The shot pans over to Team 2 as Johanna comments on the infighting at Team 1. As Devin predicted, they are all business, though, and continue on in their work. Johanna claims co-leadership with stylist Dyshaun. Meanwhile, Devin looks on silently, cementing her reputation as "the quiet one." William questions a table that he thinks resembles a lamp, but Dyshaun shuts him down because William's ideas are "out there." William concedes that he backed down in service of the group. That didn't work for Arnaldo, but we'll see... When all is said and done, Devin cements William's caricature of her by declaring for the trillionth time, "I love it!"
Fabrice and Elena shoot with Team 1 first. Megan takes a stab at photo direction, with Kate constantly undermining her ideas -- just like she did last week. Megan says she's never been so frustrated and annoyed in her life. She is embarrassed. As the shoot continues, Megan waves her white flag and walks off to sulk in the background. This leaves Ashlie to vaguely tell the model to "work it out." Better instruction couldn't have been given by Jay Manuel himself!
The pros move on to Team 2. Dyshaun and William explain the concept. Dyshaun TH's that he took a leadership role, while Devin took a backseat. Devin looks at it from another perspective, saying she appreciated having strong people on her team. The shoot goes smoothly, and that's a wrap.
The teams head back to the office with 30 minutes for page design. Team 1 unhappily discovers that their concept translated more catalog-y than high fashion. Johanna sticks by her concept but says decisions had to be made in light of time constraints. Across the office, Megan sounds like a broken record as she lobbies to leave out the vintage TV. Kate says they can take the TV out but gives fair warning that she'll throw them under the bus for it. That's progress, I guess.
Back to Team 2, William stands alone about the color of the opening page but is overruled. He is frustrated that his teammates overlook his experience. Devin TH's that they designed a risky layout that the editors might consider too intellectual. Then why are you designing it as such? It's early days yet. Stick with the winning formula that you spent all day yesterday studying. Sheesh.
On Team 1, Megan becomes the lone dissenter when she thinks Danielle's "Retro Revival" title is too evocative of the '70s, not the '60s. She throws up her hands and lets them move forward with the title. Kate reaffirms that she took a risk today in insisting on the TV set and that she'll suffer the consequences if Anne doesn't like it. Megan insists she's beyond blame because she had no hand in the concept. The team squabbles some more about the spread, and Megan finally throws up her hands and proclaims, "I'm done." For someone who hates Kate so much, she is all too ready to embrace Kate's tactics.