Jonathan mocks Heidi's voice and how she wants all the drape-y stuff. Also, the dress she suggested would take a week to make. The models come in for a fitting. Seth Aaron graciously tells Cerri that he's excited to be working for her. Monique, who was Maya's model, is thrilled to see Monique. The girls are all shocked that Maya quit.
With the girls gone, the designers work like mad to finish. Jonathan compares the atmosphere to a pressure cooker. Jay seems to possibly be losing his mind. He screams something unintelligible while at his sewing machine. He interviews that Heidi is worried that he is going to make her butt look big. If giving birth to 12 children is going to make your butt look big, don't worry about Jay. He says he hasn't figured out whether to change his design or go with his original intention.
So, Jonathan decided to make a new dress for Heidi. It's all drape-y and he thinks it's disgusting. So, SO, he makes a new dress. A third dress. This is a huge mistake. You really are in reverse world, Jonathan. Get out of reverse world! Poor Anthony, with his extended work hours, only got an hour of sleep.
The next morning, Mila stares out the window of the apartment that she has all to herself. She interviews that Heidi's critique has made her really nervous. Jonathan notes that a day is probably not enough time to pull out a red carpet look. He's comforted by the fact that all of the designers are in the same horrible sinking boat. Anthony asks his god to be with him today, via chalkboard.
At the workroom, everyone seems too tired to be particularly manic. Anthony says that he would like to take that time to send out a special message to Maya: "Thank Youuu!" Seth Aaron is working slower, but he says that he's kind of a spaz; so him at half-speed is still faster than everyone else. Anthony is feeling rushed -- he's having to redesign the front of his dress, because the fabric is doing something funny. He says that life is very interesting right now. That Anthony, he sure knows how to make shit into sunshine. Jay wants to pull off the complicated stuff in his designs so that he can show the judges what he's capable of. Jonathan mumbles that you can't worry about the judges -- you just have to try to make something nice. Mila says that the hem on Jonathan's dress is funky and the draping doesn't look great. That's not good. Mila sounded genuinely sad that Jonathan's design was such a mess. However, she adds that there is some relief in seeing other designers with crappy dresses, for it increases the possibility that someone's look will tank worse than hers. Sad but true. Emilio still needs to make the zipper on his dress, which he says is tricky.