After the show, Heidi says that this was one of her favorite challenges. In fact, they can't call the losing team losers. They're just second place. Dream Team wins! They talk to the winners first. All of the models return to the stage. Benjamin says that they tried to stick to the same color palette. Heidi says that she likes everything on the runway. Zac says that you can see that they had fun. Bette finds it whimsical and exciting. Leandra thinks that the artistry in Stanley's dress is great. Nina loves that Samantha hid the flowers beneath her mesh. She thinks it's a really interesting play on transparency. She is also mad about Layana's dress. Zac thinks that Layana's look was dreamy. Bette has never seen anything like it at her hardware store. Heidi asks who should be the winner. Stanley likes Tu. Samantha likes Benjamin and Matt. Benjamin likes Matt too. Nina asks how Matt made his corset and he says that it was a mop. Nina and Bette are giggling they find it so impressive. In fact, Bette says that she'll never go to a hardware store again without thinking "What can I make?"
Team Keeping It Real returns with their models. Kate explains the decade bullshit. She says that her dress was her idea of a Hitchcock leading lady. Heh. They all announce their decades, which are not bad. Zac calls Patricia's look Pow-Wow Chic, which is so perfect! Heidi says that she really likes all of these dresses too. Zac points out that the edge Dream Team had was their cohesion. Nina says that she didn't get the decades thing. Then, she asks Joe if he had a problem with his silhouette. He says that he did, which is weird. I thought he was confident with this. He says that he was envisioning an oversized coat. None of the judges got that. Bette doesn't like that there are horizontal lines sewed into the piece either. So, his decade was The Future and Zac asks him how he sees the future of fashion. He says that he sees a world where unconventional form is fine and people are dressing to feel good, not to enhance their figure. I think that is a very good answer. Bette points out that he's essentially saying that her concern about the horizontal lines is nonsense. She thinks his point of view is lovely and kind of spiritual. She's the best. Hey, that was the name of one of her movies! Heidi asks who should be sent home. Richard says Amanda because they were all dealing with her damn moss. Daniel, Joe and Patricia agree. Amanda says that it didn't feel that traumatic but maybe it was. Nina says that she can't see any problems with Amanda's design either. The judges confer.