Team 3 presents their "Pretty 'N' Punk" page. Kate grimaces as Dyshaun gives the back story on how the mother-daughter pair inspired the layout, while Johanna does not ramble(!) as she explains that they picked stand-alone pieces that embodied both pretty and punk. It's a well put-together page with a catchy title and just the right number of items. Damn those bitches. Anne loves everything about the page, including the exquisitely dressed mother and daughter. More shots of Kate wiggling around like a kindergartener about to wet her pants. Joe Zee compliments the team for heading his first-day advice that "Fashion is about the mix." Cynthia blah, blah, blah, zzzzzzzzzzzzzz....
But wait! Before they go, Anne notices that there are no shopping credits. Johanna says they didn't feel right making up prices. Anne tells her that they would have had to use their brains (Megan!) and research their items for correct info. It's called research, guys. Making magazines isn't exclusively about picking pretty things and draping them on tables. Joe Zee sternly notes that fashion credits are critical. Anne adds that they're the only reason the magazine exists and says it's a shame because she wants everything on the page but has no idea where to buy it.
Finally, Team Train Wreck shows their gloriously titled "Steel Magnolias" page, with Ashlie explaining that their metallic trend is edgy but can also be soft and appropriate for spring. I'm pretty sure it's just a choppy cut, but it looks like Kate teeters up to the screen right after Ashlie finishes and points out the three items she chose to add some color to the page. For someone who was worried about looking like a girl playing dress-up, Kate does herself no favors. It's like everyone else got the memo that they were making a professional presentation while she got a piece of construction paper with "Show & Tell, 9pm" scrawled on it in crayon. She's all, "I picked this... and this... and this..."
Anne asks who picked the couple. Eternity stumbles over the explanation of Kathleengate and ultimately takes credit for backing down. Anne asks if they gave away their first pick, and Cologne pauses before admitting they did. Anne gives a cryptic "interesting," then moves on to her critique. She thinks the layout is a bit cluttered but is more concerned that the trend is dated. Joe Zee talks a blue streak, saying that the products are poorly selected, the page is monotone, the metallics should have been better styled, and, worst of all, it looks like a page from a Duty Free catalogue. He thinks they had the start of an idea but went nowhere with it. Whoa. That was way harsh, Joe Zee.