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Launch My Line: Episode 7

Alright kittens, let's get down to it.

WANT: This show to be better.
NEED: This show to be over.

Here's an idea. How about instead of stunt-casting the Wonder Twinks, Bravo just reaches back into the pool of talent they helped nurture and use them to host/judge the show? Kara Saun had more interesting things to say, made better connections with the designers, and showed more comfort and ease in front of the cameras than Dan and Dean did the entire season. And think how much time could be saved without the twins having to change their outfits every time the camera sets up? Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?


So congrats, Kathy and Emil, who had to come up with a look that went from company party to a hot night club opening.

I don't know what "company" this chick works for but it's got a pretty lax dress code, wouldn't you say? The jacket's fine but the top is slutastic.

We like the skirt.

But we hate THAT. Gals, answer this: would you wear a flip-up skirt? It's like reversible wrap dresses. Clever, but who the hell would wear that?

Eric and Galina: Religious event to a high society cocktail party

We don't actually hate this. Maybe it's just that it's probably the least offensive look they've put out so far. It's not exactly classy or demur, but it is for those two.

THAT's awful, though.

We like the fabric they chose for the top and we like the idea of a bejeweled collar, but these two elements don't go together as well as they should.

Merle and Thai: Company party to a high society cocktail party

Not a bad entry, all things considered. She should have really had this one in the bag, though.

The jacket's kinda bleh.

But that back is spectacular.

And that hem is weird.

Louanna and Jim: Baby shower to a movie premiere

The judges said that Louanna failed to make a suitable baby-shower-to-movie-premiere outfit. You know why, judges? THERE'S NO SUCH THING. Not that it excuses the weirdness of this design. For one, the colors are pukey. Who wears a shiny white pants suit over a shiny pink blouse? Gross.

For another, there's just way too much volume all over this thing. Volume on the jacket sleeves...

Volume on the blouse...

And volume in the pants. Honey, turn the volume down. Oh wait. They sent you home. Never mind.


[Photos: BravoTV.com/Trae Patton - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]


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74 comments:

"There's no such thing!"

No kidding. I like the idea of Uncle Nick and other PR cast on a show. I'd like it.

I really hate the judges cruising thru the workroom. It's just head-fuckage.


The judges said that Louanna failed to make a suitable baby-shower-to-movie-premiere outfit. You know why, judges? THERE'S NO SUCH THING

LMAO! I don't watch this show, but your recaps are hilarious!

and a show with ex-PR designers as judges?!?!? I'M THERE!!!


TLo wrote:

WANT: This show to be better.
NEED: This show to be over.

BWAHAHAHAHAH


TLo said:
Here's an idea. How about instead of stunt-casting the Wonder Twinks, Bravo just reaches back into the pool of talent they helped nurture and use them to host/judge the show? Kara Saun had more interesting things to say, made better connections with the designers, and showed more comfort and ease in front of the cameras than Dan and Dean did the entire season. And think how much time could be saved without the twins having to change their outfits every time the camera sets up? Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

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Absolutely, positively, indubidably!!!!!


Haha....."pukey" that I loved


Thanks for the updates; I've given up on this show but still like to read what you think of it all.


Oh THANK YOU for saying what I felt. I only watched this because my roomie wants to see this to the end.

This challenge could have been intersting but there were again so many constraints everyone basically did the same idea-a reversible jacket.

Personally the thing that annoys me about the twins is how they say "they're just checking on their progress and aren't here to advise". That is such utter BS when they do guide and steer them every challenge-especially this last one. They were giving very blatant comments and major recommendations.

Personally a part of me wishes Merle had been sent packing. The way she's edited and comes across on camera, there's a rather unlikable elitist vibe. I was so happy when Kara Saun took the wind out of her sails with her critique.

What's more I thought she came across so hypocritical going on and on about how jealous Ms Rawls was of her and how if she were jealous of someone she's be smart enough to keep it to herself. Yet she has no problem slamming people to the camera and rip their designs and personalities.

I realize that's the big difference between her and somone like Laura. Laura would say to your face what she says about you in the confessional. Plus she could take it as well as she dishes it out.

