While Douche is off by himself doing stupid poses, Sierra is trying her hardest to make something happen for her, this time appealing to J.T. J.T., who just screwed her over by promising to vote for Douche and taking out her one ally instead. J.T. interviews that Brendan had no idea he was going home last night, and that it was him and Stephen who basically decided who went home. Way to forget about Taj, J.T. Although I guess that's easy to do since all she does these days is sit around saying she'll vote for whoever everyone else wants. J.T. says he's happy to be in a stupid "warrior alliance", and he's perfectly fine with Sierra being voted out next.
Sierra, meanwhile, goes to Debbie, and tries to say that she never "made any choices" in her alliance with Brendan and "just followed along." How does that really make her look better to anyone? Debbie says Sierra is a stronger person than that (read: complains about stuff instead of just going with the flow), and Sierra says that Brendan had the immunity idol, and she thought that was important because she's obviously never watched an episode of this show before. "The most important thing is friends," Tyson says, but how would he know? Even if other people are misguided enough to want to be friends with him, I don't think he's capable of having human feelings for people in return. Being amused by people does not equal friendship, Tyson. Sierra interviews that she went from the top of the game yesterday to the bottom today. Which actually isn't true, since she was at the bottom of the game the second J.T. and Stephen decided to go with Douche's alliance over hers, and that was five days ago. She says she's going to keep fighting, but her attitude while saying this suggests otherwise. She goes off with Tyson and apologizes for her "bad choices" and says she never would have tried to go up against Tyson or Douche. "But you did," Tyson says, which is true. Tyson interviews that he's enjoying watching Sierra scramble around because he's never liked her and thinks she's "of no worth" to anyone except her parents, who "probably" love her, and her boyfriend, who probably isn't cool anyway. Way to be so jealous of Sierra's boyfriend, Tyson. Now go make out with the school principal who's twice your age. Tyson says Sierra is scrambling and back-pedaling, but it won't work. She says she's just trying to make it clear that she wasn't the "mastermind" behind the plan to vote Douche out, because why not lose any and all dignity and respect while losing the game? "I don't think you were the mastermind. I don't think you're smart enough for it. Like, really," Tyson says as Sierra's face falls. She should just turn around and walk away right there, but she stays, allowing Tyson to say that if he hadn't won the immunity challenge, Sierra and Brendan would have gone after him last night instead of Douche. Sierra tries to deny it, but then admits that if Brendan told her to vote Tyson out, she would have. "You're gonna be the next to go. You're not gonna be able to change that," Tyson says. And if she doesn't suddenly develop a better set of negotiation and people skills, he's right.