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MOTR: Episode 3

It's a Fatma fatwa!


Color us disappointed. We wanted to see some major bitchtastic fireworks coming from Fatma's direction this episode. Instead...

Vanessa went into full-on, not-without-my-daughter, Lifetime Television for Women mode.

Just goes to show you can never tell which direction the drama's going to come from when it comes to models. Granted, Fatma DID say she wanted to punch Vanessa in the face, and her defense of that was appropriately hilarious:

"I said it under my breath, it's not something I told her to her face, it's an expression."

Oh! Well then! That's completely understandable.

In other breaking model news, apparently everyone forgot they hated Mitchell:


"You're the most beautiful girl in the world."

"I know. Now I am going to crush your head with my giant model hands for putting me in danger again. Hold still."

And Erika decides a SAG card and an Arby's commercial is better for her career than being compared to a soccer ball by Michael Kors. Go figure.

Heidi goes fishing for some bitchery:
"So, we wish her well, right?"

"You're fucking kidding, right?"

But YAY! Valerie's back. Seriously, from where we're sitting, she's the best of the lot. She's got the poise and the walk of a pro and she's got the kind of bone structure that makes photographers weep. Girl is a star in the making.

Back at Casa de Model, Vanessa's going for her Emmy:

"I feel extremely betrayed by Fatma. I will never be friends or trust that woman EVER again."

"I can't accept your apology. I think it's fake and phony, maybe I need some time to think about it."

"But...but...the producers told me I was supposed to be the crazy bitch on the show."

Models eat. Shyeah.

It's model-pickin' time! Logan, cupping his testicles protectively, picks Kojii.

Fatma debates whether she should merely cry on the runway or take a knife to a model's throat and start a hostage situation.

Erica goes home and the burgeoning lesbian soft core porn she and Matar were providing the producers goes with her, to the producers' eternal regret.

And if those airheaded designers leave Valerie standing on the runway like that again we'll...we'll...we'll write very mean things about them!


UPDATE: Here's Erika's commercial, poodles!


[Screencaps: projectrungay.blogspot.com - Video: YouTube/themiamatrix]



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78 comments:

Fuck! You bitches are really crankin' it out, today!


Guys, this is hilarious! LOL


The burgeoning romance between Erica and Matar was going to be the hook to get the hubby to watch PR and MOTR with me.

It was a big let-down not to have Fatma fireworks, but at least Valerie is back.


The collective "awwwwwwwwwww" the models sighed after Mitchell was sent home was one of the funniest things in the history of Project Runway. I was thinking, don't you ditzes watch your own show. You want him gone.


MOTR doesn't have enough content to be very interesting. Lifetime must agree because it seems like they have 5 minutes of show and 25 minutes of commercials. Your recaps are far more interesting so I'll just stick to those.


can I just say how ridiculous the models were last episode when they were all, "Erika is always out on auditions and go-sees...she doesn't really fit in with the rest of us." Oh right, she's working to move her career forward...very different from you ladies.


Priceless! ROFLMAO!!!


Re: phony apologies. Some bitch at work verbally attacked me in front of a bunch of people. Then in private said "I apologize if YOU tool something I said wrong".

Seriously WTF.

However, Vanessa was NOT going to get satisfaction, so just repeating the same things over and over to Fatma was useless.

I don't understand some of the choices the designers made.


This was the most interesting episode of the season, and that says a lot because this show is soooo bad, but I absolutely cannot not watch it. Your re-cap posts make me LMAO and therefore, feel much better for having wasted thirty-minutes of my life on this drivel. Anywho, I looooove Valerie --- from day one and was ecstatic when she returned. I have no idea what direction this show will take, but as long as TLo post re-caps, I'm in for the long, sometimes excruciating stomp down the runway.

- edina -


I keep wondering if maybe Valerie is difficult to work with or something and the editing just doesn't show it because Valerie and Fatma are too squeaky. It's the only thing I can think of that makes any sense, besides legal blindness.


"ASK said...
I don't understand some of the choices the designers made."

I have to agree with you, maybe they feel safe because they won or didn't go home with that particular model, but like Valerie, for example, she is gorgeous and should have no problem being picked.


