**SPOILER ALERT** If you don't want to know what is happening on episode 11, don't read any more.
Alright, so here is the deal.... Only one designer who is still left on the show did NOT show at Bryant Park. That designer was Maya, the New York bitch aka "Little Mila." We were not told why, as all the other designers left on the show at that point in time showed full collections, so that we were not able to figure out who the final three designers were that early in the season. (Note: If you like spoilers, check out my recap of the collections shown at Bryant Park.)
Now that we are told that one designer is walking away from the competition, I can't help but assume it's Maya, that is the only thing that makes sense. So, now that the mystery of who's outta here is solved, let's talk about who's coming back.
Ping did not show at Fashion Week so it can't be her. That leaves us with Jesse or Anthony. Why on earth would Jess be brought back?! That makes like zero sense, he was not memorable outside of making Nazi-like uniforms and being a bit of a jackass. As much as I would like to bring him back just so we could say "Captain Jack Sparrow" ten times a podcast, I just don't see it happening. My Sherlock Holmesian powers of mystery-solving bring me to one and only one conclusion: Anthony is back in the game!
Thoughts? Theories? Complaints?
*Thanks to podcast-listener Samantha Peters for bringing the video and her theories to my attention. She is clearly superawesome.
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Things. Are. Getting. Crazy. There are only four episodes of Project Runway left, which is way crazy, as I feel like we have only just begun. But what's crazier is that one of the designers will be walking off the show this week. Say whaaaaaat? Yeah, uh huh, madness. So, you may be wondering, who is it? Will this person be replaced? By who? Fear not, people who can't go another moment without knowing the answers to these burning questions, I am here for you and your inquiring minds.
After the jump, get the scoop on who I think it is, why I am going around making such assumptions and see the preview for episode 11.
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