Oh well it was nice to see Kara Saun. She would have made a better judge than any of their regular panel

Frank


Forget to give the obligatory kudos to Amanda working it as well as she always does. 1 of the few bright spots of the show is this girl gets to work a runway-even if it's this runway

Frank


yes, yes, yes, bring on Uncle Nick, Kara Saun, Jay, and oh, lets' say Laura or Chris March as judges. That would be a much more entertaining show than this one.


>>Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?<<

Yes, yes, yes! And any other combination of PR alums!


I do believe that the twins secret mission was to put a spanner into everyone's designs last week.


Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

Hell yeah! I'd watch it then.


Yay! I'm so glad ya'll are still posting about this show! I know its dreadful, but I can't stop watching it now. I also still REALLY like the idea...if it had decent judges, I think it would have such potential for awesome-ness.


Amanda looks stunning in the studio shot with the jacket turned on the wool side. Real hollywood glamour.
She looks fantasic in the draped pink satin too.


I wondered whether they had to be wearing the 3 pieces in both looks or just one?

But then again - the challenges are so friggin convoluted - love the "There's no such thing" line.

I kept trying to think what you could have done, but the combination of the 3 items the totally incogruous events and using their existing fabrics was overwhelming


a fashion reality show where you have PR alums as host, mentors and judges?

WHY HAVEN'T WE THOUGHT OF THIS BEFORE?!

and you know what? that reality show that has jay and austin, it's LONG OVERDUE!


You know those clowns that go around on stilts at parades? Poor Amanda looks like one of those.


First off, I think the idea of an all Project Runway Alumni show is brilliant! They could use some of the other designers as revolving judges or mentors, maybe. That is a pretty big talent pool to pull from, and I wouldn't mind catching up with Chloe, Uli, Daniel, Michael, Emmett, Austin, Leanne, Korto, Kara Janx, Rami, Jillian, Sissy Bear, Kaynebow, Robert, etc. There has been some highly decent talent on PR, and it would be nice to see them put to use some of the wisdom they have gained from appearing on the show.

About LML, the only thing two things I took from the last episode, is I feel like the wrong designer was sent home, and Amanda looked more beautiful than I have ever seen her. That girl needs her own show. Maybe Lifetime should have cast her as the "host/mentor" of Models of the Runway.

Thanks for the great post as always, and make sure you schedule that meeting with Andy at Bravo!


Yeah, I've barely been paying attention to this show anymore now that PR is back. I kind of leave it on in the background while I'm doing other things.
I will say, though, that girlfriend deserved to go. Holy crap that outfit was shit-tastic.
White+shiny+volume+draping? I can't think of one woman who would wear that.


YES, YES, YES to the idea of having PR alums host and judge the show, especially to the suggestion of Uncle Nick! There was one episode of Project Runway Canada in which the designers flew to LA and Nick played the Tim Gunn role, and he was fantastic.

I liked Kathy's skirt, and I would wear it, but NOT to a company event. Well, maybe I'd wear it to dinner at Sushi Samba during one of our corporate retreats in South Beach, but that's about it. I thought it was sexy-skanky enough for a nightclub opening without being rolled up at the hem.


How about instead of stunt-casting the Wonder Twinks, Bravo just reaches back into the pool of talent they helped nurture and use them to host/judge the show?

How is that "stunt casting?" What is the stunt? Having actually famous designers host the show instead of former models or reality show contestants? That's not what stunt casting means at all.

Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

No. I don't need to relive old PR seasons all the time. Let it die already. The glory days of the show are over, and while it was cool to see Kara Saun again and she had a lot to say, I tend to think the designers popping up on TV all the time (I realize this does not include KS) are the ones who aren't getting actual design work. This show is a turd, but it's not because it's not exactly like PR. It's ok for a show not to be PR and not be filled with all the same people. Really, it is.


Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

Well, probably, yesh, with one misgiving: I remember really disliking Jay's behavior as a guest judge on PR. Granted he can be rather funny and obviously is camera-comfortable but I'm not sure how I'd like him as a regular judge.

As to the show as is, honestly, the only interest I have in it at this point is reading the posts here for amusement value. I wonder how they're doing in the ratings.


Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

I would watch only if Chris March was a judge, too. I LOVE his blog on Bravo - funny, just like he is!


The craziness of the challenges is starting (well maybe not starting) to seem unfair to the designers.

