Last night, Project Runway whipped out some team challenge action, the Models bored us to death, and Flash Forward returned from rehab.
Project Runway and Models of the Runway: by PottyMouth
On last night’s Project Runway the designers must work in teams of two creating looks inspired by New York City. Emilioth doesn’t want to work with Mila so I automatically assumed he would get her. He didn’t. Instead Jaysian gets Mila and apparently they hate each other. Who knew?
Each team then chooses between four New York neighborhoods: Harlem, Chinatown, Upper East Side and the East Village and goes off to visit. We learn Old Hambert has never been to Harlem before and Flamingay is distracted by the ducks of Chinatown.
As usual, there is the possibility that some of the teams may not finish. Luckily there is no nudity on the runway. Also missing from the runway is Michael Kors. I’m guessing his Tangtastic glow was fading, so he needed some serious tanning time.
Come back for the full recap and we’ll discuss the good, the rad, and the fugly. Oh! And for those of you wondering what happened on Models of the Runway……….zzzzzzzzzzz, a night on the town (for those over twenty one), and an elimination SHOCKING to those with brains the size of a pea. Full recap coming soon (I hope)!
Flash Forward: Moorels
Wow, who even remembers this show? I feel like I might as well be posting a Twin Peaks recap or something. Anyways, since everyone knows that the best way to ease someone back into something is to hit them over the head with two hours of it, tonight’s triumphant FlashForward return had double the intrigue, double the drama, and, well, even less Bryce and Nicole.
Things heat up as the writers find a way to give Mark some more of those juicy flashforwards (once again kids, drugs ARE the answer), and a high-stakes rescue of our BlackOut Boys ensues. Demetri continues to live the glamorous life of the FBI agent, further rift-ing occurs between Mark
and the good Dr. Olivia, and we get even more of Dominic Monaghan than we ever thought possible. A quickened recap of this two-hour behemoth would probably be just as long as a usual one, so stay tuned for the full recap to be posted later this week!