Emmett and Chloe seem to be moving along smoothly. Chloe interviews that Emmett decided to create two life-sized drawings of their design -- one as day wear, the other as evening wear. We see Emmett drawing on their backdrop, and it's looking pretty good. Through the glass of the window, Tim tells them, "It is more fabulous than I can say." I don't think they can hear them, but Emmett seems to gather that Tim likes it.
People from the street are watching all of the designers put their displays together. Daniel interviews that he and Andrae painted onto their backdrop two clocks representing 9 AM and 9 PM. There's a vertical painted border between the two clocks, and their model will transform when she walks from one side to the other.
Of Diana and Marla, Tim asks, "Do you have a master plan?" Translation: "I don't think you know what the Sam Hill you're doing." They are bookshelf together and making some paper fan thing. Marla interviews that wadded paper will be spilling all over their display, creating a hectic office look. She continues, "I was thinking our window looked stupid." Geez, Marla. You've come this far. Don't give up like a -- I don't know. A person that gives up. Don't do that! You're going to lose eventually, but you can live through this week. Not that you should; I'm just saying.
We see Santino and Nick working, and it doesn't seem like it's going well. Santino interviews that their window was an odd size and hard to access. Nick says, "We couldn't even get a lot of the stuff that we wanted to get in there, so it really limiteded [sic] us." Maybe I shouldn't make fun, but "limiteded" is a funny word. It's my job, people. As they're painting on their backdrop, Tim screams, "P. U. That's what that is." Nick just kind of nods and smiles, because, Tim -- no one can hear you through the glass. I'm surprised that there's not some sort of fashion sign language. I'm not sure when you'd need it aside from the current situation, but I'm sure it would come in handy. Tim stops everyone, and they come outside.
We see the people on the street looking at the displays. There are ballots in the store, and people are able to vote on which display they like best. Andrae interviews that he feels their display was witty and made people "chuckle." Rebecca walks between the day and evening sides and adjusts attitudes. It's cute. Kara is really happy with their model, Eden. There are circular patterns all over the backdrop, and Eden is just sort of pizzazzing all over the place. Marla interviews that she feels that her and Diana's display looked incomplete. It's pretty lame, just a desk and lots of crumpled paper all over the place. It works for daytime, but where's the evening? The drawings that Emmett did for their display are remarkable. It's really whimsical, and Grace does a great job going from day to evening.