On PR, the bizarre challenges push the designers and I think it makes the resulting garments better.

But on LML, with the pre-picked fabric and the necessity that the looks fit into a single line it seems barely possible to meet -all- of the briefs. And even if they do, I think it lowers the quality of the designs.



No. I don't need to relive old PR seasons all the time. Let it die already. The glory days of the show are over, and while it was cool to see Kara Saun again and she had a lot to say, I tend to think the designers popping up on TV all the time (I realize this does not include KS) are the ones who aren't getting actual design work. This show is a turd, but it's not because it's not exactly like PR. It's ok for a show not to be PR and not be filled with all the same people. Really, it is.


The boys have been quite vocal about the show not being PR and not needing to be PR. They said the same thing about The Fashion Show.


I think I've missed at least two episodes, but TLo's post is far more entertaining than the show. Darlings, if you'd be happier not watching or blogging this disaster, by all means stop. Who could possibly hold it against you?


Emma, I ageee and further on your point.

So at the beginning you chose your fabric because your line was supposed to be for a type A professional (CEOprah) or suiting (architect guy) but your "cohesive" line is supposed to include a theaterical opening, an avant garde beach look, inspired by someone with a totally different aesthetic/demo (a bar hopping party girl vs your Type A pro).

How can that premise fail??


TLo said...
"Kara Saun had more interesting things to say, made better connections with the designers, and showed more comfort and ease in front of the cameras than Dan and Dean did the entire season."

Kara Saun was awesome and had so much more screen presence and grace than the wee men (borrowing the term). Lou's outfit was over-the-top with satin & volume, but I don't think she deserved to go because she was so much more tolerable than team Meryl/Thai.
Excellent post though.


Stunt casting comes more from the fact we have these twins who happened to be accomplished designers and that the same twins are the host. The novelty factor of them switching off sentences gets a bit tiresome after a while. Having Mizrahi has host/judge was also stunt casting since he has major celebrity creds to his name

The advantage of having someone like Uncle Nick be the host is that:

1)Being an PR alum he knows how to function in front of the camera and those people who would watch the show know this also. He's pre0tested.

2)Nick is an experienced teacher at FIDM so he already knows how to play the mentor role.

There would be nothing wrong getting the alumni to judge-as long as you get the right alumni. People with some differing POVs and perspectives who can express themselves and who have personality & chemistry.

THat has been 1 of the keys to PR success. We might bitch at times, we might not always agree with them, but Heidi, Nina and Michael have all the above described combo. LML and TFS failed to come up with a comparable judging panel.

Frank


Hat has been 1 of the keys to PR success. We might bitch at times, we might not always agree with them, but Heidi, Nina and Michael have all the above described combo. LML and TFS failed to come up with a comparable judging panel.

Frank



I don't know Frank, that episode of The Fashion Show when Issac Mizrahi got into the spat with the Manolo Blahnik (president?) had me in stitches. I'm laughing about it a little right now, just thinking about it.


Merle should have gone home.

I really hoped Luanna would win since she's the most put together design-wise of the group, closely followed by Kathy.

If Kathy doesn't win, I'll really wish I had my hour a week back that this show has sucked out of my life.


Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?

In a heartbeat!


Yes, yes and yes. I would lurve this show mentored by Kara Saun (how great was it to see her?) and Uncle Nick. Since they randomly pulled Kara out for a walk-thru, perhaps Bravo is thinking the same?

Merle's hem was beyond weird. It looked sloppy. Like her slip was showing. I think the competition is killing her ability to self analyze and edit.

Louanna's might have been ok if the pants and jacket had been a matte material. On a side note, Amanda modeled the hell out of that look.

Eric's success befuddles me but I am starting to see what a sweet guy he is and his relationship with his expert really is a generous, supportive one.

They need to schedule this next time so that it doesn't conflict with PR. It's hard to summon interest now that the real thing is back. And really back this time.


Uncle Nick and Kara Saun are West Coast while Jay and Laura are East Coast. Where would you film?

I do like the idea of raiding the attic for talent. I'd like to see Veronica Webb on the judging panel; she was excellent during her appearance on The Fashion Show. And maybe this is where you can fit Isaac Mizrahi into the mentor role.

