Glenn, Charlie, and Gail were the top three this week, and Gail looks so happy and relieved I think she might fall over. Unfortunately, she wasn't the ultimate winner, and it's down to Glenn and Charlie, who hold hands while they receive their compliments. Glenn desperately wants to beat Charlie but once again, she doesn't and he's again the winner. The other stylists all have very frozen smiles on their faces at the result. Nicole, Matthew, and Paulo are then called forward as this week's bottom of the barrel. Jaclyn reiterates the problems each of them had before telling Nicole that she's safe. Crying, she goes back in line. Matthew thinks it's so ironic that he and Paulo, who had first and second choice, are the bottom two stylists. Well, Matthew, your choice of gown doesn't help so much when you're a shitty hairdresser. The judges all agree and mercifully send him home. While Paulo heaves a sigh of relief, Matthew says inexplicably, "Good. Thank you." His final words are that being there made him appreciate his wife even more, and that he's relieved to lose so he can go home to her. See, he can go home to her, and we can stop hearing him talk about her, and everyone is happy! Meredith interviews that his wife must be really amazing in bed. I'm so-so on her hair, but man do I hope she sticks around for a while so I can keep hearing whatever she has to say. You know who I don't want to listen to any more? Matt. So I'll just tell you that his exit interview is all about hairstyling. Except totally not at all.
Episode Report CardLauren S: B+ | 568 USERS: C+
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