Back at the house, Amanda asks what happened to her laundry. Jennipher and Cassie say that Eva brought the laundry in. Amanda says that Eva claims she "doesn't know" where Amanda's laundry is. She makes the finger quotes and everything. Nicole interviews that some of Amanda's things are missing, and that she thinks a certain someone (read: Eva) has them. Amanda tells Jennipher and Kelle (who appears to be merely a bystander) that she's missing her laundry, a shirt, and $100, and she clearly thinks Eva is to blame. First of all, like Eva would want any of Amanda's ugly-ass clothes. And second, maybe Amanda should try putting glitter on her belongings so she can find them in a pinch. Jennipher says she knows she's missing something, and that she can't figure out what it is, but that she knows somebody has it. This is like the dumb-ass caucus. And/or a Republican fundraiser. Amanda does a little dance with a song that goes, "I'm missing $100 and my laundry's gone 'cause of a certain bitch -- mm! A certain bitch, a certain bitch." Which might be kind of funny if I didn't hate her so much. And if she wasn't BLIND and an idiot and making groundless accusations against other people she just doesn't like.
Amanda says that she "doesn't know" if she started the "instigation of Eva," and that it sucks that the loudest person in the house is also the person who you can't trust. Because she'll speak up and defend herself against accusations for which you have no proof? Shut up, Amanda. Amanda starts poking around in the Editor's Suite, which a caption notes is also "Eva's room." Which we know is not true since Eva is now rooming with Ann, Norelle, and "Kristi." Amanda looks in drawers, on the floor, and underneath the curtains. Eva sees her and asks what she's doing, and believe you me if that was actually Eva's room, this interaction would not have been nearly as calm. Dumb-ass Amanda then leaves thief "bait" on her dresser -- a ring and a necklace. She says, "She might not want them, because they're ugly." I mean...ugh. She then says, "I am not leaving my crystals out." And here I totally thought that she meant, like, Swarovski crystal jewelry, given the context. Which would still be ugly, but maybe more valuable. As we will soon see, I was mistaken. Nicole interviews that she wasn't involved in setting the trap, but did tell Amanda that it was a good idea. Amanda then whips out a wad of cash and further baits Thieva with a whopping $10. She says, "What's a ten-dollar bill to catch a bitch?" Way to go, Peter Brady. Soon there'll be no stopping you from discovering that Alice is cooking pork chops and applesauce for dinner. Nicole says that she wrote "Nicole's sweet ass" on the bill to help identify the thief. Amanda does a little song that goes "Detective! Detective!" and does a little fight with a curtain that, again, would be charming if I didn't think she was such a hag.