As for the show itself, it needs fewer hoops to jump. There's enough of interest with the basic premise -- non-fashion types trying to collaborate with fashion professionals building pieces of a line -- that you don't need to add twists just to screw with the hamsters. It's enough to make them come up with outfits for business, beach and evening without making them make one outfit for all three...

That said, I do like restricting them to 10 fabrics and then using the Trim Room to add some variety. After all, the first lesson from PR 7 was editing your fabric choices, and you want to see cohesion in the line.


The most entertaining moment (of pretty much the whole season) came when Galina had to try and explain the concept of a Bris to Eric. Pure reality show gold, how could you not mention it? :)


I forgot to ask if anyone else is sick to death of Lisa Kline saying she would sell that in her shop every, single time she likes something. I know that is what she does, but change it up a little! Go get a fashion thesaurus or something! It is almost as annoying as Heidi's, "I would wear that." Sorry, just a little something I find irksome...


The only issue I have with your new show talent line up is that there's no "Nina."

I say, Laura and Jay (male and female perspectives from two designers with very different aesthetics and philosophies) and then someone fabulous, fashion forward, and preferably foreign (since we have two American designers) from fashion journalism.

Then get Uncle Nick to be the fashion mentor, Juliette Lewis to host, and throw in a weekly guest judge.


Bravo should hire T & Lo to develop shows for them. Seriously!


There's enough of interest with the basic premise -- non-fashion types trying to collaborate with fashion professionals building pieces of a line -- that you don't need to add twists just to screw with the hamsters. It's enough to make them come up with outfits for business, beach and evening without making them make one outfit for all three...

Exactly!!! Agreed 100%. I was interested in this show's premise, but once I learned that they were screwing with the would-be line-launchers enough that the resulting 'lines' would be worthless, I lost interest.


This show just sucks and should be left to die a nice quiet death in obscurity. This week's challenge was ridiculous. The only thing redeeming besides seeing Kara Saun was Amanda looking superb while modeling the crap out of a satin bed ensemble.

The premise is flawed. Getting stuck with a designer by chance is flawed. Choosing fabric at random before you know what kinds of garments you have to make is flawed. Having two judges who know nothing except the retail side of the industry is flawed and leads to them choosing based solely on their personal preferences.

Let it die.


Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges. We'd watch the HELL out of that. Wouldn't you?
I definitely would. I thought Kara was great in her walk through. If they must keep Dan & Dean, balance it out with judges like Kara instead of those othr 2 women.

Louanna made pajamas. 'nuff said. The rest of the entries were just meh.


Uncle Nick and Kara Saun are West Coast while Jay and Laura are East Coast. Where would you film?

Chicago.


"Uncle Nick and Kara Saun are West Coast while Jay and Laura are East Coast. Where would you film?"

CLEVELAND!!!

They have an airport hub, and it would be a boost to a tough economy, it is between LA and NYC, and bunchs of PR and PRG fans are from Ohio.

And perhaps the challenge of getting their fabric at Joanne's (a "fabric" chain based in the area, but not enough great fabric), could result in someone actually stocking a fabric store with great fabrics.

:o)


Shoot, I would even watch the Bizarro World version of the show you guys came up with . . .

The one where Kenley is the mentor and Jeffrey, Angela and Wendy Pepper are the judges.


Shoot, I would even watch the Bizarro World version of the show you guys came up with . . .

The one where Kenley is the mentor and Jeffrey, Angela and Wendy Pepper are the judges.


that would be hilarious!


You guys rock and I thank you for still blogging about this show. I honestly don't think it's that bad, but I do hate the judges. They are horrible.


The judges said that Louanna failed to make a suitable baby-shower-to-movie-premiere outfit. You know why, judges? THERE'S NO SUCH THING.


Roflmao. So true.


"Shoot, I would even watch the Bizarro World version of the show you guys came up with . . .

The one where Kenley is the mentor and Jeffrey, Angela and Wendy Pepper are the judges."

Add Jay as the host and -- boing! -- hilarity!

I wanna watch THAT show, Bravo.

PS - I like the shower to premiere look the best! And, Amanda, of course.


Desertwind,

Now that I like--PR in Hell--Kenley's laugh on an endless loop.

