Oh God, here comes Morgan. She stumbles onto the runway. The dress is too long. Finally, she gets her bearings, but not before the judges are all scribbling on their note cards and shit. The dress is gorgeous. Really fitted and simple, with sleeves right at the shoulders. It's white, with ivory satin and organza layers peeking out at the bottom. Jay interviews that Morgan was really difficult, but that he feels like he pulled the challenge off.
Heidi and her fellow judges have tabulated the scores. Wendy, Robert, Kevin, and Alexandra are safe. Wendy interviews that she is disappointed. Fuck off, Wendy, did you see the other gowns? Yours doesn't suck, but, like, five other gowns are clearly better than yours, you stupid...I hate you.
The models come out to stand with the designers. Heidi asks the models if they are happy with their gowns. Jenny (Kara Saun's model) says that she almost started crying. Morgan says that Jay did exactly what she wanted. Melissa smiles really sincerely and tells the judges that Nora's dress is what she has dreamed of since she was a little girl. Julia tells the judges that she wanted something unusual, not a "white wedding." Michael Kors tells Kara Saun that her dress fits Jenny beautifully. Anne Slowey asks Jay what he likes about his dress. He says he likes the bottom, since it represents is signature style. Then, he says he worked with Morgan because she wanted Helmut Lang. Morgan: "Slash...." Jay: "Calvin Klein." Then, Anne points out that Morgan couldn't walk in the dress. Morgan tries to convince the judges that she wouldn't be doing a runway walk down the aisle, and Anne replies, "You weren't doing a runway walk here. You couldn't." Ouch. Anne asks Austin what he would do differently. He says, "Not a lot." I don't understand that. I guess he is trying to stand by his design, but he clearly would have done a totally different dress give the opportunity. Amsale says she likes the dress, but is having a hard time imagining it as a wedding dress. Anne tells Austin that he is responsible for his own vision. Michael tells Nora that you could find her dress in any bridal boutique. Nora's style is nowhere in the design. Nora replies that she understood the challenge to be giving the model exactly what she wanted. Michael Kors tells her that she "tipped the scales." They leave the runway.