Norelle says that she's surprised to have made it to the top five. "Holy crap," Norelle says, and I think that's kind of become her catchphrase. It has none of the subtlety of "What you talkin' bout, Willis?" but does have kind of a nice ring to it. Eva says that girls keep getting picked off, and that she's going to give all of her effort and energy during the competition. Ann says that she's surprised at the way her relationship with Eva has changed. It went very fast, because the two immediately clicked. Here we have flashbacks of the two during semifinals toasting to their ultimate fate as the final two, and of Ann freaking out and telling Eva that she'll be in her wedding (as the groom). See, it's the trajectory of the typical lesbian relationship. You meet at an Indigo Girls concert, fighting for the last Amstel Light at the bar. Something clicks, and the next day the U-Haul is packed and you're sharing a one-bedroom with five cats between you. Then David Crosby gives you his sperm, and all seems well until one of you realizes that she's not really gay, or sleeps with her soft butch security-guard ex, or wanders the Hollywood Hills high on ecstasy. That's about where Ann and Eva are right now.
Ann says that, contrary to what some people might think, she is not in Eva's shadow. She also says that her opinion of Eva has changed drastically. Here we see Eva freaking out after the soup commercial and hoping that Norelle bites it. Ann adds, "It's really annoying when you know she's gonna take a good picture, you know she's gonna do well, and I have absolutely terrible pictures." And that, I must say, sounds like a bit of jealousy.