All of the Divas hug their designers, then they're off to Spandex House. I love that Spandex House exists. Chris finds what he wants immediately. Everyone, in fact, seems to find what they want.
The designers have the rest of that day and all of the next day for the challenge. Jillian watches DVD's (from BLOCKBUSTER -- okay, maybe it's time to rethink what I said earlier) of the Divas doing their wrestling thing. She's rooting on the women that she's watching, but she's kidding. She dryly announces to the little screen that she's watching, "If I design the wrong thing, she might body slam me." Doesn't Jillian remind you of the third female lead in a work place sitcom? Think about it. She says that spandex is difficult to sew.
Rami shows the fabric he purchased. It's crazy bright pink. "It's modest," he opposites. Everyone seems shocked. Rami thinks that Torrie is like Barbie. Maybe Prison Warden Barbie.
Christian is wearing the chaps that he made. He thinks they're hot. Sweet P shows the two fabrics that she bought and Christian cracks up. He interviews that hers were the ugliest fabrics in the room. "She looks like tranny ice queen!" he says. We still love him, right? Sweet P interviews that she just wants to make it to Bryant Park -- she won't let this "kooky" challenge take her out. She puts some feathers on her dress form, but decides that it's "too casino." Sweet P, don't let that "classy" suggestion from Candice bring you down! Casinos are too good for her!
The next day, the designers file back into the workroom. We see a shot of Jillian doing a roundhouse kick on a dress form that is AMAZING. She looks like Wonder Woman! Chris says that he is not ashamed to make an outfit for a wrestler, but he knows that some other people aren't happy. And, here's Sweet P. She is not happy making a robe for Candice, but knows she has to. She decides on a puffed sleeve, because she thinks that will be less cheesy. Why is she trying to mute this design? You're designing for a woman whose job is to pretend that rubbing her boobies on other girls is really fighting. No need for discretion here.
Jillian is making a bra top and short shorts. Chris says that he wants his design to look like an animal in a cage. In the workroom, he says that if they were designing these outfits for men, he doesn't think anyone would have a problem with the challenge. Sad, but true. I'm sure there are exceptions, but doesn't the Project Runway audience seem like the wrong place to promote booby wrestlers? I mean, it is. That was a rhetorical question.