Diana and Marla are discussing an element of their design, and Diana appears to be overcome with self-doubt. "I don't know. What do you think?" she says as she cups her head with her hands. Marla tells her not to panic. Diana interviews that she felt more strongly about her design earlier and is now having doubts. So, she's "changing [her] ideas around." Marla interviews that she doesn't feel like the skirt of their design would be flattering to someone's body. Of course, she speaks up now that she knows they might both be eliminated. Santino says that "Diana is grasping at straws and she's so ridiculous in there. And, I can't stand the sound of her voice. 'No, I think. No, I think. No, I think it should really be this way Marla. Nah, nah, nah, nah.' And it's just like, Oh my God." You know what I can't wait for? The reunion show. Because either it needs to be revealed that Diana was just some sort of asshole who pretended to be nice on camera, or Santino needs to get his ass handed to him on a platter. From what we've seen, there's no excuse for him to act like such a jerk about the girl. I really hope someone asks him why he was so rude. He can be all "I'm the greatest" all he wants, but nastiness is not part of being self-confident. Quite the opposite, actually. I'm trying to think of who should be the equalizer. I say Chloe. I want her to be all, "Why'd you say such smack?" Since (prediction) he'll probably be in the final three, I doubt he'll care very much. I hope, though, that he gets a little comeuppance for his behavior.
We see Santino and Nick working. Santino makes several suggestions about adding things to their design. He interviews that he and Nick work well together and are "probably going to win this one." I know I might sound a little schizophrenic when I say that this was actually kind of priceless. It's that type of confidence that's kind of infuriating, but really entertaining. Still, he doesn't need to be a jerk. I like the confidence, not the nastiness. Nick interviews that he likes Santino's "Asian aesthetic," but it's hard to "have your own voice with Santino." It's even harder to have him not make fun of your voice (see above). He continues, saying that they have found a "happy medium," and both of their design philosophies are represented in the design. Nick adds, "The fact that you won't see 500 trims on it -- you know I've tamed the beast."