The next topic of conversation is that Jay is very sweaty, including the appearance of some potentially embarrassing sweat marks on his shorts. "When you start designing this uniform, I want you to remember all these hot spots," No-Cigarette Lady advises. No kidding. Jay chuckles to Kara that he thinks maybe he'll just design some mail-delivering robots that will do the job for you. Don't let Wendy hear you! She'll steal the idea.
Speaking of Wendy: back at the post office, Kara, Jay, and Rob start chit-chatting about Wendy. They talk about Wendy's tendency to undermine whomever the leader happens to be for the week, as she did with both Austin and Kevin. Kara looks solemnly into the camera and says, "People have to understand that the Wendy Pepper who showed up the first day of Project Runway is not the Wendy Pepper we know now." Jay adds that Wendy is here to do a lot more than "good work." He tells Kara and Rob that he expects Wendy to try to "make [him] look like an ass," after which he vows to "rip her a new asshole." I would tend to think the last thing you'd want to introduce into the Wendy situation is another asshole, but that's just me. Jay vows to come right out with how conniving and backstabbing he finds Wendy to be, if she comes after him.
The entire group gathers at the Post Office and is warmly greeted by My Hero, Tim Gunn. Tim says he's glad to see them, and assumes that they've all improved their understanding of the needs of the employees they'll be outfitting. Perky Becky from before bids them farewell, promising to "see [them] on the runway." So apparently, she's going to be around for the judging. Cool! I like it when Michael Kors has to mingle with normal humans who shop at Target. Tim says it's time to head back to the city and shop for fabric.