Back at the workroom, Tim tells everyone that they will have until midnight that evening to work on their looks. He reminds them that there will be very little time to work the next day. He pleads with them to make it work, then leaves.
As Amy works with muslin, she interviews that time has really become a major factor. The stakes are getting higher, too, which makes the time crunch even more of a stress sandwich. That's so stupid, what I just wrote. The workroom seems so silent and tense. Jesse interviews that everyone is in the zone and quiet due to the high stakes of the competition. Anthony says the same thing -- that it's quiet because everyone is trying to make it work. Which brings us to Seth Aaron. He says aloud in the workroom that he's going to fall asleep if it remains that quiet. Then, he starts to sing and create sound effects for his own enjoyment. I cannot get over how much like grade school this is. Jay interviews that Seth Aaron is very immature and won't shut up no matter how many times they tell him. He continues to make the most random noise, while all of the designers glare at him. Anthony says, "I wish he would stop," probably for Seth Aaron's benefit, but it does no good. They need Tim to come in here and talk about seriousness of purpose to shut Seth Aaron up. He says, "I shake one helluva martini," which is stupid and takes me right back to my Episode 1 hatred of Seth Aaron. Emilio interviews that some people don't know how to keep quiet and let their garment do the talking. He believes that Seth Aaron needs to take it down a notch. Anthony calmly asks Seth Aaron if he smoked anything but a cigarette when he went outside. He says that he didn't, and Anthony replies, "I'll take your word for it."