Angela's wearing her Scottish conductor's cap -- and she's making those little flowers that she put on her doggie outfit. Michael interviews that Angela loves "little cutesy details." She wants to put the rosettes on the outfit. In the sewing room, Laura tells Michael that "she's in there making her little grandma things. It's not funny! 'Cause we obviously just can't stop her from hanging herself." Maybe a little nasty, but when was the last time you saw someone try to save a person from themselves on this show? Some would say that, strategically, that's not the best plan -- but I still like it. Time will tell. Laura interviews that Angela has a "wacky design aesthetic." We see clips of Angela's taste being ripped by the judges. Then we see her telling Michael that she wants to put rosettes all over the pants. Michael tries his best to lead her away from that idea, until he just kind of throws himself on the worktable. Laura suggests using the rosettes as buttons, and everybody likes the idea. Maybe Laura can stop Angela from hanging herself. Angela interviews that the collaboration with Michael and Laura is going very well. Now, I kind of have to give her a little credit right now. I mean, it seems pretty clear that Laura and Michael are doing most of the good work on this outfit, despite Angela. But she is the team leader and she could really fuck this up if she wanted to. She could have an ego or try to be a bitch about sticking to her ideas. Or she could try to act like she's doing all of the work -- which is not the case. Instead of a sit-back-and-let-them-do-it attitude, it almost seems like a purity of spirit that is allowing her to accept their ideas. I'm verbose about it simply because I'm expecting this to be the only time I don't hate her. But, really, she's approaching the whole team thing very positively.
With two hours remaining, Tim enters the workroom. He starts with Robert's design. When he is searching for a word to describe the look, Kayne of Many Colors offers "flight attendant." No, Tim finds it matronly. Vincent reminds us -- for seriously like the fifth time, I think -- that he never liked Robert's design. He thinks it's plain. This, from the man who made a jumper and biker shorts for a challenge. Suddenly, he's full of ideas.