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- Anthony, who has finished in the bottom three a few times, rejoices at having won the last challenge. Janeane, meanwhile, laments her poor performance. Emilio decides he is going to "play is safe" this week if at all possible. Heidi then welcomes the contestants to the runway and warns that the week's challenge will include new models who "don't have that much experience." Out come a bunch of little girls! "Oh, crap," Jesse tells the camera. "This is going to be a nightmare." Jonathan, meanwhile, is "scared of children."
Cut to Parsons, where the designers begin to sketch out their ideas -- only smaller. Anthony wonders how this is all going to work considering the models don't have any "booties" or "breasts." Yikes. Emilio cautions that the designers shouldn't get too complicated. One shopping trip to Mood later, the cutting and sewing begins. "Children these days are very fashion forward, especially when you're eight," Jay explains. Mila does an A-line dress reminiscent of the 1960s. Seth's checkered black-and-white number is "fun" -- not a boring old "Easter dress."
The next morning, Janeane chats with her husband on the phone. She would "die for a hug and a kiss right now." But she isn't going to get it -- not right away, anyway. Not surprisingly, Tim enters with a surprise: "These looks will not be walking the runway today. They'll be walking the runway tomorrow with a corresponding look for your models" (meaning: the ones with booties and breasts). Emilio, who has created a small pink dress, worries that he is "screwed." With 13 hours to go, the contestants wager on how long Anthony can go without yapping. Our favorite flamboyant designers make it all the way to 15 minutes. It's a new record!
Tim enters to do some mentoring. He loves Jonathan's yellow dress with white frills. "It's going to be an attention grabber," Tim comments. On to Janeane. "You are really rocking Halloween here," Tim comments on the black-and-orange creation. Seth's complimentary outfits, on the other hands, receive high marks. Overall, Tim is "profoundly wowed." Enter the (tiny) models, who try on their outfits and generally act like little girls with a day off from school. With two hours to go, some designers -- i.e. Emilio -- worry about running out of fabric. "I don't show it, though," he tells the camera. "I never let them see me sweat." One hair and makeup session for the (regular-sized) models later, the contestants continue to bad mouth each other in private. Jonathan, meanwhile, reveals his master plan to "stay safe" until the midway point in the show. Now, he claims, he is going to really start bringing the crazy talent.
Later, Heidi welcomes the designers to the runway and introduces the judges: Michael, Nina and American designer Tory Burch. "Let's start the show," she chirps. The little and comparatively big models come out to strut the contestants' stuff. "It was so graphic and fun," Amy says of her VERY designed dress and shorts combo. "It's creative. It's different. And it's inspiring." Seth loves his two dresses. Jonathan describes his models' outfits as a "wow moment." Maya realizes she has taken a risk with her bright yellow palette, but she is also quite proud of it. Janeane knows her look is "simple," but feels her two looks "belong together." Heidi calls the following names: Jay, Amy, Jonathan, Seth, Jesse and Janeane. "If I have not called your name, congratulations," the host says. "Your scores have qualified you to move onto the next round."
Jonathan, Amy and Janeane have the lowest scores. They leave the runway for a moment so that the judges can talk to the successful contestants. Jesse explains his impressive dress-and-coat combo. "I think it's adorable," Nina says of the little lady's look. Seth's outfits, which are "all about comfort," receive incredibly high marks. "This jacket is the best-tailored outfit I've seen this season," Michael raves. The responses to Jay's two designs include "chic," "striking" and "cool." The contestants with the lowest scores now re-enter. Janeane's outfit is "too simple," according to Nina. Snips Michael: "The jacket looks like a Home Ec project." Jonathan's frilly look for his adult model looks like "toilet paper in a tornado," according to Michael. Amy's pants are a "train wreck." Heidi calls the explosion of colors "hideous." Ouch.
One judges' confab later, Heidi explains that "One of you will be named the winner and one of you will be out." Jesse is ... in. Seth is ... the winner! "My daughter is doing to be so happy," the designer says. Huh? Jay is ... in. Jonathan is ... in. After insulting Amy and Janeane one last time, Heidi tells Amy that she is ... in. That means Janeane is OUT. Looks like she'll be getting that hug and kiss sooner than she thought.