The couples come outside for the final Rose Ceremony, because the producers can't wait one extra second to get the eliminated assholes out of there, and Jacklyn is all, "Of course I deserve to survive, because if I don't I'll be very hurt and pissed off at Rachel," which is a great argument.
Nick babbles for a while at the other two couples about how "incredibly difficult" this is, and Jacklyn has preemptive cry/bitchface, which is good since Nick reveals they'll be going against Chris and Sarah. Ed's basically like, "Oooookay, dickheads," while Jacklyn and Rachel both channel Blakely, and can we get the losers in the car already? Yes, and once inside, Jacklyn lets loose a stream of bleeped invective toward Rachel, and YOU BOTH COULDN'T HAVE WON THE MONEY HELLO. Ed chimes in that Rachel owed Jacklyn, like he's one to talk about caring for Jacklyn's sensitivities, and Rachel tells us how "money is ugly." But not if you use it to take care of your son! Of course Jacklyn now says she'll vote for Chris and Sarah, and I'm not sure how that proves anything other than that Rachel was in a no-win situation thanks to your immaturity, but it's good you're not bitter! Unlike me for having had to watch this crap.
John Ramos is a writer and film producer living in Los Angeles. His current film, "The Trouble With Bliss," starring Michael C. Hall, Lucy Liu, Brie Larson, and Peter Fonda, can be seen on iTunes and other digital platforms and cable VOD everywhere. (Facebook and Twitter here.) You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/couchbaron, or check out his blog, "Pull Up A Chair," which he'd just love for you to stop by.