Back. Warning. Yeah yeah. Another warning: Kendal camera-talks basically that yeah, Sarah needs to make this or she's gone. Sarah drives. Rachel yells. Sarah hits the ramp...nothing. Hee. Oh, I mean...awwwww. Rachel falls down. Sarah stops the car, and cries and swears. Oh, see, now I feel a little bad for her. They all surround the car like zombies looking for brains, and tell her that they love her and that she did fine. What lies. Sarah should just shut up, but instead she tells them she fucked up and panicked and went too fast and then hit the brakes and "Sorry." Shut up, Sarah. God. Someone says something about pulling something out with this, and that they're a team. Kendal hugs her goodbye. Kendal says she screwed up, too, and then stupid Sarah says that Kendal didn't have five people giving her hints before. Yeah, well, that might have helped screw her up -- you know she has trust issues so why would she trust your advice? Trust is earned, people! Don't you know that? Sarah camera-talks that she failed, failed, failed. Matt Damon tells them that they didn't get the money, and now they have to vote to keep the prizes (scooters) or the Sarah. Kendal camera-sluts that same thing. Sarah tells us she doesn't want to be booted. She cries, walking away from the driving site.
RV. Sarah crawls into bed. She then camera-talks that the kids are so fickle that if she'd made it they would have loved her -- but now they're giving her the cold shoulder and she'll be voted off next. She does have a point. I wish she would stop acting like the victim and tell them all they're being shitheads.
The vote. They read the "directions" for the vote and then Eric votes right away to give up the prizes. Rachel too. Darrell calls the scooters "Barbie-doll bikes," and votes to give them up. Shane too. Kendal also. Then Sarah says, "I guess I vote to give up prizes, too," all small. Now, in defense of how she did that, which people might take as attitude or ungrateful, she really doesn't owe them a fucking thing. She hasn't been a shithead or anything; she's just been kinda lazy and emotional and she sucks at missions, but really, she's nineteen, and she's not a boxer or a bodybuilder or a hulky fem basketball player -- she's just a girl. It's not her fault she's totally unsuited for Road Rules. Now, she would have been great on The Real World, where she just could have smoked and sat around chatting with people and done awful Halloween skits for homeless kids. Rachel then says they all need to make a pact that if they lose another mission that something has got to change -- that it's enough losing. Bitch. Sarah camera-talks that as "sweet" as it was not too boot her, she hates being made to feel guilty that they kept her. "Sorry," Sarah moans to Kendal, who brushes past her.