Twila goes to visit with Ami, asking her what the hell is going on. Ami insists that Twila shouldn't ask her -- "I'm not the person to ask," she says, as she has before. Because Ami won't sack up and say what she wants to do, Twila heads off to talk to Julie and Leann, explaining that she's getting a little pissed at being dicked around all the time, and that she doesn't like Eliza and would prefer to see her voted off. On the other hand, Twila is also perfectly happy to go another way, if that's the will of the group. And by "the will of the group," she means, "what Ami wants."
Now, Twila heads off for a meeting with Scout. Twila says that Ami doesn't want to vote out Eliza; she wants to vote out a guy. Twila repeats her old, lame-ass refrain that she's stuck in the middle, blah dee blah. She tells Scout that Ami, Leann, and Julie are not going to vote out Eliza. "Will you let me talk and listen to the logic?" Scout says patronizingly. Twila stands there. Scout: "The logic is that we have, with the two guys and you and me, we have four votes to their three votes." So I guess she's saying after they vote out Eliza. Twila counters that the Eliza boot is not going to happen tonight as planned, so "somebody's going to have to draw a rock tonight and go home." She doesn't want to go home on a tiebreaker. And then in one of the moments that makes me remember why part of me really does like Twila, Scout asks Twila what she's going to do, and Twila just grumps, "I'm not gonna do nothin' yet, I'm still thinkin'. I'm aggravated. But I have to go this way." And she points and walks off to do some more work. Which I found utterly hilarious. I'm totally saving "I'm aggravated, but I have to go this way" for the next time I'm trying to exit a tiring conversation. I'll say to my boss, "I'm aggravated. I have to go this way." And I'll leave his office. I think that would be awesome. Scout looks after her unhappily.