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Monday, October 5, 2015

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Project Runway Odds - Week 6

<em>Project Runway</em> Odds - Week 6
Last week we sensed a disturbance in the force: that Steven was trending badly downward. On cue, he made his model look like a fat pilgrim (pictured) and deservedly got toasted. Jack had to leave for health reasons and we don't care; we're still chalking it up to lack of talent. This week look for Chris to make his rightful exit. Our odds for Week 6:

Name Odds Movement Our Take
Project Runway - Christian Christian Off up Everything is fierce, and Tim Gunn nailed him on it on last week's show. Immune from elimination.
Project Runway - Rami Rami 25:1 - Last outfit good enough to at least get into the final three. Still a leader of the pack.
Project Runway - Kevin Kevin 25:1 - Kinda got robbed last week. We liked his outfit better than winner Christian's.
Project Runway - Jillian Jillian 20:1 up Still gaining confidence. Now the strongest female contestant.
Project Runway - Kit Kit 15:1 down Eclipsed by Jillian as the best woman, though still solid.
Project Runway - Victorya Victorya 15:1 down If there is a team competition left her bitchiness could lead to sabotage.
Project Runway - Elisa Elisa 10:1 up Doesn't suck quite as badly as we originally thought.
Project Runway - Sweet P Sweet P 7:1 up Will survive another week only because Chris has returned to the competition.
Project Runway - Ricky Ricky 4:1 up We'll see if he's able to not cry this episode.
Project Runway - Chris Chris 2:1 down Now he's the one hanging by a thread, and at 350 lbs. that's not a very good thing.




The classic Negroni is simply equal parts gin, Campari, and sweet vermouth. You can do better.

  • 5 parts Plymouth gin
  • 2 parts Campari
  • 1 part Pimm's No. 1 Cup
  • 1 part sweet vermouth
  • 1 part dry vermouth
  • 2 dashes of orange bitters

Quick shake or stir and pour into chilled Martini glass. Garnish with an orange twist.

In-Depth Negroni Coverage:

Magnificent Bartender: Negroni


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