Crystal is up next. She accuses Susie of being a "coattail rider," as if Crystal herself wasn't one, according to her own definition. The only time either of them really made a proactive move in this game was when Crystal convinced Susie to vote Marcus out. Other than that, Crystal had it pretty good and safe for the most part on Fang while Susie was always in danger of being voted out of Kota. Crystal accuses Bob of letting Sugar "control him like a race car" throughout this game. She asks him for something that he did that Sugar didn't tell him to. Bob can't think of anything, and proudly says he rode coattails and never had to do anything beyond that. Except use Sugar's father issues to keep himself in the game! Don't forget that! And don't put it past him, either! He saw his opening and he went for it! As for Sugar, Crystal wants to know why Sugar went back on their alliance and voted her out, since Crystal never lied to her. It sounds more like hurt feelings than sour grapes. And Sugar's going to keep on hurting those feelings, as she says that she personally doesn't have any problems with the way Crystal "talks" and "treats people," but Crystal was a bully to others, and even though it was better for Sugar to go to the end with Crystal and Ken, she went with her heart instead and kept Bob. Why do I keep hearing about Crystal's meanness and bad way of talking to people and yet I see no evidence of it? Crystal sits down with a smile on her face, both gracious and graceful.
Ken asks Susie why she deserves his vote and the million dollar prize. Susie doesn't have much of an answer except that she's an average housewife. I'm sure Ken can relate to that. Ken turns to Sugar and says he trusted her and opened up his heart to her, only for her to scar him with her betrayal. Now he'll never be able to trust women! Didn't Erik pull this last season? And it was just as stupid then. Ken wants to know why Sugar stabbed him in the back. Sugar's eyes well with tears, of course. She says she had an alliance with Matty and Bob along with her alliance with Ken, and she thought he was a bigger threat than Susie. So, basically, she's saying that if she had to do it over again, she would've kept Ken in until the Final Four instead of the Final Five. That's not exactly the Final Three, is it? Ken doesn't believe Sugar, but she says she's telling the truth and I think she actually is. Ken's last question is for Bob and, of course, it's about their stupid necklace deal. Bob says he intended to give Ken the necklace until he found out that Ken was planning to vote him out. Then, he says, Ken became "the enemy." "That was not what I wanted to hear from you, Bob," Ken says, cutting him off. Bob's confused, since he gave a pretty good answer and it was the truth. I'm not sure why Ken can't see it or what answer he did want, but whatever. Bob's not here to get Ken's vote anyway.