BTW, love the recap, TLO. Hilarious!!


Kojii is the bomb, much more suited to Logan's style. Plus she's not obessesed with him, so it's easy to see whay he didn't want Fatma back.


Fatma, I don't care if you cry, you better cry and WALK!


EDIT:
"Valerie went into full-on, not-without-my-daughter, Lifetime Television for Women mode."

<- Her name's Vanessa, but you know that. Too many damn V names. Wasn't life simpler when it was just VICTORYA?

oh and I love seeing this called MOTR because it reminds me of LOTR (Lord of the Rings) so I think all of these models are just Models of the Ring... and then that makes me think they're all WWE Wrestlers.


" Anonymous said...

EDIT:
"Valerie went into full-on, not-without-my-daughter, Lifetime Television for Women mode."

<- Her name's Vanessa, but you know that. Too many damn V names. Wasn't life simpler when it was just VICTORYA?


Whoops. Fixed that. Thanks.


If the producers were canny, after all the models "awwwwed", and got all sad for Mitchell, they would have had Heidi pop in and say " Surprise! Mitchell's not leaving!!! Now who wants to be his model?!?"

the mood in the room would shift on a dime from sympathy to mortfification.

They all apparently loved him as long as their asses weren't on the line wearing his "ready-to-auf" disasters...


C'est moi, c'est moi Lola

"And if those airheaded designers leave Valerie standing on the runway like that again we'll...we'll...we'll write very mean things about them!"

Right on, TLo. I loved it when Valerie came back to the apartment and had to dish all the drama that Val had missed.

Oh, I think Fatma still has it in her to try and get her Logan back. Watch out Kojii!


"Vanessa went into full-on, not-without-my-daughter, Lifetime Television for Women mode."



Hahahahahahahahahaha

The sad part is that I did watch Not Without My Daughter.


I love you boys so much. From "not-without-my-daughter" to "we'll . .. we'll... we'll write very mean things about them!" this is post for the archives. Not to mention the ages.

And I'm SO with you about Valerie. She's a stunner.

Does anyone think Logan was actually considering selecting Fatma? Or did he think his continued well-being depended on having her think that letting her go was a hard choice to make?


call me easy cause I actually like this show. As crazy as Fatma came off, Vanessa has her beat by a mile. Also Vanessa seems to be a bit of a sh*t stirrer, constantly asking others if they heard what Fatma said.


I trust you'll find that Arby's commercial and post it for us, yes?


I think you perfectly captured what Fatma was thinking during The Unrequited Apology! Heh.

Yeah, there are definitely some crazy bitches in that house. Not full-on, hide-the-knives crazy. Just enough for me to want to see some test results. MMPI, maybe a Wechsler...


"Doug said...

I trust you'll find that Arby's commercial and post it for us, yes?
"

Your wish is our command.


Valerie's problem is that she looks "old" (by model standards). It's stupid, but it's true: Designers, almost universally, want their girls to look under 20. Valerie doesn't - she looks mature (in the true sense of the word, not the gentle insult it is used as when applied to women in show business), adult, poised.


The YouTube commentary is hysterical.

"You left Project Runway for that?"


I have to say maybe Vanessa should have been the one audiitoning for the Arby's commercial. Her reaction to Fatma bordered on the ridiculous

Personally I do get annoyed when models drop out like this for "better" offers. I understand you want to advance your career and all but you basically are screwing over a designer by your actions. If you're not willing to committ to the long haul then don't sign up for the show. So Erika don't get confused when CH had to drop you.

I pray Valerie gets to stay for a while becuase of all the models I have started to really respond to her and you boys are right there is something kind of special about her. MOTR may not be the most exciting little piece of work but I don't think I would have gotten to notice what a gem Valerie is without it. You barely saw anything of the woman during the main show

Frank


Perhaps I am the only one, but honestly, I don't see the appeal in Valerie??? She seems significantly older than the other models, and not the most beautiful of the bunch. Don't get me wrong ~ I'm not a fan of the fact that there's a whole lot of ageism in modeling, but it seems to be there nonetheless, so I am a little confused at the opinion that she's a star in the making, because at 27 (??? is that her age? I think I remember seeing 27), I would think that as a model, she would be on her way out as opposed to "in the making" because it seems like the older models these days became famous young and got to stick around because of that fame, as opposed to obtaining the fame as an older woman. :/


First of all, I was really disappointed with Valerie's reaction and was surprised by Fatma's. I didn't like Fatma at all, but at least she tried to apologize. Now that Vanessa refused her apology, I have reversed my feelings between Fatma and Vanessa and hope Fatma makes it longer than Vanessa - but neither will win!

