Friday, April 4, 2014

Under the Gunn rehash!

It's amazing how little you get done when you have a sick toddler. Unless you count watching every animated movie on Netflix as "getting something done". Earlier this week it was 70 degrees, sunny, and we went to a nearby state park for the afternoon. It was glorious and a downright perfect day...until AB started barfing right in the middle of watching Beauty and the Beast. Watching Under the Gunn last night was a nice break from washing every blanket and towel that we own!

Spoilers ahead...

Things I loved:

Shan talking to his wife. Let's say it together: "awwwwwww".

Things I hated:

Asha isn't "a chiffon expert" who has a target on her back in terms of construction...uhhh...maybe she shouldn't use it then? By the way, I got some chiffon yesterday and I have no idea what to do with it. Ideas?

The stupid twist at the end to keep Asha and Sam. BOOOOOOO.

Favorite garment(s):

The designs continue to bore me. But Shan's was cool without the skirt. And was Anya wearing the same fabric as Shan's dress? That was weird.

Least favorite garment:

I told myself that Asha's chiffon would be disastrous...but actually it looked lovely. I didn't like her pants, however.

Oscar's was a costume. There, I said it. Just because some actress says she'd wear it in Paris doesn't mean she SHOULD. Also, if this were the real Project Runway, Nina and Zac would DESTROY Oscar for making a costume. These judges are soft.

Best line of the night:

Oscar's crazy quote about the final competition being Chernobyl and a bomb and all kinds of crazy things all at once. Sorry...I could barely understand it the first time!

As I said, I hated them keeping Asha and Sam. Let me rephrase that: I hated them keeping Asha. When Tim said that Sam was going through, I yelled at my TV and told Asha that it was karma for what she did to Natalia...and then they put Asha through. And my husband told me I had the bad karma. We'll see.

Next week: the finale! Heidi! 

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