The next morning, we see Chris sawing some logs on the couch near the workroom. He interviews that, after he woke from his nap, he couldn't remember if he'd made anything. I think we've all had the feeling of burning the midnight oil to finish a project and, the minute you've had a little rest or backed away from the work, feeling like what you did was totally weird or was done by another person entirely. It must really suck to feel that way and have to be TV-ready all the time.
Everyone starts working. We hear Kevin mumble, "I wrote the measurements on my hand and then I showered." Not good. Kit and Christian have this little battle of "mmm-hmm"s that is really funny. Chris is delirious. His outfit is done, but he's not sure it's good. Meanwhile, Steven can't finish his dress. The stress of the moment has made him seem even more like a serial killer than usual. It's weird that I'm saying that and still finding him really cute. Suddenly, I'm starting to understand all those women from 48 Hours who marry men in the pen. Kidding -- county jail is as far up the river as I'll go. Stay clean, Steven.
Tim enters and says that he's sending in their clients. They will have two hours to fit their models and send them through the hair and make-up machines. Rami tells his model that her waist looks tiny. Alicia tells Kit that the dress she has made is something she would buy on her own. Kevin thinks Elyse looks fantastic in his outfit, and he feels like he has a good chance of winning the competition.
Jillian says that she thinks it's pretty clear she didn't use the material from her client's outfit to make her garment, and she thinks the judges will know, but she also thinks she'll get respect for making a great-looking dress.
Christian is really happy with his outfit. He interviews that he thinks it's one of the best. He says that Chris's outfit is "pure costume." Steven's is "god-awful hideous." Elisa's is also "god-awful hideous." Then he says that thing about the judges might die over it or they might die because of it. Hasn't he already said that? I'm sure he has. That's annoying. Stop saying that.