Completely agree with the judges...for once. Helen's dress was stunning. Her client looked totally transformed.
I'm not surprised that Alexander did poorly after the confrontation. How could anyone concentrate after that? I nearly died laughing, though, when he spit out that line "I can be a drama queen, too." I actually turned to hubby and said, "It's about time somebody stood up to Ken! Let's get ready to rumble!" And yes, Alex was rude. However, it was only the rudeness of somebody who's had their last button pushed. It in no way, shape, or form compared to Ken's pattern of pathetic, childish outbursts. When he whinged about not wanting to share his room, I rolled my eyes. What's wrong? You think one of the others is going to give you cooties?
And anger management issues? Good heavens above, that man wasn't angry, he was mentally ill. Seriously. How in the world can somebody get so out of control over such petty issues? He talked about feeling so inferior to the others coming in to the show. He needs some serious therapy and/or meds.
I noticed that Tim Gunn was in no hurry to give Ken a hug and some tears. He almost pushed Ken out the door. And the spontaneous reactions of the designers when they learned that Alex was staying was priceless.