Eliza, as we speak, is off hanging out with Julie and Ami. While Ami is walking around on the rocks, Eliza tells Julie that when she met Ami, she asked Ami to be her big sister. Julie claims that she asked Ami the same thing. You'll remember that Ami was on the opposite alliance from Eliza and Julie at the beginning of the game, so, bullshit. Eliza interviews that voting for Ami would be difficult for her, because she likes Ami so much. She says she also likes Julie: "I have fun with them." She also claims that they've been her friends since early on, so seeing some of the shit-talking Julie has done about her probably hasn't been too pleasant. Julie and Eliza talk about how Twila is all nervous, and Eliza says that her alliance has been pestering her about hanging out with the girls, and hasn't wanted to accept that she's just being social. Asked by Julie who she's "more sick of, Scout or Twila," Eliza names Scout. And then Julie and Eliza have a bitch session about Scout getting a pillow at night. How can that be happening? Well, bitches, she's an old lady, and furthermore, who was it with the "that's our blanket" crap this afternoon? Eliza tells Julie how awesome it would be to engineer a 3-3 vote and surprise Scout, because "she would be so mad." Oh, good grief. If Eliza starts voting to create tribal council scenes that are funny, I'm slashing those brand-new tires. Furthermore, if she thinks anything will be funnier than sending Ami home, I think she is suffering from imagination inadequacies.
Back at the shelter, Chris, Eliza, and Scout are all sitting together when Scout says, "I just feel happy about where we are right now." She turns to Eliza. "Feels good, doesn't it?" Eliza looks at Scout like she just shot a bird right out of the sky and bit its wings off. In an interview, Eliza says that she's having reservations about her alliance, because she doesn't think Scout or Twila would take her to F3, and she thinks Julie and Ami would. She's probably right, and it's a perfectly fair and right thing for her to consider. Of course, that would require (1) getting through the 3-3 tie, which she might not or Julie might not, making the whole thing pointless, and (2) putting aside the fact that Ami and Julie are also much more likely to take late challenges from her than Scout or Twila. Ami interviews that she hopes Eliza will act on their "connection." Bleh.