Time for an eviction at last. Four-to-one, the evictee is Chiara. Danielle pretends to be surprised and devastated, which she isn't, and which Chiara is going to know she isn't as soon as she goes home and sees the show. Honestly, I don't know why Danielle bothers with this ridiculous display for the rest of the episode, because as soon as Kiki gets home, she's going to watch Danielle saying "Chiara, you ain't foolin' no one, we're foolin' you," and "We'll get her in due time, Lisa," and a lot of other stuff. It's a lot of crocodile tears wasted, if you ask me. Chiara is going to find out the truth about Danielle about an hour after this fake frenzy of sadness, so you would think Danielle would save herself the trouble. ["My sister and I figured that Danielle was playing it off like she was crying that Chiara was evicted, but really she was crying because she had another chance to get rid of Roddy and blew it again. So in that sense, her tears may have been real." -- Wing Chun] Everyone hugs Kiki, and everyone is sad, because she's so damn needy and so sad about leaving. She weeps all the way out the door. And thank goodness she's gone. I know that, strategically, they should have booted Roddy. But just the fact that I won't have to watch Chiara anymore is such a relief. She was getting pretty train-wreck-ish, and I really didn't want to watch her anymore.
As Julie gives Kiki Kleenex, the other houseguests cry about her departure. I think it genuinely was sad for everybody to see someone leave who was so obvious about how wounded she was by her nomination and eviction. Everyone up until this point had tried to take it with a certain sense of humor, and Kiki was really the first to be openly devastated by being put up and sent home. Jason cries, Gerry cries, Lisa cries, Roddy cries...everybody seems to display some sadness about the crappy nature of her exit except Amy and Marcellas. Because empathy is not a learned quality.
Kiki's Chenterview consists primarily of her whining AGAIN about the unfairness of Amy being brought back and being the one to get her evicted, and then giggling AGAIN about the possibility of being Roddy's girlfriend, even though, as stated previously, that will not happen. She also tries to put a nice spin on her relationship with Lisa, and she's in for a rude awakening on that one when she sees the show at home as well. As much as I often hate this show for being about nothing except how good you are at treating other people like crap, I will give it points for occasionally teaching the simple but often-overlooked lesson, "You should have been nicer." Chiara? You should have been nicer.