Andrea is off to meet the Bells at their garage-centric home. Andrea asks if they have any questions for her, and they do: was Andrea planning on doing anything with the shed attached to the garage? Instead of answering like you or I might -- "A shed? That wasn't part of the deal, Bells. Do you hear me? That wasn't part of the deal." -- Andrea caves and agrees to incorporate it into the design. "Maybe this becomes the workspace," Ma Bell suggests. Yes, leave the children to suck up all those fumes from the car and to frolic in the oil slicks -- excellent idea. Anyhow, this last-second change that she probably could have pooh-poohed if she wanted has thrown Andrea for a loop: "It got very, very hard because there were all these changes we had to deal with. And out of nowhere came these impossible obstacles." Lady -- you're turning a shed into a workspace; you're not building the Panama Canal. Let's try and keep things in perspective before we toss around words like "impossible." Anyhow, Andrea dials up the Container Store-ambling Matt to tell him that there's been a change of plans in regards to the office; that would give Carisa a separate area to work in, and leave more space for storage in the garage. Carisa's able to snag some filing cabinets and tabletops to make the "impossible" task of outfitting the shed a little more possible -- it's like a Christmas miracle!
With 15 minutes left before their 10 PM deadline, the designers and their attendant carpenters start to load up the truck. Ryan expresses his hope that the Top Designers aren't stepping all over themselves tomorrow to get the project done. Matt's concerns are more prosaic: "If anyone makes a mistake, we know that's the person who's going to get blamed in the White Room and probably end up going home." Or it'll be the person who looks at Margaret Russell funny or reminds Kelly Wearstler of a guy who took her out on a bad date in high school or calls "heads" when Jonathan Adler's coin comes up tails. Really, it could go any way.