Now, unsurprisingly, Twila turns to Chris. "Now, Chris, what are you thinking?" He tries to act all ha-ha-embarrassed, saying, "I'm just laying here, you know, in the hammock!" Now he's doing, "Ummm, porn? What porn? I don't know what you're talkin' about!" Twila, also smiling, says that she was listening, and found the conversation very interesting. "I'm hearing Eliza out; she's talking to me," Chris says, trying to close the conversation. Twila walks off. Chris interviews that there's a lot of "scrambling" going on, and that he's better positioned than any of the women. Well...maybe. Maybe not. Beware trying to be the swing vote, my dear. It can be very, very hazardous. And then he adds, "They're all women; how do you trust any of them?" Oh, shut up, Andy Ohio State Baseball Capp. He says that he is playing both sides, which he points out isn't exactly very difficult, since the two sides aren't talking to each other.
Now, Chris has a meeting with Julie in which he says that he's concluded that it is probably best for him to go along with her and Eliza in voting off Twila, as a result of the closeness Twila and Scout have. Unfortunately, in driving this home, Chris feels the need to cite the closeness of his friendship with Julie, which is always a very hazardous thing to do to anyone you anticipate seeing on the jury, because...well, people take that shit personally. "We'll keep you," he finally tells Julie as Eliza stands and listens. "We're going to vote off Twila." Julie interviews that she hopes that Chris will really follow up on that, and says she has little choice but to hope for the best. Unfortunately for her hopeful outlook, elsewhere, Chris is also reassuring Twila that his decision hasn't changed, and that he, Twila, and Scout will be going forward just as planned. In fact, he tells Twila that he's "not even hesitating." Twila interviews that she would like to believe Chris entirely, but she...doesn't. "You can't trust nobody now; nobody," she says. "You're playing for a million dollars. People have murdered for less than a million dollars." That's a good, and fairly creepy, point. (And somewhere, someone is making a note to pitch that show, I guarantee it.)
Eliza mentions again to Scout how happy she is to have immunity. "I know; you ought to be," Scout says, trying to sound relaxed. Chris -- looking a little rough, actually -- interviews that he's told both Twila and Julie that he's keeping them in the game, and that he's ultimately going to make the best decision he can for himself. "It's tough right now," he smiles. "I'm going to have to make a decision before long."