Probst asks Eliza if she agrees with Alexis's assessment of her. Eliza says she does. Her social game "has been lacking" on one hand, but on the other, some people are being "short-sighted" and "overestimating their own social game." She's probably right, for all the good it'll do her. Probst asks Ozzy if you want to keep people in the game who are threatening socially or keep the ones who aren't and are therefore better to go against in the final two. Ozzy agrees that if you take someone no one likes to the end, you win. James says that's in the How to Win Survivor notebook that Richard Hatch probably would have written if he didn't get sent to jail. Probst tells Eliza her eyes are hard to miss when they roll. Or, like, ever. "Do you think you're liked?" he asks her. "No, not really," Eliza answers immediately. Parvati speaks up and says it's Eliza's fault, since she's been running around trying to get Parvati voted out and then saying she's loyal to Parvati and wants the "Favorites" to stick together until the end. Eliza denies this, saying she heard the plan was Favorite all the way and was simply checking with Parvati today to see if that was still going on. Parvati says she simply couldn't keep quiet anymore. "I definitely got myself into this mess," Eliza says while Parvati rolls her eyes. Why, Parvati? What are you rolling your eyes at? Self-awareness? Maybe you should try some on for yourself. And why does Amanda look stoned every time they cut to her? Eliza says that she shouldn't go home tonight because she's the perfect person to go against at the end. She warns the Favorites not to make the same mistake twice and go to the end against "the best." We see shots of everyone nodding at this sage advice. Nice try, editors.
With that, it's time to vote. Eliza votes for Ozzy and says "I hope something miraculous happens with this stick and you get voted out, not me." So do I! Parvati votes for Eliza and says she "picked the wrong girl to mess with" and she hopes Eliza "learned from [her] mistakes the second time around." You mean like don't make an alliance with someone who gets injured and has to leave the game? Or with someone who's too stupid to realize that contestants are capable of carving faces onto sticks? There's not much Eliza could've really done here.