And now the scores can really change in the "Who Said That?" round! Jaclyn says she "peed herself" when she heard the name of the round. The first question: Who said, "The person in the house that has accomplished the most in life is me. I'm amazing." Everyone but Rachel guesses Ed (she guesses Kalon), so everyone but Rachel is wrong. (Although I'm willing to bet Kalon said it too.)
Who said, "Other than to win the money, Ed is on the show because he doesn't want to be forgotten, since his season was twenty years ago." Turns out it was Chris. Ed defends himself by pointing out that Michael was also on that season, and I hate to tell him that, "This guy is old too!" isn't exactly a denial.
Who said the bachelorette that has accomplished the least is Blakeley? That would be Nick. I don't know who that is. Important to note, I think, that Blakeley guessed Chris. Jaclyn has jumped out into the lead, and Sarah finds it "ironic" that she is in competition with the one woman in the house who is always competing with her. Jesus, that's not even like Alanis Morissette-esque misuse of irony, but the completely OPPOSITE meaning.
Who said the person in the house who would make the worst parent is Erica, because she eats her hair? "Did someone really say that?" asks Erica, who eats her hair in response. I wouldn't put a whole lot of stock in the opinion of someone who has surveyed the character deficiencies of this lot and concluded that the worst thing any of them can do is eat their hair, but at any rate, it was Kalon. Good to see he's learned his lesson about making comments about parents and kids.
Anyway, Sarah is back on top of this shit show. Final question is some ridiculous thing about how the first thought he had when he saw the women in their rhythmic gymnastics outfits was "sexy thoughts." The correct answer is David, and Jaclyn gets it right, which may or may not be ironic, but we won't know if Sarah doesn't tell us. But it gives Jaclyn the win.
And now it's the guys' turn. Ed decides that his "losing every challenge" strategy isn't paying off like he'd hoped, so he decides to try to win this one, and he correctly identifies how many people make up a ménage a trios. And then maybe the score clocks went out? Because we don't get to see any scores any more.