They then move on to those who already left. Suggestions for Janice: "Most Loogie Award" (and we are lucky enough to see her hocking them again). "Pain in the Ass Award." "Best Liar." But John gives her the "Do You Know Who I Think I Am? Award," and then Torrie pretends to be Janice in confessional, with the Janice award. She says she was the first supermodel and then fake-hocks a loogie. Next: Spencer. They give him the "Best Spence Out." Um, yeah, who else could win that? Lou accepts it on his behalf by screaming about it being a billion-dollar award. It's hilarious. Lou says generations will look back on this night and say, "Wow. That was the birth of a really silly idea." But at least Lou got to continue to entertain us.
Damien is outside of camp and about to go in and tell us who's the first to go. The camera follows him inside. It's a rainy night in camp, and Damien tells them the vibe feels pretty heavy. He says he's sure they know why he's there, since two are going home tonight. He tells them America has voted, and lines are closed. Everyone looks nervous. Damien starts with Torrie, who is... safe. She's made the final. Then Lou. Who is also safe to the finale. Of course. The first person eliminated tonight is Sanjaya. Which sucks, obviously. Since when did Torrie have more fans than American Idol? Who is watching this show? A bunch of horny, teenage boys? I guess it could also be a bunch of horny, middle-aged men. Whatever. Bye-bye, Sanjaya. At least maybe he can still catch Holly at the hotel and make more Sanjolly magic. Everyone hugs and kisses Sanjaya.
Back outside of camp, Damien says it's between Patti and John: One will go home later, and one will be in the finale. But now we have to say goodbye to Sanjaya. Inspirational music plays as he crosses the bridge and hollers, "Peace out, fam!" In confessional, he says his goal when coming here was to learn as much as possible and find fears and conquer them. He says his role was as the younger brother. He's the youngest, but surprised people. John says Sanjaya's as tough as nails and no one knew it. Then we get a cute Sanjolly montage. Sanjaya says it's been life-changing, but he came in as "Jungle Boy" and is leaving as "Rain Forest Man." Awww, Jungle Boy's all grown-up. Commercials.