Christi tells us that she wrote in her journal the night after she met Aaron that she could marry him. Yikes. Reee! Reee! Reee! Reee! Suzanne turns around and tells us that she's not like Christi at all, and isn't all throwing herself at Aaron. Prior to the rose ceremony where Suzanne was rejected, Christi told Aaron that she doesn't like to say bad things about people, but insists that Suzanne behaved differently on the date than she did in the house. People who say that they don't like to say bad things about people absolutely love to say bad things about people. Christi says that everything Suzanne did was about the cameras. She was always playing up to the cameras. So essentially, Suzanne's a typical reality-show participant. She wants to be on television and stupidly thinks that this show is going to get her noticed. They replay Aaron choosing Christi over Suzanne in the second ceremony. They replay Christi's psycho sore-winner quotes about how much she hoped that Suzanne wouldn't get a rose.
Back at the stage, Chris asks Suzanne her feelings about this. She claims that she was completely oblivious to all of this conflict swirling about her. She says she really thought it was all Anindita's fault, and had no idea she was speaking the truth. Suzanne says that Christi was saying things about her that weren't true. Christi insists that Suzanne wasn't oblivious. Suzanne says that she liked Christi and didn't understand where the animosity was coming from. Chris asks Christi where the animosity came from. She says that it was all due to the catty Miss Idaho comment. Suzanne insists that was a joke. Some woman named Cari who was allegedly a participant on the show interrupts to say that she and her friends snark at each other all the time, but even they thought Suzanne's "joke" was a bit harsh. Camille (who?) says that there were a couple of women there who were giving off competitive "I'm gonna beat you" vibes, and Suzanne was one of them. Suzanne insists to us that she really had no intention of winning, and thought she was going to get cut the first night. Nobody there believes her. Camille insists that Suzanne had "the game face on." No, that was just some ugly flower she was wearing around her neck. Chris asks them if they regret anything they said. Nobody does.