Bert's was well-designed and well-executed, and so far, he seems like a decent guy. I hope he doesn't disappoint me later. I did feel a little bad for him when Heidi suggested the inaugural champagne toast, though, since he'd said he was a recovering alcoholic, and he didn't appear to have a glass when the toast was made. They had to know his situation--it was in a piece we saw--so couldn't they have come up with something non-alcoholic for him? Heck, he surely can't be the first contestant they've ever had who doesn't or can't drink.
I don't believe the four months of sewing experience bit either--and I'm sorry, but however beautifully those pants fit in the back, I didn't like the fit of them in the front, and I didn't think the top was all that special, considering she was one of the few there who had some material with some potential with which to work.
I also agree with the poster who liked the two black and white looks. I was sure at least one of those would make it into top three on sewing skills alone, not to mention the designs. I mean, the one woman actually made a clown puking rainbows into a toilet work.
I'm glad the woman in the bottom three got to stay too, because her initial rack looked really interesting and unlike what we've seen on PR before--she just ended up stuck with really terrible material with which to work.