When the workday is over and they are all leaving, Santino says, "Tresemme, here I come." Actually, you're going home right now. Kara lies on the worktable. It's tragic. Commercials.
The next morning, Marla is brushing her teeth at the kitchen sink and Kara, who looks obliterated, is standing over a tray of iced Dasani water. Story: Last year, I was going to Woodstock, NY for the weekend with some friends. We stopped into a Rite-Aid to grab some water and Twizzlers and crap. The sales clerk was the most bizarre and interesting fellow that we've yet to stop talking about. He had this really lock-jawed Yankee accent and did a really loud "price check on the Dasani water" over the loudspeaker. Then he told the following joke: "How can you tell the difference between Lobster Newburgh and a Newburgh lobster? Lobster Newburgh is a delicacy in a fine restaurant, and a Newburgh lobster is something that was dead in the Hudson River before you caught it." Yeah, that's it. By the end of the weekend, the following joke had been born: "How can you tell the difference between laying pipe and piping a Lay? Laying pipe is a euphemism for sex and piping a Lay is when you are icing a potato chip." Unnecessary? Yes. I'm sorry. Anyway, Marla asks Kara if she is angry with her, and she says that she is just upset from the previous night. Kara interviews that she is not confident about the runway show.
Oh my goodness. In the boys' apartment, Santino says, "Auf wiedersehen, Zulema and Kara." Then, in the kitchen with Andrae, who looks like he's cleaning his breakfast dishes or something, Santino impromptus the following song: "Fashion. Lighten up, it's just fashion. Lighten up, it's just fashion. Lighten up, it's just -- take the corncob out of your ass. Fashion! Lighten up, it's just fashion. Fashion, lighten up, it's just fashion." And the Grammy goes to Andrae looks thoroughly harassed by Santino's song, especially the "corncob" part, which included some choreographed action involving Santino's hand and Andrae's ass.
At Parsons, Tim Gunn tells everyone that the designers will have one hour to fit their models and have their hair and make-up done. Zulema interviews that she and Kara had to break down the design and construction of their dress into what had to be done and what they could "get away" with not doing. It kind of seems like that should be the focus of every challenge, since time constraints are usually the eliminated designer's downfall. Marla interviews that when she and Diana were finished, their design looked "complete." Ringing endorsement there, huh? She also says that they felt safe that they would advance to the next challenge. Chloe mentions that the jacket of their design is reversible, and she hopes that their model, Grace, can pull that off on the runway. Zulema says, "I love this," about her dress.