Jeff asks Eliza, if she feels so strongly about backstabbing, how she feels about her own vote against Leann last week. Eliza says that it was a very hard vote, and that she hadn't imagined she would make such close friendships. Leann: "[Bitchface.]" And then the cringeworthy segment follows in which Eliza talks about how nice Ami is to her (other than voting her off, lying to her about having saved her ass a bunch of times, and making her feel terrible about looking out for herself), and Ami cries, and Eliza cries, and it's all so phony it makes my head hurt. If Ami cared about Eliza's feelings, she wouldn't have tortured her with all that "you will so badly hurt my feelings if you vote for me" nonsense. It's fine for Ami to play hard, but you can't have it both ways. Chris looks around impatiently, like, "Fuck all, can we vote, please?" Love him. Interestingly, if Jeff asks Ami why she voted for Eliza last week if she loves her so much, it isn't shown.
Can't vote for Chris, everybody else is up. Go vote. Twila votes for Ami. "Drama queen to the end," she spits. Heh. And, yes. Chris votes. Ami votes for Scout. "Scout, you're pretty good at hiding your nasty side, but when your true colors come out, they're no part of any rainbow I've ever seen." So it would appear to me that that's Ami's obligatory "you're an unworthy lesbian" remark. She is impressive. I'm not sure I've ever seen anyone on this show who is as calculated as Ami in trying to find damaging things to say to people. It's just an unbelievable thing to say to a woman who's been gay a lot longer than Ami, and who's been dealing with it a lot longer than Ami, and who is in her own committed relationship. To cast doubt on someone's...whatever this is, sexuality credentials? It's just gross, and petty, and the only person it reflects poorly on is Ami. Julie votes. Scout votes for Ami: "Queens get dethroned, and a lightning will strike a lone tree on top of a mountain faster than anything." Yeah, that was pretty dopey, but you'll notice it's game-related, addressing Ami as a cocky power player rather than Ami as an unworthy human being. Eliza votes.