Uh oh, there's trouble in hell. Ping is all over the place with fabrics and shit and wrapping stuff around her head. Jesse asks her a question about something and she tells him that he's going to do it and he freaks out and says that she's going to fuck up his pattern. He angrily explains himself to her (something about not having wasted fabric?) and, though she doesn't seem like a great listener, she complies. Behind her back, he smacks his fist into his other hand. I find that kind of shocking, no? I mean, turn over a table if you have to but don't make me think you're gonna start hitting shit. Jesse, we haven't even seen you shirtless yet -- do NOT fuck this up for us by getting thrown off of Project Runway for something as ridiculous as fighting. Emilio and Anna, by contrast, are a match made in heaven. Jesse tries to confirm that Ping wants a certain fabric and she says she can't find her sketch book. That was not the answer to his question.
Mila says that she wants to create a nod to the '60s. It will be beautiful and fashion forward. Wow, so that term is starting to wear on me a little. I know it's useful, but stop it. And, here is Ping running around looking for her sketch book. She finally realizes that she's wasting her time and can just get another sketch book. Also, she left her envelope containing $500 just sitting around. Tim smiles, because he thinks she's a maroon. Jesse is not amused. Most of the teams seem really excited to buy expensive stuff.
Back at the workroom, everybody gets cooking. Anna interviews that working with Emilio is intimidating because he's established and she's a newbie. She asks him if he's some sort of "secret genius." We don't hear his answer, perhaps because it's a secret. She says that his style is bold, while hers is soft. Jonathan tells Mila that he thinks they need to start on the coat in their look as soon as possible. She replies that he will need to have a little patience, as she is someone who needs time to digest things. Jonathan points out in his interview that Mila is a very meticulous person. To that point, he adds that she's doing a lot of thinking while he's doing a lot of executing. Now, I'm not secret genius, but beneath his flat tone, I detect an insult. Mila interviews that they were informed that the challenge would be a group effort, however, the team leader is at greater risk of elimination. So, eat it, Jonathan. She wants to think.