The bottom three remain on the runway. Heidi calls Christopher and his ears perk up. He is safe. Good god, can't they just put him out of his misery already? He's been in the bottom for four weeks (or is it five?) running. Just send him home to his parents' basement so he can go back to making slutty outfits for his Barbies. Don't get me wrong, Logan and Gordana both deserve to be in the bottom this week, but Christopher should not be allowed to design another day. Heidi turns to Gordana and tells her that her two looks were not related. Her outfit was sad and drab and dated. Gordana shrugs and smirks, and that little gesture is so infuriating that I am surprised Heidi doesn't storm the stage and crush Gordana under her boots. Really, it was very adolescent like she might as well just bob her head and wave her finger while she's at it. It's like the most obnoxious teenage behaviors in a 45-year old's body. Unsettling! Logan's look was desperate for editing. Heidi calls Gordana's name and Gordana clenches her jaw and glowers at Heidi until Heidi announces that she is safe. Hearing that she is safe, Gordana breaks into a huge smile, hugs the judges, sheds a single tear, and then dances off stage humming "Beat It" at top volume. Logan is out. Holly kisses him auf, he thanks the judges and heads backstage to bid farewell to his former competitors. He is a little stunned to be sent home for creating something so innovative and out there, but he knows he is not trying to design for middle America. He is a rebel, a loner, an Idahoan masquerading as a Seattleite. He is looking forward to the next step and the next opportunity. Pretty, pretty Logan heads out of the competition and undoubtedly into the arms of some (twelve) vixens at the Viper Room. At least we still have Tim Riggins.
Episode Report CardLuluBates: B+ | 1368 USERS: B-
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