Inside the Tioga. The Six of Suck put their votes into a small box. Insert your own "a small box" joke here. Commercials.
Back. Bells toll. Jisela casually opens the box and reads off the votes very quickly. Four for her, two for Ellen. "I'm going home. It's not that hard," she says. Everyone is silent as Jisela starts to pack. Sophia frowns. Steve asks whether Jisela would like some help, and she fake-smiles, "No, I'm fine. Thank you." Blair frowns. Jisela cleans. ADDam frowns. Jisela floats that it hurts her that Blair voted her off, since he was the final decision. He now floats, hicking that he imagines she feels betrayed, but that it wasn't a personality vote.
Outisde. Jisela talks on the phone, ingeniously sliding her cell phone into her Blair Witch hat so that she can talk hands-free. I'm doing that. Jisela tells her mom that she's fine, and that she's not upset. She says, "No, I didn't cry. I swear to God I didn't cry!" Oh, man, how sad. Her mom really is fucking mean. Poor Jisela. I hate her and like her at the same time. Pretty much how my cat feels about me. Blair camera-talks that he thinks Jisela would have felt better if she'd cried, but now she's going to bottle it all up. Shut up -- you voted her off.
Walking. Sophia and Jisela. Night. Jisela says what the closed captions think is, "I love being with Sophia. At home I got everything. I don't need this. I'm here because I wanted to be here." The Crap-Ass Song of Too Bad You Missed The Entrance Deadline for Lilith Fair plays as Jisela tells Sophia that at least now she'll get her "handsome reward." Sophia whines that she doesn't "fucking care about [her] handsome reward." Man! B/M has them trained good, huh? Sophia says that she's not here for the money and storms off; Jisela follows, telling her to "look at it in a positive note." What's that?
Now Sophia camera-talks, crying that Jisela didn't deserve to go home. Oh, so sad, she is. So sad. It almost makes me sad, but, oh yeah, I don't really care. The girls walk, and Jisela tells Sophia that whenever she gets lonely, she should look in her reflection in the window and talk to her and she'll be there. Creepy. "The magic of camaraderie," says this song, and I think those might be the gayest lyrics since "Wake me up before you go go." Sophia cries and says something to the effect of "kick me off the first mission, dog," and Jisela says that she'd never do that and I don't even know what night we're at now and fuck it, I'm gonna go fix me another gin and tonic. They hug and Sophia cries and starts to say, "I love you," but stops herself. The crying. Jisela cries, floating that she's learned that crying is okay. Yes, I've learned a lot about crying from this show, too. Jisela tells Sophia that she's used to saying goodbye and that she'll be "a'ight."