Next, it's on to Queens, where we will be subjected to Josh. But, instead, they meet at Elmo, the gayest restaurant in the gayest neigborhood this side of Wisteria Lane. He brings his little sister McKenzie. She's cute. Very tan. Very white teeth. She asks how he feels about Tim coming to his apartment and he says that he just hopes that he can fit. Tim gets there and asks McKenzie what Josh was like as a youngster. She says that he was good at everything he did, like theater and sports. Tim is intrigued by the sports part. Yeah, so Josh was a track and field star of sorts and had won scholarships based on his talents. He felt a lot of pressure to be involved in athletics, but his dream was to come to NYC, so he left all of that behind. We see photos of him in action and it appears that Josh has been sporting an overwrought look for a while now. Eyebrows, ironed hair, eyebrows. Eyebrows. Why? Would you do that? Why would you do that? What aesthetic do super black, hyper-shaped eyebrows on super tan skin belong to? He seriously looks like Joan Crawford. I'm not even sure how you would soften up Josh's look, but it really needs to happen. He tells Tim that he hasn't made as much stuff has he would like, but he thinks that Tim will be able to see the direction. I hate everything about him. He shows Tim his inspiration, including a print that is at the center of his collection. Tim hates it. He hates all of it. He manages to get Josh to drop some of the more ridiculous fabrics. Interestingly, Josh is open to his suggestions. Tim tells Josh that his print is one of the homeliest textiles that he has ever seen. He says that there is no sex in his collection. Josh interviews that he has more work that he thinks he can handle now.
Episode Report CardJeff Long: A | 1011 USERS: B-
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