Moving on to Team Miami, Jonathan asks Matt his opinion on his team's finished product; Matt thinks things are just peachy. The judges decide to disabuse him of this notion: "Where it really fell apart for me was just in the colors," Jonathan says. Particularly offensive to Jonathan's eye were the green and purple hues, and he wants to know who's responsible for this assault on his optic nerves right now. "I think that I started the color," Elizabeth says slowly and poised to duck in case Jonathan hurls his stool at her. "But we kind of collectively picked the colors." That's not good enough for Jonathan who would like to know who the leader of Team Miami was; Matt is only to happy to suggest that Erik and Elizabeth spearheaded the design. This cuts Jonathan to the quick -- he didn't see any of Matt's touches in the design and wonders if Matt "stepped back" during the design process. "Erik and Elizabeth immediately seemed to have some similar ideas," Matt says. "So I was more comfortable stepping back and each of us taking our individual roles in working together." Translation: Don't blame me; I voted for pastels. After some dismissive commentary from Kelly and the judge who isn't Kathy Ireland, Erik wants to revisit the issue of the colors. Oh, foolish, foolish Erik -- you have only angered Jonathan Adler further. "It's like something about the green and the purple," Jonathan says. "It felt more like Vegas than Miami," Kelly adds. "That acid green is a very strong color and not really one you associate with a resort or a beach or water," Margaret says. "I don't know what you were thinking." Happy you revisited the color subject, Erik? Because Elizabeth doesn't seem to be: "Well, you know we had a discussion about that very succinctly because Matt has been working in Miami, and that was one of the first questions I asked." Translation: If I'm going down, I'm taking this rat bastard with me.
Let's wrap things up with Team St. Tropez, the team that puts the "Me? Work?" in "Teamwork." Jonathan correctly fingers Goil as the primary culprit behind the cabana's structure -- that's good news for Goil, as Jonathan found the structure interesting and creative. "I was looking up and I was like, 'I'm in St. Tropez, I'm in St. Tropez.' And I looked down, and I was like, 'Wait, I'm in Buffalo.'" ["HEY!" -- Joe R]