Pinky, Mara, and Trice stand on stage to find out who is going home. MJW can say right now that neither Pinky nor Mara scored high enough to get first place (nor could they have, unless Lisa went crazy and gave someone a 15, which is not out of the realm of possibility), which means the phone call home will go to Alicia. She cries. While Ruben holds her arm and hopes she'll donate her prize to him, she shuts him down and says she's calling her parents, neither of whom, to the best of my knowledge, have cancer. But I don't blame Alicia. I blame Lisa. Anyway, onto the loser! Mara's scores are read first, so you know she's safe tonight. She needs an average of 7.3 to stay. Lisa and Danny gave her an 8, so if Mayte gave her at least a 7, she'll be okay. Mayte actually gave her a 9, so she's just fine. Mara's overall score is a 9.54.
Back from break, it's time to see if Pinky got the 7.7 average score she needs to stay in the game. Lisa is crying already, and she now officially cries more often than Alicia. Mayte gave Pinky an 8. Lisa gave her a 7. Eek. And Danny gets to speak. He says it's a hard decision, since Trice lost the most weight of any of the girls and Pinky "kills it" on the dance floor. Then there's a five minute pause to build suspense and Danny gives Pinky a 9. Pinky sobs in relief while Trice takes the news pretty well. Trice says she's happy with her weight loss thus far and she's not a sobbing mess like some people on this show when they get eliminated. MJW could not be worse at the exit interviews, so it's awkward but blessedly short. Trice gives one last shout-out to Englewood (see? I got it right this time) and she's gone. I'll miss you, Tree-sha-nell.
And Alicia gets her phone call home. Her sister-in-law birthed her ass off to an eight pound baby and her family is happy to hear from her. In fact, they're all just as ridiculously over-excited about it as Alicia, which is kind of refreshing, in a weird way.