The guys are sitting around their bedroom pondering what today's challenge will be. Kooan proposes that maybe today they will work with noodles. Oh Kooan.
At the runway, Heidi greets the designers wearing a top that makes her look like some sort of glazed pastry. Did Seal dress her before or something? What is happening to her wardrobe this season? I seriously don't know what bug is up my ass about this show right now, but, you know what? I'm just gonna go with it. Heidi reminds Ven that he has immunity this week. She says that their challenge is going to be to create a look that is red carpet ready. Kooan says that something makes him go "Ahhh!"? I don't know. I'm not really sure about Lifetime's decision to NOT subtitle everything that Kooan says but if they wanted me to be really confused even after rewinding that four times, they should enjoy that victory. There will likely be more where that came from. But, seriously life goes on and sometimes you just have to go, you know what, Kooan? I don't understand what the fuck you're saying and I'm just going to have to enjoy you viscerally. Not your viscera. I'm not going to kill you. I'm just going to let you wash over me. That all just sounded really gross.
Tim and a special guest will meet the designers at South Street Seaport to discuss the challenge, which will apparently have a lot of "twists and turns." Great.
Thank heavens the designers go straight to the Seaport and don't spend 30 seconds going, "I'm thinking that maybe we'll be set loose in a labyrinth or we'll be designing for Paula Abdul." Tim says that the designers will be creating looks for clients that have a lot of empathy for their situation. Gunnar thinks that maybe it will be former contestants? So, he has those gauge things in his earlobes. Did he have those before? I don't remember them. You know, his personal style is a lot more daring than his work. His other guesses are that they'll dress each other or Heidi. Those are pretty good guesses except for the empathy and Heidi part. I feel like she's gotten more sadistic as the show has progressed. Anyway, Gunnar hopes that it's her because she's life-sized Barbie. At first, I thought he said "Lifetime's Barbie" and I really liked the image of a TV network playing with dolls that were real people.