Wendy says that she loves the design she has created for Joy and "[she] suspect[s] it will win." The last part is delivered chillingly. For the great comfort of the audience, Austin interviews that Wendy's designs are unflattering and stupid: "She just doesn't understand the basics of design, in addition to her being out of tune with the world." Thank you for that, Austin.
That night, the designers go out on the town. Robert announces that he is sexually frustrated. He's flirting with Alexandra. She's not buying. In fact, she interviews that she and Robert are "just friends." As they are getting ready to leave, Robert is doing pull-ups on the scaffolding outside. Jay interviews that Robert is "fueled by sex." Well, they've certainly kept that hidden from the audience, because, though he seems like a flirty guy, we've seen no hint of the sex-machine side of Robert. Anyway, he's showing off for Alexandra on the scaffolding and tries to do a flip. Only instead of the flip, he falls on his head. Everyone gasps. His head is bleeding. Somebody fuck this guy before he kills himself! While Kara Saun is taking Robert to the hospital, the other designers go back to the apartment. In the van, Jay sings a song about how Robert broke his head showing off for Alexandra. Everyone screams. It's very junior-high out-of-town track-meet bus ride. I love it.
At the hospital, Robert announces that he will leave if they try to cut his hair. They only put a couple of staples (ew!) in the back of his head, though, and then he's fine. On the way back to the apartment, he says, "I could've done that pole vault better. The landing kind of sucked." Commercials.
The next day, Tim Gunn asks Jay about his design. Jay tells Tim that Morgan wants some weird cut-outs on the gown. Tim tells Jay to remind Morgan that he's the designer and she's the model, which makes Jay laugh. Tim, in a neato black v-neck sweater with blue and tan diamonds on it, tells Jay, "The one thing you don't want to utter on that runway, during the judging, is 'Morgan made me do it.'" To which Jay replies, "Oh, hell no!" As well, Tim sagely reminds Jay that Morgan is "already labeled as a kook." Hello, designers! Did you hear that? Don't pick the girl. You could be putting pretty Audrey in a dress right now, but no. We get Morgan.