Meanwhile, a tearful Roddy (breaking out the crocodile tears, in my opinion) asks Jason to open his bag, because he knows that Chiara left him her "woobie," the security blanket she's had since childhood. Hmm, to send Kiki off with one last "leaving a trail of bedding everywhere you go" joke, or no? Nah. He goes on quite a bit about how touched he was that she left the blanket for him, and how wonderful a gesture it is, and how now he thinks it was "absolutely beautiful." Now he's "proud that he got to be part of her life." Hmm, to send Kiki off with one last "being part of her life isn't that valuable, according to the rules of supply and demand" joke? Nah.
Danielle cries in the Big Bed Room. She says in the DR that she feels "like crap," and "loved" Chiara. I remind you yet again of "we'll get her in due time." Right after she says that she loved Kiki, Danielle moves along to how she "had Roddy by the balls" and could have had him out of the house, and she missed her chance because she fell for Amy's silly and stupid display of spite and voted out Kiki. Yep, pretty lame. I still don't entirely understand why Danielle did that. We see blue-and-white Amy telling Danielle, "I want her gone real bad." Gee, Amy, it's just a game! What are you all upset about?
Amy whines some more in the Diary Room. "I have to pretend like ah care," she moans. "And ah don't." Again, if she were a different sort of person herself, that might be funny. As things stand, it's just petulant and absurd. No one demands that you care about her own personal struggles, after all, more than Amy.
Elsewhere, Lisa feels bad about Kiki, too. Despite the fact that Chiara voted to evict her, somehow Lisa still feels like she should have voted for Kiki and been "bigger" about it and been more "forgiving." Of course Marcellas -- who would never allow his personal feelings to get in the way of his keeping his head in the game -- speaks contemptuously in the Diary Room about people who would scheme to get what they want and then cry about it later. Oh, please, I BEG you. Hold on to that moment, that Marcellas comment, for a while. How disgusted he was that Lisa would do something rotten and then cry all over herself about it. Because Marcellas, you know, would never. In the Big Bed Room, Marcellas snots to Lisa and Danielle that Kiki "did [everybody in the house] dirt," so it's fine that she's gone. Gosh, Marcellas, you mean if somebody treats you poorly, they don't deserve to stay on the show? If there's room in whatever pocket you put that last remark into, kindly slip that one in there, too.