Austin Scarlett: (about Wendy) We'll probably find her wandering the streets, hair astray and overdone makeup, muttering to herself and wearing orthopedic shoes.
Jay (about the content of the packages): You know what I bet they are? There's probably babies in there. And we have to raise them over the next 18 years.
Jay: (referring to his design which was modeled by Austin) When Austin was walking down the runway I was just so happy that he did not look like a drag queen.
Robert: (leafing through a catalogue he's supposed to deliver) When did Victoria's Secret start getting like, all sweatery?
Kara Saun: You're not supposed to be reading people's mail, Rob.
Robert: I'm not reading it, I'm looking at the pictures!
Jay (to Austin, who is modeling his outfit): This is the butchest I've seen you the whole trip.
Jay (after Rob is eliminated): Oh, it's Rob. Wendy survived again. (to Wendy) You're like a cockroach...
Jay: All the models have been replaced by these weird middle-American people.
Becky Negich is the Guest Judge for this Challenge. She works for the US Postal Service as a letter carrier.
Julia, Jay's model doesn't make it to the show on time, so Austin models Jay's outfit for him.
Robert was the 8th designer eliminated.
Kara was the winner of the challenge.
Erin was the 7th model eliminated.
Nina Garcia (referring to Austin's design): Actually, the more I think about it the more I think it looks like a Little Red Riding Hood outfit.
Little Red Riding Hood is the heroine of the fairy tale who wears a cloak.
Jay (on his assigned postal uniform): As I was getting dressed I thought I looked like Augustus Gloop from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is a trippy movie version of the Roald Dahl children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which starred Gene Wilder.
Jay: It's kind of like Groundhog Day, you just keep going through it and through it and through it, so I'm not really fazed too much by it.
Michael Kors: (referring to Austin's design) It's kind of like Doris Day playing a postal worker.
Doris Day was a famous singer and movie actress of the 50s and 60s, starring in romantic comedies such as The Pajama Game, Pillow Talk, and Please Don't Eat the Daisies.