The next morning, Emilio and Jonathan are lying in their beds, completely clothed, with their eyes closed. Emilio says that he can't remember the last time he was as tired as he is now. Jonathan, without opening his eyes, wanly fist pumps the air and says that Emilio can do it. Mila and Maya are performing their morning ritual of side-by-side hair ironing. Mila says that the runway show is going to be brutal. Amy says that she won't regret her design, if it ends up not biting the big one. She interviews that risk takers are the only people eligible to be America's next great designer and she is proud to call herself a risk taker.
At the workroom, everyone is of course trying really hard to finish. Seth Aaron says that this is the first time in the competition that he is pushing it to the last second. He has to cut pants with only 2 hours to go. Ben is also scrambling. He still has to put sleeves on his jacket. And, listen to this, Jay really lives up to his whole Wonderbra analogy. He finishes his design a half hour before everyone else, so he offers to help Ben finish. I'm really touched by that. I know we all want to win stuff and people make you feel stupid if you show compassion for others, but there's something to be said for karma too; not to mention building relationships. You can't do everything alone, especially in the fashion industry, so it's frankly smart to work to create relationships and establish yourself as someone others would want to work with. At least that's how I'm looking at it. Ben gladly accepts his help. He interviews that Jay is one of his best friends there and he is glad to have his support.
Tim enters and asks everyone how they are doing. Anthony replies, "How do we look?" Tim's response is that they all look like they're in the middle of a "make it work moment." He gets an amen up in there. He sends in the models for fitting and hair/make-up. Mila interviews that, not only does she have her regular hem work to finish, she also has to finish her pants. Anthony interviews that Seth Aaron's look doesn't seem like something women would want to wear, which he reasons is because his work can seem intimidating. Jonathan is worried about Amy, not because she can't make the design, but because he isn't sure she had the time to engineer it properly. Amy is worried as well, because the dress is not standing the way she intended. Nothing is working as she intended. She has gone with the hair idea. Anthony interviews that he's not sure why, at this moment, Amy has chosen to give his model "hairy tits." Because she's a fucking genius, is my answer. He did want me to answer that, yes? He says, "She needs a Nair Affair Up There." Tim enters to find everyone sewing, which startles him. He's worried. He takes everyone to runway. Dead Designers Walking.