Debbie composes herself enough to interview that "Sierra went crazy" and accused her of lying. Wait, what? Debbie has to know that Sierra was telling the truth just now, right? And that Debbie herself was lying? "I am a forty-six-year-old professional woman," Debbie claims. She has to tell us that because we wouldn't know it from the way she acts. She thinks she's above engaging in "verbal combat" with a twenty-three-year-old. Debbie refuses to acknowledge that the twenty-three-year-old was telling the truth, saying that she can't remember what she said to Sierra about an alliance just yesterday. Either she's senile or she has a convenient ability to block out moments where she acted in a way that isn't all sunshine and light and honesty.
Stephen and J.T. talk. Stephen thinks Sierra is telling the truth and called out Douche's lies, which makes her a better alliancemate to them than Douche or Debbie. YES!!! J.T. brings up taking Debbie out tonight instead of Sierra, and Stephen agrees. He interviews that Sierra exposed Douche's "half-truths" and Debbie's "scheming." And yet, somehow, she couldn't expose it to Douche and Debbie themselves, so insane are they. I think they honestly think that everything they said is true and Sierra is the one who was lying. And I think they watched tonight's episode at their respective homes and still somehow came up with the same conclusion. Stephen can see that Debbie is a schemer and she will do whatever it takes to get ahead in the game, so it might be a good idea to take her out now. J.T., on the other hand, wouldn't mind getting rid of Sierra tonight because she brings so much drama to camp and getting rid of her will help assure Douche and Debbie that their alliance is secure and make it easier to blindside them down the road. Sierra talks to Taj and Erinn, who both believe her over Douche and seem to appreciate her exposing him. "I'm not voting for you tonight," Erinn promises. But Stephen continues in an interview that no one knows who Sierra will piss off or turn against next, and getting rid of her removes some of the scary unpredictability around camp. That's a good point, I hate to say.