Everyone scrambles intently around Mood getting what they need. As Seth Aaron checks out, we see that he made it 72 CENTS under budget. Nice shopping!
Back at the workroom, Seth Aaron tells us that he has decided to be inspired by midnight air in New York City. That's pretty interesting. He says it's black with stars and he can do whatever he wants, so now he's happy. Amy, who has fire, wants to build a structure with an explosion happening within it. Tim enters to tell everyone that they will have until midnight to finish the design, with a little time the next day. Maya interviews that everyone is starting to get nervous. With fewer people, you have to do something better than you did before. She says that even Anthony has been quiet for a change. Mila says that the concepts have been vague, which makes everyone feel unsettled. I'm not sure if she means for this particular challenge or is including recent challenges.
In the sewing room, Jonathan mentions to Amy that she's being awfully quiet. She responds that it's because she's doing something really annoying. She interviews that time management is becoming a real issue in the competition (so maybe that advice of Tim's has substance?). Ben says to Jonathan that he realizes that he's taking a big risk by trying to create a suit in a day. Jonathan asks him if he's as tired of being safe as he himself is. Jonathan interviews that being safe is "a big ol' question mark." He wonders what the judges are waiting to see from him. He mentions to Ben that the week he was like, "I'm taking a chance. I will be in the top or bottom!" he was in the bottom. He interviews that it's getting to the point in the competition where he doesn't believe that the other designers consider him a threat. Do you remember when I was all, "Jonathan's gonna be DRAMA!" I was wrong. He's funny and smart. I like him almost as much as I like making snap judgments of people. He adds that the other designers are just blind to the fact that he's going to win this whole contest.