The guys recall that Tim is always telling them to "Trust your gut." Anthony says, "Oh, my viscera!" Jay asks him what part of the body the viscera is. Anthony isn't sure. He looks at his belly and says that he has been searching for his viscera for days. Anthony, don't ever leave me.
At the runway, an ever-expanding Heidi greets them. She reminds Jay that he has immunity for this challenge, and he's the last one who's going to get it. From this point on, there's no more immunity. Maya interviews that the competition is getting tighter and everyone is starting to become aware of that. Obviously, Maya. I feel like each week one of the designers is required to say the stupidly obvious repetitious stuff that is used as filler. It seems like Emilio has had to be the bitch for the first part of the season (what with the, "When Heidi said that, I didn't know WHAT to think!" crap he has been spouting), but now, Maya, the mantle has been passed. Yes, this is a competition and there are now fewer people, but I think you already knew that.
Heidi explains that Tim will be meeting the designers on the roof of the Atlas building to help them "channel" natural creativity. Oh, and Jonathan gets the privilege of saying how they don't know what she means. He guesses that it could be an eco-challenge or perhaps related to the view from the rooftop. Not bad guesses, but just walk five blocks and find out.
Tim greets the designers on the roof. Tim is joined by Philip Carreon, celebrity hairstylist for Garnier. Philip would be adorable save for the stupid facial hair he is sporting. Dear world, we must stop it with these little patches of hair. They are distracting. They suggest hormonal imbalance. They are not doing what you think you do. Unless, of course, I'm the idiot with symmetrical facial hair or no facial hair and no one is ever going to love me. That's going to be a hard lesson to learn. Tim asks the designers to take a look around. Their current environment is the quintessence of "man-made," but for this challenge they are going to take a step towards nature. The inspiration for the challenge will be one of the four natural elements (fire, earth, water, air). Philip adds that Garnier Fructis combines the natural elements with the latest in beauty technology. He implores them to find their inspiration in nature and he and his co-horts will find a hairstyle that stands up to WHATEVER elemental force they can imagine. Wow.