The news of Keith's departure and the prospect of finishing the challenge looks like it's really freaking Alison out. She seems to be crying a little bit. Of course, she is staring out a window and from the back, we see her wiping her eyes. Maybe it's allergies. She says it's sad to think about how badly Keith wanted the opportunity that the show gives them. That is true. And I feel bad that he felt so desperate that he had to break the rules. He clearly had a lot of talent, so it's really unfortunate that things went down like this. But he's a big boy. He should've known better. Next time, switch out your freaking book jackets, people. No one would've had a problem with Elizabeth Takes Off: On Weight Gain, Weight Loss, Self-Image, And Self-Esteem by Elizabeth Taylor. And it would've been expected. Duh.
Bradley tells Bonnie that he's figured out the pants for the outfit, and she and Uli make jokes about Bradley going home if he's wrong. Bradley interviews that he is a "squid with no ocean. I'm an eagle with no sky." Designer AND a poet? This guy is a catch. In the workroom, he jokes in a maniacal voice, "Laugh now, Bradley, but you'll be thrown into the pit." Way to go, designers. You've alienated Bradley. You've driven the man to poetry.
There's trouble in Taradise -- Kayne of Many Colors and Vincent are not feeling Robert's design. KoMC thinks it looks like something a flight attendant would wear. Now, I present to you the fact that flight attendants no longer dress like that, and wouldn't it be nice if they did. There is lots of collar working on the outfit. Robert interviews that Vincent kept disagreeing with him and he was like, "You are entitled to your wrong opinion." Must remember to use that. Robert also notes that KoMC has the "taste of a love-starved hyena." And you cannot argue with the man right now. Kayne of Many Colors is currently Kayne of Orange. Just the one color. He's wearing a sherbet-orange t-shirt and shorts set. It's truly hideous. And his hair is still matted down. At first, you would think the hair was an unrefined move towards a more conservative hairstyle. But I think what's really going on is that someone ran out of their Aqua Net. Ask Tim Gunn to make a run to Ricky's for you -- because this can't continue. Vincent interviews that his approach is to just let things go if he doesn't like them. Some would say it's better to maybe help or something.