Also, I'm so glad that Valerie is back - I really liked her, but the one comment made me think - she does look older and much more mature and I now wonder if that's why she was last again to get picked. Good Point!

Anyway, to each their own!

TDinC


"Stop making Roastburgers or Else..."


Dayum, they DID get my note!


TLo said: "Your wish is our command."

You're so good to us! Thanks!


Don't tell Lifetime but we don't watch Models of the Runway.... your recaps tell it all and MUCH BETTER.


I can't understand how Emarie keeps getting chosen over models like Valerie or Erica. The girl can't walk. She catches my eye every time she is on the runway simply because she seems so graceless and clunky.


So, those commercials... yeah, THAT'LL get her more publicity... really? Then again, I'm not a model, so what do I know?

For some crazy reason I actually like Fatma! Vanessa, on the other hand, I'm liking less with each episode. But Fatma's just so stunning! I love her personal style.


Frank said, "Personally I do get annoyed when models drop out like this for "better" offers ...snip... you basically are screwing over a designer by your actions."

Haven't seen the commercial yet, and I wasn't really an Erica fan, but I have to back up her up here.

National commercials can make you a TON of money. HUGE. Plus, getting a SAG card is a big step for someone starting their career. It will open up alot more auditions for her.

And haven't we heard in the past that PR models make little or no money? That they basically work for free in the hopes that they get the winner's shoot & the ten grand?

I don't blame her one bit for taking the sure-thing commercial over maybe-several-months-from-now-I'll-get-a-little-exposure.

Why should she give a shit about the designers? There are other models. Especially with Dr. Whitfield -- isn't she a "model-jumper"? (like Leo) It's not like she stayed through weeks of fittings and left 2 days before Fasion Week.

She SHOULD be more worried about her own career than whether or not some reality show contestant is inconvenienced for a day.


So Erica is already in two commercials, which look like the start of a campaign featuring the same four actors (her, the manager, the two other cashier-types)? She could be raking in the dough very quickly, which is much better than the measly $25K and otherwise-unpaid "exposure" the Weinsteins offer the models. Go, Erica!


Frank said, "Personally I do get annoyed when models drop out like this for "better" offers ...snip... you basically are screwing over a designer by your actions."



Oh c'mon dude! I LMAO when Shannone ditched Mean Girl. She didn't want to wear shit some established designer made 6 months ago!


Oh wait, I forgot the BP show...


Valerie reminds me of actress Gina Torres, and is therefore a win in my book. I can see why the designers don't pick her, but they're crazy.


I swear, I never hear the name Arby's without hearing the "I'm so hungry, I could eat at Arby's!" from The Simpsons.

Bless her heart.

Vanessa's high drama "I dont know if I can accept it" nonsense annoyed me. Of course it was a fake apology. And you need to fake accept it. It's what grown ups do. Unless, I suppose, they're on TV...oh, right.


I don't have a problem with a model looking out for her own career. I don't begrudge Erika wanting to get a SAG card. She wants to be an actress, that's fine. Getting good exposure on PR is more of longshot with the models than the designers. However the program has been on long enough and there have been enough interviews by now that the models should know both the risks & demands going into the show.

This is not season 1 and the models are getting a much nicer setup thanks to MOTR along with that monetary carrot. I am just saying if you are not willing to committ potentially up to 5 weeks of your life to the show, don't go on. And don't act disappointed in the confessional when the designer doesn't want to risk their career for you over it. It's called being professional.

Frank


"furthering your career" will only happen this one time. Once people in the industry find out you dropped out of a contracted commitment for another one, you won't be hired again, SAG card or not, because they'll think you will do the same to them.

