Later that night, Devin's manicure session was interrupted by Kate vs. The World. Even Danielle got riled up at Kate's dismissive view of retail experience, all the while William poured himself a tall glass of wine and reveled in the cat fighting. Dyshaun seemed amused by the idiotic blow-up, too, until he decided to chime in. In the brand new clip, he vows to retire from fashion and become a grocery store employee if Kate wins. "I've been over you since I first met you," he sighs.
The next day, the teams headed to Brooklyn for their editorial challenge, which involved styling a photo shoot for the opening page to a fashion spread around a Tory Burch frock. New footages reveals how, on the way there, Johanna concocted the highly symbolic and obscurely intellectual, yet entirely underdeveloped (we're talking first year of film school here, people) idea to place mannequins all around the model to represent soulless, brainless socialites. Devin asks what will be their Plan B. Silence fills the car.
Hours later, the teams had finished begun shooting. Team Drama underwent so much strife that Megan walked off (seeming to avoid murdering Kate on film). Later Kate used her absence to discredit Megan during panel. Nonetheless, the other team's mannequin theme was deemed too baffling, so two losers were pulled from Team Harmony this week: Devin, who was embarrassingly prone to junior high yearbook layouts and William, who proved that first impressions can't always be overcome with experience or talent.
Which brings us to last week's episode. In a never-before-seen clip, Kate skulks away from the other five competitors to avoid hearing their insults. Though, I must say, if someone compared me to a "beat-down Chihuahua," as Dyshaun does to Kate, I would probably want to hear it. I'm not sure I can fault anyone who goes to such lengths to express his disdain. (Except maybe Michael Kors.) Kate shouts across the room that the others base all their conversations on her, and it's making her sick. In turn, Megan TH's that Kate is a monster. Meanwhile, Kate's attempt to separate herself is truly pathetic. I might even say that she wants to hear them, maybe even gets a perverse pleasure from the attention, albeit negative. Seriously, though, she's about 10 yards away, and the office is entirely empty, so there's no way she wouldn't hear what the others say without leaving the room... Not the brightest crayon in the box, that one.