Credits. It's remarkable at this point that several of these women still have essentially no personalities in my mind at all. Who's Leann? What are her turn-ons and turn-offs? If she were a tree, what kind of tree would she be? (Interestingly, a lot of these women are a lot closer than most people to actually being trees, if you et-gay my ift-dray.)
Night-vision volcano! Smoke! Or possibly ash! Speaking of which -- hello to everyone in the state of Washington! My advice is that you keep your white clothes in plastic bags for a while! Anyway, it is still Night 7, and the women of Yasur have just returned from tribal council. Night-Vision Eliza and Night-Vision Lisa are arguing over the elimination of Mia. A bunch of tiny bugs are trying to run away from this soporific argument, but no dice. They have nowhere to go. Oh, I know the feeling, tiny bugs. We are all here together, listening to Eliza complain about how sorry she is that she ever apologized for participating in the ouster of Dolly in the first place. Lisa says that "it is what it is," and that there is no point in arguing about it right now. In an interview, Eliza tells us that she was shocked to see Lisa turn on the alliance, when Eliza thought that no one was ever going to turn on the alliance except for her. Eliza claims that, in fact, she was "blindsided" by Lisa's behavior. It's difficult to believe that anyone with eyes as enormous as Eliza's could be blindsided by anything. I would think she would have peripheral vision of about 540 degrees. And of course, Eliza spits, as we saw in the promo, "That bitch." Eliza's capacity for moral outrage is truly astonishing, and is almost as clearly without sufficient support as her striped bikini. Lisa tells Eliza back at the fire that what actually led her to abandon the Y-ettes was her distrust of Eliza herself. "It all comes down to you, Eliza," Lisa says, giving Eliza a sense of importance she probably does not need. She should hear, "So take that, you chirpy little drama queen," but she's actually going to hear, "Because you are the prettiest."
Eliza, still resplendent in her unnecessary ball cap, explains that she simply does not understand how Lisa could have done that to her after she just got through doing it to Lisa and then apologizing so profusely and sincerely. How can Lisa not understand how important loyalty is when Eliza just proved it to her by being so disloyal herself and then acting really, really sorry? These are the questions that try Eliza's soul. Eliza calls Lisa a hypocrite right to her face, but Lisa insists that she simply changed her mind, and that she is not going to "be confrontational." They bicker back and forth until Lisa finally gets her southern belle on with a little "You have your nerve," at which point Scout says that she is going to bed. And why? Because the environment is "a little polluted." Yeah, seriously. Polluted with snippy sludge. A snottiness discharge. Bad attitude effluent. (The EPA is in the process of reformulating the guidelines for those, by the way, so much higher levels will be allowed in future editions of this and other shows. All hail deregulation! Making the world a better place for refineries and bitches.)