Bad move.


When we (my kids and husband and I) watch this show (possibly we are also easy) we notice how the model's room seems to be inhabited by some other species of human. They curl up their slender ten foot legs and gently wave their six foot arms. It is a beautiful thing to see. Very otherworldly.

I loved hearing them mew "NO!" when Mitchell was aufed. Gave me a chance to add fickle to the youngun's vocabulary. : )

On apologies: John Hodgman said last night on twitter (commenting about Rep. Joe Wilson's apology) that he was proud to be a douchebag. But he was sorry to have let everyone KNOW he was a douchebag.

Except I get the feeling Fatma was really trying to apologize . It is just that she has the personality of a parrot. Wild and loud.

And BTW - I leave town for ONE day and I miss the Vogue Hommes post?


Stephanie said, " Once people in the industry find out you dropped out of a contracted commitment...

She didn't drop out. Erica was going to miss a fitting, and Dr. Whitfield was given the option of replacing her. And models have missed fittings etc. on PR in the past - sometimes with much less warning.

Which tells me their contracts are fairly loose -- certainly not nearly as tight as the designers' contracts, otherwise the models wouldn't be going to auditions, castings or meetings with their agents.

PR models have worked other jobs during the filming of past seasons, so clearly the contracts aren't exclusive. PR can't very well lock them in their rooms if they're not going to pay them well.

So I seriously doubt that leaving this show will negatively impact her career. I'd bet my paycheck that most of the people who would potentially hire Erica know exactly what's in a PR model contract.


Except I get the feeling Fatma was really trying to apologize.

I think so too, at least on a 'let's agree to disagree and get on with our lives' level.

Vanessa apparently feels that apologies are impossible without tears and group hugs, and anyone who can say "I'm sorry" without histrionics is 'fake'


Team Fatma.


sixgables
9/10/09 1:55 PM I swear, I never hear the name Arby's without hearing the "I'm so hungry, I could eat at Arby's!" from The Simpsons.

Bless her heart.

I got another Arby's tale:

I used to drive by a construction site on the way to work where I saw an incinerated figure that resembled a common house pet.

Two days later the pet was gone, and the Arby's up the street had a "Buy One, Get One Free" sandwich special.


Jen said: "Valerie reminds me of actress Gina Torres, and is therefore a win in my book."

YES! Haven't seen Gina in a while, but love her too.

Guess Valerie is my favorite model now; originally I preferred Vanessa but not after her refusal to accept the apology. Hey, at least Fatma was willing to humble herself on national TV -- whether she was truly sorry, WTF? Say "Thank you" and move on, Vanessa.


I should bring up Amanda Fields claimed in her writeup of that episode that SAG members can't appear on a reality show like PR. If that's true then getting that card was the equivalent of dropping out.

Now I should emphasize I don't hate Erika for looking out more for herself than CH. But again if her priority was to get as many modeling and acting gigs and such, she really should have thought twice before coming on even though the contracts the models sign are fairly accomodating.

The only big stipulation is the girls have to be present on the day of a runway. I beleive this is due to what happened with Julia during S1 when her gig went longer than anticipated and Austin was forced to sub in to help Jay out.

Perhaps my annoyance comes from the fact they really aren't asking a lot from the models or constraining them that much. So when somehting like this happens, it feels that much more crumby.

Frank


I thought Erica deserved to go home. Her walk was awful on the runway. I really like her look, she just needs to work on her walk.


I was happy to see Erika drop out because it meant a return of Valerie! Hooray. I agree, TLO....she is stunning. But probably being left standing because she seems older (don't know if she really is, but she certainly acts like a grown-up in comparison to these other crazy girls). Which is sad to me that all of these up and coming new faces are bringing the same old, worn out baggage of misogyny with them.

And call me crazy, but I think Fatma is incredible to watch coming down the runway. Logan should have risked the crazy factor, in my opinion.

Vanessa is annoying to me. Especially after her hissy fit.


Frank wrote:

Perhaps my annoyance comes from the fact they really aren't asking a lot from the models or constraining them that much. So when somehting like this happens, it feels that much more crumby.

