Anyway, Amber's argument in her own favor is that if it comes down to who betrayed Tom more intensely, she thinks Rob did, because Rob had a tighter alliance with Tom to begin with. Big Tom acts like he doesn't know what she's talking about, so she explains it more explicitly. Big Tom then turns to Rob. "I've been with you from day one -- and I mean with you," Big Tom says, lying through his teeth, as he later openly admitted. Rob pretty much responds to all of Tom's heaping on of contempt rather than answering the question, since it's not a real question and there's no point. He tells Tom that they both know what really went on, and nobody else knows, and that's all he's saying: "You and I both know inside what really happened, and who said what, and who lied about what." Which, as stated above, is completely true, even though Big Tom does his best at this moment to pretend he has no idea what Rob is talking about. After Rob points out (correctly) that Tom was as prepared to screw Rob as Rob was to screw Tom, Tom walks over to Rob and extends his hand. "I just want to say, no hard feelings," Tom says. Rob goes to shake Tom's hand and, in what may be a new low for maturity levels in reality TV, Tom pulls his hand back at the last minute. "Don't be stupid, stupid," he snots. "I may have fell [sic] for that once -- I fell for it twice. Not this time." Oh, Big Tom. You hypocrite. Join the rest, I suppose. What an embarrassing display this is for a lot of people who used to have quite a bit of goodwill built up around them.
Then, mercifully, the jury of nitwits (without the wits) has finished talking at last. Jeff notes that lots of things have been said about the way Rob and Amber played. This is where they get to make a case for themselves. Amber says that she expected the jury conversation to be difficult, and then she actually claims that she learned from all of the dumb-ass things the jury said to her, and that she'll be thinking real hard about all of it later. Yeah, I'm sure. I would have had so much more respect for her if she hadn't said that. Stop apologizing, Amber. Anyway, Amber says that all of her answers were honest. Good for you, dear.