailor outfit, but Tim thinks it looks like a nun's habit. Casanova sort of acts like he doesn't understand Tim (or maybe he just doesn't understand the nature of the criticism) and Nicholas interviews that Casanova speaks perfect English and is pulling one over on everyone.