Then the Weinsteins can pay the models appropriately and not have this problem. They're the ones I'm annoyed with (but changing out models always ups the drama so they probably love it when this kind of thing happens).

After all, it's the Weinsteins who ultimately have the power to cough up the terms of whatever contract the models are presented with and if they're going for the cheap (i.e. only a chance at $10k), then I'm not even sure what kind of contract they can come up with that would be legally enforceable that would require models not to accept any outside work since the models aren't actually getting paid.

I don't think industry people who'd look at Erika's 'contract' would penalize her for what she chose or if a designer chose another model because Erika couldn't make a fitting, either. Certainly her agent (who gets a percentage of her earnings) knows the industry and can judge what the fall-out would be and thought a nice SAGged actress with a potential commercial run outstrips whatever exposure she may have had on a week-to-week reality show that paid bupkis.

You pay for what you get and if you're not paying, you shouldn't be surprised if you don't always get 100%. Especially in this case when it didn't seem at all difficult to replace one model with another.


TLo said:
And if those airheaded designers leave Valerie standing on the runway like that again we'll...we'll...we'll write very mean things about them!
-----------
Please, please do!!
Those airheaded designers must have been smoking the same thing the judges were!!! Valerie IS the best!!!!


Ginger said:
Vanessa apparently feels that apologies are impossible without tears and group hugs, and anyone who can say "I'm sorry" without histrionics is 'fake'



Yeah. With all the talk of producer induced drama - gotta say - you can't make up stuff like Vanessa's delirium. I feel some guilt enjoying it tho - how old are these models? Nah! Even my 10 yr. old thought she was off her rocker.

Team Fatma!!!!


Now I KNOW you've been struggling with last week's episode as much as many of us commenters have been. You've been putting out one-or-maybe-two laugh/snort out loud lines per post all week, but this one is jam-packed! TLo's hittin' their stride, the boyz r back in the house, y'all!

(forgive me. I'm just an aging nerd surrounded by teens)


IMO Valerie is by far the most beautiful, graceful and poised model. She has a real presence and can work the runway. But she does look significantly older than most of the other models. She's my favorite and is so much better than a lot of the other girls. I have to think her more mature look is causing these silly designers to overlook her.

Other favorites: Koji, Vanessa (crazy bitch but she's got a great look and can work the runway), Katie, Ebony and Matar (buck up, honey, you seem way too fragile to survive this snakepit especially now that your "friend" has gone).

Least favorites: Emarie, Lisa, Kalyn. Emarie looks a bit like Korto's model. I never liked her either.


If I had a cat, I would name her Kojii. Just love the name. The model is pretty awesome and awesome-looking as well.


Valerie looks like a clone of actress Lynn Whitfield. couldn't find any evidence they're related, but I can't believe they're not.


Vanessa (not that one)

Unlike ANTM, the girls just kinda sit in the house. Passive victims to the designer's whims. I do like hearing their perspective on the judging and designers. On that note, why couldn't we see the response to Heidi's question about Bickerson or did it really just amount to "They weren't on the same page"?

What I really don't care about is nonsensical arguments about how Arby's model doesn't fit in or whatever the nonsensical argument of the week is. But Valerie coming back is a major yay.


"furthering your career" will only happen this one time. Once people in the industry find out you dropped out of a contracted commitment for another one, you won't be hired again, SAG card or not, because they'll think you will do the same to them. Bad move.

Nah, this is a non-union reality show gig. As an actor, I can tell you that legit producers, directors, casting directors, etc. don't care about that. Erika was just missing the fitting, not the runway show, so it was CH's decision to change models. There have been cases through the seasons of other models missing fittings for various reasons, so it's up to the designer.

And Erika's commercials have been airing for what? six months now? It's a campaign and I'm sure she's made high five figures if not six figures already on her commercials. Good for her!!

I'm really glad Valerie is back.


Between SAG health insurance and a six month commerical run, Erika hit the jackpot. She made the right choice. Go, girl!


another laura

I think Erika made the right move. She may have been thin but face-wise she's not really fashion model material. Look how at home she looked in the Arby's ad!

