Anthony tells Tim that he's worried because he's the only designer who didn't get black and white fabric. Tim tells him that he'll stand out, which is a good thing. He tells Anthony, with his favorite saying of the season, that he should let his viscera rule. If something doesn't feel right, he shouldn't do it. If something doesn't feel right, it's probably contrived. Anthony says that, along with the design books he'll need to get when he returns to Atlanta, he'll also need to pick up a dictionary. He thanks Tim for everything. That's sweet. He realizes that this is his last consultation with Tim during the competition proper. That Anthony's got a good spirit.
Mila explains to Tim that a coat is the centerpiece of her look. Tim likes that it's shiny. He tells her to ditch an ivory fabric that she was contemplating. He explains that he's being bold with his advice because it's the last challenge and he wants everyone to do their best.
Jay says that he was inspired by the clowns. The colors in his jacket are inspired by the ringmaster's coat. He tells Tim that there is a lot of detailing in the coat and he wants it to be badass. Then he says, "Bad Bitch." Interesting. Tim laughs at the frivolity of the young and their silly violent banter. "Is there a good bitch?" asks Tim quite reasonably. "I'm a good bitch," responds Jay. Save it for the Tropicana, Kay Thompson. Seriously, my own mother is too young to make that joke. I don't know who I am anymore.
Before he leaves the workroom, Tim says that it looks like they will have five "wow" moments on the runway for this challenge. "Here we go, yo," slangs Mila as she gets back to work. There are these weird attempts at humor with her, but it's different than other people. It's like the humor is actually inside of her and trying to get out. But, it's hard for it. The humor has a hard time with Mila.