I still kinda like the totally weird twins. I think the problem is their role--they go to the workroom, but they don't advise.

Thing is, when they do give advice--at the judging, both to the contestants and behind the scenes when they look carefully at the garments (something I really like--Santino would never have gotten away with his craptastic construction) they say insightful, spot-on things.

Kara Saun was good because she was allowed to comment as a non-judge. The show clearly needs someone in the Gunn role.

So, I like the twins, the other two judges are one-dimensional and can go.

Oh, and boy did Merle luck out on her designer. He's terrific.

And, yes, show needs to be over. TLo, you summed it up beautifully. Thanks.


"Cast Uncle Nick as the host and get Kara Saun, Jay, and Laura to be the judges."

That...would be AMAZING!!


Louanna's off-white satin pajamas were really bad. I think the judges sent the right person home this week.

Almost done. I doubt I'll watch if there's a season two.


Glammy wrote
>>Thing is, when they do give advice--at the judging, both to the contestants and behind the scenes when they look carefully at the garments (something I really like--Santino would never have gotten away with his craptastic construction) they say insightful, spot-on things.<<

Good point! And one of the things that works with the show.

TLO, have you done one of your 'need to change' critiques yet?
I would like to give this show another chance and think the input found here, from TLO and posters, would be invaluable.

What else do I like?
- the clock
- the trim room, it allows a course correction opportunity
- better lighting on the runway
- Amanda
- casting, overall, not bad
- the behind the scenes critique
- the idea of a cohesive line (without the spanners)


Amen to your hosting idea. Put Uncle Nick, Kara Saun (missed her!), et al together, and I'd watch them paint walls for an hour.


Love your idea for the show!

Comments on outfits:

Kathy: Yes, it was slutty, but the vest( which you never showed a picture of) is gorgeous. Btw, isn't that emilio's model?

DJ: WHY IS HE STILL HERE??? That robe was hideous, and the whole thing looked overdone. Plus, his collection is awful.

Meryl: Hated the color and shape of the converting skirt thing, but the back is beautiful and the jacket's cute

Louanna: You know what? I liked it. Yes, the colors were ridiculous and there was too much satin, but she was by far the most creative with her look. That reversible jacket was amazing, she had the worst challenge, and the red carpet japanese-inspired pantsuit was an interesting idea. Plus, her line was pretty great.

It should have been: Kathy wins. No runner up
Bottom 2: Meryl and DJ boy with him going home


I have watched the twin's video blog at the LML website and their comments are always thoughtful and do shed some light on the judging process.(They do finish each other's sentences quite a lot though) In discussing someone's design they will often say that it didn't appeal to their taste but that it was cohesive with that designer's line. They seem to give more weight to that than they do to their own taste. Since they do come off so much better in their video blog than they do on the show, I wouldn't kick them to the curb just yet. I kinda like
them.


Aw, I liked Louanna. And of course you are right TLo, if Bravo listened to you I wouldn't have only learned that she went home from your blog.

Also, my immediate thought about the first and second pictures of Eric/Galina's coat? The lighting on these Bravo fashion shows is so off that it might as well be showing the same side of the coat in the pictures.


Rose's model works as a "model", maybe? At the kind of "company" where "executives" phone in because they're desperate for a "real pro" to help them out of a "hard corner"?

I just feel bad for Jim and Thai at this point. I'd watch your TV show for sure over this -- and frankly, I'd watch Thai and Jim tackling the fashion woes of the world armed with nothing more than a needle and thread. Either would make more sense to me than mind-numbing style vacuums like Eric and Galina getting this much screen time.


Eric and Galina's design = from the Clair Huxtable collection


Totally agree with Ariel. What a joke that the DJ is still here. That may have been a better look than most of his previous atrocities but it was still utterly tasteless. And sorry, guys, but Louanna's was certainly not the bottom.


Oh - and it was great to see Kara Saun who in one show had more constructive input than the twins had in all the previous shows combined.


Good eye, Ariel, I think that is Emilio's model.

I miss DragRace!Merle.


Thing is, when they do give advice--at the judging, both to the contestants and behind the scenes when they look carefully at the garments (something I really like--Santino would never have gotten away with his craptastic construction) they say insightful, spot-on things.