A Mini-Rant: Poodles, if you're not watching the show, why are you coming to comment here about how you're not watching the show? I get that this is not a big hit but I'm DVRing it for Saturday morning coffee and I like the extra footage.

Mini-Rant over: I'm really hoping for more Fatma drama this week. Vanessa was cracking me up with her tears and "not trusting" - the true camera hog! I think Fatma is far more genuine. She is going to 'splode and I can't wait.


Rillion said...

If I had a cat, I would name her Kojii. Just love the name. The model is pretty awesome and awesome-looking as well.



Me too and she is gorgeous!!


Frank - I totally get your point. All this other talk of a better deal and contracts that are more or less open is just white noise. The real point, to me a least, is she signed up and gave her word when she was selected to be on the show. That's it. Period. The next girl in line didn't get the chance that Erika discarded. A person's word used to mean something. Similar to what Mitchell did. He didn't give it his all and it seems just wanted to be on TV for a bit when another serious designer would've given their eye teeth for the opportunity.

So what happens next time if Erika is chosen for another commercial but then gets a role on a TV sitcom or movie? Does she bail on that job too, to further her career once again?


bornfamous said...

"Valerie looks like a clone of actress Lynn Whitfield."

Yes! Exactly! I was trying to think of her name but I could see her face. Valerie is a dead ringer for LW. Thanks for clearing that up for me.


Ill never trust that woman again...really chicky, when did u ever trust her??? You've been in a house with her for what 2 maybe 3 weeks max!!!!! Jokes. I can't believe Fatma didn't call her on that alone. Oh the dramatics.

I will say I like Fatma and Valerie, there is another model who is knock out gorgeous....Tanisha! I love her look.


"It's a Fatma fatwa!"


Indeed it is. Love the recap, guys. That commercial is priceless!!!


David said...

The collective "awwwwwwwwwww" the models sighed after Mitchell was sent home was one of the funniest things in the history of Project Runway. I was thinking, don't you ditzes watch your own show. You want him gone.



I know right? I was like WTF ladies? YOU HATED HIM A MINUTE AGO!!!!!


What's with the designers not wanting Valerie!? D:


I heard that Heidi will be critiquing the models this week. Wouldn't it be great if she did that every week, and even gave them tips on their walks, etc.? I also think they could put at least some of the styling footage on the model show, along with the girls' reactions to the styling. That would open up more time on PR and give this show more interest and make it more back-stagey.

I think Erika made the right decisiion. She really was not model material. And do these models have a contract? Back in the olden days on Bravo, they did not get paid as models (it was a "competition"), and models have not shown up before due to getting paying jobs. Maybe it's changed.

Most of these young women are gorgeous. Valerie has a great face, maybe a little old-looking, but I remember thinking her lower legs (knees down) were a little heavy. My favorites are Valerie, Emarie (though she often looks pissed-off on the runway), Matar, and Tara. I can't watch the show or get it online (no cable, dial-up, waaah), so I can't comment as to their walks. I don't like Kojii's hair style.


I must say that Fatma looked STUNNING in that dress Louise designed for her and she was quite pleased to wear it too. I'm glad she picked her for another week.


Anonymous said...

What's with the designers not wanting Valerie!? D:



I don't understand that at all.


this model show is ok, but you guys should blog about Americas next top model. a far superior model show that just started its season this past Wednesday.


Umm, no, no one should ever blog about Top Model.


I heart you guys, I really do! Love the MOTR caps and the OMG commercial.

Now that we're on the subject of commercials, it's time to do caps on the stock that Lifetime is pushing on us. NuvaRing, the pube razor, and Army Wives.


vanessa is way too sensative. it would benefit her to learn to let go of things.


I'm sorry, Fatma is no Mother Teresa but Vanessa is a raving bitch. "I CANNOT FORGIVE YOU"....like WTF did she do?


Didn't Vanessa ever hear that "to forgive is divine?" lol


God, I love Fatma! She's so adorably self-absorbed!


Don't like Valerie all that much.
Looks a bit old and has a lot of gums.
Surely she's not the very worst, Emarie is a monster.


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