Heidi met the designers on the runway and told them they'd be making dresses for one of the most important days in a woman's life, and you could tell the designers were fearing a wedding dress challenge. We were all prepared to fast-forward through the boring choosing-of-the-models segment, but were pleased to see it wasn't the usual batch of bony women, but a bunch of teenage girls in school uniforms. Kevin had the class to say he at first thought the models were "midgets or oompa loomps." Nice. Also, it's Oompa-Loompas. If you're gonna insult these girls, at least get your references right.
Heidi then told them they'd be making prom dresses for these girls from New Jersey's St. John Vianney High School, and Christian immediately complained that he thinks prom is horrible and tacky. So, let's go on a tangent here. Is it "prom" or "the prom"? Growing up we always called it "the prom," as in "are you going to the prom?", but then we saw Pretty in Pink, and watched that scene where Andie is screaming at Blaine in the hallway, and she keeps saying, "What about prom, Blaine? WHAT ABOUT PROM?" and at first we just thought she sounded totally stupid saying it like that, but then we started hearing other people calling it "prom" and not "the prom," and we realized we might be the stupid ones. So, which is it?