YES, I wish Project Runway judges would do examine the garments up close and personal!! Then they could tell the truly talented, who can envision and create, from those who can just pretend to put together a line.


I would watch your show only if you two got creator credit!

Seriously that show would ROCK! It would give PR a run for it's money, and for Tom & Lorenzo to be the conceptual daddies-- it would be fabulous!

And your WANT and NEED are totally correct!


I actually liked this show when it first started I thought the concept was interesting. However, the inconsistent, tasteless and bias judging has ruined what could have potentially been a really good show. Not to mention the convoluted challenges, these people are not designers; there was no need to complicate a challenge. A challenge is already a challenge in itself, especially to this group who doesn’t have any design training or experience.


I still get confused why Katey Sagal continues to be on this show...


ASK said: "Uncle Nick and Kara Saun are West Coast while Jay and Laura are East Coast. Where would you film?"

CLEVELAND!!!

They have an airport hub, and it would be a boost to a tough economy, it is between LA and NYC, and bunchs of PR and PRG fans are from Ohio.


Squeee! I'm in Columbus. I love it. Say, they could get Angela-as in Jubilee Jumbles- from S3 of PR to guest judge. I think she's from here. Ok, maybe not. But the judging couldn't be any more cracked out if she did, no?


Ugh is all I can say. Slutty office outfit won. Silk Pajamas is out. My 17 year old daughter bought a print silky top with a jeweled neckline at Rampage three years ago--no lie.

Can we just let this sorry excuse for a reality show die in peace...and give it a decent burial?

And I don't know if i'd watch a PR alumnae show--I remember Austin weepy, Jay snotty, Santino and Kenley delusional, the rest, forgettable. The few worth seeing again would be Laura, Uli, Gordana, maybe Kayne cuz he was just entertaining. And Malan, unless he's really busy actually desigining!!


The fact that the DJ is in the finale confirms once and for all that this show has absolutely no credibility. It’s quite clear to everyone that his expert has designed the entire line (with the exception of the slutty disco ball), a cheap, tacky and dated line at that! Any other designer on this show deserved to be in the finale over him. These judges blow…hmmmm maybe they really do which is why their judging is so cracked out!


Man, you hit the nail on the head with this post! I keep wondering if it's just me, or does anyone else feel that the very basis for the show is kind of lame? I mean, I know that people who aren't designers "launch lines" all the time, but if the person in question is just posing and the success of each garment depends so much on the talent of the "professional assistant," it's all just pretend play, right? Even the clothes seem like bad knock-offs...


Makes me nuts when the twins say they are just cruising the workroom to check progress and then they procede to give atrocious opinions and derail the designer process. Shut up and let them hang themsleves!


God. I wanted to love this show. I loved the concept. I'd love to see the same concept done well. It kinda kills me that such a great concept was wasted with cracktacular judging and insanely stupid challenges that defied the premise of "creating a line."

I'd love to see one season of Project Runway done this way, actually.


My husband and I like the idea of Andre as a host/judge.

It'd be gold.


This show was laughable from the very beginning. Oh, Lordy, I cannot even muster enough enthusiasm to be witty about this turd of a show.
I couldn't agree more with your assessment that the judging was HORRIBLE!!!! Oh, my God...I'm just speechless at the half-witted comments coming out of the judging panel. What an insult to the humanity and intelligence of ANYONE! I don't mind fun and irony, but it needs to be catchy and have some thought put to it before it comes out of the pie hole. Judges, are you listening???

Unlike PR, there was no human connection between the judges to/with the contestants or designers. Oh, what a waste of time, money and talent. I could go on and on about the shortcomings of this show. It could've been so much better with more thought put into casting the judges.

Bravo, we thought betta' of ya'.


This show is just painful to watch at this point. Nobody on the judging panel has a good personality for tv or a valuable opinion. Them dragging out the finale into three hours/two episodes is torture. They put too many limitations on the challenges to make any of the designs cohesive

I do believe that is the same Holly that is on PR. Her and Amanda are brave souls.

I actually almost liked Eric's first outfit they were putting together before Kara and the twins shat on it. I mean does it even matter if it is a cohesive line at this point? NO especially since they got to re-do any of their outfits they wanted to for the finale. This show makes no sense anymore.





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