Peachy resumes the game, saying, "We're lookin' for real estate. Everybody [sic] looking for real estate," and I'm so embarrassed for him. Darryl turns over the "vote one person out," tile and is not very pleased. Sean, meanwhile, laughs over the situation. Peachy points out that Darryl has no problems with anyone yet -- he can't hate Becky just on the way she looks? Because I do -- and that not having a choice is just part of Survivor. Peachy explains that Darryl can base his decision on strategy, or on a method as random as picking a number between one and ten. Peachy -- he's so cool -- says, "Doesn't matter to me. One of these other four is about to be out of the game." Sean has stopped laughing and realizes that it's kind of a big deal. He makes a hands-off gesture, and may even be tearing up as Darryl figures out what to do. Darryl then just takes off his baseball cap and throws it over his head; it lands at Leander's feet. Peachy proclaims it a fair way of choosing, but didn't Darryl know who was standing behind him? In any case, Leander's substantial ass gets booted, and he heads over to hug Vecepia. Aw, Leander looks like he gives good hug. They hug and apologize to each other while Vecepia cries. Then Leander is sent away, while Sean comforts a sobbing Vecepia.
Darryl is the next to go. He jogs over to Sean, and they shake hands and then decide to hug. They don't really look like they even know each other very well, but who am I to judge? Sean says something about a "hot buttered soul album" to Darryl, and maybe that's some obvious reference of which I should be aware, but I guess I'm just not cool like that. Sean then tells Darryl that he loves him, and chokes up as he asks Darryl to tell his mother the same. Now it's Vecepia's turn to comfort Sean.
The contest is down to Pat, Diana, and Becky, who will be known hereafter as Ykceb. Because if it's good enough for her daughter, it should be good enough for her. Ykceb looks perplexed as she contemplates the game board; she and Neleh gesticulate at each other, impressing Peachy, who exclaims, "Mother, daughter talking with hands!" I think they're just playing air pattycakes, but Peachy hasn't caught on to that. It doesn't matter in the end, though, because Ykceb is the next player knocked out of the competition. Neleh cries as she walks over to Ykceb. They hug and whisper into each others' ears about how great and wonderful and sweet and bubbly and naïve and adorable they both are. Neleh gives her mother a piece of dirty-looking fabric, then Ykceb -- finally, freakishly -- heads off, taking her stupid flowers and her even stupider shorty coveralls with her. Neleh gets in one last yell: she wants her mother to "take all [her] love," because Neleh loves her so much. Good thing someone does.